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Bubblegum can be found with Vault Theme from Moira. There, it has Rads +0 HP+2. Conradesc 14:18 +2GMT It can also be found on the ground in 1-2 different places.

I found mine in some bathroom, Im sorry but I dont know the specific one, but I can confirm I 100% found it elsewere as I didn't take the Vault Theme my first time through the game. Grenade321 21:59, 3 November 2008 (UTC)

If someone could put correct values in for the drugs. I am at work and can not remember exactly what they are offhand. Skitz470 00:20, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

I'm working on trying to get the basics of all the foods in. I'd appreciate any help.Haze340 06:12, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

Okay what's the item code for the food sanitizer? I'm surprised noone else seems to be asking this. Photonlust 09:53, 18 December 2008 (UTC)

If you dont remember correct values, leave it empty, it's much easier to know. and please, use linking . Jetz 06:58, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

Well im home now so i'll update all the values and try to add anything else I can think of Skitz470 07:00, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

I took all the values from ingame. Most food items are all exactly the same, the only difference being the name. As for the linking I'll get around to that.Haze340 07:10, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

There is some fresh produce in the lab in Rivet City. The only piece I could get without stealing for some reason was a potato. It gives +20 HP, no Rads. I doubt if you could get more once this source is depleted, though.

I found a Fresh Apple? in some building; maybe the library, in one of the bathrooms beside a trashcan. Grenade321 21:59, 3 November 2008 (UTC)

ULTRA JET: Its 100% confirmed to be Suger Bombs. Just need to know the ratio of how many are needed for him to stock and how much he pays each because i forget. What i do know is that i Traded him a bunch and he only had 1 Ultra Jet in stock. SO he probably just has one ultra jet in stock at any given time no matter how many sugar bombs you give him. So sugar bombs are just used in this method for some extra money. Grenade321 22:03, 3 November 2008 (UTC)

You can receive flavored mentats (I can't remember the names at the moment, but one is grape and boosts charisma by 5) from a computer terminal in the National Archives. First you have to take a 10 question test, receive a voucher, and then turn that voucher in for one of the three different flavored mentats at yet another nearby computer terminal. To the best of my knowledge, this can only be done once. Also, as the user above stated, I noticed that there's both fresh fruit and veggies in the science lab aboard Rivet City. There's a large collection of 'em scattered on the tables. 05:37, 5 November 2008 (UTC)

It's an 8 question test. PratzStrike 11:20, 18 November 2008 (UTC)

Individual articles

When creating individual articles for FO3 chems, use the {{FO3 chem}} infobox template, as demonstrated in the Blood Pack article. Ausir 19:10, 2 November 2008 (UTC)

Gum Drops

Nothing special about them but I found um 'slightly' southwest of Jury Street Metro Station. You follow the road till you find a manhole. Enter it into the Drainage Chamber. Its the one of the Radio Station hideouts or w/e. The gum drops(as well as some Bubblegum), some random loot and a book of science are there. There's also a switch on the wall that opens the floor, you go there and get some random alcohol. Unlike Bubblegum, the gum drops have a 'nuclear' sign on the item-icon and say "Radioactive Gum Drops" ... hmmm... Why would one eat eat something thats got radiation in it - assuming they were made pre-war, lol... Oh and I think these are the -only- ones I've found thus far, haven't checked merchant's random stock or atleast seen um there yet. Grenade321 05:14, 10 November 2008 (UTC)

There's another pack of Gum Drops on the North side of A Quick Fix in Rivet City, just next to Cindy's seat. I noticed them due to the tiny radioactivity symbol. PratzStrike 11:20, 18 November 2008 (UTC)

Stim Packs

The Stim Packs give a different value based on your medicine skill. Not sure what the formula is since I didn't keep track of what my Medicine is. But when it was in the low 30's, my stim packs restored 42 HP, now that my Medicine is at 40, it's restoring 53. →Torin23 19:43, 10 November 2008 (UTC)

Ive modified the effect info on all three drugs that are modified by Medicine. Now it shows the effect at 100 Medicine. -- SkyHi 18:38, 19 November 2008 (UTC)

Ice Cold Nuka-Cola addiction?

There's a 'Y' in the addiction column; is this correct? I played one character that used more Ice Cold Nuka than Stimpacks but never developed any addiction. This info needs to be confirmed. -- 17:42, 17 November 2008 (UTC)

Quantum Cola?

This page says the quantum has 6 rads, the page called "Nuka Cola Quantum" Says 10, and my char's have it as 9, What gives?

Rad consumption is based on several factors, including Endurance. There just needs to be a baseline for determining Rads. --TheREALBloodscar 04:24, 5 June 2009 (UTC)

Withdrawl Modifiers

What are the withdrawl modifiers for each "addictive" drug? And can we list them on the main topic and on each topic for each drug? Seems like applicable info. V.A.T.S. addict 03:24, 5 June 2009 (UTC)

Change Suggestion

The question that's going through my head is: Is this page content being organized into sections based on the item's source(first aid boxes, refrigerators, creatures, merchants, etc.), item effect, or item group similarity(food, beverage, drug)?

In keeping titles standardized to reflect the in-game reference categories, perhaps this page should be renamed 'Aid Items' with sub group listings for Chems(instead of drugs), Food(or edible non-addictive HP restorers), Beverages(or consumable non-HP restorers with Misc effects), and possibly a Misc section. It would also be good use redirect pages for simple but common search terms(ie. food, drugs, chems, alcohol, etc.) and have them point to such subsections.

Also, Ant Nectar is a liquid(think watery honey or mead) and Ant Pheromones are a biological chemical agent, both of which might more appropriately be moved to Beverages and Chems respectively. 18:36, September 9, 2009 (UTC)

Wrong ID? Note moved from article for discussion here

 Noted need for further editing Re : codes 
      Vodka 	    1 	20 	 +1 CH, -1 IN, +1 ST (4 min) 	Alcohol Addiction 	00032c74 < This code is good for Vodka
      Moonshine    1 	50 	 +2 CH, -2 IN, +2 ST (4 min) 	Alcohol Addiction 	00032c74 < This code is a typo

--Gothemasticator 21:41, November 23, 2009 (UTC)

Corrected. On a general note, you can usually find the correct code in the respective item article if the overview article lacks it.-- Porter21 (talk) 22:18, November 23, 2009 (UTC)