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- 1 Restocking
- 2 Limit on Nuka Cola?
- 3 Where to get Nuke Cola's
- 4 Nuka-Cola Armor
- 5 Can you get addicted to Nuka-Cola?
- 6 Nuka-Bottle label?
- 7 2044
- 8 how many?
- 9 New Vegas addiction
- 10 Why is Nuka-Cola radioactive in FNV?
- 11 Nuka Cola Quantum in New Vegas
- 12 Valuable information and excellent design you got here
- 13 Food and Drug Administration, not Association
In Fallout Tactics there is also a third, rarer, brand called Nuka-Cola Yellow (or somesuch) if I remember correctly. At least I think it was mentioned in one of the descriptions and causes temporary poisoning.
It's hinted that's not really a third variant, it's a Nuka-Cola bottle someone has urinated in. --188.8.131.52 11:33, 21 October 2008 (UTC)
According to Dugan, Nuka-Cola consists of "Carbonated Water, Caramel Color, Aspartame, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Benzoate (To Protect Taste), Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Caffeine". That might be interesting. 184.108.40.206 11:31, 21 October 2008 (UTC)
Do you mean Nuka Cola Fusion? I've no idea what it really is, I'm looking for info about it myself.
Regarding the comment about Nuka-Cola machines restocking, I always assumed that the reason that machine restocked, had any Nuka left in them at all when they're e.g. in populated areas in Fallout 3, and still have working lights is that they're not just dispensers but are actually fabricators powered by self-contained nuclear generators, slowly making water condensed out of the air into new Nuka. No real explanation of where they'd get the glass for the bottles, and possibly unclear why there'd be a bottling plant (maybe for distribution to supermarkets and such where it'd be impractical to site enough machines to keep up with demand), but it's the only thing I can come up with that makes any sense given the facts observable. —Chaos5023 19:43, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Or just restocked by charitable settlers? at least empty bottles would be.--220.127.116.11 19:49, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Except Nuka Cola is made with more than just water. There are a ton of ingredients involved. Maybe the developers were simply willing to overlook th matter of restocking in order to help gameplay.
Limit on Nuka Cola?
Is the supply of Nuka Cola in Fallout 3 limited like the supply of Nuka Cola Quantum?
no,it;s unlimeted,unless you kill doc hof,all of paradise falls,all of megaton,margret primrose,every random scaver you meet,phil da-hoolie,the stanly family, greta,and wherever food products are sold...allthough i think knick knack in little lamplight sells them two,just buy them up from anyone i mention above,wait a while,and they'll restock--JoeHanSon 03:26, 12 June 2009 (UTC)
Well that's good, because I've only killed Paradise Falls. Thank you.
Aww... I killed all of those people, except for the kid, :( Looks like my game is out of Nuka-cola... --Anzoon 12:23, October 4, 2009 (UTC)
Hey, they randomly spawn in clutter containers too! All hope is not yet lost!
Where to get Nuke Cola's
Anyone knows where to get alot of Nuke Cola's? --L3art 14:12, 2 June 2009 (UTC)
Head Northeast of Andale.Look around and you should see a Nuka-Cola truck with 20-30 Nuka-Cola's and some Quantums.
--18.104.22.168 14:23, 2 June 2009 (UTC)
theres also Serria's house,witch has about 70,if you don't mind enough karma loss to turn a very good player into low nuetral or evil--JoeHanSon 22:29, 12 June 2009 (UTC)
Taking all her Nuka Cola won't give you that much bad karma. I took them all and dropped from very good to good.
- If you do the math; stealing something results in a -5 karma loss so, 5X70=350. That obviously results in losing 350 karma. Alpha and Omega.... 22:41, 5 August 2009 (UTC)
How cool would it be if there was nuka cola armor it would be black and red
Try Outcast Power armor. That's as close as you can get. --FlameWolf 00:58, 5 August 2009 (UTC)
Can you get addicted to Nuka-Cola?
NO you sure can't and i know because my character has drunk 23 bottles all at once and the only side effects were the radiation. has any1 here ever been addicted to Nuka Cola? —Preceding comment was unsigned. Please sign your posts with ~~~~!
- In Fallout 3, you cannot get addicted to Nuka Cola. In every other Fallout game, you can. Since this wiki is not just for Fallout 3, making a comment saying that it is impossible to get addicted to Nuka-Cola in the opening description is incorrect. I have left you that message every single time I've corrected your edit.--Baalzak 02:54, 6 August 2009 (UTC)
- I'm sorry man i wasn't meanin to be so ignorant, it's just that i'm new to the fallout series so i was thinking only about fallout 3. I'll be more carefull now. sorry again
--Baz28 04:58, 6 August 2009 (UTC)
- Moved your statement up to here, since I believe you where responding to this. If you want, maybe there is a mod on the interwebs that contains addiction to Nuka.Axier 04:22, September 25, 2009 (UTC)
In the Quantum discussion someone has posted a label that you can print off and stick to a real glass coke bottle, has anyone got anything like this for a regular Nuka-Cola?
If it was invented in 2044, how did people notice a taste difference during the Passionfruit Famine of the same year?
cool i died of nuka cola.... or rather the rad's
Is nuka cola infinite in new vegas or limited? Namad 19:44, November 1, 2010 (UTC)
New Vegas addiction
Is it possible to become addicted to Nuka Cola, or any of it's variants in New Vegas? Blazingsand 16:43, November 4, 2010 (UTC)
Why is Nuka-Cola radioactive in FNV?
If none of the Sunset Sarsparilla is radioactive, why is the Nuka-Cola? It stands to reason that both drinks have been there for the same amount of time and been exposed to the same things.
- I guess to fit more with the "nuka" part of the name --Pongsifu 08:20, November 22, 2010 (UTC)
Nuka Cola Quantum in New Vegas
Ok - I've read the article that says it was set up to be in the game, but it is *not* in the game. I don't think the Fallout New Vegas logo should be next to the Nuka Cola Quantum image, should it? I've removed it, but someone keeps putting it back.Chadwsmith 05:10, December 16, 2010 (UTC)
Valuable information and excellent design you got here
Yesterday I found a similar article on another website and didnt quite get it, but your article helped me understand it better. Thanks! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs). Please sign your posts with ~~~~!
Food and Drug Administration, not Association
While Sierra Petrovita does say Quantum was made under the supervision of the Food and Drug Association, I think she's confused; it certainly wouldn't be the first time. The FDA was founded in 1906, well before the point of Divergence so she's probably guessing the A stands for Association. --Kastera (talk) 01:18, 21 November 2016 (UTC)