Talk:Tesla cannon (Fallout: New Vegas)
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Ok, so, this page claims the Tesla cannon can be found at the Crashed Vertibird. The page for the unique variant, the Tesla-Beaton Prototype, also says it's found at the Crashed Vertibird, along with the page for the location confirming that. I went to the location, and found the Tesla-Beaton instead of the normal cannon. So either the Tesla cannon isn't there, which means that needs to be removed from this page, or you find the Tesla-Beaton with the Wild Wastland trait, which should be noted on the page for that weapon and on the location page, along with saying that you find the Tesla Cannon without the trait. And on a less related note, the GECK was released pretty close to launch, which people can use to find the raw stats of an item quickly, with no science required and no risk of perks messing it up. Why do a lot of pages STILL not have the proper stats listed? Do I need to be the one to go on a spree of looking stuff up in the GECK and editing the wiki? Konork 21:38, October 22, 2010 (UTC)
It looks like this is ONLY available as a random item at Silver Rush based on my deep digging through leveled lists in the GECK. There's a lot of unused leveled lists, but there's one set of nested leveled lists that leads to a vendor container, and that container is placed in the Silver Rush. --Kris 04:52, October 26, 2010 (UTC)
- The Great Khan armorer sold me one, but just the once. Presumably because of her F3 style restocking (as mentioned on her article) bringing in some very random items. MayaMayhem 21:39, July 5, 2011 (UTC)
There is one at the brotherhood of steel bunker also the tesla beaton is a unique version of the tesla cannon
We don't seem to have any list of items the Tesla cannon or its unique version can be repaired with using Jury-Rigging.
The Fallout 3 page and this page seem to have the same example firing sound file, despite the game sound being different, 22.214.171.124 13:48, 26 May 2015 (UTC)