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Tumblers Today (Fallout: New Vegas)

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For an overview of this item's appearances in the Fallout series of games, see Tumblers Today.
Tumblers Today
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Effects+3 Lockpick
(+4 with Comprehension)
Weight2
Value50
Base ID00034046
 
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Tumblers Today is a skill book in Fallout: New Vegas.

Characteristics

Reading this book permanently increases the player's Lockpick skill by 3 points (4 with the Comprehension Perk).

Crafting

With the add-on Old World Blues, this skill book can be crafted by the player.

ComponentsRequirementsProducts
Note: the recipe is consumed as part of the crafting process - meaning only one book can be crafted.

Locations

Other than being crafted, the skill book can be found in the following locations.

Closest map markerLocation description
Bitter Springs Recreation AreaInside the office shack to the west, on the desk in the smaller of the two rooms.
Hopeville Missile Base Lonesome RoadGametitle-FNV LR.pngInside the Men's barracks, in the toilets underneath an upturned box.
Sierra Madre Resort & Casino Dead MoneyGametitle-FNV DM.pngIn the casino floor area, 3rd floor office room to south east with auto doc, on top of a tool cabinet in room's northeast corner
Silver Peak MineInside the shack, behind the two small tables, on the ground in an open locker, right of the entrance.
The Prospector's DenInside the caves, in the subterranean den structure, in the large barracks room, on the floor in the far right corner.
Wolfhorn RanchInside the farmhouse, partially under the fridge without a door.

Notes

  • The word "tumblers" comes from the term used when describing a pin tumbler lock, which is a lock mechanism that uses pins of varying lengths to prevent the lock from opening without the correct key.