Yao guai meat (Fallout: New Vegas)
|For an overview of yao guai meat in the Fallout series of games, see yao guai meat.|
Yao guai meat
Yao guai meat restores more hit points than other animal meats, such as mole rat, brahmin or dog meat, but also gives of a proportionally larger amount of radiation that other meats. However, it also provides a +10% boost in damage dealt by the player for a period of 2 minutes. This damage boost does not stack with each successive consumption; although it will increase the duration of the bonus.
Effects of Survival skill
|10||+12 % Damage, +1 Hit Point, -120 Starvation||60||+22 % Damage, +2 Hit Point, -220 Starvation|
|20||+14 % Damage, +1 Hit Point, -140 Starvation||70||+24 % Damage, +2 Hit Point, -240 Starvation|
|30||+16 % Damage, +1 Hit Point, -160 Starvation||80||+26 % Damage, +2 Hit Point, -260 Starvation|
|40||+18 % Damage, +1 Hit Point, -180 Starvation||90||+28 % Damage, +2 Hit Point, -280 Starvation|
|50||+20 % Damage, +2 Hit Point, -200 Starvation||100||+30 % Damage, +3 Hit Point, -300 Starvation|
- Note: radiation levels are not affected by the Survival skill level.
- Though no yao guai are present in the Mojave Wasteland, a single piece of yao guai meat can be found inside Legate's war tent, located in the Legate's Camp. It will be inaccessible if you are sent to kill Lanius.
- In the Honest Hearts add-on however, yao guai are very common, so yao guai meat is plentiful. Once the add-on is installed, stores in the Mojave Wasteland will also begin to stock yao guai meat.
- Unlike other meats, yao guai meat cannot be crafted into a steak.