|For the miscellaneous quest going by the same name, see Atom Cats (quest).|
For the location, see Atom Cats garage.
The Atom Cats are a minor faction dedicated to the usage of power armor. They seem to be a reference to mid-1950s Greasers, with leather outfits and a hotrod-themed paint job for their power armor. They are often harassed by Gunners and raiders who are trying to steal their suits.
They have roaming scavengers visiting the garage roughly every other day to sell the Atom Cats the armor they find. The Atom Cats buy a large amount of T-60 power armor from the scavengers, as well as unsteady amounts of T-45 and T-51 units. X-01 power armor is rarely found (roughly 1% chance per reset cycle), though it's not unheard of. Due to the steady supply of the T-60 power armor parts, this is the standard armor type used by the Atom Cats.
Zeke states that he single-handedly slew a pack of feral ghouls once to claim the garage. He then assembled a group and showed them "the way of cool." One member, Aimin' Andy, is mentioned to be deceased, and was responsible for the "rockin tunes" now played in the garage.
Interactions with the player character
The Atom Cats offer a set of power armor for purchase, as well as membership upon completion of a quest to repair the pump at the nearby Warwick homestead and assistance defending against a Gunner attack.
When the Atom Cats begin to like the player character, the latter receives a discount in the store, in form of Friend of The Cats perk.
- The Atom Cats' outfit can be purchased from a trader east of Walden Pond, even before any interaction with the group.
- Duke can be found wandering far from the Atom Cats garage, traveling to a single abandoned suit of power armor. He can also be interacted with, giving the miscellaneous objective "Check out the Atom Cats."
- Sturges is a friend of some of the Atom Cats, according to his terminal entry in Quincy.
The Atom Cats appear only in Fallout 4.
- Atoms Cats garage terminal entry, The Legend of Zeke- More Ideas, Paragraph 4: "Chapter in Memoriam of AIMIN' ANDY, the Cat we lost too soon. ANDY found all the rockin' TUNES that we play in the garage to this day. USE THIS LINE: He will live on in our HEARTS and in our JUKEBOX."