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Brahmintipping

Somebody's going to get tipped...

Brahmin tipping is an action possible in Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, and, in a special encounter, Fallout Tactics.

FalloutEdit

In Fallout, brahmin can be tipped by using beer on them. Performing this action inflicts no damage to the brahmin.

Fallout 2Edit

In Fallout 2, brahmin tipping may be done by selecting the "push" command (the palm icon) in the drop-down menu that appears when a person or item is click-held. However, this will also sometimes simply prompt the brahmin to move away. Performing this action inflicts no damage to the brahmin.

Fallout 3 and Fallout: New VegasEdit

Brahmin may be pushed over by pressing the "Activate" button while crouching either unarmed or with weapons holstered near a brahmin. This causes it to go into a ragdoll state for a few seconds before getting back up. No Karma will be lost for doing this, nor will anyone become hostile.

In Fallout 3, repeating this action may cause the brahmin to die. Even after it dies, no one will become hostile and no Karma will be lost. The resulting corpse may be looted for brahmin meat. Pack brahmin cannot be tipped; only regular brahmin can.

In Fallout: New Vegas, most brahmin can be tipped, with the exceptions being Queenie and pack brahmin. Tipping brahmin counts towards the "Knocked Up" challenge.

Fallout TacticsEdit

Brahmin tipping is featured as a special encounter in Fallout Tactics. During the special encounter, the player will find several brahmin surrounded by a fence. By interacting with the brahmin, the player can tip them over. Performing this action inflicts no damage to the brahmin, which will stand back up after a short time.

Behind the scenesEdit

This action is a reference to the real-life urban legend of cow tipping. In the real world, cows do not actually sleep standing up and are actually easily disturbed. Depending on the complacency of the cow, attempting to tip one would take between two and four people to actually succeed.

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