|For an overview of Cram in the Fallout series of games, see Cram.|
Cram is a food item found in Fallout: New Vegas.
Cram is processed meat from before the War,[Non-game 1] found in blue tin boxes. They were useful rations during World War II, and many NCR troops can be seen with Cram as rations in Fallout: New Vegas.
Survival skill effect
|10||+1 Hit Point for 5s||-60 Starvation|
|20||+1 Hit Point for 5s||-70 Starvation|
|30||+1 Hit Point for 5s||-80 Starvation|
|40||+1 Hit Point for 5s||-90 Starvation|
|50||+2 Hit Point for 5s||-100 Starvation|
|60||+2 Hit Point for 5s||-110 Starvation|
|70||+2 Hit Point for 5s||-120 Starvation|
|80||+2 Hit Point for 5s||-130 Starvation|
|90||+2 Hit Point for 5s||-140 Starvation|
|100||+3 Hit Point for 5s||-150 Starvation|
- Note: Radiation is not affected by Survival skill level.
- Cram can be found inside various houses and buildings throughout the Mojave Wasteland, both placed in the world as well as inside containers such as refrigerators.
- Multiple vendors sell Cram, including traveling merchants.
- There are four boxes inside the Vault 21 canteen.
- Even though this food item is depicted as being packaged in a box, there is a weapon that implies there are other Cram products sold in cans. In Fallout 4 and Fallout 76, Cram is later depicted as being packaged in cans.
- A male Courier can inform Dr. 8 on the creation of a martial aid using Cram. The Courier elaborates that they usually find a can of Cram, apply duct tape to the lid and are "good to go".
Behind the scenes
Cram's presentation is a parody of Spam, down to the same style of packaging and font. In Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, it was shown to come in a cardboard box, instead of Spam's signature tin can. In Fallout 4, its container was changed to a tin can full of the meat substance with a pull tab to open the container, further likening it to its real-world counterpart.
Big Guns sign. [verified]When you hotkey Cram, it shows up as the
- Fallout: The Roleplaying Game Rulebook p.153: "A tin of processed meat produced in vast quantities pre-War to address food shortages and serve as a meat ration for soldiers. The tin, with an easy-open pull tab, helps keep the contents preserved for long periods, making Cram more useful for survivalists and those scavenging for food"