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For an overview of minigun models in the Fallout series of games, see minigun.
 
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Brick's the name, and I call this fine looking roomsweeper Eugene.— Brick

Eugene is the unique version of the minigun in Fallout 3.

BackgroundEdit

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A Rockwell CZ53 personal minigun is capable of firing 5mm ammunition at over 60,000 RPM[1] with an ammo capacity of 120x 5mm round. The CZ53 personal minigun makes up for the small 5mm round by sending a hail of bullets toward its target. Its sheer size, coupled with its trademark sound, is enough to send anyone in its path running for cover. It's a great weapon for suppressing fire, letting others flank the unsuspecting enemy.[2] When the Great War struck, it was already an aging design and was slowly being replaced by the more advanced CZ57 Avenger minigun.[3] Later models of the CZ53 have six barrels linked into pairs, with four barrels on top and two on the bottom, a cage underneath the weapon to hold an ammo box containing 240 5mm rounds, and used in combination with a backpack. The first model was the favorite weapon of the Mariposa super mutants during the Unity's time, and allowed most or all of the super mutants to wield them effectively with only one arm.

CharacteristicsEdit

This upgraded minigun has 50% greater durability than standard miniguns, and much greater firepower. It starts off in very good condition if chosen as a quest reward, but if it's obtained through pick-pocketing, its condition will be around half durability. It can be repaired with normal miniguns. Eugene, fully repaired, does almost as much damage as a fully repaired Gatling laser, while being much easier to find ammunition and repair materials for.

DurabilityEdit

Eugene can fire a total of about 3571 rounds, the equivalent of 15 reloads, from full condition before breaking, 241 more rounds than a normal minigun.

VariantsEdit

ComparisonEdit

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Icon melee- Weapon name (melee or unarmed)Icon sequence- Attacks in V.A.T.S.
Icon gun- Weapon name (gun, energy or explosive)Icon action- Action point cost
Icon damage- Damage per attack (damage per projectile)Icon dap- Damage per action point
Icon dps- Damage per secondIcon spread- Weapon spread
Icon explosion- Area of effect damageAssault carbine extended magazines- Magazine capacity (shots per reload)
Icon effect- Effect damage & durationIcon repair- Durability (number of attacks before breaking)
Icon bonus effect- Bonus effectsIcon weight- Weight
Icon attack- Attacks per secondIcon merchant- Value in caps
Icon chance- Critical chance % multiplierIcon ratio- Value to weight ratio
Icon critical damage- Critical damageIcon ability- Skill required
Icon crit effect- Critical effect damage & durationIcon fist- Strength required
Icon plus- With all mods attached
Icon gunIcon damageIcon dpsIcon attackIcon chanceIcon critical damageIcon sequenceIcon actionIcon dapIcon spreadAssault carbine extended magazinesIcon repairIcon weightIcon merchantIcon ratio
Minigun 5
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Eugene 7
14020x008301.92.0240357118150083.3

LocationsEdit

Can be obtained from completing the Reilly's Rangers quest and asking for it as a reward, or by pickpocketing or killing Brick in the Statesman Hotel or the Ranger compound.

NotesEdit

  • It is possible to receive two by injuring Brick enough during the escape for her to get killed by the super mutants. It can then be looted from her dead body along with Ranger battle armor. As long as at least one member of the Rangers survives, a second Eugene can then be obtained from Reilly.
  • Killing Brick (unless she is killed by the player character in either the super mutant attack on the roof or in the lobby) and taking it results in all of the Rangers becoming hostile, whether they witnessed her death or not. If one kills Brick, they cannot get caps from Geomapping with Reilly anymore.

SoundsEdit

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ReloadVB
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ReferencesEdit

  1. In-game description for the minigun in Fallout and Fallout 2. [1][2]
  2. Research Note - Minigun, Fort Independence terminal entries. [1]
  3. In-game description for the Avenger minigun from Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics. [1][2]
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