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Fisto! is a unique unarmed weapon in .
It is a unique variant of the
pneumatic power fist that is slightly less durable but deals higher base damage than the standard model.
Fisto! can successfully strike about 480 times from full
condition before breaking.
Power fist - The common variant in Fallout 3.
The Shocker - While equal in strength to the normal power fist against organic foes, The Shocker deals an additional 25 damage to robots.
Sim version - A simulation-only version of the weapon which differs only in health (essentially non-degrading).
Legend - Weapon name (melee or unarmed) - Attacks in V.A.T.S. - Weapon name (gun, energy or explosive) - Action point cost - Damage per attack (damage per projectile) - Damage per action point - Damage per second - Weapon spread - Area of effect damage - Magazine capacity (shots per reload) - Effect damage & duration - Durability (number of attacks before breaking) - Bonus effects - Weight - Attacks per second - Value in caps - Critical chance % multiplier - Value to weight ratio - Critical damage - Skill required - Critical effect damage & duration - Strength required - With all mods attached
Power fist 20 21.8 1.09 x1 20 28 1.4 500 6 100 16.7 Fisto! 25 27.3 1.09 x1.5 25 25 2 480 6 100 16.7 The Shocker 20 21.8 +25 vs robots 1.09 x1 20 25 1.6 400 6 150 25
: Note Unarmed damage is doubled in V.A.T.S.
Fisto! can be found in the upper area of the derelict power plant right across from
MDPL-13 power station, next to a terminal on a desk. This is northwest of Minefield. Inside the power plant are multiple feral ghouls, and, depending on your level, you may also encounter multiple feral ghoul roamers, glowing ones and, with installed, Broken Steel feral ghoul reavers. It will be in poor condition (approx. 20%) when found.
Used in V.A.T.S., a critical strike results in a brutal uppercut, often sending the enemy (or quite often just the head) into the air.
Of all the Unarmed weapons, Fisto! has the highest base damage, the highest DPS (damage per second), and the highest damage per Action Point value when using V.A.T.S. However, it is little over a third the damage per AP of The Terrible Shotgun, and has a lower MDPS (that factors in critical hits) than the deathclaw gauntlet.
Targets that are below the Lone Wanderer's knees, when the player attacks them with an Unarmed weapon in V.A.T.S., are kicked rather than punched.
Behind the scenes Edit
First revealed in
IGN's week of coverage, the Fisto! had been described as multiple shards of metal wrapped around the player's fist but was revealed to look just like the Fallout 3 power fist.