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For an overview of plasma rifle models in various games, see Plasma rifle.
 
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Possibly the cruelest high-tech weapon ever made by humankind.— In-game description

The Mean Green Monster is a weapon that appears in Fallout Shelter.

BackgroundEdit

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This plasma rifle is a lightweight urban warfare weapon created as part of a desire to replace the aging Winchester P94 "Plasma Caster" design.[1] This design was produced and fielded in number prior to the Great War of October 23, 2077. This however was not the end of the design nor manufacture[2] of this weapon platform. Prior to the nuclear Armageddon, REPCONN Aerospace (as a subsidiary of RobCo Industries) would successfully develop an improvement from their spaceflight research. With significantly advanced factions tinkering with the design post Armageddon.[3]

CharacteristicsEdit

The Mean Green Monster is a plasma rifle featured in Fallout Shelter that fires super-heated bolts of plasma, using microfusion cells to heat and fire the plasma. Dealing 17 minimum damage per attack, it has the highest damage output for an energy rifle in the game.

VariantsEdit

ComparisonEdit

Icon gun Icon damage Icon merchant Icon rarity
Rusty plasma rifle 17 100 rare
Plasma rifle 17-18 500 rare
Tuned plasma rifle 17-19 500 legendary
Focused plasma rifle 17-20 100 legendary
Amplified plasma rifle 17-22 500 legendary
Mean Green Monster 17-23 500 legendary

LocationsEdit

CraftingEdit

A high Perception statistic is needed to effectively create the Mean Green Monster.

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Camera (3)
Icon range
Caps x20,450
Icon level
Mean Green Monster (1)

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. The cover of the Future Weapons Today periodical as seen in Fallout: New Vegas has a section prominently promoted entitled "Urban Plasma Rifles."
  2. Energy weapon forge
  3. In Fallout 3 and Fallout 4 both the Institute and the Brotherhood of Steel are origins of such designs acquirable by the player character. See the variations list on the overview article.
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