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Usually made from either a high grain alcohol or petrol in a bottle, Molotovs are the urban terrorist's weapon of choice, being relatively easy to use and produce.
 
Usually made from either a high grain alcohol or petrol in a bottle, Molotovs are the urban terrorist's weapon of choice, being relatively easy to use and produce.
   
Its damage type is Explosive (not Fire as could be expected), so it's useless against [[wanamingo]]s and other creatures with little fire resistance. In [[FO2]] though, this peculiarity makes Molotov useful at blasting stronger (those that can't be broken by normal attacks) locked doors open as the cheapest explosive available.
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Its damage type is Explosive (not Fire as could be expected), so it's useless against [[wanamingo]]s and other creatures with little fire resistance. In [[FO2]] though, this peculiarity makes Molotov useful at blasting open stronger (those that can't be broken by normal attacks) locked doors as the cheapest explosive available.
   
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==

Revision as of 13:54, April 11, 2015

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For an overview of all Molotov cocktails in the Fallout series of games, see Molotov cocktails.
 
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The Molotov cocktail is a thrown weapon in Fallout and Fallout 2.

A home-made flammable grenade.— In-game description, Fallout

Characteristics

Usually made from either a high grain alcohol or petrol in a bottle, Molotovs are the urban terrorist's weapon of choice, being relatively easy to use and produce.

Its damage type is Explosive (not Fire as could be expected), so it's useless against wanamingos and other creatures with little fire resistance. In FO2 though, this peculiarity makes Molotov useful at blasting open stronger (those that can't be broken by normal attacks) locked doors as the cheapest explosive available.

Locations

Fallout

Fallout 2

Notes

  • Good for killing rats and wolves, and also destroying earlier doors.

Behind the scenes

It was named after Russian Premier Vyacheslav Molotov.

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