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Background[edit | edit source]
This type of Nuka-Cola is invented by the Vault Dweller and Vault 76 overseer at the Kanawha Nuka-Cola plant during the quest The New Arrivals, intended as a way to mass-produce a vaccine for the Scorched Plague. Using the resident's treated blood after An Ounce of Prevention, the overseer or resident is able to isolate the inoculation's antibodies and splice the formula's yeast via recombination to be able to reproduce said antibodies. They could then efficiently produce the vaccine and inoculate the Raiders and Settlers.
When creating it, the player character is given the choice of naming the formula Nuka-Cola Vaccinated, Nuka-Cola Scorched, or Nuka-Cola My Blood's In It. The name is purely cosmetic and only affects the name and logo of the drink when viewed in the Pip-Boy.
Characteristics[edit | edit source]
The soda contains the player character's treated blood, immune to the Scorched Plague due to their inoculation by Responders technology. It uses the standard caramel color and default red and white labeling. The formula heals 20% HP for two seconds and 2% HP for 20 seconds.
Crafting[edit | edit source]
Blood pack (1)
Purified water (1)
Learned from script
The New Arrivals
Nuka-Cola Vaccinated / Scorched / My Blood's In It (1)
Locations[edit | edit source]
- Two miscellaneous quest item crates of the formula are produced at the Kanawha Nuka-Cola plant during the quest in which the player character invents the drink.
- After completion of The New Arrivals, the consumable version can be crafted at a chemistry station under the healing items tab.
Notes[edit | edit source]
The name of the drink cannot be changed after one is chosen.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "[Intelligence 8+] Splice antibodies into the formula"
"You carefully isolate the antibodies in your blood sample and then use a simple recombinant splicing technique to turn the yeast ingredients into little vaccine factories.
You think it will taste citrusy."