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==''Fallout 3''== 

==''Fallout 3''== 
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In ''Fallout 3'' there are 152 of them located throughout the [[Capital Wasteland]], in Metro stations and various buildings. The contents of a vending machine is randomly set the first time the player enters a map cell and remain that way for the rest of the game. In all other respects, it is a standard [[Fallout 3 containers and storagecontainer]] and can be used for long term storage throughout the game. 
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In ''Fallout 3'' there are 152 of them located throughout the [[Capital Wasteland]], in Metro stations and various buildings. The contents of a vending machine is randomly set the first time the player enters a map cell and remain that way for the rest of the game. In all other respects, it is a standard [[container]] and can be used for long term storage throughout the game. 




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A fully stocked vending machine contains 9 [[Bottle cap (Fallout 3)bottle cap]]s, 3 [[NukaCola (Fallout 3)NukaCola]]s and a [[NukaCola Quantum (Fallout 3)NukaCola Quantum]], but it is an extremely rare occurrence. The minimum a vending machine will contain is a single NukaCola with the rest being random. There are two chances (75%) for an additional NukaCola. There is a chance (10%) for bottle caps (probably 11% for 9) and a chance (10%) for a NukaCola Quantum. The odds (based on the above figures) for a fully stocked machine are 1 in 1,600 or 0.0625%. That works out to 1 fully stocked machine in 10 1/2 complete games (visiting every machine on the map). 
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A fully stocked vending machine contains 9 [[Bottle cap (Fallout 3)bottle cap]]s, 3 [[NukaCola (Fallout 3)NukaCola]]s and a [[NukaCola Quantum]], but it is an extremely rare occurrence. The minimum a vending machine will contain is a single NukaCola with the rest being random. There are two chances (75%) for an additional NukaCola. There is a chance (10%) for bottle caps (probably 11% for 9) and a chance (10%) for a NukaCola Quantum. The odds (based on the above figures) for a fully stocked machine are 1 in 1,600 or 0.0625%. That works out to 1 fully stocked machine in 10 1/2 complete games (visiting every machine on the map). 





Since the contents of a vending machine are set the first time the player enters a map cell, it is possible to "roll" for Quantums (save, enter cell, check for Quantums, reload) but this can quickly become tedious. In a map cell containing 2 vending machines, the odds are 1 in 100 of finding a Quantum in both of them. For 3 machines, it is 1 in 1,000 and so on. 

Since the contents of a vending machine are set the first time the player enters a map cell, it is possible to "roll" for Quantums (save, enter cell, check for Quantums, reload) but this can quickly become tedious. In a map cell containing 2 vending machines, the odds are 1 in 100 of finding a Quantum in both of them. For 3 machines, it is 1 in 1,000 and so on. 