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Cadets! I'm Nuka-Girl, ace pilot. You ready for your first combat mission?— Nuka-Girl, in Nuka-Galaxy, Nuka-World

Nuka-Girl was a mascot for the Nuka-Cola Corporation before the Great War.


Originally created as early as 2062, Nuka-Girl started out being depicted on posters in a pin-up style as a blonde woman in a skimpy spacesuit with her raygun, the Thirst Zapper, paired with matching black gloves, thigh-high heeled boots, and belt with holster. A red line accents the side of the spacesuit and the gloves.

After an unspecified rival company sued the corporation for patent infringement over their bottle design and won, Nuka-Cola made the decision to radically rebrand, starting with their beverage's bottle. The end result was a radical change to their brand's image, taking on a Space Age theme with the bottles made in the shape of a rocketship, a move that saw its popularity increase significantly.[1] To compliment the new changes, Nuka-Girl was rebranded as well due to her glove-like fit with the brand's new theme. Replicas of her rocketsuit costume were made available to the public, and rapidly sold out as well.[2]



Nuka-Girl appears in the Fallout 4 add-on Nuka World,[3][4] in Fallout Shelter Online,[5], in Fallout: Wasteland Warfare[6], in the Fallout TV series, and the Vault Seller's Survival Guide episode "Meet Me in Coswald!". She is also mentioned in Fallout 4, its add-on Far Harbor, and Fallout 76.[7]

Behind the scenes[]

The voiceover for Nuka-Girl heard at the Nuka-Galaxy in the Nuka World add-on was provided by voice actress Anna Graves.[8]


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  1. Nuka-World loading screens: "Nuka-Cola's signature rocket-shaped bottle replaced the traditional curved bottle when a rival corporation successfully sued for patent infringement. Fortunately, the public saw the new bottle as an improvement and Nuka-Cola's sales increased."
  2. Fallout 4 loading screens: "In 2062, the Nuka-Girl Rocketsuit costume was released to retailers just in time for Halloween. Its popularity was so overwhelming, the stores couldn't keep up with the demand."
  3. As animatronic
  4. As mannequin
  5. As Vault Dweller
  6. As model
  7. As cutout
  8. Anna Graves on Twitter