The pot is a miscellaneous item in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. It is an extremely rare metal cooking pot, even though it is entirely useless and can only be used as Rock-It Launcher ammunition, since it has no monetary value.
One interesting property of this item is that it is one of the few things in the game that can be picked up that is also "hollow," for example soda bottles, ammunition, or anything else small enough to fit inside, can be physically placed inside it. Note that it does not have an inventory option, the items must be manually placed inside.
Pots also appear in Fallout: New Vegas but are not as rare as those in Fallout 3. The items range in height. The pot does have a minor role in crafting "cookery-to-metal," which calls for one metal cooking pan, one metal cooking pot, and one pot to convert to scrap metal in the add-on Honest Hearts. This must be crafted at a workbench, and the player character must have a Repair skill of 25.
- One can be picked up is on a table next to an empty whiskey bottle in Georgetown, just after exiting the connection to Foggy Bottom station.
- Another can be found in the Arlington Library next to the fallen Nuka-Cola machine on the bottom floor, just before encountering the first raiders.
- Herzog Mine, near the wall of Ark & Dove cathedral. Another can be found outside of Marguerite's shack next to her shack wall holding up some shot glasses. One can be found north northeast of
Fallout: New VegasEdit
- Nine in the Ultra-Luxe kitchen.
- Eight in Black Mountain's storage building.
- Seven on Bison Steve Hotel's first floor.
- Seven in the Camp McCarran terminal building.
- Two pots can be stolen from the mess hall in Sloan.
- Five are located in Miguel's Pawn Shop.
- Two can be found in the kitchen in the H&H Tools Factory.
- One pot can be found laying on the floor in Powder Ganger camp south.