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For an overview of power fist models, see power fist.

 
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Punch foes to death with a giant yellow fist. And that's one of the more subtle blunt melee weapons.Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p.107

The power fist is a weapon in Fallout 76.

Background[edit | edit source]

This pre-War model was originally used by construction crews for demolition. After the war, utilized as a moddable weapon.[1]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Although it cannot be used in conjunction with power armor, the fist is a potent close quarters combat weapon for just about any build relying on Unarmed damage to survive. Requires level 30 and is then available in two more grades at level 40 and 50.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Gear (9)
Oil (6)
Plastic (12)
Rubber (11)
Screw (10)
Steel (14)
Range
Level
Power fist (Lv 30)
Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Gear (11)
Oil (7)
Plastic (13)
Rubber (14)
Screw (12)
Steel (17)
Range
Level
Power fist (Lv 40)
Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Gear (13)
Oil (9)
Plastic (15)
Rubber (17)
Screw (14)
Steel (19)
Range
Level
Power fist (Lv 50)

Weapon modifications[edit | edit source]

Upgrade
ModDescriptionPrefixDamage changeAP cost changeWeight changeValue changePerk(s) requiredComponentsForm ID
No upgradeStandard.000e7c3e
Heating coilAdds energy damage.+EnergyMakeshift Warrior 5
Plan: Powerfist heating coil
?00152180
PuncturingArmor piercing. Superior damage.++?
+Armor pen.
Makeshift Warrior 5
Learned from scrapping
?001849e1

Locations[edit | edit source]

There is one located on a desk at top of the colossal "vine structure" in Tanagra Town.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. The Art of Fallout 4 p. 234: "Chapter 5 WEAPONS
    It's not all about the guns, of course. The melee selection was expanded as well, with a eye toward entertaining builds designed to deliver massive (and painful) physical damage. Some of these weapons were initially intended for purposes other than inflicting harm. The power fist and super sledge are prewar hardware originally used by construction crews for demolition. But it certainly didn't take much imagination to find alternative uses for them."
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