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Rad-X is an intravenous medication used to temporarily increase the body's natural Radiation Resistance for a set amount of time. This is useful especially if one does not have the strong protection against radiation that comes with wearing a hazmat suit or power armor when entering areas with high levels of radiation, such as the blast zone from a nuke, the fissure sites, or the reactors in the power plants around Appalachia.
Rad-X temporarily suppresses all mutation effects, while diluted Rad-X will not suppress mutations.
Taking multiple doses of Rad-X or diluted Rad-X does not stack. Taking one while the other is active will simply replace the effect. This can be used to re-instate the benefits of mutations after the radiation protection from Rad-X is no longer needed, since taking diluted Rad-X will immediately replace Rad-X and thus restore the mutations.
Purified water (2)
Rad-X: diluted (2)
- Commonly dropped by feral ghouls.
- Purchased from a medical supplies vending machine
- Three on a shelf in the small building outside the glassed cavern.
RadShield is a stronger, longer-lasting version of Rad-X that does not suppress mutations.
- Prior to patch 18.104.22.168, the effects of regular Rad-X and the diluted version could stack.
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