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For the RadAway that appears in the Fallout series, see RadAway.
 
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RadAway and RadAway: diluted are consumables in Fallout 76.

CharacteristicsEdit

RadAway is an intravenous[1][2] chemical solution that bonds with radioactive particles and removes them from the user's system.[3] While Rad-X is designed to increase the body's natural resistance to radiation, RadAway is designed to be used after exposure. Purging the body of radiation takes some time complete, and anyone using it will experience its adverse effects: It's a potent diuretic and can cause nausea, diarrhea, stomach pains and headaches.[4][5][6]

RadAway has a chance to cure a single mutation at a time. If the player character currently has multiple mutations, then one of the mutations will be randomly selected to be cured.

CraftingEdit

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RadAway (1)
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RadAway (1)
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RadAway: diluted (2)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. RadAway addiction image.
  2. Fallout Official Survival Guide p.124: "RadAway: Used after you have taken radiation damage, this drug will remove some of the contamination from your system. It takes time for the effects to work. There is a chance of developing an addiction to this drug."
  3. Fallout demo, Fallout, and Fallout 2 item description: "{4800}{}{RadAway}"
    "{4801}{}{A chemical solution that bonds with radiation particles and passes them throughyour system. Takes time to work.}"
    (PRO ITEM.MSG (demo), PRO ITEM.MSG (Fallout), PRO ITEM.MSG (Fallout 2))
  4. The Lone Wanderer: "I'll take Rad-Away."
    Henry Casdin: "Can't stand this stuff, myself. Goes through me like a rampaging Brahmin."
    (Henry Casdin's dialogue)
  5. Charlie: "{128}{}{Damn Rad-Away gives me the runs...}"
    (VCCharly.msg)
  6. Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p.5-18: "If you have been exposed to large amounts of radiation, then use RadAway to remove the radiation from your system. It won’t feel good, but better a headache and some stomach problems for a couple of days than the long term effects of nuclear radiation! RadAway takes a little while to work."
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