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The skull and skull fragments are junk items in Fallout 4.

CharacteristicsEdit

The skull and its various fragments are human skulls. They may be found scattered throughout the wasteland but, with a few exceptions, cannot be removed from complete skeletons.

CraftingEdit

The skull and skull fragments can be broken down into their individual components for use in crafting:

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Skull (1)
Icon range
Icon level
Bone (3)
Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Human jaw
Skull cap bone
Skull eye socket
Skull faceplate
Skull fragment (1)
Icon range
Icon level
Bone (2)
Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Capless skull
Upper skull (1)
Icon range
Icon level
Bone (1)

An intact human skull can be used to craft raider poles, tents and mounted feral ghoul head.

LocationsEdit

SkullEdit

  • Three skulls can be found at rotten landfill. Look to the bridge pier, there is a shack with the skulls in it.
  • At least 12 skulls can be found at Fens Street sewer, scattered throughout the location.
  • One behind the register in the store across the street from Wilson Atomatoys corporate HQ's front entrance.
  • Two skulls can be found near Diamond City. A group of super mutants and hounds, often fighting Diamond City security guards, is just up the street from the front entrance. One can be found on the second floor rafter of the super mutant occupied building. The second, across the street in the storefront, behind the register.
  • Skulls can also be found at Wildwood Cemetery within the tombs, white infrastructures, surrounding the area.
  • Two can be found in fridges in the sub-level of Med-Tek Research.
  • One can be found inside a sunken fishing boat, located off the east coast of Spectacle Island.

Skull faceplateEdit

Skull eye socketEdit

Human jawEdit

  • One in Back Street Apparel and one in the train car.

Skull fragmentEdit

Skull cap boneEdit

  • Two in Park Street station.

Capless skullEdit

Upper skullEdit

NotesEdit

The skull eye socket miscellaneous item does not actually resemble the eye socket of the human skull. It more closely resembles the Foramen Magnum, the hole on the bottom of the skull which the spinal chord runs through. The item was most likely mislabeled.

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