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For an overview of slot machines, see Slots.

 
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The slot machine and slot machine prototype are constructible settlement objects added in the Fallout 4 add-on Vault-Tec Workshop.

Characteristics

The slot machine increases the happiness of the settlement. The additional effects it gives depends on the parameter that was picked during Lady Luck, which also changes settler's comments when using it:

  • Indentured Servitude provides 3 caps per settler per workshop reset
  • Customer Profiling provides 1 cap per settler per workshop reset and 5 points of bonus happiness
  • Lost Revenue provides 15 bonus happiness

All options need to be hooked up to a power source and require 1 power to run.

All three versions improve the Sole Survivor's Luck by 1 after use. This effect lasts until a different Vault-Tec Workshop exercise equipment item is used.

Crafting

The prototype is located in the Special section of the workshop crafting menu during Lady Luck. Once the quest is finished, the slot machine is located under Resources → Vault.

Variant 1 – Indentured Servitude

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Gears (2)
Screw (2)
Steel (4)
Range
Level
Slot machine (1)

Variant 2 – Customer Profiling

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Gears (2)
Glass (2)
Screw (2)
Steel (4)
Range
Level
Slot machine (1)

Variant 3 – Lost Revenue

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Bottlecap (500)
Gears (2)
Screw (2)
Steel (4)
Range
Level
Slot machine (1)

Prototype

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Gears (2)
Screw (2)
Steel (4)
Range
Level
Slot machine prototype (1)

Notes

  • Workbenches earn a maximum of 50 caps per day; though there is no limit to how much can accumulate in the workshop as days go by.[verification overdue]
  • All settlers will use the slot machine, including guards, vendors, and provisioners who will sometimes leave their posts to play.
    • Having guards who are playing and not in their posts has no penalty to the settlement defense value, but it may cause them to not be where one needs them if enemies attack your settlement, especially at night when everyone else is asleep and they are free to use the machines.
    • Having more machines will multiply this effect since it means more guards can play at the same time.
  • The slot machines that can be installed by the Sole Survivor are identical to the models found in Fallout: New Vegas.
  • Although slot machines provide caps, they accept pre-War money as currency.[1]

See also

Other characteristic-enhancing utilities:

References

  1. Clem: "You got some Pre-War Money? C'mon. I could really use it for the slots."
    (Clem's dialogue)
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