Fallout 4 perk image
+10% Damage Resistance (up to the maximum of 85%)
Discard to recover all HP and become immune to damage for the rest of the turn
+10% to all resistances
“ When you are tough, you take less damage. Each level of this Perk will add +10% to your general damage resistance. ” — in-game description, Fallout
Toughness is a , Fallout , Fallout 2 , Fallout 3 , Fallout: New Vegas , Fallout 4 , Fallout Tactics , and Fallout: The Board Game Van Buren perk.
Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics Edit
With each level of this perk, you will add +10% to your general
Fallout 3 Edit
With this perk, you gain +10% to overall
Damage Resistance, up to the maximum of 85%. You will also gain a unique dialogue option when talking to Ted Strayer during the quest " You Gotta Shoot 'Em in the Head."
Fallout: New Vegas Edit
With each rank of this perk, you gain a permanent +3 to your
This perk is ideal for players using light armor. It is also noted that the perks
Travel Light, and Light Touch go well with this perk for those who are using light armor.
Fallout 4 Edit
“ If nothing else, you can take a beating! Instantly gain +10 Damage Resistance ” — Rank 1 description
Fallout: The Board Game Edit
Once obtained, it can be discarded to regain all HP and, until the end of turn, the player character will suffer no additional damage.
Van Buren Edit
Even tougher than the old Toughness! No longer just bullets and punches, now you can resist fire, plasma, and grenades!
In , the equivalent of this perk is called Lionheart Damage Resistance.
In Fallout: New Vegas, this perk can neutralize the Kamikaze trait.
Despite not being the Fallout: New Vegas version of the perk, Stella gains a 10% damage resistance exactly like the Fallout 3 version.
The Vault Boy image of this perk was used by the Endurance statistic in the .
Fallout Demo In each respective game, the chest emblem has a number signifying a vault. Fallout and Fallout 2 each have a 13 on them, representing Vault 13. In Fallout 3, the chest emblem has a 101, representing Vault 101. In Fallout New Vegas it is a 21, representing Vault 21. And in Fallout 4, the Vault Boy's chest emblem has a 111 on it, signifying Vault 111.
Behind the scenes Edit
The image for this perk is a reference to Superman, especially in
, Fallout and Fallout 2 since the Vault Boy also has the Superman hairstyle.
Fallout: New Vegas perk image