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Crudely made, they provide only the most basic of protection and are easy to come by, as they can be bought from traders, can be found on many corpses or inside several homes throughout the Capital Wasteland, it can also be found on most Megaton settlers.
Wasteland outfits can be repaired with brahmin-skin outfits, wasteland settler outfits, wasteland wanderer outfits, wasteland surgeon outfits, wasteland doctor fatigues, and roving trader outfits. The matching headwear can only be repaired with other copies of their respective model.
A dirty off-white in color (gray for the coveralls), the brahmin-skin outfit consists of a crudely-stitched pair of overalls and a patched shirt. They appear to have received only the most rudimentary treatment in tanning and tailoring.
Wasteland legend outfitEditMerc veteran outfit. It will spawn randomly in lockers and footlockers or be sold by merchants. It can also be found on various enemies throughout the Capital Wasteland.
Wasteland settler outfitEdit
Wasteland wanderer outfitEdit
Variants with different bonusesEdit
Wasteland doctor fatiguesEditDoc Church, Cutter, Carl and wasteland doctors. It provides a bonus of +5 to Medicine.
Wasteland surgeon outfitEdit
The Wasteland surgeon outfit is a bloodsplattered version of the wasteland doctor fatigues, and is worn by Doctor Barrows, Nurse Graves, Ryan Brigg, Murphy, on William Brandice's corpse in Marigold station, Doctor Adami and sometimes wasteland doctors. It also provides a bonus of +5 to Medicine.
Ballcap with glassesEditwastelanders and occasionally on Scavengers.
Variants with different statsEdit
- It seems that the bonus to Agility is due to the outfit being very light and non-restrictive, and the bonus to Endurance is a result of all that the wastelanders have to endure to live in the Capital Wasteland.
- When either doctor outfit is equipped, the effect will be displayed as "Dr. Barrow's lab coat" in the Pip-Boy 3000.
- Wasteland doctor fatigues appear to be exactly the same clothing as that of the medical personnel in the U.S. Army, as shown in the Operation: Anchorage add-on.