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Used forFallout 3

Fallout: New Vegas

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If you come across any schematics in the Wasteland, you'll be able to construct its contents on this specially designed table.


The workbenches in the Capital Wasteland and Mojave Wasteland are used to create custom weapons, with those found in the Mojave also allowing the crafting of additional items and the recycling and conversion of Energy Weapons ammunition.


Workbenches found throughout the Capital Wasteland and Mojave Wasteland are utility work stations comprising of a two level wooden work table with a metal surface, a rotating bench vise and a pipe or yoke vise. They facilitate the unique feature of crafting homemade weapons and explosives from various junk items and world objects. Most workbenches found will have several tools (and in the Capital Wasteland often a bottlecap mine) on the work surface or lower shelf.

In Fallout 3 a schematic of the weapon or explosive you are trying to create is required in order to make it, in addition to whatever items are required for its production.

In Fallout: New Vegas, along with the crafting of weapons, workbenches also enable the creation of health items and weapon repair kits, the "recycling" of residual expended flame and energy ammunition into fresh ammunition, and the "conversion" of energy ammunition into other types of energy ammunition and their variants. Also in Fallout: New Vegas workbenches are joined by reloading benches and campfires, with each offering different crafting options.


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