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Bottlecap Mine (Fallout 3)

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FO76 publicteam xpd.pngFor an overview of the topic, see Bottlecap Mine.


A Bottlecap Mine is a craftable land mine in Fallout 3. It does five times the damage of a standard Frag Mine.

Gameplay

Bottlecap Mines can be constructed by the player character, using the Bottlecap Mine Schematics. Building it requires a Lunchbox, 10 Caps, a Sensor Module, and a Cherry Bomb. Locating additional schematics allows one to build more Bottlecap Mines at a time. They need to be armed and placed to be used. The Bottlecap Mine can be planted on an NPC to kill them.

Publications

A mixture of Cap shrapnel and explosive power makes this deadly. Lay it in the path of an advancing foe for excellent results.Fallout 3 Official Game Guide

Locations

  • A single Bottlecap Mine can be found on nearly every workbench in the game, with a few exceptions. This applies to the purchasable workbench for the Megaton house and Tenpenny Tower Suite. In shops and other non-player character-owned locations, taking it will usually be considered stealing.
  • Three can be found in the Super-Duper Mart.
  • All of the parts can also be found in Pinkerton's room under Rivet City, including a pile of caps.

In the locations below, all Bottlecap Mines are found on workbenches.

Crafting

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Range
Build/Scrapped at:
Plan:
Level
Bottlecap Mine (1 per schematic)

Notes

  • Bottlecap Mines weigh only one-sixth as much as the sum of their components.
  • When a Bottlecap Mine explodes, one can hear the "jingling" sound of the bottlecaps.

Behind the scenes

The Vault-Tec lunchbox that the mine is made from is identical to the metal lunchbox you receive with the Collector's Edition of Fallout 3.

Sounds

Bottlecap mine icon.png

Placing the mine

Gallery