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Deep under the Nuka Cola company town of Bradberton, a disgruntled but highly credentialed mad beverage scientist who never got to propose any new exotic soda flavors plotted sweet, sugary, carbonated revenge against his chilly and reclusive boss.

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Beverageer's Stash: Stupid Weapons Under Bradberton

Deep under the Nuka Cola company town of Bradberton, a disgruntled but highly credentialed mad beverage scientist who never got to propose any new exotic soda flavors plotted sweet, sugary, carbonated revenge against his chilly and reclusive boss.

Then he forgot to build a switch on the other side of a powered plexiglass divider and promptly starved to death, entombed with his ill-advised, not very sodalike, yet thoroughly unnecessarily goofy creations.

His boss, as it turns out, just turned himself into a grumpy popsicle.

Take the monorail back to Nuka-World and discover The Beverageer's Stash, a private collection of weapons that involve soda bottle geysers, shovels and conveyors, fireworks and quick wardrobe changes, creepy waifs and flamethrowers, space rocks and intergalactic pew pew, martyrdom and unsettling countdowns, poorly realized paddleball games, big boy eggs, an avarice ray that spews religious advice, glass jars and perfectly posed figurines, confetti decapitation and goofy laughs, pointless puffs & poofs of smoke, disastrously quality-assured electronics, undercooked meat known to the State of California to cause illness or death, zombie apocalypse, perilously high rotational velocities, unlawful incarceration, high-altitude thrill rides, not-ready-for-prime-time Autopilot functionality, murderous gridlock, violence you can indirectly redeem for schlocky prizes and not all that many, many more!

Journey to Bradberton, to the Insecure Beverageer's Lab that you probably can't miss because of the cherry sports car parked out front a suspicious bus shelter + the handy map marker, and descend into the jarring, not-that-immediately-hazardous hidden depths to claim these wacky weapons*,**.

* DLC Companion mod to "EPA Weird Weapons WackyPak", which contains 50+ odd weapons. Mix n' Match!
** This mod requires Nuka World, in case that wasn't made clear.

Hints: Use "Fatal Attractions" while crouched, and wait for an "accident" to befall your target...

Added Items List

  • Admit 2? (a ticket to the Grandchester Mystery Mansion, that, when thrown,
  • spawns Lucy and her alter ego, who is armed with a flamethrower, and kind of angry)
  • Daikaijubatoru (a chuckable monster egg that spawns a random not-so-gentle giant ill-disposed to its own kind)
  • Bottle-Cap Mine (a promotional standup of Bottle, which when thrown is a standup
  • of Cappy good for target practice and also a mine with small random chance of turning back into Bottle)
  • Ditch Plays (a throwable shovel that spawns a wide conveyor belt where it
  • lands; activate the belt to switch directions, crouch-activate to dismantle)
  • Thwack-Uh-Tool! (play Whack-A-Mole with nearly any humanoid NPC, see the scoreboard
  • display hits landed and their HP, win tickets commensurate to hits and level)
  • Neurodyne Suppressor (learn about Hubology with this helpful gun that disarms
  • people and bilks them out of money they didn't even know they had)
  • Freedom Fighter (turn NPCs into suicide bombers that explode when attacked)
  • The Vitrifier (bottle up your foes as frozen-posed figurines in cool little
  • glass jars, and release them when you feel like it...)
  • BattleRoidz Blast-R! (spawn a field of asteroids, laser turrets and animatronic
  • aliens to reenact a lame Nuka Galaxy -esque space battle)
  • Scav! Knife (get cheered on apostrophically by a bunch of raiders when you
  • land hits, and when hitting a corpse, get random loot to the tune of moronic laughs)
  • Fatal Attraction (spawn a random spinning ride, aiming up or down controls
  • the speed zone; crouched, shoot and wait for a bunch of cars to hit your target and everyone else; shoot at self and take a roller
    coaster ride!)
  • Dress-Up Teddy (throw at NPCs and... pop! sizzle! wardrobe change!)
  • Oswald's Wobbledot (throw this smoke bomb used by Oswald the Outrageous to warp the target to a random, and probably dangerous,
  • vantage)
  • Park Police Positive Pistol (shoot at a humanoid NPC to put them in jail,
  • and, sometimes, temporarily, shackle them to the cage where you can execute them with some degree of impunity)
  • High Plains Drifter (wear this, and your Sole Survivor will autopilot to a nearby map marker)
  • Multicore Processor (if you want a LOT of Star Cores to short out very quickly,
  • and bounce off of other overloaded Star Cores, throw this Star Core.)
  • Where's the Beef (throwable beef, which creates distended cows, which pop and create worms, completing the Tremors cycle.)
  • The Elastic Limit (a paddle ball weapon which pushes and pulls NPCs forward and back)
  • Unlucky Rabbit's Foot (when thrown, spawns a not-so-elite cadre of painted ghouls -- a portable zombie apocalypse)
  • Nuka World Souvenir Cup (a throwable paper cup which bursts into a "soda
  • fountain" of Quantum plumes and flying rare Nuka Cola mixes.)


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