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Adds black, military and camo paint schemes for various power armours. Actually counts as shadowed and muffled. Non-replacer.

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It adds Two NEW black and shiny X-01 paints in the style of Enclave advanced power armour from the previous games, plus military schemes in olive, khaki and digital camouflage for various power armours. It doesn't actually add much in the way of stats or damage resistance, but it counts as shadowed, muffled and dense, so, yeah, it's still pretty high end if used right.

Bear in mind though that you ARE stomping around in a few hundred pounds of steel, so sneaking around in it won't be trivial. But it gives you a fair chance if you want to try.

Note that the paint only affects the pieces you put on the frame. It doesn't recolour the frame itself. If you want everything to be black, you may want to also look for a black or dark grey recolour of the frame.

Also note that the X-01 doesn't come with permanently glowing eyes. If you want your eyes to glow, you have to turn on the lamp. If you want to sneak, well, then it probably helps more if you don't look like a pair of glowing eyes in the dark. The T45, T51 and T60 obviously don't have glowing eyes.

Made with PAPainter.


Go to a PA station, repaint your armour. It's that easy.

You still need to find some power armour on your own first, though.


It shouldn't conflict with anything whatsoever, since it doesn't change any existing records. It's just a new paint job.


Since at least the black X-01 paint is nearly identical to what's been in previous games, including on the cover of Fallout 2, I'd say it's as lore conform as it gets. And the olive scheme is nearly identical to what the soldiers at the vault gate are wearing at the start of the game. The digital camo may be a bit too modern for the Fallout universe, but it's a separate file, and you don't have to download it if it doesn't fit your lore views.


It's just recoloured paint jobs, so really it's derivations of Bethesda's texture. I release my own work into the public domain, so you can do anything you want with it, but Bethesda doesn't allow porting their assets to other games. So you can only use it in Fallout 4 mods.