Mystery Meat is a side quest in Fallout 4. Upon arrival at Longneck Lukowski's Cannery , Theodore and Trader Rylee will be arguing about her ability to sell his product and they will mention people getting sick after eating his canned meat. Asking him about it after she leaves will give you the option to offer to help him out by clearing the mole rats from the building. He'll give 50 caps up front. Despite him mentioning that you shouldn't go into the basement, there's nothing in the cannery proper itself to do, except get the Barter bobblehead and the Tales of a Junktown Jerky Vendor magazine inside the metal catwalk hut at the top southeast corner of the main cannery room, so head to the elevator in the northwest corner and take it down. When it reaches the bottom the elevator will be locked out by Theodore. You can then read the terminal to get a little background and discover that Theodore had been using mole rats in his meat to increase his supply, and is still looking for an alternative meat that will allow him to produce even more canned meat.
Strange meat is a consumable in Fallout: New Vegas. It can restore Hit Points at the cost of radiation. It also gives a -1 penalty to Strength when consumed. Old Ben in Freeside warns that eating strange meat causes debilitating shakes in normal, non-cannibal humans, and serves as a warning sign that they have consumed human flesh. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. You're telling me.
Strange meat is a peculiar edible in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. Widely suspected to be human flesh, no one knows exactly what it is, other than it looks and tastes strange. The presence of the item is often used in the game to indicate that those possessing it are cannibals. It appears to be spongy bits of meat skewered onto a stick. It restores a small amount of hit points and also give a small dose of rads. In Fallout: New Vegas , this meat makes your Strength suffer a -1 penalty.
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