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Fallout Shelter is a great way to kill some time while waiting for Season 2 of the Fallout show. In turn, Fallout Shelter has tons of weapons and outfits that are a great way of killing everything else. 

There are hundreds of them in the game though, so it can be a chore to find the best ones. Worry not though, because the best weapons and outfits in the game are compiled down below.

 

Fallout Shelter Best Weapons

Fallout Shelter Weapons
Fallout Shelter Weapons

Down here you’ll find the three best weapons currently available in Fallout Shelter. They’re classed according to the roles they play in combat.

Remember that it’s possible to craft/obtain more than one copy of the same Legendary Weapon. So if you find a liking to one of these, you can keep crafting them as long as you have the materials.

 

Crafting Legendary Weapons

Unless you get extremely lucky with Lunchboxes, you’ll likely have to craft these weapons. Just know that crafting Legendary Weapons in Fallout Shelter is an incredibly time-consuming process.

To craft Legendary Weapons, you’ll need a level 3 Weapon Workshop, also known as a Weapon Plant. That’s easier said than done though, because you need a minimum of 75 Dwellers living in your Vault before you can even build one. It also costs a ton of Caps to upgrade your Weapon Workshop, specifically 8k Caps to reach level 2 and 60k for level 3.

And then, you have to already own a recipe for the Legendary Weapon you want to craft. You get recipes from quests, but unfortunately, there’s no way to figure out what weapon that recipe is for until you get it. It’s a drag, but it is the most reliable way of getting Legendary Weapons.

 

Best Single-Target Weapon: Dragon’s Maw

Dragon’s Maw
Dragon’s Maw

If you’re looking for the weapon that deals the most amount of damage to a single target, you’re looking for the Dragon’s Maw. It deals an average of 25.5 damage, which should make even a Deathclaw think twice. They won’t though, so stay on your guard.

The only real downside to it is that some of that damage will be wasted when shot at an enemy who’s already low on health. The other two weapons on this list suffer no such consequences.

The Dragon’s Maw is a crafting-only weapon, meaning it can’t drop from Lunchboxes, and no quests offer it as a reward.

Damage: 22-29 (Average: 25.5)

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 3x Chemistry Flask
  • 3x Globe
  • 3x Military Circuit Board
  • 22,050 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Strength

 

Best Multipurpose Weapon: Vengeance

Vengeance
Vengeance

On paper, this upgraded Gatling Laser has a lower average damage than the Dragon’s Maw. However, it has a special trait where it immediately switches targets after its previous target dies. This way, no shot is wasted as long as there are enemies left to be shot.

It’s not an area of effect (AoE) weapon, but it practically behaves like one since it can potentially clear multiple enemies in a single volley.

The Vengeance can drop from Lunchboxes.

There is also a small chance that a Dweller exploring the wasteland can find a Vengeance.

Damage: 21-26 (Average: 23.5)

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 5x Microscope
  • 3x Military Circuit Board
  • 2x Giddyup Buttercup
  • 21,500 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Strength

 

Best AoE Weapon: MIRV

MIRV
MIRV

In Fallout Shelter, AoE weapons damage every enemy in a room with each shot. And no other weapon does it better than the MIRV.

However, there is a downside to AoE weapons. The damage an AoE weapon deals is split between all the enemies it hits. For example, if 4 enemies are in a room, and the MIRV fires a shot that’s supposed to deal 24 damage, each enemy will only receive 6 damage. AoE is not the way to go if you want to focus fire on a particularly dangerous opponent.

The MIRV can drop from Lunchboxes.

Damage: 22-27 (Average: 24.5)

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 3x Chemistry Flask
  • 3x Military Duct Tape
  • 3x Shovel
  • 22,050 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Strength

 

Fallout Shelter Best Outfits

Fallout Shelter Outfits
Fallout Shelter Outfits

The best outfit in Fallout Shelter depends on what S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stat you want it to improve. This guide will cover all the outfits that boost each stat the highest.

Some outfits might not heavily increase any stat in particular but are good at influencing multiple stats. If you want a Dweller to excel at multiple things without leaning too hard on a specific stat, you should take a look at those. But for the sake of this guide, only the Outfits that boost an individual stat the most are listed.

 

Crafting Legendary Outfits

As you might expect, all the best outfits in Fallout Shelter are Legendary Outfits. Just like Legendary Weapons, crafting Legendary Outfits is a massive time and Cap investment.

In order to craft Legendary Outfits, you must first have an Outfit Plant, which is a level 3 Outfit Workshop. And in order to build that, you’ll need to have a minimum of 90 Dwellers living in your Vault first. It costs 12k Caps to reach level 2 Outfit Workshop and 90k for level 3.

You’ll also need the recipe for the Legendary Outfit you want to craft. 

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Best Outfit For Strength: Commander Fatigues

Commander Fatigues
Commander Fatigues

Commander Fatigues boost a Dweller’s Strength, which determines their effectiveness in Power Generators and Nuclear Reactors. Higher Strength also increases a Dweller’s chance of opening lockers in the wasteland.

Commander Fatigues can drop from Lunchboxes.

Effect: Strength +7

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 5x Tri-fold Flag
  • 4x Globe
  • 21,000 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Strength

 

Best Outfit For Perception: Heavy Vault Suit 

Heavy Vault Suit
Heavy Vault Suit

A Heavy Vault Suit boosts a Dweller’s Perception, which determines their effectiveness in Water Treatment and Water Purification facilities. Higher Perception also makes critical hit timings easier to hit and increases the probability of finding locations when exploring the wasteland.

Heavy Vault Suits can drop from Lunchboxes.

There is also a small chance that a Dweller exploring the wasteland can find a Heavy Vault Suit.

You can also obtain a Heavy Vault Suit as a reward from the last mission of the Labor Dispute! questline called Rubarb’s Reckoning.

Effect: Perception +7

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 5x Tri-fold Flag
  • 4x Brahmin Hide
  • 21,000 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Perception

 

Best Outfit For Endurance: Heavy Wasteland Gear

Heavy Wasteland Gear
Heavy Wasteland Gear

Heavy Wasteland Gear boosts a Dweller’s Endurance, which determines their effectiveness in Nuka-Cola Bottlers. Higher Endurance also increases a Dweller’s hit points. At 11 Endurance and above, Dwellers no longer suffer from radiation bursts when exploring the wasteland.

Heavy Wasteland Gears can drop from Lunchboxes and on Outfit Run quests.

Effect: Endurance +7

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 4x Globe
  • 3x Yao Guai Hide
  • 2x Chemistry Flask
  • 21,000 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Endurance

 

Best Outfit For Charisma: Lucky Nightwear

Lucky Nightwear
Lucky Nightwear

Lucky Nightwear boosts a Dweller’s Charisma, which determines their effectiveness in Radio Studios and Reproduction in living rooms. Higher Charisma also increases the odds of interacting with civilized people while exploring the wasteland.

Lucky Nightwear can drop from Lunchboxes.

Effect: Charisma +7

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 5x Tri-fold Flag
  • 4x Wonderglue
  • 21,000 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Charisma

 

Best Outfit For Intelligence: Expert Lab Coat

Expert Lab Coat
Expert Lab Coat

An Expert Lab Coat boosts a Dweller’s Intelligence, which determines their effectiveness in Medbays and Science Labs. Higher Intelligence also increases the odds of interacting with civilized people and some enemies while exploring the wasteland. Finding Stimpaks and Radaway in the wasteland also becomes more likely the higher a Dweller’s Intelligence is. Lastly, the experience gained from performing Vault tasks increases based on a Dweller’s Intelligence.

Expert Lab Coats can drop from Lunchboxes.

You can obtain an Expert Lab Coat as a reward from the last mission of the The Great Tato Famine questline called The Mole Rat Man.

The Legendary Vault Dwellers James and Dr. Li also come pre-equipped with one.

Effect: Intelligence +7

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 5x Chemistry Flask
  • 4x Teddy Bear
  • 21,000 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Intelligence

 

Best Outfit For Agility: Expert Jumpsuit

Expert Jumpsuit
Expert Jumpsuit

An Expert Jumpsuit boosts a Dweller’s Agility, which determines their effectiveness in Diners and Gardens. Higher Agility also increases a Dweller’s attack speed and decreases damage taken when running from a fight on quests and in the wasteland.

Expert Jumpsuits can drop from Lunchboxes.

The Legendary Vault Dweller Moira comes pre-equipped with an Expert Jumpsuit.

Effect: Agility +7

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 5x Yao Guai Hide
  • 4x Teddy Bear
  • 21,000 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Agility

 

Best Outfit For Luck: Lucky Formal Wear

Lucky Formal Wear
Lucky Formal Wear

Lucky Formal Wear boosts a Dweller’s Luck, which affects a number of things, such as the probability of a rush attempt succeeding, finding items during quests, and the amount of caps you earn in and out of the Vault. Critical hits will also come more frequently the higher a Dweller’s Luck is.

Lucky Formal Wear can drop from Lunchboxes.

The Legendary Vault Dweller Mister Burke comes pre-equipped with a Lucky Formal Wear.

Effect: Luck +7

Crafting Materials/Cost:

  • 5x Tri-fold Flag
  • 4x Teddy Bear
  • 21,000 Caps

Stat Needed To Speed Up Crafting: Luck

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