Shadow of Chernobyl
Is formed in the Springboard. Forms a weak protective field whose side effect is a slight radiation. The artifact is widespread and not very valuable.In-game description
The Jellyfish increases bullet protection by 2%, but has a 5% radiation increase. The Jellyfish isn't particularly useful and considering how common it is, it would work better as an monetary item.
The Jellyfish is a common artifact in gravitational anomalies. Many of these can be found in the Garbage, Agroprom, Army Warehouses, Red Forest, Pripyat and the first part of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. It is also not uncommon to see rookies such as Bandits having a Jellyfish in their inventory.
It can be looted from the following stashes:
- The cross by the bandits' camp
- Pipe on the North pile
- Dangerous secret
- Secret stash under the cross x1
- Secret stash in a stump
- Secret stash in the log
- Backpack under the bridge
This gravitational artifact absorbs radioactive particles, reducing the effects of radiation on the body. Very common in the Zone.In-game description
The Jellyfish returns in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky. It now provides a -2 in radiation. It is a quite common artifact and a player could use these to cure radiation without the use of vodka and anti-rads, as well as using it along with any artifact producing radiation.
The Jellyfish artifact can be found in gravitational anomalies. One can be found in the first anomaly area the player encounters, during the first mission for Lebedev.
Call of Pripyat
This gravitational artifact attracts and absorbs radioactive particles, reducing the effects of radiation on the body. Very common in the Zone and is unofficially used outside the Zone for treating acute radiation sickness in exceptional circumstances.In-game description
The Jellyfish returns in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat, having the same effects as its Clear Sky rendition.
The Jellyfish may be found in any gravitational anomalies; the Claw anomaly field in Zaton spawns one by default, which is located in a small tunnel near a Springboard and can be reached by jumping from the "claw" to the tunnel.