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    HawkLeo got a reaction from DylanC in Latest News: Fallout 76 Game Adds NPCs And A Battle Royale Mode Named Nuclear Wasteland   
    At the just ended Bethesda E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) 2019 Showcase, Todd Howard hit the stage and then he admitted that Fallout 76's launch had some serious problems. In order to revive players faith in this game, Todd Howard announced it would be getting a free Wastelanders update that would not only add human NPCs (Non-Player Characters), but also a new main quest, choices, consequences, and some new Fallout 76 best weapons and gear to the game.
      Here is what we extracted directly from Bethesda: "This is a long term story we’re telling. Year one was about the vault doors opening and all of you settling the wasteland. Year two is about people coming back to reclaim it. Like previous Fallout games, these characters have their own stories and goals. It’s up to you to decide how to interact with them and live with those consequences.”
      In the Fallout 76 preview shown, all players could embark on quests with and fight alongside NPCs, and in conversations, some certain dialogue options required statistics such as charisma and perception. The good news is, the Wastelanders update will be coming this fall to all Fallout 76 players for free.
      In the Fallout 76 official blog post, Bethesda elaborates on the role these NPCs will play. Two factions named the Raiders and the Settlers are trying to stake claim over Appalachia. And of course, each faction has a story to tell, and will help them earn players rewards, for example, like the latest Fallout 76 power armor edition and the best weapons. And finally, the choices players make will play into how their stories unfold. It's all up to players to decide which faction they will choose to side with.
      In an additional update, Fallout 76 game will also be getting a totally new battle royale mode. In the Bethesda E3 2019 conference, this mode's preview named Nuclear Winter showed vault dwellers throwing punches at one another, fighting off irradiated baddies, crafting shelters, shooting at one another, and seemingly dropping nukes in an effort to become the overseer of vault 51.
      For more information about Fallout 76, the battle royale mode feature 52 players who will obviously also be able to level up with exclusive perks. And sadly those perks were not shown during the conference, but we think they probably be similar to those players get with Perk cards. Now we can get a sneak peek of Nuclear Winter since it has already started June 10.
      Now the players can play Fallout 76 on a free trial. This trial will run from June 10 — 17.
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    HawkLeo reacted to DylanC in Fallout 76 Will Live Stream For Their Fans This Week   
    Fair dos, I’m liking all this post release support for the game. It needed it, sure, but I appreciate it nonetheless.
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    HawkLeo reacted to Bravosi in What would you change about Fallout 76?   
    I hate being given the room to change something, because if I do, then I would like to change a whole lot of stuff. And that would be like making entirely a new game. ^^
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    HawkLeo reacted to DylanC in Fallout 76 Nuke Codes From December 10~16   
    Thanks for this info! Will come in very handy! Still yet to launch my first nuke...
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    HawkLeo got a reaction from DylanC in Fallout 76 Nuke Codes From December 10~16   
    In Fallout 76, you can use the nuke codes to launch nukes targeting various parts of the world map: Appalachia. The nuke codes are updated every week and require the players to work together and decrypt them first before using them. You also have to get the Nuclear Keycard before you can use these nukes.
      In Fallout 76, once you get the nuke codes, it means that you can launch nukes targeting various parts of the world map: Appalachia. And that's probably the only reason gamers are still playing through Bethesda's latest foray into the post-apocalyptic world. The nuke codes are updated every week. Usually, the codes for Silo site Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie are insanely smart and hard to decrypt unless you have a degree in cryptology. Luckily, now we’ve got the Fallout 76 nuke codes for the week commencing December 10 waiting for you to discover down below.

      Here Are the Fallout 76's Latest Nuke Codes From December 10 to 16

      Here, we thank again to NukaCrypt, whose team of boffins and/or programs constantly to surprise us with their speed and accuracy when it comes to deciphering the Fallout 76 nuke codes. We are just in here to offer you a push in the right direction. The effort does not belong to us.

      ·Silo Alpha:   97591524
      ·Silo Bravo:   17507386
      ·Silo Charlie: 94963240

      How To Use Fallout 76 Nuke Codes?

      In Fallout 76 game, though you do not need to go to a specific silo to launch the nukes, site Charlie still seems to be the easiest of the three to find. Just go south of the Mountainside Bed and Breakfast (which is east of the Uncanny Caverns) and then you'll notice the silo site tucked away on the east side of a mountain range near route 102.

      For the site Alpha, meanwhile, you can find east of route 105 and west of Sugar Grove.

      Last but not least, site Bravo, can be found northeast of the Grafton Dam.

      Once you have found the site you want to enter. You're going to have to fight all your way through to the control room, and then protect the crew chief robots as they help with the launch. Once you take down all the enemies, type your launch key on the left of the panel and your codes on the right. Only then can you fire a nuke. It's a tough quest, but it's well worth it.

      Aside from that, if you are mining for rare resources, the nuke codes are also beneficial. On the map, those places that are hit by the nukes are the best place to farm for these rare resources. With these precious resources, you can craft your powerful fallout 76 weapons and many other Fallout 76 items. What's more, you even can use the nukes to wipe out an area of the map and then get a completely different experience there. If you are happened to know that someone who has set up a camp there, it'll also be wiped out with the nuke.

      When will the Fallout 76 Nuke Codes Reset?

      The nuke codes reset every single Monday, that means you'll have to keep an eye from December 16 for your next batch of launch codes.
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    HawkLeo got a reaction from DylanC in Where To Find BEST Weapons In Fallout 76   
    In Fallout 76’s West Virginia wasteland, there are many different kinds of weapons for you to discover. Luckily, we have gathered up some of the best. Some of them can be crafted and some can be found in the early game, while others can be prayed for during a Nuke raid. While the elements of Fallout 76's RPG could highly affect the viability of certain weapons, exotic variants (denoted by a star, a special name, and the inability to scrap them at workshop table) can offer some considerable upper hand to players in the early game, with some of them being so good they are probably worth keeping around in the limited C.A.M.P. Stash.

      After a series of beta sessions, Fallout 76 has successfully launched in November. Introducing a strange detour from the franchise with an NPC-free, action-RPG. After that, critical appraisal of Fallout 76's perceived lack of focus, combined with its premium cost (along with microtransactions), has stung review scores and earned much in the way of consumer regret. Even though the game continues to have its ardent supporters, there's something really disappointing about its performance and assorted negative news appeared in the headlines.

      Still, regardless of the lack of dialogue trees, there are plenty of hours of gameplay to be found in Fallout 76, and an overwhelming emphasis of combat. Most weapons in Fallout 76 are subject to a balancing trade-off — damage at the cost of high ammo consumption, accuracy and distance at the cost of lengthy reload times, etc. Though certain weapons deliver better bang for your buck. Fo76items has collected some of the best common and exotic weapons in Fallout 76, along with some ways to get them (or at least, we can say it increases your chance to get those weapons.) So please keep on reading this article and find out what's really worthy of your precious inventory space.
      The first one is: COMBAT SHOTGUN

     
      The large clip size and rate of fire for combat shotguns make them a great tool to keep on hand for crowd control scenarios, also for taking out quicker smaller and smaller enemies, for instance, mutant dogs and mole rats. Players may not run into these weapons if they are sticking closely to the Overseer's quest line until a bit later in Fallout 76 (NOTED: that they’re restricted to level 20 and above). Aside from scorched enemies, they're an extremely common drop from Mole Miners, who often congregate around and inside mining operations (The interesting thing is, their squat shape also makes them an ideal target at which to point these weapons). For a better chance of getting a combat shotgun, please make sure to check out Garrahan Mining HQ, Blackwater Mine, the Mountainside Bed & Breakfast (which Mole Miners have completely taken over), and the Mole Miner Tunnel for beginners twice. Throughout the Ash Heap region, the mole miners are commonly found peppered. Even though some certain sections of it may prove troublesome for lower-leveled gamers.

      Though it really takes a very long time to for Fallout 76's combat shotgun reload, it is really worth owning and what's more, you can keep a fully-loaded one in a quick-slot means that you can swap off of it for a sidearm and reload it once clear of danger.

      The second one is: SLEDGEHAMMER

     
      Well, this relatively common two-handed weapon, for many players may not sound overpowered, but the gamers should aware that the amount of Super Mutants all over Appalachia, even early in Fallout 76 (there’s always a crowd clogging up any relay towers on the map, and Eastern Correctional is another solid early-game haunt). Most of them drop boards and other low-tier melee trash, but you'll often run into a Skirmisher-variant who may drop a sledgehammer, and the wide arc of these powerhouse weapons makes them the perfect way to take down feistier low-level mobs without using any precious ammo. This weapon is not very rare but to some extent, it is a necessity in Fallout 76.

      The Sledgehammers can’t be crafted until you reach to level 30. But you can add mods onto them at a weapons bench to make a trusty one-hitter for when you’re surrounded. Their heavy weight and slow wind-up represent the most obvious downsides, but for a free common weapon that’s in relatively frequent supply throughout starter areas, it’s a good thing to keep around, while equally acting as a stress-free disposable item when your inventory’s clogged up, too. Non-melee builds can still get some use out of these, and that’s well in advance of encountering the Super Sledge.

      The third one is: COMBAT KNIFE

     
      Combat knives are a low weight, highly functional, and rarely a bad backup weapon to keep in a quickslot, even when you’re not optimizing melee in your build. Plus, if you’re lucky enough to stumble onto the Legendary Vampiric effect on a combat knife, you get the added benefit of lifesteal, which can turn certain high-level encounters into cakewalks. Legendary weapons have a chance to drop in nuked areas or primo loot caches, and the Vampiric modifier can be found attached to all different types of weapons, but combining it with the ridiculous speed of the knife proves especially powerful. Some Fallout 76 players even report that stabbing the air with this modded knife prompts a small amount of heal on its own, but it’s likely that this will be patched out in future updates.

      You can find the combat knives all throughout Fallout 76's world map. Or it can also be made at a weapons bench easily. With quality ranging from level 1 to level 50.

      The fourth one is: HANDMADE RIFLE


      Here is the quick introduction about the Gauss Rifle. It often makes the top of many Fallout 76 weapon lists: Some Fallout fans may have noticed that the Gauss Rifle features commonly bugged stats. It has a charging mechanic that increases damage per shot, but the consistency of this aspect varies from player to player. If Bethesda fixes any remnant bugs associated with it, it would be very good to swap the Handmade Rifle for the Gauss Rifle.

      In comparison to the Handmade Rifle, after scrapping a few extras, the Hunting Rifle reveals some solid modifications, for example, long-range scopes and magazine increases, but the Handmade Rifle is a more significant upgrade and can be found fairly early, at about level 15. It requires venturing into The Mire, but certain quest lines will push Fallout 76 players into the residential town of Harpers Ferry, which is manned by the faction known as the Free States. A vendor in the northern area of Harpers Ferry will then sell the plan for the Handmade Rifle for 270 bottle caps.

      Think of the Handmade Rifle as Fallout 76's AK-47, hosting a vast collection of unlockable mods that turn it into one of the most versatile base weapons in this game. Crafting can bring it all the way up to level 45, and its base ballistic damage of 32 with a 20-round clip ensures that players collecting rifleman Perks can position it as the linchpin of their loadout. Just keep in mind that if you want to see how the Handmade Rifle fits into your arsenal, you should be equipped with the Gunsmith Perk at level 3 to craft it. To score a Handmade Rifle without having to craft it, it can also be looted from a rooftop in Berkeley Springs.

      Here are some ways you can find BEST weapons in Fallout 76, if want to get more weapons and accessories here is the best place for you to get fallout 76 weapons and of course, it is more than just weapons!
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    HawkLeo got a reaction from DC in Fallout 76: Where To Find Lead   
    It is very necessary to collect materials in Fallout 76. Because they are a particularly important part of the game. You'll need all kinds of materials to craft and upgrade about everything (including Fallout 76 weapons and armor) in this game. including Fallout 76 Lead. In Fallout 76, there's more than one way for you can get hold of Lead. including Fallout 76 Lead Deposits. Find out all the information about Lead in Fallout 76 below.
      The importance of the Fallout 76 Lead Deposits
      Lead is a very important material as we stated in the first paragraph and you can get it in Fallout 76. You'll need it to create a whole bunch of different things in the game. But, most important, to craft ammo, the Lead is a must-have. Trust us, you'll be crafting a lot of ammo in Fallout 76 to help you strengthen your combat effectiveness and level up faster. So to get your hands on plenty of Lead is necessary. Thankfully, there have various ways to get hold of Lead in Fallout 76, Lead Deposits, of course, included.
      Where to Find Fallout 76 Lead Deposits
      Definition: Lead Deposits are deposits of lead. And you can find it scattered throughout the map of Fallout 76 at Public Workshops. You can mine in order to receive a healthy amount of precious ore. Luckily, in Fallout 76, there are some locations in which you can find Lead Deposits. There's too much Lead to mine. So there's no need to scramble for this with others.
      The full list of known Lead Deposit locations in Fallout 76 is as follows (In alphabetical order):
      ·Berkeley Springs West
      ·Converted Munitions Factory
      ·Grafton Steel Yard
      ·Lakeside Cabins
      ·Poseidon Energy
      However, the Lead Deposits are not the only way to get Lead in Fallout 76. There are plenty of items that will give you Lead when you scrap them.
      Question from the above paragraph. Which Items Give Lead When Scrapped?
      As stated above, there are massive items that will award you with Lead when you scrap them.
      Just like we said earlier, there are massive items that will award you with Lead when you scrap them. You'll find these items scattered on the Fallout 76 map. But what we recommend you the most is to take a look at every gym you encounter. Once you find the dumbells and weights inside the gym they will give you plenty of Lead. We also recommend you to switch on your “Tag for Search” feature on Lead because any items containing the resource will be identified by a magnifying glass icon.
      You'll also get some Lead by defeating and scavenging robots, so why do not give it a try? If not, please keep on searching, or reload the game into a different server.
      You'll see the known list of items that award you with Lead when you scrap them in Fallout 76, with how much Lead you will get to boot. (In numerical and alphabetical order)
      ·5lb Weights: 2 Lead
      ·160lb Barbells: 20 Lead
      ·Ammo Casing: .44, .50, 25mm, 0mm / 1 Lead
      ·Baby Rattle: 1 Lead
      ·Barbells: 80lb Barbell and 80lb Curlbar / 10 Lead
      ·Cans: 1 Lead
      ·Combination Wrench: 2 Lead
      ·Energy Cell: 1 Lead
      ·Ignition Core: 7 Lead
      ·Makeshift Battery: 2 Lead
      ·Paint Cans: 7 Lead
      ·Pencils: 1 Lead
      ·Rat Poison: 7 Lead
      ·Weights: 10lb, 25lb, 20lb Dumbbell, 40lb Dumbbell / 7 Lead
      Please keep an eye on any of the above items will let you with enough Lead to keep an entire army supplied with ammunition. Except for Lead Deposits and item scrapping. There also have another way to get hold of the valuable resource. Want to know? Please follow us.
      Lead Ore in Fallout 76
      The final and the third way for you to get hold of Lead in Fallout 76 is through Lead ore. It is totally a pure ore of Lead that you can smelt at the chemistry stations. And if you have a plan to smelt down two lots of Lead ore, you'll need some Acid. For every two lots of Lead ore and one lot of Acid, once finished smelting, you'll receive five lots of Lead Scrap. Unfortunately, we could not find too many Lead ore locations when we're editing this article. But you can find Lead Ore at the Hornwright Industrial Headquarters.
      You may find Lead ore in Fallout 76 in two locations within the Hornwright Industrial Headquarters:
      ·On the executive floor, you'll find three lots of Lead ore
      ·In the basement, you can find two more lots of Lead ore
      If you can not find Lead ore within the Hornwright Industrial Headquarters, please try to reload into a new server and take a look. If that still does not work, please try to look for the Lead Deposits and items containing Scrap Lead as listed above. You can always get some, now cannot you?
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    HawkLeo reacted to DylanC in Fallout 76: Where To Find Lead   
    Nice! Very handy info. Lead is indeed super useful. Thanks for posting ya tips!
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    HawkLeo got a reaction from DylanC in Fallout 76: Where To Find Lead   
    It is very necessary to collect materials in Fallout 76. Because they are a particularly important part of the game. You'll need all kinds of materials to craft and upgrade about everything (including Fallout 76 weapons and armor) in this game. including Fallout 76 Lead. In Fallout 76, there's more than one way for you can get hold of Lead. including Fallout 76 Lead Deposits. Find out all the information about Lead in Fallout 76 below.
      The importance of the Fallout 76 Lead Deposits
      Lead is a very important material as we stated in the first paragraph and you can get it in Fallout 76. You'll need it to create a whole bunch of different things in the game. But, most important, to craft ammo, the Lead is a must-have. Trust us, you'll be crafting a lot of ammo in Fallout 76 to help you strengthen your combat effectiveness and level up faster. So to get your hands on plenty of Lead is necessary. Thankfully, there have various ways to get hold of Lead in Fallout 76, Lead Deposits, of course, included.
      Where to Find Fallout 76 Lead Deposits
      Definition: Lead Deposits are deposits of lead. And you can find it scattered throughout the map of Fallout 76 at Public Workshops. You can mine in order to receive a healthy amount of precious ore. Luckily, in Fallout 76, there are some locations in which you can find Lead Deposits. There's too much Lead to mine. So there's no need to scramble for this with others.
      The full list of known Lead Deposit locations in Fallout 76 is as follows (In alphabetical order):
      ·Berkeley Springs West
      ·Converted Munitions Factory
      ·Grafton Steel Yard
      ·Lakeside Cabins
      ·Poseidon Energy
      However, the Lead Deposits are not the only way to get Lead in Fallout 76. There are plenty of items that will give you Lead when you scrap them.
      Question from the above paragraph. Which Items Give Lead When Scrapped?
      As stated above, there are massive items that will award you with Lead when you scrap them.
      Just like we said earlier, there are massive items that will award you with Lead when you scrap them. You'll find these items scattered on the Fallout 76 map. But what we recommend you the most is to take a look at every gym you encounter. Once you find the dumbells and weights inside the gym they will give you plenty of Lead. We also recommend you to switch on your “Tag for Search” feature on Lead because any items containing the resource will be identified by a magnifying glass icon.
      You'll also get some Lead by defeating and scavenging robots, so why do not give it a try? If not, please keep on searching, or reload the game into a different server.
      You'll see the known list of items that award you with Lead when you scrap them in Fallout 76, with how much Lead you will get to boot. (In numerical and alphabetical order)
      ·5lb Weights: 2 Lead
      ·160lb Barbells: 20 Lead
      ·Ammo Casing: .44, .50, 25mm, 0mm / 1 Lead
      ·Baby Rattle: 1 Lead
      ·Barbells: 80lb Barbell and 80lb Curlbar / 10 Lead
      ·Cans: 1 Lead
      ·Combination Wrench: 2 Lead
      ·Energy Cell: 1 Lead
      ·Ignition Core: 7 Lead
      ·Makeshift Battery: 2 Lead
      ·Paint Cans: 7 Lead
      ·Pencils: 1 Lead
      ·Rat Poison: 7 Lead
      ·Weights: 10lb, 25lb, 20lb Dumbbell, 40lb Dumbbell / 7 Lead
      Please keep an eye on any of the above items will let you with enough Lead to keep an entire army supplied with ammunition. Except for Lead Deposits and item scrapping. There also have another way to get hold of the valuable resource. Want to know? Please follow us.
      Lead Ore in Fallout 76
      The final and the third way for you to get hold of Lead in Fallout 76 is through Lead ore. It is totally a pure ore of Lead that you can smelt at the chemistry stations. And if you have a plan to smelt down two lots of Lead ore, you'll need some Acid. For every two lots of Lead ore and one lot of Acid, once finished smelting, you'll receive five lots of Lead Scrap. Unfortunately, we could not find too many Lead ore locations when we're editing this article. But you can find Lead Ore at the Hornwright Industrial Headquarters.
      You may find Lead ore in Fallout 76 in two locations within the Hornwright Industrial Headquarters:
      ·On the executive floor, you'll find three lots of Lead ore
      ·In the basement, you can find two more lots of Lead ore
      If you can not find Lead ore within the Hornwright Industrial Headquarters, please try to reload into a new server and take a look. If that still does not work, please try to look for the Lead Deposits and items containing Scrap Lead as listed above. You can always get some, now cannot you?
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