That was my home for the first levels or so, then I moved on. report. Some of the ones close to top of the world are pretty contended as well. a junk pile)is within the limits of your CAMP. Isn't that a Public Workshop? According to the video, there is an Agility bobblehead, a stash of caps and a bunch of Stimpacks up in the wooden tower at the end of the course. I have yet to find anything on this topic...and Beta times being what they are I don't have the time to look and build my camp unless I have an idea of where to go beforehand. Sort by.

Just north of Berkley springs. It’s pretty and you knee cap the behemoth once he is in range of your bases turrets for easy xp and loot. That's a bit too high traffic for me. My second character is here.

One video from user Savage Discavage shows the Pleasant Hills Cemetery has a number of safes to break into, each one filled with loot. Junk extractors are available to build at claimed public workshops or one's C.A.M.P. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Welcome to the Fallout Network subreddit for Fallout 76, Press J to jump to the feed. Your Stash Box is universally linked, so putting an item in one makes it available at all locations. 11 comments. It's really easy to become over encumbered in Fallout 76. Downside is that there is 3-4 toads that spawn there, plus side free food off them.

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Poke around in the far NW of the map.

The nice thing about sticking with the campaign missions is the loot is usually level-appropriate as well, meaning you can use your new finds immediately. :), Just nw of sunshine meadows industrial farm is a junk node on the river bank. Or is there any junk piles close to each other in range of one camp? Just a camp. So duct tape, wonderglue and homemade glue are almost always worth carrying. It's be close you would have to travel and see if camp covers the junk and the stream behind it. I also have a second bed upstairs in the open air cause I can't afford to build a roof due to build limit. The pond is definitely within quick walking distance, but not close enough to build in the pond and get that junk node. Forest probably has the most, but also much more likely someone will also be on a good spot. So what do you think? Press Y/Triangle in the scrap menu to quickly scrap all your junk. You have 4 free articles remaining this month, Sign-up to our daily newsletter for more articles like this + access to 5 extra articles. Locations include: Extractors can be locked by approaching them while in build mode, selecting "Lock" from the menu, and choosing one of four lock levels, much like locking a door. The best locations for your Fallout 76 camp By Lauren Morton , Christopher Livingston 23 January 2019 The best spots for your base, plus other tips for camp-building. yeah there are tons of streams and small lakes in that area, mostly south of the monorail elevator.

The Red Rocket station in Morgantown, has an existing stash, building, food constantly respawns on the shelves, existing armor workbench, it's on a stream and it's Camp-compatible. I currently have a camp set up for me and 3 friends outside by the Golf Course near Morgantown. You'll see two numbers in the bottom left corner of the screen. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. See why nearly a quarter of a million subscribers begin their day with the Starting 5. Scrapping weapons yields materials and unlocks new mods, so don't be afraid to dismantle those pipe weapons for parts. 1 year ago. If you place your camp so that the junk extractor is just inside the circle you can catch enough of the pond to place 3 or 4 industrial purifiers. Missile launchers are way too heavy for the limited damage missiles can deal, so. I set up my friend’s camp for him in that location and it gave him the lead he was lacking but he ended up moving anyways because that location is in the path of wandering super mutants, meaning almost consistent attacks from them. help yourself to some fresh, clean, purified water. Start by ignoring things that offer steel and wood only. Do you want it close enough to put industrial purifiers in the water, or just close enough to do water runs and not have to use a pump to get dirty water?

Have you found any good loot locations on your own? A water purifier is a settlement object in Fallout 76. I love this spot, and will be moving there soon once my acid stores are up from the spot I'm at now. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Means it needs to be claimed, and it costs caps to claim, and only lasts as long as you are online. Your Stash Box can be found at your camp, but can also be found at vendor locations and other places here and there around the world. Cookies help us deliver our Services. It is south of Wilsons garage, West of morgantown trainyard and ENE of vault 76 about a 2 minute walk. Plans for crafting it are automatically unlocked after completing a Claim Workshop event quest for the first time. I thank you for the attempt at helping, but that doesn't work on my phone. Junk extractors are available to build at claimed public workshops or one's C.A.M.P. Junk piles are found throughout Appalachia, where extractors can be built to increase its yield. North of Aaronholt Homestead (north east corner of your map) is a great spot. Hop down off the bridge and you'll see a junkpile just off the side of the road. Another interesting location for loot is a ropes course east of Flatwood, as seen in this video from Humble Assassins. I have the extractor map and will most likely travel around looking for one, but if you all could help and know one then it would be greatly appreciated.

in range of a resource deposit, you can build an extractor for that deposit (just like in workshops). gorge junkyard, I am telling everyone since i found a better one in a higher lvl area that I like more. And closer to Harper's or Dyer? I have crops (8 Corn, Tato, and Mutfruit, 4 Razorgrain, and 1 Melon), 2 dirt based water purifiers (no water where I built), 5 turrets, it's a 3x3 2 story with all crafting stations downstairs (2x Armor and Weapon), a bed and a stash. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Welcome to the Fallout Network subreddit for Fallout 76, Press J to jump to the feed. I then want to rebuild my house, since there are 4 of us I want to give us all our own little room/house probably 1 foundation plus a few of the small squares for a little extra space, and then the communal area of workbenches and stash.
If you're at camp, scrapped junk stays in your inventory so deposit it in your stash box when you're done. Lake Reynolds near Lewisburg looks nice, but I guess there are regular scorchbeast spawns there so probably won't work out. Use the progress tracker to find everything you need! The junk extractor is a world object in Fallout 76. There is a junk node but no water either. river too far for large water purifiers, but i got 3 or 4 small ones that serve my purposes just fine.

The only reason I mention this is because I built my CAMP into the monorail structure and it is pretty damn awesome. Brewing ingredients are all on the farm, so brewing is now a breeze, Enemies are low enough level to be taken out by the base gun turrets. edit: i have found the one near vault 76 (copper and iron), the one up north with lead and junk, and the one in the south with acid and lead, wondering if anyone has found a 4th. I am desperately searching the internet for a spot somewhere in the Flatwoods/Grafton/Morgantown/Sutton area that I can build a camp with a Junk resource extractor, that is near a water source so I can place the industrial water purifier and get rid of my 2 small generators until I find the large one so I can just build that and get rid of the mediums as well.
By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. There are 2 on the far West side of the map. You can see in the Junk menu on your Pip Boy which components a scrapped piece of junk will give you.

Maybe at pleasant valley station. You can see where to find Aluminium, Black Titanium, Oil, etc in Appalachia (via Reddit/FloorBelow).. Also remember: If you build your C.A.M.P.

This thread is archived. Not so much in Fallout 76, where weight limits and stash limits become an early factor. Stash limit is only 400 and you're going to want to save room for power armor components and fusion cores when you find them, as they'll take up about ¼ of that limit. if the resource deposit is within the C.A.M.P. A lot of spots annoyingly will have mob spawns close enough that will just plague you constantly. People server hop there to get the traveling vendor and it won’t spawn if there’s a camp there. Be careful not to store unscrapped junk in your box too. You can indeed reach both extractors with a camp, but not the water. That whole area is great in general, though honestly not that much water around.

For those who are moving camp as they progress through the game, the location … And the more important reason, I want to be away from spawn more so my Tamed deathclaw is safer. Usually to claim a workshop you will need to make sure it isn’t claimed by another player and then do the event around the workshop areas to clear out enemies. I’ve been on the hunt for a permanent base location for awhile but I’ve had no luck, so what I’m looking for is a nice area to build on with water for the water Purifiers, I LOVE my spot! save. Extractors have a maximum storage capacity of two pounds and must be checked and emptied regularly in order for them to continue producing resources. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. I love that camp, but admittedly, my other one at Aaronholt Homestead is more useful. Archived.

building zone. There isn't any particularly grindy loot locations like Destiny's infamous Loot Cave that we've found so far in Fallout 76. look at the road that is north south east of the vault travel north. New Fallout players will probably have an easier time than veteran fans with leaving junk on the ground. look at the road that is north south east of the vault travel north. The far west edge has a lot of good build spots and a fair amount of resource points too that are close to the water.

Some nice areas on the river south of Morgantown, and the other fork west of that. Thank you! Just above that spot is another one with only a single radiation stem spot. Unlike previous games, Fallout 76 places far more value on food. A junk pile right next to a small pond. The option to build a resource collector appears if a resource location(e.g. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Welcome to the Fallout Network subreddit for Fallout 76, Press J to jump to the feed. Fallout 76 is full of all sorts of loot hidden among a ton of junk. 18 comments. It has a junk extractor, no water though, I just have 4 in ground ones to make up for that. i have been on I64 for about 2 weeks now.

i got a rest area for other players. Weapons tend to be the heaviest thing in your inventory, so it's important you keep things simple and keep some of the heavy weapons in storage until you go up a few levels. If you find yourself with too much of one thing, simply sell it off for caps. Fallout 76.

I tried that and the interactive map, to no avail. In general the whole eastern edge of the divide cliffs have a surprising amount of water. share.

Pleasant Hills Cemetery is towards the Southwest corner of the map.

Instead of grabbing every gun you find, you might want to only carry one or two of each type, or only focus on one type of weapon.