Appalachian Antiques

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Appalachian Antiques
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Site
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Part ofCranberry Bog
Technical
Keywords
  • <LocTypeWealthy>
  • <LocTypeClearable>
  • <LocRegionCranberryBog>
  • <LocTypeDungeon>
  • <LocTypeDungeonPOI>
  • <LocTypeFastTravelDestination>
  • <LocThemeBoS>
  • <LocLootScaleSmall>
TerminalsAppalachian Antiques terminals
 
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Appalachian Antiques is a location in Fallout 76.

Background[edit | edit source]

This "antiques" shop was operated by a con lady selling "antique" items to the Watogan elite.Unable to tell the difference, they bought up her wares by the truckload, turning a tidy profit and who knows, maybe even allowing the owner to move to Watoga one day... If the Great War hadn't interfered.[1] After the War, the Appalachian Brotherhood of Steel used the Antiques store as a staging area for salvage raids into Watoga, headed by Squire Schultz. The runs were mothballed after taking too many casualties to the robots prowling the streets of the city.[2]

Points of interest[edit | edit source]

  • The store is a source of lots and lots of junk, as expected. There's a safe behind the counter (level 3) together with a terminal (level 2). Upstairs is the owner's bedroom with a caps stash and Schultz's body. The area can also spawn a pair of Brotherhood fatigues downstairs or upstairs. There's also a small supply shed out back with ammunition and a combat shotgun spawn.
  • The watchtwoer overlooking Watoga to the east allows the player to yse the Brotherhood transponder JZ-3 to replay the last transmission between Knight Johnny Moreno and Fort Defiance.

Notable loot[edit | edit source]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Appalachian Antiques appears in Fallout 76.

References