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Appalachian Antiques is a location in Fallout 76.
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. 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.
Points of interest
- 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.
- Holotapes and Notes
- Going well: The holotape is behind the cash register counter.
- BoS Report - Antique Store: The holotape is upstairs, on the nightstand next to the dead Brotherhood of Steel scribe.
- Potential bobbleheads
- A random bobblehead may spawn upstairs behind a bedpost.
- Potential power armor
- A partial suit of power armor may spawn at this location.
- Other Loot
- Caps Stash: A stash of caps can be found in the upstairs nightstand.
- Dynamic spawns
- Weapons: Plasma pistol, Gamma gun, Gauss rifle, laser pistol, and flare gun.
- Fusion cores with 50% charge.
- Any ranged ammunition.
Appalachian Antiques appears in Fallout 76.