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Miners Monument

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Miners Monument
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Site
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Part ofSavage Divide
Overview
Crafting
Enemies
  • Protectrons
  • Technical
    Keywords
  • Clearable
  • Savage Divide location
  • Large loot scale
  • Fast travel destination
  • General theme
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    Hi, I'm Dick Shale, and welcome to this beautiful monument. Before we start, let's take a moment to appreciate the refreshing taste of an ice cold Nuka Cola. If you want to grab one, feel free, I'll be right here when you get back. For those of you already enjoying a Nuke, let's begin. This monument was built in 1952, to commemorate the hard working miners of Appalachia. The Miners Representation Union and the Conglomerate of Appalachian Mining Interests committees worked together to choose this design from hundreds of proposed sculptures. The monument is so popular that a replica was installed in the town of Beckley. The Conglomerate of Appalachian Mining Interests would like to remind everyone that miners are fairly compensated and there is no evidence that mining poses any additional health risks or significant environmental damage.

    Dick Shale's guided tour

    Miners Monument is a location in Fallout 76.

    Background

    Built to honor the miners of Appalachia in 1952, the modest statue was selected by Miners Representation Union and the Conglomerate of Appalachian Mining Interests out of hundreds of proposed designs. Despite being tucked away in the wilderness, the Monument proved popular enough to expand it with a large parking lot and a fleet of robotic caretakers - which also made it one of the focal points for the anti-automation protests that rocked the region before the Great War.[1]

    Points of interest

    • This small area just off the main highway has little in the way of loot, but includes harvestable rhododendrons and a weapons workbench.

    Notable loot

    Dynamic spawns

    Appearances

    Miners Monument appears in Fallout 76.

    References

    1. Guided tour and set design.