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Background[edit | edit source]
Initially Mr. Handies, the Vault-Tec Corporation, specifically those at the Vault-Tec Agricultural Research Center repurposed regular Mr. Handies into Mr. Farmhands, dedicated to growing crops using fertilizer, controlled by their Protectron Supervisors. After the Great War, a Responder known as MacFadden fixed up the facility, and proceeded to reactivate the fleet. Unfortunately, he wasn't any sort of robot technician, lacking in methods on managing the fleet beyond simply reactivating them with help from the Responders. He continued his work, but in doing so, allowed the Farmhands to go rogue, with their supervisors turning the robots loose on anyone who breached the perimeter, as well as other farming areas, in order to replenish both lost units and fertilizer to make the crops grow.
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Mr. Farmhands appear only in Fallout 76.
- Fallout 76 loading screen hints: "The Vault-Tec Agricultural Research Center promised a future of automated, high-tech farming. But sometime after the war, their experimental Mister Farmhands turned that dream into a nightmare."
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