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Watoga Shopping Plaza

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Watoga Shopping Plaza
F76 Watoga Shopping Plaza 3.png
Site
Part ofWatoga, Cranberry Bog
Overview
Crafting
MerchantsVendor Bot Phoenix
Enemies
  • Robots
  • Chance for normal spawns
  • Chance for scorched variant spawns
  • Technical
    Keywords
  • Fast travel destination
  • Wealthy theme
  • Large loot scale
  • Cranberry Bog location
  • Dungeon
  • Point of Interest
  • Clearable
  • TerminalsWatoga Shopping Plaza terminals
     
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    Watoga Shopping Plaza is a location in Fallout 76.

    Background

    Occupying the entire northeastern part of Watoga, the shopping plaza was devoted to providing the rich, affluent denizens of the automated city with top quality merchandise - in theory. In practice, it turned out that money cannot buy good taste or judgement and the items on sale tended to be the most worthless, cheap quality items on the market, sold at inflated prices to clueless denizens of the city.[1]

    Points of interest

    • The plaza occupies the entire northeastern quadrant, bounded by the AMS headquarters plaza to the west and the monorail station and high school to the south. There are numerous shops scattered across the district, though only a few are notable. The most important is the Super Duper Mart in the center, at the ground floor of the high rise, which contains Vendor Bot Phoenix, the sole Brotherhood vendor in the game.
    • The northwestern section contains the Watoga Real Estate office, complete with enticing offers for buying property in the city, Miller's Appliances to the northwest, and Stuart's Department just across the throughway. Adjacent to the Department store is a Hubris Comics n'Toys store, with a bobblehead spawn point, and Slocum's Joe joint just against the wall.
    • The northeastern section is occupied by a large park overlooking the cleared stretches of the Watoga National Park, with garden terraces and a bandstand full of instruments for four players to gain the Well Tuned perk.
    • The southern edge of the district contains the sealed Fresh Soil Restaurant and Cranberry Heights, and a solitary Drumlin Diner with a cooking station, locked safe, and a power armor spawn just outside.

    Notable loot

    Power armor
    • Just outside the Drumlin Diner, to the east.
    Bobbleheads
    • In the Hubris Comic store.
    Magazines
    • Two spawns in Slocum Joe's.
    Holotapes and notes
    • BoS Report - Watoga Plaza: The holotape is on the register counter inside the Hubris Comics and Toys Store.
    • Women's Dresses: The note is located on a back counter of the clothing store north of the Hubris Comics and Toys Store.
    • Men's Suits: The note is located on a back counter of the clothing store north of the Hubris Comics and Toys Store.
    Dynamic spawns

    Appearances

    Watoga Shopping Plaza appears in Fallout 76.

    References