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Once you’re at least level 20, heading from Greentop Nursery to Old Gullet Sinkhole will sometimes trigger the appearance of a UFO in the sky. The UFO crashes, and you can find the crash site south of Beantown Brewery. Look for fire. From the crashed ship, a trail of green blood will lead you into a cave, where an injured alien will attack you. You can loot its body for the Alien Blaster weapon.
In the Far Harbor DLC, you can find Holotapes in the Rock Point Camp that show a man named Bray Husky talking to three men called Luke, Rowan, and Braun. This is a reference to the Wyatt Family stable of WWE wrestlers: Bray Wyatt (who previously used the name Husky Harris), Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, and Braun Strowman.
The Junk item called the “Flux Sensor” has a serial number on the back that matches the ID of the Nostromo, the ship from the movie Alien.
The five game holotapes you can get for the Pip Boy are all references to classic games.
Red Menace is Donkey Kong, Atomic Command is Missile Command, Pipfall is Pitfall, Zeta Invaders is Space Invaders, and Grognak & the Ruby Ruins is similar to The Bard’s Tale, Ultima, or Wasteland.
In Back Street Apparel, you can find a stuffed teddy bear with glasses and a paper on sitting on one of the toilets. This is a reference to the movie Ted.
There is a bar called Prost Bar near Swan’s Lake that has the same layout and design as the bar from the TV show Cheers. Skeletons of the bar’s patrons are scattered throughout the bar, and they all represent characters from the show.
You can unlock new Power Armor paint by completing the quests listed below.
Armor: T-45 Power Armor
Quest: “When Freedom Calls” (Minutemen quest)
Armor: T-51 Power Armor
Quest: “Tradecraft” (Railroad quest)
Paint: Atom Cats
Armor: T-60 Power Armor
Quest: “Atom Cats” (miscellaneous quest)
Paint: Brotherhood of Steel
Armor: T-60 Power Armor
Quest: “Shadow of Steel” (Brotherhood of Steel quest)
Armor: X-01 Power Armor
Quest: “Nuclear Family (Institute quest)
An “experimental plant” you can find is actually the nirnroot plant from the Elder Scrolls series.
In the Minuteman storyline, you’ll eventually gain access to the armory of The Castle. Down there, you’ll find a room with two dead bodies. One is a skeleton chained up inside the wall, visible through a large hole. The other body is next to wine marked “Montressor Amontillado.”
This area is a reference to the short story “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe. In “The Cask of Amontillado” a man named Montresor lures another man into the cellar to taste a rare vintage of amontillado, chains him within a niche in the wall, and bricks up the wall to bury him alive.
If you drop an item and tell your dog companion to fetch it, and then pick up the item at the exact moment he lowers his head to grab it, you will end up with two copies of the item. This allows you to duplicate any item—and by extension, grants you infinite items, infinite money (by selling your duplicated items), and infinite attribute points (by duplicating the “You’re Special!” magazine).
Note: This glitch may be patched in the future.
You can earn infinite fusion cores by joining the Brotherhood of Steel. Proceed through their quests until you become a member, and then do the next quest, “Tour of Duty.” Find a Knight in an isolated location and pickpocket a fusion core from him or her. The Knight will respond by restoring their fusion core, which means you can continue to pickpocket it over and over.
Note: It is recommended that you save each time you pickpocket the fusion core, so you can reload if you’re caught.
If you find a safe with a lock you can pick near a terminal you can hack, you can earn infinite XP by picking the lock, using the terminal to re-lock it, and then picking it again.
Although you can only carry a limited amount of items due to their weight, this only applies to your companions if you trade with them. If you tell your companion to pick up an item, or drop an item from your inventory and then ask them to pick it up, they will be able to carry it without a limit.
You can earn infinite caps during the “Human Error” quest. Play through the quest until you meet Dr. Chambers. Refuse her offer, free the girl, and then talk to Honest Dan. However, after the first set of dialogue options, walk away from him. You should have received 300 caps. Talk to him again to get another 300 caps. You can keep this up as long as you want, until you interact with the second set of dialogue options to end the quest.
Note: This glitch may be patched in the future. It is also recommended that you create a separate save, in case something goes wrong during the quest (such as Honest Dan dying) that makes it impossible to use the glitch.
You can find the classic game holotapes at the following locations:
Red Menace – Check Vault 111’s recreation terminal.
Atomic Command – On the top floor of the Museum of Freedom, search the room where you found Preston Garvey.
Pipfall – Search Fort Hagan.
Zeta Invaders – Buy it in the Marketplace of Diamond City.
Grognak & the Ruby Ruins – Search the basement of the Memory Den in Goodneighbor.
You can earn infinite XP by joining the Brotherhood of Steel. Proceed through their quests until you become a member, and then do the next quest, “Tour of Duty.” After that, make sure you have a long-range sniper rifle that deals at least 50 damage.
Take it to Prydwen, talk to Proctor Quinlan, and ask to help with a patrol. This will give you the “Learning Curve” quest. Set the game’s difficulty to Very Easy and go to the airship’s deck.
From there, use your sniper rifle to kill the member of the Brotherhood you’re supposed to help. It should only take a few headshots. The quest will end. Stay out of sight so the guards don’t attack you, and return to Proctor Quinlan. In addition to the XP you got for killing the Brotherhood member, you’ll now get XP for completing the quest. Proctor Quinlan will then give you the “Learning Curve” quest again, allowing you to repeat this process as many times as you want.
To survive a fall from a large height that would normally kill you, save shortly before you hit the ground. Load the save, and you’ll land as if that was the height you fell from.
You can find Power Armor Frames at the following locations:
Covenant Lake – Search the water near the crashed Vertibird.
Elevated Freeway – Check the area around the crashed Veribird.
Robotics Disposal Ground – Check the area around the crashed Vertibird.
Diamond City – You can get it from Arturo.
Fiddler’s Green Trailer Estates – Unlock a locked trailer and search inside it.
Mass Pike Interchange – Enter the Gunner Camp and look for it.
Poseiden Energy Turbine #18-F – Go to the area with the APCs and check near the crashed plane.
Lexington – Go to the Military Armor Transport and look behind a security door and within the car of a train.
North Wilderness – Go to the Military Armor Transport and look behind a security door and within the car of a train.
Cambridge Outskirts – Go to the Military Checkpoint and check inside a locked cage.
Training Yard – Go to the Military Convoy and check inside the trailer.
Museum of Freedom – You can find this one on the roof, accessed during the “When Freedom Calls” quest from the Minutemen.
National Guard Training Yard – Search the National Guard Armory.
Reverse Satellite Array – Check the dish towers.
Prydwen – Buy it from Teagan.
In order to modswap, you must find/have the following.
- 2 Weapons, one to take mods from, another to put mods on
- access to a weapon workbench, like in Sanctuary or Red Rocket Truck Stop.
Once you have those, go into your workbench and name the weapon you want to take mods from "0", and the weapon you want to put mods on "1". This is done to make this next part easier. Next, Scrap and Modify "0" at the same time. If you do it right, the Scrap Item UI should overlap the Modify Weapon UI. Scrap "0", and select the mod you want. Back out of the Modify menu, and presto! You can use modswapping for things like a Mininuke Minigun, or a Bladed Rocket Ripper.
War Never Changes (10 points) – Enter The Wasteland.
When Freedom Calls (10 points) – Complete “When Freedom Calls.”
Unlikely Valentine (20 points) – Complete “Unlikely Valentine.”
Reunions (20 points) – Complete “Reunions.”
Dangerous Minds (20 points) – Complete “Dangerous Minds.”
Hunter/Hunted (20 points) – Complete “Hunter/Hunted.”
The Molecular Level (20 points) – Complete “The Molecular Level.”
The Nuclear Option (30 points) – Complete “The Nuclear Option.”
Institutionalized (10 points) – Complete “Institutionalized.”
Mankind-Redefined (10 points) – Complete “Mankind-Redefined.”
Powering Up (10 points) – Complete “Powering Up.”
Nuclear Family (30 points) – Complete “Nuclear Family.”
The First Step (10 points) – Join the Minutemen.
Taking Independence (10 points) – Complete “Taking Independence.”
Old Guns (30 points) – Complete “Old Guns.”
Semper Invicta (10 points) – Join the Brotherhood of Steel.
Blind Betrayal (10 points) – Complete “Blind Betrayal.”
Ad Victoriam (30 points) – Complete “Ad Victoriam.”
Tradecraft (10 points) – Join the Railroad.
Underground Undercover (10 points) – Complete “Underground Undercover.”
Rockets’ Red Glare (30 points) – Complete “Rockets’ Red Glare.”
Sanctuary (20 points) – Complete “Sanctuary.”
Community Organizer (20 points) – Ally with 3 Settlements.
Benevolent Leader (20 points) – Reach Maximum Happiness in a Large Settlement.
Gun-For-Hire (20 points) – Complete 10 Side Quests.
Mercenary (30 points) – Complete 50 Misc. Objectives.
Scavver (20 points) – Gather 1000 Resources Used For Crafting.
What’s Yours Is Mine (30 points) – Pick 50 Locks.
RobCo’s Worst Nightmare (30 points) – Hack 50 Terminals.
Armed and Dangerous (30 points) – Create 50 Weapon Mods.
Wasteland D.I.Y. (30 points) – Craft 100 Items.
Never Go It Alone (20 points) – Recruit 5 Separate Companions.
Lovable (20 points) – Reach Maximum Relationship Level with a Companion.
Fix-Er-Upper (20 points) – Build 100 Workshop Items.
Future Retro (10 points) – Play a Holotape Game.
...The Harder They Fall (20 points) – Kill 5 Giant Creatures.
Ranger Corps (40 points) – Discover 100 Locations.
Print’s Not Dead (20 points) – Read 20 Magazines.
Prankster’s Return (10 points) – Placed A Grenade Or Mine While Pickpocketing.
Masshole (20 points) – Kill 300 People.
Animal Control (20 points) – Kill 300 Creatures.
Homerun! (10 points) – Get a Homerun.
Touchdown! (10 points) – Get a Touchdown.
They’re Not Dolls... (10 points) – Collect 10 Vault-Tec Bobbleheads.
...They’re Action Figures (20 points) – Collect 20 Vault-Tec Bobbleheads.
Born Survivor (5 points) – Reach Level 5.
Commonwealth Citizen (10 points) – Reach Level 10.
Unstoppable Wanderer (25 points) – Reach Level 25.
Legend Of The Wastes (50 points) – Reach Level 50.
Prepared for the Future (50 points) – Decide the Fate of the Commonwealth.
“Automatron” DLC achievements
Mechanical Menace (20 points) – Complete “Mechanical Menace.”
Headhunting (20 points) – Complete “Headhunting.”
Restoring Order (20 points) – Complete “Restoring Order.”
Robot Hunter (20 points) – Unlock 10 Robot Mods.
The Most Toys (20 points) – Build 10 Robot Mods.
“Contraptions Workshop” DLC achievements
Show Off (20 points) – Display a weapon on a weapon rack, armor on an armor rack, and power armor in a power armor display.
Time Out (10 points) – Assign a settler to a pillory.
Mass Production (20 points) – Produce 100 objects from your builders.
“Far Harbor” DLC achievements
Far From Home (20 points) – Complete the quest “Far From Home.”
Where You Belong (20 points) – Complete the quest “Where You Belong.”
The Way Life Should Be (20 points) – Complete the quest “The Way Life Should Be.”
Cleansing The Land (20 points) – Complete the quest “Cleansing the Land.”
Close To Home (50 points) – Complete the quest “Close to Home.”
The Islander’s Almanac (10 points) – Collect all issues of “The Islander’s Almanac” magazine.
Hooked (10 points) – Defeat 30 Far Harbor Sea Creatures.
New England Vacationer (10 points) – Discover 20 Far Harbor Locations.
Push Back The Fog (10 points) – Unlock 3 Far Harbor Workshop Locations.
Just Add Saltwater (10 points) – Cook One of the New Far Harbor Recipes.
“Wasteland Workshop” DLC achievements
Docile (15 points) – Have 5 Tamed Creatures in a Settlement.
Instigator (15 points) – Start a Spectated Arena Fight in a Settlement.
Trapper (20 points) – Build One of Every Cage Type.