How to Find Rare Mods and Apparel in Fallout 76?
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So, you're looking for a way to spice up your Fallout 76 experience? Look no further! This guide will show you how to find some of the rarest mods and apparel in the game.
First, we'll start off at Watoga Station. Here you'll want to look for Enclave Plasma Mods, specifically the Flamer one. Check both the Train Station Vendor and the Brotherhood of Vendorbot for it. If you manage to find it, it will be extremely rare, so head over to Super Duper or another vendor and check the mod section.
Next, we'll head over to Fort Defiance. Here we're looking for Asylum Uniforms, particularly the Red and Forest ones. These have an extremely low drop chance, but the Pink and Yellow ones are also good to pick up. Just head up to the third floor and check the bunk in front of you, the bench in the bathroom, and the middle bunk in the other room.
Then, we'll make our way to Charleston Station. Here, you'll need to run a little way down the bridge in order to trigger the random encounter spawner. This may spawn enemies, but sometimes you'll get the Responder Trader you're looking for. If you do, they will occasionally sell rare apparel pieces such as the Fisherman's Overalls, the Hunter's Long Coat, the Longshoreman Outfit, the Skiing Outfits, the Clean Ranger Outfit, the Winter Jacket and Jean, and the Straight Jacket Clean.
After that, make your way to Anchor Farm. Here, you'll be looking for the Scavenger Trader. Clear out the Feral Ghouls around the camp site, then head down the road to the barn. Here again, you'll need good RNG to get the trader with the apparel pieces. The items they sell include the Fisherman's Overalls, the Hunter's Long Coat, the Longshoreman Outfit, the Skiing Outfits, the Clean Ranger Outfit, the Winter Jacket and Jean, and the Straight Jacket Clean.
Finally, we'll head to Lady Janet's Soft Serve. Like Charleston Station, there are two random spawns here that may contain the Responder Trader. Clear out the Feral Ghouls and head down the road to the broken bus. Here, you'll need to look out for the Skeleton at the end of the road. If you don't get the trader here, server hop and try again.
That's it! Follow this guide and you'll have no trouble finding Fallout 76 Caps, rare mods and apparel in Fallout 76. Good luck, and happy hunting!
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