Friendly Blessings (Lucky Cleric)

A Fallout 76 Build by MayaMaple865.


Author: MayaMaple865
Votes: +2 (100% positiv)
Created: June 12, 2019 at 9:59 pm
Updated: June 14, 2019 at 9:05 pm
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We will overcome – together! This team-based support build focuses on the power of friendship, the gift of wisdom, and the blessing of supernatural luck.

Despite your affinity for good fortune, you will be very squishy, so make sure to stay stocked up on Stimpaks and keep your Power Armor in good condition. Legendary armor will be of great benefit, especially Unyielding. A couple pieces of Life Saving armor may also be, well, life saving, and can free up a point of Agility by replacing Born Survivor. Most importantly, remember to rely on your friends!

Customize perks based on your play style/weapon of choice. Due to low Endurance, ranged weapons are highly recommended. Snipers will obviously fare much better than CQ players, so I’ve spec’d this build to focus on rifles. If “run n’ gun” is more your cup of tea, you can put fewer points into perception in favor of Agility and take perks appropriate to your choice of handgun/SMG.

If you really want a melee build, however, you could shift a few points around here and there to buff your Strength. For example, putting points from Perception and Agility into Strength instead, then taking the appropriate perks and mutations (Healing Factor, Twisted Muscles, etc.). Alternatively, focusing on higher Agility might work in your favor; get the Speed Demon mutation and channel your inner Muhammad Ali. If you are health management savvy, Evasive will help you capitalize even further on your low-HP bonuses. Whatever your decision, if you plan on using mutations then you’ll need to take Starched Genes for the greatest benefit, but I leave the choice of perk substitution up to you.

At 51+, you can focus on perks to improve your DR and crafting/repair bonuses.

Lastly, thank you so much for reading! This is my very first build, and I hope you like it. I am open to tips and constructive criticism, but I ask that you please be polite in your response.

May you always be in good company as you explore Appalachia!

June 12, 2019 at 9:59 pm

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Hello MayMaple, thank you very much for you build. I am always happy to see people participating and having fun and .. think about others more than about them ourselves.
I am not expert, but as level 200 I believe I learned a bit during process. Let me warn you about few mistakes you are going to make with this build.
First, you CAN change perks during play. This means, situational perks like CHEMIST or SUPER DUPER are useless during fight/teamwork, and you will get much better playtime if you replace them with something doing something outside of crafting. You WILL equip them JUST before you going to craft (and replace them again after you are done with crafting).
Another issue I am facing during gameplay, I sell/drop/give to newbies like 50+ both stimpacks and radaways. That said, there is no need to make radaway more efficient. Just use 2-3-4. Got plenty anyway.
Next ..what weapon you are going to use? It is nice to spam heal others, but from mine experience, best heal is dead enemy…
I hope this small note will help you improve your deck and enjoy Fa76 a bit more 🙂


Ermag, thank you SO MUCH for your help! You’re absolutely right about RadAway, although I’ve had a difficult time keeping Stimpaks lately.

I thought about what you said, and reworked it a little to reflect combat readiness. I’m not really that great at communication, so it helps a lot that you pointed this out. I was so laser-focused on benevolence while creating this build that I completely forgot about survivability 😛 In that vein, following your advice, I decided to give an example and went with rifles (that’s not gonna help the low carry weight, though). This has turned out to be more of a glass cannon than originally intended, but at least they have some teeth now 🙂

I made my first character on PS4 during the beta, and bought a copy shortly after release. I don’t play often so she’s only level 48, but her SPECIAL allocation is an absolute hodgepodge of carry weight perks – for back when we only had 200 units of storage in our stashes. I recently started a new char on PC based on the Mobile SMG Combat Medic build here and I’m really liking it, which is what motivated me to try creating my own build.

I just wish there was a way to make it temporarily private, since I know it’s not really that good… After the weekend is over, I’ll come back and continue to work on it.

Funny thing is, I have been playing RPGs for decades, and I’m passionate about the games I play, but I’m still a novice in many ways. Without the hand-holding of a class system, I’ve only just started focusing on serious character building instead of “whatever sounds fun/good at the time.” Classless character customization (and infinite levelling, like in FO4) spoiled me rotten 😉

Anyways, I’m rambling and it’s getting late. Thanks again, hope you have a good one!

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