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By DocHagan · November 5, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

End-Game Rifle/Pistol Expert

Here’s my attempt at an end-game rifle/pistol build.
There are obviously some utility perks you can switch out at your discretion.
Any and all feedback is appreciated!

Created on November 5, 2018.

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By Damodar · November 5, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Zealot Melee build

Hits Hard
Sneaks nice
Ambush kills instant
If opponent still alive, still lucky eanough…

2 posts, last by Damodar on November 5, 2018.

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By JizBat · November 4, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Workshop Mule – Solo

This build is a hoarders dream. The build is for players who want to take advantage of resources around the map. A good strategy is to place your C.A.M.P near an enemy and lead them back to it, where you can let turrets deal with them.

2 posts, last by Flakpuppy on November 13, 2018.

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By DMFritz · November 6, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Old man with a gun

Just a build that I’ve settled on, based on personal preferences and the fact that I’ll likely be forced to play mostly solo.
The general intention here is to be flexible, able to access any area, and have decent survivability. Decided to focus on a run and gun pistol play style, with a couple perks enhancing V.A.T.S. in order to clear out groups of trash mobs.
I know a lot of folks would argue that you could swap out the lock picking and hacking perks on the fly, which you surely c…

Created on November 6, 2018.

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By TunergiArchoz · November 4, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Heavy Gun & Power Armor Tank Build – Co-op, In-Depth

Hey there, this is my first build but I’ve been tweaking it for a while now and will continue to adjust it based on my experience with it. I will also try to balance it around the endgame: nuked areas, boss enemies and such.

Anyways, tank build: the general idea of this build is to draw and keep the attention of most of the enemies while staying alive as long as possible. The high amount of damage resistance, health regeneration and a few damage perks combined with a good heavy gun and p…

5 posts, last by KAPER on December 17, 2018.

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By Megabiter · November 2, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

The Unstoppable Force – A Detailed Guide

The Unstoppable Force – A Detailed Guide

The Unstoppable Force – A Detailed Guide

Hello fellow Vault Dwellers! Do you like big guns? How about power armor? If you want to wield the greatest destructive force in all the wastelands, then grab your pip-boy and put on your big boy pants, we’re about to get serious!

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Unlike previous version of Fallout, we are now able to change out perk cards on the fly! So before you flame me for not including various perk cards in the stated bui…

39 posts, last by KAPER on December 13, 2018.

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By antsam9 · November 4, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Outdated

This guide is bad and you shouldnt use it.
The biggest enemy of the game is weight. Loot, guns, junk, stims, everything takes up weight, and the idea of this build is to max our your weight capacity so you can focus on playing the game rather than playing the keep or don’t keep game. This build starts off weaker than other builds but ends up in a strong position for end game.
SPECIAL
S: 15 Obviously, focus on the weight perks, this precludes the shotgun and heavy gun perks as there’…

Created on November 4, 2018.

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By DoublesunRUS · November 4, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Heavy Gunner with Power Armor

Just some idea for Power Armor build. Since there is a Stabilized perk exists, I decided to focus on Heavy Guns.
STR: Boost our heavy guns.
PER: Just a placeholder perk.
END: Sun Kissed and Photosynthetic are only work when you are out of combat, so I dont see a point to put 2 points into it.
CHA: I don’t think Bodyguards are good for duo. Philanthropist may be good alternative. For solo build you may take Lone Wanderer.
INT: Antibreak perks are the must. And even with Luck skill Luck of …

2 posts, last by Inflaris on November 25, 2018.

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By Placebon · November 3, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Rebuilder of Civilization (Support)

This is an endgame build for roleplayers.
You represent the re-emergence of civilization. You barter and craft a lot, and when it comes to a fight you always fight in a team with the best weapons money can buy.
With both maximum Charisma and maximum Intelligence, you will never want for resources. You can build powerful weapons and can afford expensive ammo. You should also be able to afford large amounts of explosives and combat drugs for yourself and your teammates. You can use your 15 Charis…

3 posts, last by Jetrpg on November 11, 2018.

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By DoublesunRUS · November 3, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Shotgunner tank

Strong tank with shotgun.
15 Strength: 45% less damage from melee attacks, 60 Damage resist. Shotgun and bashing damage.
3 Perception: Accuracy for shotguns. May switch to picklock when needed.
8 Endurance: 50 Damage and Energy resist. Reduced damage to limbs for melee fight vs stronge beasts.
4 Charisma: Reduce damage and and faster AP regen.
5 Intellect: Guns breaks slower. May switch to any other int perk when needed.
15 Agility: 45 Damage and Energy resist. Almost unbreakable armor, faster …

2 posts, last by gojcaj on November 26, 2018.

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By SantoX · November 5, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Rifle/ Melee Build

Strength: (11 Perk Points)
Perception: (14 Perk Points)
Endurance: (5 Perk Points)
Charisma: (4 Perk Points)
Intelligence: (5 Perk Points)
Agility: (15 Perk Points)
Luck: (2 Perk Points)

Created on November 5, 2018.

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By Neph · November 4, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

The (Unarmed) Train Build

The build is focused on getting a ton of movement speed with power armor and running enemies over. Included run and gun for movement speed while charging at an enemy. The strat is to run into someone (with a pistol out for the extra 20% movement spd), switch weapons and punch them while they are knocked down.

Created on November 4, 2018.

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By DoublesunRUS · November 3, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Close family build

That is the pure support build. You just follow your close friends or family members, keep them alive and loot everything.
With 15 CHA you should share Gunsmith perk with them, so they will have 5 more perk points.
For First Aid perk don’t forget to split all your stimpacks.
Get all mutations.
Use shotguns and act like a tank if you have a lot of mobs around.

2 posts, last by JT on December 11, 2018.

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By AccentWalls · November 5, 2018 · In Fallout 76 Character Builds.

Reliable Starter Build

I found this to a be a reliable character setup that helps a lot with movement and survivability. Maxing out Lead Belly early helps deal with hunger, thirst, and subsequent radiation from consuming most food and drink  items. In addition there’s less need for stimpaks as food and drinks become effective heal items. Lone Wanderer is a no brainer when it comes to solo play, providing damage mitigation and sprint boost via ap regen, which stacks well with Action Boy. Pharmacist is maxed out …

Created on November 5, 2018.

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