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Pi Mu House
F76 Fraternity Row.pngF76 Pi Mu House.png
Part ofFraternity Row, Morgantown, The Forest
QuestsWasted on Nukashine
TerminalsPi Mu House terminals

Pi Mu House is a location in Fallout 76.


The house of the archetypal U.S. male fraternity, that is, brash, loud, and constantly in conflict with the University authorities, the Pi Mu House was trashed during an eviction party before the Great War and remained that way ever since. Why was it called an eviction party? After the frat members vandalized the Vault Boy statue in the heart of the university, the dean had enough and decided to evict the fraternity. As usual, Ted Dorfman, the fraternity's president, took the warnings in his own, special way, and elected to celebrate the eviction with a vicious party. It seems, however, that the batch of Nukashine brought to bear was a little too potent.[1]

Points of interest

  • The fraternity house has three floors, all filled with trash, party gear, and dead bodies. The party was quite intense. Feral ghouls inhabit the area and are quite ornery. The target of the Wasted on Nukashine quest is upstairs: The Nukashine message on Ted Dorfman's terminal upstairs, next to a bottle of suspicious blue elixir...

Notable loot

Holotapes and Notes
Potential magazines
  • A random magazine may spawn on the lower shelf of the broken bookshelf in the basement.
Other Loot
Dynamic spawns

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Pi Mu House appears in Fallout 76.