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Vault 94
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Map MarkerVault 94
Part ofThe Mire, Appalachia
FactionsVault-Tec Corporation
LeadersPastor Gabriella Salavar
  • Fast travel destination
  • Vault-Tec theme
  • Interior cell
TerminalsVault 94 terminals

Situated on the border between The Mire and The Savage Divide, Vault 94 was once home to a utopian community of Dwellers. Armed with nothing but a stockpile of seeds and the Vault Suits on their backs, these pacifistic people were charged with restoring the Earth’s natural abundance in the wake of the Great War. The Vault’s door rolled open exactly one year after the bombs fell. Those who had been living safely within its confines found the Wasteland, and groups of other survivors on the outside, to be less than welcoming of their arrival. Vault 94 remains, though its inhabitants are long gone, and it has been completely overrun by nature. Yet, something within now threatens its destruction. Daring Appalachian explorers will need to brave many perils if they wish to save Vault 94, find out what became of its former residents, and recover the precious resources hidden within.

— Inside The Vault[1], Fallout 76

Vault 94 is one of the Vaults constructed by the Vault-Tec Corporation. It is located in the Mire region of Appalachia.


Vault 94 was founded on the principles of "faith, nonviolence, and communal life in harmony with nature." Residents were not required to belong to a collective faith; each person was free to walk their own path. The Vault was supplied with an abundance of resources "to restore the bounty of the Earth." It was hoped that the residents would rebuild the belief that humanity is naturally good. [2]

One year after the Great War, on October 23, 2078, the Vault reopened. Following a prayer by Pastor Gabriella Salavar for the victims of the War, she gave her blessing to the Vault ambassadors that were being sent out into Appalachia.[3] Many of these ambassadors found a grisly end at the hands of the raiders of Pleasant Valley, tortured to death or outright killed, then propped up as decorations.[4] Unfortunately for the raiders, the Vault was equipped with a G.E.C.K.. Due to them not knowing what it was, they assumed it was dangerous due to how submissive the Vault dwellers had seemed to be, and decided to blow it up, killing them and creating what came to be known as The Mire almost instantly.[5]

Points of interest

  • The Vault proper was not accessible at release and was added to the game in August 2019, as a four player raid with three different missions rotating on a weekly basis. The raids also have three selectable levels of difficulty, adding a time limit to complete the Vault, increasing rewards, and reward players for completing objectives as well as the whole Vault.
  • The release of the Vault raid coincided with the addition of new features, such as armor set bonuses and unique armor rewards for completing the Vault
  • The exterior areas contain a patch of tato blossoms and a security booth with a caps stash and a first aid box. A cooking station is also in the exterior area. The interior is absolutely overgrown with flora.

Notable loot

  • Bobblehead: ?
  • Caps stash: In the security booth.
Dynamic spawns

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Vault 94 appears only in Fallout 76.


  1. fallout-76-inside-the-vault-vault-94-deep-dive-and-more Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
  2. Vault 94 terminals
  3. Vault 94 terminals
  4. Vault 94 ambassador bodies (identifiable by the editor ID) are found in several places across the Savage Divide, dead.
  5. Vault 94 G.E.C.K. Recording