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'''Wild Appalachia''' is an upcoming content drop encompassing additional events, quests, and challenges that will be added to ''Fallout 76''. It is the PvE (Player vs. Environment) equivalent of the [[Survival (Fallout 76)|Survival]] mode intended for PvP (Player vs. Player). Wild Appalachia will span several months and be implemented through weekly updates.
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'''Wild Appalachia''' is a content drop encompassing additional events, quests, and challenges that will be added to ''Fallout 76''. It is the PvE (Player vs. Environment) equivalent of the [[Survival (Fallout 76)|Survival]] mode intended for PvP (Player vs. Player). Wild Appalachia spanned from March 12 and May 23, adding new quests, new features, and of course, a new mode: [[survival (Fallout 76)|Survival]]. It was followed up by [[Nuclear Winter (Fallout 76)|Nuclear Winter]].
   
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The first patch, called Patch 7 in this series of content, was [[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.0.8|patch 1.1.0.8]] releasing a day late on March 13. Patch 7.5, or [[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.1.2|patch 1.1.1.2]], was released on March 26 and introduced changes to the existing Adventure mode and added Survival mode in beta. Patch 8, or [[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.2.7|Patch 1.1.2.7]], was released on April 9 and further introduced the Sheepsquatch questline that culminates to the Encryptid event, as well as several other side quests exploring strange happenings around Appalachia. Patch 8.5, or [[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.3.11|Patch 1.1.3.11]], saw release on April 23 after being delayed from the previous patch and included the [[ProSnap Deluxe camera]] and accompanying quest [[Bucket List]]. Patch 9, or [[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.4.3|Patch 1.1.4.3]] saw release on May 7. Patch 9.5, or [[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.5.4]] saw release on May 21, with the Wild Appalachia series of content officially concluding on May 23.<ref>[https://fallout.bethesda.net/en/article/5Ri0eXAqfcYRC8dLq3qKk5/fallout-76-inside-the-vault-wild-appalachia-concludes]</ref>
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==Past==
 
   
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==Content overview==
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;Tagline: Welcome to Wild Appalachia. A mythical beast, a lost generation of scouts, and the strongest brew this side of the wasteland.
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* '''March 12: New Feature - [[Fallout 76 crafting|Brewing & Distilling]]:''' Discover the secrets of forbidden brew [[Nukashine]] and bring new brewing and distilling systems to the CAMP. ([[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.0.8|Patch 1.1.0.8]])
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* '''March 19: New Event - [[Event: Fasnacht Parade|Fasnacht Parade]].''' Join the festivities at [[Helvetia]] to chase Old Man Winter away and hasten the arrival of spring. This is a new limited-time event yielding unique new Fasnacht masks.
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* '''March 26: New Mode - [[Survival (Fallout 76)|Survival]].''' This new game mode brings a higher-stakes PvP experience with fewer restrictions, increased rewards, and new challenges. ([[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.1.2|Patch 1.1.1.2]])
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* '''April 9: New Quest - Shear Terror!''' Uncover the '[[Event: Encryptid|encryptid]]' secrets of [[Appalachia]] in a new series of quests and encounters to separate monsters from myths. ([[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.2.7|Patch 1.1.2.7]])
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** New quests: [[Lying Lowe]], [[Baa Baa Black Sheep]], [[The Lowe-Down]], [[Wolf in Sheep's Clothing]], culminating in the repeatable [[Event: Encryptid]].
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** New minor quests: [[Unsolved: Picnic Panic]], [[Unsolved: Death and Taxidermy]], [[Unsolved: Best of Intentions]], [[Unsolved: Tracking Terror]]
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** New unique items: [[Pearly Peepers]], [[The Fixer]]
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** New locations: [[Van Lowe Taxidermy]], [[Pylon Ambush Site]]
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**New cryptids: [[Sheepsquatches]] (added in the last week of April).
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* '''April 16: New dungeon: [[The Burrows]].''' A new dungeon located beneath Harper's Ferry, where players follow the trail of an [[Appalachian Brotherhood of Steel]] squad sent into the muck below ground.
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** New quest: [[Waste Management]]
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** New unique item: [[The Gutter]]
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** New location: [[The Burrows]]
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* '''April 23: New Feature - Camera.''' New usable tool and associated achievements. ([[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.3.11|Patch 1.1.3.11]])
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**A usable [[ProSnap Deluxe camera]]
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**New quest: [[Bucket List]] quest.
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* '''May 7: New Feature - Player Vending and CAMP decorating.''' Build vending machines at CAMPs and use items from the stash for decorations. Pushed back due to technical troubles with implementing player-controlled vendors. ([[Fallout 76 patch 1.1.4.3|Patch 1.1.4.3]])
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* '''May 7: New Quests and Feature - Ever Upwards!''' Journey to the deepest reaches of the woods with new stories for the legendary [[Pioneer Scouts]] to earn merit badges, climb the ranks, and receive a customizable backpack system for increased utility.
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**New quest(s): [[The Order of the Tadpole]] and five Tadpole tests.
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**Customizable backpacks unlocked during the quest.
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**Lots of new Pioneer Scout outfits and headgear.
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* '''May 16: New Feature - Legendary Vendor.''' Locate the mysterious [[Purveyor Murmrgh|Purveyor]] to exchange and scrap unwanted legendary items for new legendary gear. For every star rating on a legendary item scrapped, players increase their chances to get the legendary weapon or armor they want.
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* '''May 21: New [[Event: Project Paradise]].''' Explore the secret underground section of [[Arktos Pharma]], with three cavernous artificial biomes to explore and high level enemies to confront.
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==Gallery==
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;Content roadmap
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Fallout 76 content roadmap 2019.jpg
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;Screenshots
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<gallery>
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File:Fallout_76_Brewing_and_Distilling_1550857302.png
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File:Fallout_76_Camera_1550857304.png
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File:Fallout_76_Ever_Upwards_1550857307.png
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File:Fallout_76_Fasnacht_Parade_1550857308.png
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File:FO76 FasnachtMasks.jpg
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File:Fallout_76_Player_Vending_1550857309.png
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File:Fallout_76_Shear_Terror_1550857310.png
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File:Fallout_76_Survival_1550857310.png
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File:Fallout_76_Welcome_To_Wild_Appalachia_1550857311.png
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File:Wild Appalachia TheNukashine.jpg
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File:FO76_ShearTerror02.jpg
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File:FO76 ProSnap Deluxe Camera.jpg
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File:FO76 The Burrows Alt.jpg
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File:FO76 The Burrows.jpg
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File:FO76 Backpack Concepts.jpg|Backpack concept art
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File:FO76 Pioneer Scouts Tadpole Poster.jpg
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File:FO76 Camp Lewis Boathouse.jpg
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File:FO76 In Game Backpacks.jpg
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File:FO76 Legendary Exchange.png
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File:FO76 Player Vending.png
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File:F76ProjectParadise1.jpg
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File:F76ProjectParadise2.jpg
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</gallery>
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;Trailer
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Wild Appalachia is a content drop encompassing additional events, quests, and challenges that will be added to Fallout 76. It is the PvE (Player vs. Environment) equivalent of the Survival mode intended for PvP (Player vs. Player). Wild Appalachia spanned from March 12 and May 23, adding new quests, new features, and of course, a new mode: Survival. It was followed up by Nuclear Winter.

The first patch, called Patch 7 in this series of content, was patch 1.1.0.8 releasing a day late on March 13. Patch 7.5, or patch 1.1.1.2, was released on March 26 and introduced changes to the existing Adventure mode and added Survival mode in beta. Patch 8, or Patch 1.1.2.7, was released on April 9 and further introduced the Sheepsquatch questline that culminates to the Encryptid event, as well as several other side quests exploring strange happenings around Appalachia. Patch 8.5, or Patch 1.1.3.11, saw release on April 23 after being delayed from the previous patch and included the ProSnap Deluxe camera and accompanying quest Bucket List. Patch 9, or Patch 1.1.4.3 saw release on May 7. Patch 9.5, or Fallout 76 patch 1.1.5.4 saw release on May 21, with the Wild Appalachia series of content officially concluding on May 23.[1]

Content overview

Tagline
Welcome to Wild Appalachia. A mythical beast, a lost generation of scouts, and the strongest brew this side of the wasteland.

Gallery

Content roadmap
Screenshots
Trailer

References