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The Charleston Herald building is a location in the city of Charleston in Appalachia in 2102.

LayoutEdit

The Herald is a prominent feature of the downtown, although much of the building is now in ruins. The ground floor can be freely entered, but to enter the upper floors players need to take the improvised staircase, as the elevators are out of order.

The Charleston Herald is a tall building in the center of Charleston which became the start point for the Responders physical exam after the War. The building can be entered via a makeshift ramp in the lobby which leads upstairs.

The Fire Breathers physical exam terminal can be found on the second floor. It marks the start of the physical exam course and sits next to a fridge, wood pile and cooking station. Several containers of boiled water are stored in the fridge to hydrate those taking the test.

The third floor contains the offices of reporters Quinn Carter and William Breyer. Carter's office contains three holotapes and a locked wall safe (Picklock 2). Breyer’s office door is locked (Picklock 0) and inside is a typewriter in a cardboard box and a locked wall safe (Picklock 1). An emergency exit on this floor leads outside where there’s a skeleton sitting on a deck chair. A laser tripwire here is rigged to explode when triggered.

The fourth floor houses chief editor Overbey’s office. A holotape and news article sit on the editor’s desk beside his terminal. An emergency exit on this floor leads to a balcony with a makeshift wooden bridge connected to the building next door. It is not possible to climb any higher as the stairs to the next floor are blocked by a destroyed ceiling.

Notable lootEdit

Holotapes and notes
Plans
  • Random weapon plan - On a cabinet next to the picture frame in the back corner of Overbey's office.

AppearancesEdit

The Charleston Herald building appears only in Fallout 76.

Behind the scenesEdit

While the building itself is fictional, the Charleston Herald is based on the real-life Charleston Gazette-Mail. The "Herald" part of name may have been taken from The Register-Herald, another morning daily newspaper but based in real-life Beckley, West Virginia.

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