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Fallon's department store is a location in the Commonwealth in 2287. It is located near Milton General Hospital, south of Fairline Hill Estates, and west of West Roxbury station. The store was the flagship store for Fallon's before the Great War.[1]

The whole building, as well as the area outside it, is occupied by super mutants. However, the various dead raiders lying around the department store suggests the raiders may have formerly taken up base here before being overrun.

Layout

The basement has the remains of a well-looted jewelry store, with six safes in a hidden room accessible by hitting a button under the northwest[2] corner of the central sales desk. A Protectron is in the southwest corner. The first floor has exterior entrances in the southeast and northwest, a lighting store in the east central section, a clothing store to the west, and bathrooms to the north.

The second floor has a kitchen area on the east side, a bathroom showcase on the west side with a Protectron in a locked room next to it, and a cafe and some bathrooms at the north end. The third floor consists of a clothing store to the west and a bar to the north. A Protectron is in the southeast corner.

A distress signal radio broadcast originates from the jewelry department in the basement. Extending the satellite dishes at relay tower 0SC-527 is required to hear this signal.

Notable loot

  • Over 50 clothes hangers - Found throughout the store.
  • Over 50 shopping baskets - Found throughout the store.
  • Fallon's storage key - In the basement. In the middle of the level inside a square made of counters is a Master-locked safe, with a Railroad sign behind a counter next to it pointing up and to the right. Next to that sign under the counter to the right is a button that will open a secret cache to the southwest. A toolbox in the secret room contains this storage key, which will open all six safes in the room.
  • A Stealth Boy - On the first floor in the southwestern section, in a locked booth. Also lootable from an adjoining booth.
  • An eyebot model kit - On the second floor in the western section, in a Novice-locked closet with a Protectron pod. The closet door is marked "Employees Only."
  • La Coiffe issue #1 - On the third floor in the heptagon-shaped room, near a steamer trunk.
  • A bottlecap mine - On the third floor south of the heptagon-shaped room, in a small room.
  • A fusion core - On the roof. It can be found by using the ladder/hatch in one of the third-floor closets. It can also be directly accessed from the outside of the building by ascending the stairs along the northern exterior. The door is marked "Restricted Area."
  • Creation Club Ten Santa costumes and ten Sexy Santa costumes - In a shipping container at the back of the store.
  • Creation Club Shipment of decorations - In a shipping container at the back of the store.
  • Creation Club Shipment of toys - In a shipping container at the back of the store.

Related quests

Notes

  • Other branches of Fallon's department store can be found throughout the Commonwealth, including locations at General Atomics Galleria, Concord, Monsignor Plaza, Diamond City market, and on the ground floor of Faneuil Hall.
  • One of the bathroom stalls on the first floor contains a stepladder apparently used by a voyeur who was taking pictures over the wall into the next stall when the bombs fell, as indicated by the dropped camera and skeletal remains draped over the stall.
  • When at this location, companions make comments, which are activated at two locations: by the escalators and by the fountain.
Location comments
Character Specific location Comment
Cait By the escalators "What's with these weird metal stairs?"
By the fountain "How come these things never have statues of naked blokes?"
Codsworth By the escalators "Ah, I do so miss shopping expeditions."
By the fountain "This fountain is quite the visual respite."
Curie By the escalators "Oh, shopping!"
By the fountain ""
Danse By the escalators "I believe this automated staircase was used to convey individuals from one floor to the next. The epitome of laziness."
By the fountain "This fountain is just another example of the waste and excess of pre-war America."
Deacon By the escalators "Nothing like the smell of commerce."
By the fountain ""
John Hancock By the escalators "This some sort of "moving target" thing?"
By the fountain "Now this is my kinda art."
Robert MacCready By the escalators "Hurry, I heard they had a two-for-one sale in the men's department!"
By the fountain "Should I throw a cap in and make a wish?"
Nick Valentine By the escalators "They really would do anything to avoid walking back then, wouldn't they?"
By the fountain "I expect all the blood in here's a recent addition."
Piper Wright By the escalators "Bet this was where all the fashionable folks of Boston came in its day."
By the fountain "Was there a ban on depicting anything other than an old general, a lion, or an angry-looking naked lady back then?"
Preston Garvey By the escalators "Just look at this place... How many clothes did people need back in the old days?"
By the fountain "A little over the top, don't you think?"
X6-88 By the escalators "Maybe we should install these in the Institute. They look useful."
By the fountain "It must have been quite a chore to keep this communal drinking basin clean."

Appearances

The Fallon's department store chain appears only in Fallout 4.

Bugs

Playstation 4Playstation 4 Xbox OneXbox One When wearing power armor, it is possible to get stuck on the counter directly above the button that opens the secret basement room. The only way to escape is to revert to a previous save.[verified]

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References

  1. Boston Airport ruins terminal entries; Fallon's department store
  2. Due to a bug, this may appear to be northeast if wearing power armor. Other compass references in the article may appear to be incorrect.
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