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This page lists all conditions in Fallout 76.
  • The content is not described in full detail on this page. For details, please see the respective articles.
  • For conditions in other Fallout games, please see "Condition."
  • For an overview of Fallout 76 content, please refer to "Portal:Fallout 76."
 
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Condition can refer to two things — either the condition of the character or the condition of their equipment.

Character conditionEdit

The most common character conditions found in Fallout 76 are poisons from Chems or from the environment, and damage from combat. Fallout 76 is currently the only game besides Fallout 4 in the Fallout series to include diseases.

PoisonedEdit

See also: Addiction

InjuriesEdit

NeedsEdit

Similar to Fallout 4's Survival mode, player characters in Fallout 76 need food and water to survive. Depriving any of those needs will result in negative effects, while adequately satisfying them grants temporary positive effects.

FoodEdit

Range Name Effect(s) Base ID
 % - 100% Well Fed Max HP +25, Disease resistance +25%
 % - % Fed Max HP +25, Disease resistance +25%
 % - % Famished
0% - % Starving AP reduction -50%, HP -0.25, Disease resistance -50%

WaterEdit

Range Name Effect(s) Base ID
 % - 100% Well Hydrated AP Regen +25, Disease resistance +25%
 % - % Parched

SleepEdit

Unlike Fallout 4, sleeping is not necessary for survival in Fallout 76. However, sleeping in a bed or sleeping bag for 30 seconds will grant the player character the effects of Rested.

Name Effect(s) Time Base ID
Rested XP +5% 60min

InstrumentsEdit

Playing any musical instrument in Fallout 76 for 30 seconds will grant the player character the effects of Well Tuned.

Name Effect(s) Time Base ID
Well Tuned AP Regen +5% 60min

DiseasesEdit

Main article: Fallout 76 diseases

Similar to Fallout 4 survival mode, Fallout 76 features diseases the player character can contract. Each disease has negative effects, such as periodically increasing hunger.

MutationsEdit

Main article: Fallout 76 mutations

Fallout 76 also features mutations that have a chance of occurring on exposure to radiation from consumables, creature attacks, and irradiated zones. Mutations have a chance of being cured with RadAway. To protect desired mutations from RadAway, player characters can equip the second rank of the perk Starched Genes.

Queen of the hunt rewardsEdit

Upon successful completion of the Queen of the Hunt daily quest, the player will receive a 4 hour long damage increase towards whichever cryptid they identified.

OtherEdit

Equipment conditionEdit

Equipment condition returns in Fallout 76 from Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. The condition of equipment affects its value and its damage or protection. Unlike in previous games, armor and weapons can be repaired using junk and crafting components at an armor workbench or weapons workbench. Equipment cannot repaired without a workbench.

ValueEdit

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DamageEdit

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Armor protectionEdit

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Equipment degradationEdit

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