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Plastic cat bowls and old cat traps (actually repurposed lobster traps) are strewn all throughout the house, and several pots of moldy cat stew can be found in the emaciated kitchen. The upstairs is decayed, with missing floorboards and a hole in the roof above the bedroom. The only point of pride in the house that can be found are the cat head trophies which are proudly displayed near the front door underneath the only working light in the house.
Outside of the house itself, a number of harvestable crops can be found in the fields behind the home. The metal hangar on the property of the farm has two locked doors and containers and is a spawn point for random creatures.
Notes[edit | edit source]
J. Schram's house is referred to as "The Ailurophile's Farm" in the official game guide.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
J. Schram's house appears only in Fallout 76.
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Bugs[edit | edit source]
PC Playstation 4 Xbox One Prior to patch 22.214.171.124, the name on the mailbox was floating above and off of it.[verified]
References[edit | edit source]
- Mailbox in front of the house
- Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p. 326: "The Forest (Zone C) - Secondary Locations
67. The Ailurophile's Farm A small farm with crops, cats, and some interesting trophy heads adorning the home's interior."
(Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Atlas of Appalachia)