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Elizabeth "Libby" Wen is an employee of the Blue Ridge Caravan Company at Big Bend Tunnel.

Background

Libby can occasionally be the guard of the caravan leading brahmin through Big Bend Tunnel during the event Riding Shotgun. She mentions that her family lives in a camp "closer to the capitol."[1] During a conversation with Carver Timmerman, she explains that she wanted to get away from her family, as she was not comfortable in there and thinks that her abilities with guns would be better used escorting caravans.[2]

She also mentions that her parents both had military backgrounds. Her dad was a member of the US Marines before the Great War, and living with him was like always being around a drill sergeant, even after the bombs dropped. She claims that her mother was "no better," and that she used to escort caravans as well. As for her brother and sister, Libby thinks they are more than enough to keep their camp protected.[2]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is involved in quests.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Blue Ridge Caravan outfit Pump action shotgun

Appearances

Libby Wen appears in Fallout 76, introduced in the Wastelanders update.

References

  1. Vault Dweller: "Where are you from?"
    Libby Wen: "Originally? Pretty far from here, closer to the capitol. My family has a camp there, but these days I'm mostly traveling with the caravan."
    (Libby Wen's dialogue)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Libby Wen: "Honestly? I just needed a reason to get away from my family for a while. I guess I can count myself lucky to have any family at all... But, I never really found my place with them. My dad was a Marine, and in a way he still is. Like living with a drill sergeant. Mom is no better, she had a military background, too. My brother and sister are more than enough for helping the camp. Not for me. I've always been good at shooting, so I may as well get paid for it."
    (Libby Wen's dialogue)
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