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Live & Love is a perk magazine in Fallout 76.


Live & Love is a pre-War magazine series dedicated to lifestyle and relationships, covering cultural events such as the "Nuke-the-Man" festival or health advice such as achieving sobriety. The cover art for the magazine depicts thematic imagery from each magazine. Issues of Live & Love cost $39 per copy.


Reading an issue of Live & Love will temporarily give a unique bonus, such as increased experience gained or increased damage. Generally, the effects only apply to player characters who have joined a group. All bonuses expire after 30 minutes (60 minutes with Curator), and the magazine is consumed once read.

Issues of Live & Love are affected by Pannapictagraphist and will emit directional audio when the player character is in range.

Magazine issues

Editor ID Issue Perk Form ID
LiveAndLove01 #1 Life Long Best Friends! +10 maximum health when in a team 00432CC1
LiveAndLove02 #2 Nuke-the-Man! +5% damage when in a team 00432CC4
LiveAndLove03 #3 Trim the Fat! +50% healing from veggies and fruits 00432CC7
LiveAndLove04 #4 The Secretary Charmer +10 AP Regen when in a team 00432CCA
LiveAndLove05 #5 Talk Yourself Sober +2 luck under the influence of alcohol 00432CCD
LiveAndLove06 #6 Advice From Married Men +10 Damage Resistance when in a team 00432CD0
LiveAndLove07 #7 Beware the Man Handler +10 max AP when in a team 00432CD3
LiveAndLove08 #8 An Experience to Remember +5% XP for one hour when in a team 00432CD6
LiveAndLove09 #9 I Married a Robot Take 25% less damage from robots 00432CD9



  • The Live & Love magazines in Fallout 76 share identical titles and cover art from Fallout 4; however, the bonuses they provide are all slightly different and have a temporary effect duration of only one hour.
  • Most of the issues have torn off covers. The Art of Fallout 4 has clean versions of the issues where the full text and issue numbers, if they have them, can be read.
  • The description of Live & Love #3 is misleading. It not only provides +50% healing, but it also increases the bonuses gained from fruit or vegetable foods.

Behind the scenes

The second character from the left on the cover of "Nuke-The-Man!" is based on Bethesda Softworks artist Nathan Purkeypile.[1]


Cover images


  1. Nate Purkeypile on Twitter: "A fun Fallout fact that most people don't know... This is me. :)"