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The Settler forager, also known as "Gramps," is a member of the Settlers and potential ally found at Founder's Hall in 2103. He may also be recruited in random encounters.

Background

The forager is an older member of Paige's group who moved to Appalachia in 2103 when word came of the vault dwellers of Vault 76 recolonizing the area and rumors of treasure in one of the vaults in the area as well.

Before the War, the forager was a relatively well-known author. Now that the apocalypse has wiped out many of his job responsibilities, he is looking for a place to settle down and focus on his writing.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character is a ghost. Ghost characters cannot be damaged, and will ignore combat.
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This character is a permanent C.A.M.P. ally.
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This character starts quests. * Marked for Death
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This character is involved in random encounters. Settler forager (camp)

Quests

Other interactions

With Charisma 3+, Intelligence 6+, Luck 8+, or Settler reputation of at least Cooperative, speaking with him will have him ask the residents if they have a place where he can stay for a while. Agreeing to take him in at their C.A.M.P. results in the option to craft a rocking chair for him at the C.A.M.P. Once built, he will arrive at the C.A.M.P. and stay there until his rocking chair is scrapped to make room for another ally, such as Beckett, Sofia Daguerre, or the forager's raider counterpart in the Raider punk, or the Settler wanderer. He will provide generic radiant quests to complete while staying at the C.A.M.P.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items

Appearances

Settler forager appears only in Fallout 76, introduced in the Wastelanders update.


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