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Raider armor Edit

Added a verification request to the raider armor in notable loot as it was likely a legendary raider and therefore random.

Location shown on map is wrong Edit

The map location shown for this location is wrong. It is the default fast-travel location of the Starlight Drive in, before making it into a settlement, and as far as I can tell, way off the proper location. I have not located this place yet, but have located the drive in. HalloweenWeed (talk) 17:33, January 17, 2016 (UTC)

Well, it is at the arrow in the left bottom corner, not the other arrow. This could need a better location image. --Alfwyn (talk) 17:35, January 17, 2016 (UTC)
Ah, it is obscured by the wide-screen "letterboxing" done by the web page, which leaves only the arrow at the drive-in as a noticeable landmark. HalloweenWeed (talk) 18:11, January 17, 2016 (UTC)
Fallout 4 Wiki Letterboxing FO4 map Federal ration stockpile location

Letterboxing of photos on Wikia site

HalloweenWeed (talk) 19:23, January 17, 2016 (UTC)

no local map? Edit

There's a picture of one, so obviously it exists. I'd visited this location before being given a quest to kill the raiders here for the Minutemen. When I was here before I didn't go through the locked doors because I wasn't able to hack a computer of that level. I still can't, so I can't seem to get to Red. The article implies I can go around somehow, but I can't figure out where Red is, I went through the tunnels to the room at the end with the turret and red lighting, but can't find any bodies, just the remains of the turret. I've still got the quest marker to kill the raiders here, so obviously I haven't gotten to Red yet, but when I look on my local map for a door I might have missed or something, it's just completely black with a couple of markers on it. Obax42 (talk) 15:53, July 9, 2016 (UTC)

I think I just found the way forward, literally as soon as I posted that... But I've still got no local map, dunno if that's a bug or what. Obax42 (talk) 15:54, July 9, 2016 (UTC)
And now the local map is back. So basically you can ignore me... Obax42 (talk) 16:05, July 9, 2016 (UTC)

More Fusion Cores... Edit

In this location, I found the following fusion cores: 1. In the power armor in the surface camp (has anyone actually seen the armor spawn without a core? My understanding is that with no core the raider would not occupy the armor...which would seem to defeat the purpose of its placement here...encouraging the player to use stealth) 1. In the fusion generator in the surface camp 4. In an Ammo box hidden underneath a number of crates just a bit before the stairs up to the surface camp. I cannot believe this would be a random drop.

For a total of 6 fusion cores in this area. Jaguara333 (talk) 21:01, December 5, 2016 (UTC)

4 fusion cores and 4 mini nukes in ammo boxes are a random generation. And have been since the first patch. Great Mara (talk) 21:06, December 5, 2016 (UTC)

The notable loot section... Edit

...seems to include two different items called "Federal ration stockpile password". I found the password item on the corpse of the boss, but couldn't find a paper note version anywhere. Does it actually exist in the game, or is it cut content? Aya42 (talk) 18:35, January 18, 2018 (UTC)

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