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Known as the "Mire" by survivors of Appalachia, this swampy region is home to twisting vines, large tree canopies, and tall grass. All easy places for things to hide...Fallout 76 loading screen

The Mire is one of the six regions of Appalachia in 2102.

BackgroundEdit

Known as the "Mire" by the survivors of Appalachia, this swampy region is home to twisting vines, large tree canopies, and tall grass due to an incident involving a raider attack and a G.E.C.K. explosion at Vault 94.[1] All easy places for things to hide. Tread deeper into the dark swamp, and you may find mutated plants known as "strangler" vines that infest the Mire. They attach to living things, notably the large trees in the area. The Mire is also home to the Dyer Chemical plant, which originally produced animal feed and other phosphates used for nearby farms.

Being a swampy environment, a plethora of plant life has grown in the Mire since the end of the Great War, giving cover to the mutant creatures that lurk through the waters. Strange vines have overtaken the area, giving thick foliage to navigate through and making the Mire the darkest region at night. Those without a map are advised to stick to the remnants of the highway. Traces of human life are sparse, separated by stretches of dense forest and swampland. The largest settlement was Harpers Ferry, once a hotbed of Free States activity and discord between the anarchist movement and the more patriotic visitors to the area. The Free States chose what would become the Mire for their settlement based on its isolation and remoteness.

LayoutEdit

The Mire is in the northeastern portion of Appalachia.

AppearancesEdit

The Mire appears only in Fallout 76.

ReferencesEdit

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