Treasury notes are a type of representative money issued by the United States government under authority of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act since July 14, 1890. They are miscellaneous items in the Fallout 76 update Wastelanders.
A ten bullion note signed by Regist of the Treasury William Rosecrans and Treasurer of the United States James N. Huston with the last name of Union General George Henry Thomas. The note is of a Series 1890 design which features an extremely ornate design on the back. The intent of this was to make counterfeiting much more difficult, but opponents of the design argued that the extensive detail would make it more difficult to distinguish between genuine and counterfeit notes. Consequently, the reverse designs were simplified on the Series 1891 Treasury Notes issued the following year.
After the completion of the Wastelanders main questline, treasury notes are rewarded for completing events and daily Wastelanders quests.
- All public events (marked with a exclamation point (!) in the hexagon) reward the listed amounts of treasury notes upon successful completion:
- Very easy and easy difficulty events reward two treasury notes.
- Medium difficulty events reward three treasury notes.
- Hard difficulty events reward four treasury notes.
- Riding Shotgun is not listed as a public event, but still rewards treasury notes upon completion.
- Treasury notes can also be gained by completing the Settler and Raider daily quests, in addition to the other Wastelanders daily quest.
Behind the scenesEdit
The treasury note is one that doesn't actually exist in real-life. Along with the entire design conflicting with the real-life ten-dollar treasury note, several other differences can be spotted.
- General Philip Sheridan is depicted on the real-life version. The treasury note in-game features a picture of The Capitol Building and General George Henry Thomas' last name in the frame.
- The real treasury note specifies that the owner can be paid in "Ten Dollars in coin." Instead, any mention of dollar or coins is replaced with "Bullion" in Algerian typeface.
- The seal of the United States Treasury is extremely large, like an original 1890 one or two-dollar treasury note.