Vendor bot Wallace was originally stationed in Harpers Ferry, with a porch storefront that could be found in the second map-visible street from the northeast edge of town. His location consisted of a veranda with two picnic tables, umbrellas deployed. Wallace walked back and forth in this area at all times of day and night, regardless of the presence of enemies.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is a vendor.||
- Any wood, metal, Marine, and trapper pieces.
- Components (bulk)
- Gears, oil, screws, springs.
- Various alcoholic drinks and packaged food. Includes mountain honey moonshine.
- Weapons (melee)
- Super sledge, pipe wrench, knuckles, frag mines, pole hook, meat hook, Ripper, Shishkebab, switchblade, tire iron, shovel, Bowie knife, death tambo, drill, fire axe, pitchfork, war drum, multi-purpose axe, knife, lead pipe, machete.
- Weapons (ranged)
- Harpoon gun, lever-action rifle, double-barrel shotgun, railway rifle, the Dragon, black powder pistol, black powder blunderbuss, light machine gun, single action revolver, missile launcher, assault rifle, combat shotgun, hunting rifle, laser gun, minigun, Gatling gun, flare gun, crossbow.
- Weapon plans
- Workshop plans
- Plan: Assorted lights
- Plan: Barn building set
- Plan: Brahmin pen
- Plan: Brick building set
- Plan: Cabinets
- Plan: Communism posters
- Plan: Floor safe
- Plan: Large toolbox
- Plan: Locker
- Plan: Metal tables
- Plan: Modern cloth chairs
- Plan: Modern tables
- Plan: Office chairs
- Plan: Rustic tables
- Plan: Street lights
- Plan: Wood stove
- Plan: Wooden barn doors
- Plan: Wooden rocking chairs
- "You think Federal regulations keep you safe but all it does is cede power to bureaucrats."
- "You looking to buy? Everything is tax free."
- "Freedom means freedom. Not controlled by some central authority."
- "The U.S. Government cannot be trusted. Live free or die."
- "You're in Free States Territory now. No government interference here."
Vendor bot Wallace appears only in Fallout 76.
Behind the scenes
Wallace will sometimes say, "the U.S. government cannot be trusted. Live free or die." The latter sentence is the state motto of New Hampshire, adopted in 1945.