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The Wild Wolf homestead is an unmarked location in the Savage Divide region of Appalachia.[1] It is situated south of Hornwright Estate and east of the Garrahan Mining Headquarters.

Layout

This homestead along Route 93 is on the border between the Savage Divide and the Ash Heap. It consists of an inaccessible gray house, a yellow garage and an open mutfruit greenhouse. Three mutfruit plants can be harvested inside the greenhouse, and there are two pumpkins there, as well. There are several wood piles and logs at the homestead, and scavengers may appear here chopping the wood, or may be dead on arrival. A rusted Pick-R-Up is outside of the garage, and has a wooden crate in its bed.

To the east is a lone farm windmill. To the south is another truck, this one a semi-trailer truck without a trailer. Some tools (lootable junk items are on a makeshift table nearby, and a bicycle and petrified corpse are in the corner as well. Some radstags inhabit the wilderness to the west.

Related quest

  • Event: The Messenger - The Wild Wolf homestead is a possible final destination for the Mr. Messenger in this event, when started in the southern Savage Divide. Upon arriving at the homestead, it may be occupied by both the scavengers and super mutants, who will attack each other.

Notes

The Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide states that the homestead is in the Ash Heap, but it is counted as being part of the Savage Divide in-game.

Appearances

The Wild Wolf homestead appears only in Fallout 76.

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References

  1. Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p. 394: "The Ash Heap (Zone B) - Secondary Locations
    36. Wild Wolf Homestead: A farmhouse, garage, scarecrow, and mutfruit greenhouse await those exploring the southeastern edge of the Ash Heap."
    (Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Atlas of Appalachia)
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