I think that once you get so many raider settlements, you need to have a proper ratio of suppliers for the lazy bums. Garvey is annoying af, is there a way he eventually goes back to liking you? Simply visit Mackenzie, the doctor in the Nuka-Town Market, and accept the Open Season quest. I'm going to try to improve the number of suppliers and will try to edit the page when I start to see a surplus. One last note when considering which faction to support is that the Operators will give up more loot than the other gangs when you grant them a park, so if you like their perk, giving them all five parks and using Home Sweet Home to raise favour with your second favourite faction is the most rewarding path. This is the case now but may not be required if Bethesda patches the game. Getting this one requires thinking a little differently as you have to do some platforming action.
And it seems that if they die, cuz I see them spread across the landscape, it doesn't show as a missing provisioner. Which faction you end up fighting during the ending of Fallout 4: Nuka World is dependent on how much favour you build with each of the three raider factions in Nuka-World, which is in turn determined your actions during two quests: The Grand Tour and Home Sweet Home. The World of Refreshment is a brutal area, and the second you step into its Quantum-filled river you're going to have a fight on your hands, encountering multiple variations of the beefed up Nukalurks and a whole swarm of their wretched spawn. Although Mackenzie makes it sound like you can just quietly murder the gang leaders and continue as normal, attacking any of the leaders enough to upset them will aggro every raider in the park — including Gage, your companion. Clear them out however you feel appropriate, and remember that if you came in through the utility door it makes a great fall back point to chuck grenades from. The video below walks you through finding all 35 Star Cores in the game- do note, however, that some of these may not be accessible in game to you until you have progressed further in the story.
Even if you betray the raiders you still helped them at the start so there is no way to keep Preston as a companion after Nuka World. Losing Standing with Minutemen Peaceful Bullying This 100% requires speech checks and or paying off the Settlers. They need to change the code to look at whether it's a raider or robot, they treat all inhabitants equally. Hidden Cappy Cue Locations Guide One of the best fetch quests in the expansion, and certainly the one with the most character, is the one which has you hunt down the Cappy Cues. From there, jump up again onto the next tier of bushes just to the right of the red stone cliff face.
Once he gets there, he won't be hostile, but will talk to you, and you can then do Open Season to get him to trust you. Magazine 4 Location This magazine is at the Grandchester Mystery Mansion location at the southwest end of the map. Perception Perk: Awareness Rank 2 Requires level 14. You will miss out on the perks, you will lose Porter Gage as a comapanion but you keep Preston this way. You'll Get Two Perks and Additional Rewards After completing the 'Power Play' Quest, you'll be rewarded with the perks of the two factions that did not turn against you and may give the defeated faction's land to another group.
Originally posted by :attention, preston hating you for being a raider scum is not a bug. I went and checked on this raider save and he's back to hating me after around 4 days, but will no longer attack on sight. This is where your remaining mines will come in handy, because at the top of the stairway in front of the metal door there's a nice long straight catwalk that's a perfect spot to set up several layers of mines to make the Assaultron's lives absolutely miserable. Much more fun doing Open Season this way but a helluva lot more work. This is only accessible via the locked hatch 3 on the roof by the orange-and-white metal trailer. Again this is even with simply bullying and 0 violence.
While it could benefit anyone, a melee character that takes damage from enemies that cause rads on a regular basis will benefit most. I've written over a dozen in just a week and plan to continue. You need to get him to tell you a certain sad story the nature of which is withheld to avoid spoilers. You can be a bloodthirsty murderer slaughtering the innocent, you can even do it right in front of him and he'll still come around eventually. I'll get it ironed out and make a page only for that quest and make sure there is ample warning on this page.
Another player reported that yes, you can do it that way. I'm writing a Guide to , piece by piece. Patches: Patches for can be found in the files section which will add ice cold versions of these colas and enable crafting them at vending machines and optionally with liquid nitrogen. Three of the others require you to obtain significant standing with the raider factions. You can pick each of these up while completing The Grand Tour quest, since you have to travel through all these locations anyway, or just head out straight away and grab them before going through the main Nuka World story quest. Ghoulish was already kind of useful for healing lost hp when you have rad damage, but it would bring you up to the cap based upon how much radiation damage had been done. Any kills made with a melee weapon will restore 25% of your.
Avoid the wrath of the one you want to keep friendly by taking them raiding with you during Home Sweet Home. I managed to have it happen just now by rolling back a save - he was the only one who attacked. Gonna playe the Goodie to shoes, play with the goodie to shoes. Endurance Perk: Ghoulish Rank 4 Requires level 50. Originally posted by :bump can someone help me please.