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Federal Ration Stockpile Bunkers

Description

The "Federal Ration Stockpile" iconFederal Ration Stockpile is a location in the Commonwealth in the year 2287, encountered in the video game Fallout 4.

Background / History

Constructed by the United States government before the Great War, the stockpile was designed to secure food supplies in crisis situations. Security measures included strict identification protocols for all personnel. However, the discovery of a hidden tunnel compromised the facility’s security, leading to its capture by raiders led by Red Tourette post-War.

Society

Previously controlled by the U.S. government and military, the site is currently occupied by raiders.

Layout

The stockpile consists of an above-ground section with deteriorated shacks and an underground bunker. The underground area, accessed through a secure door requiring a password, includes a main storage section and Red Tourette’s personal quarters. An alternate entrance is available via the "Lonely Chapel" iconLonely Chapel.

Inhabitants

The stockpile is home to approximately ten raiders, including their leader, Red Tourette.

Notable Loot

  • Exterior: Partial power armor, fusion core.
  • Interior: Stealth Boy, Fat Man, three Nuka-Cola Quantums, mini nuke, U.S. Covert Operations Manual, various personal notes, stockpile password and key, additional fusion core, Nuka-Cherry, crafting components.

Related Quests

Notes

  • Raider conflicts with nearby "Beantown Brewery" iconBeantown Brewery are recorded in Red Tourette’s logs.
  • Encounters with a behemoth and additional loot sites are noted in the vicinity.

Appearances

Creatures

While the stockpile itself does not house creatures, nearby areas feature a behemoth and potentially other hostiles dependent on the player’s level.

Bugs

  • Instances of power armor bugs affecting gameplay.
  • Red Tourette’s body may disappear post-mortem, potentially impacting quest progression.

Trivia

The location’s editor ID (POIJoel01) suggests it was designed by Joel Burgess, a level designer for the game.

Interactive Map Locations

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