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‘Fallout 76’ Purveyor Legendary Vendor - Location & How to Get Legendary Scrip

Fallout 76 has a new Legendary vendor called the Purveyor, and some have already called her one of the best new additions to Bethesda’s controversial game. In this quick guide, we’ll explain how to find the Purveyor, what she does and how you can get the Legendary Scrip she requires.

 

Where is the Purveyor Legendary Vendor in Fallout 76?

The Purveyor is located at the Berkeley Springs Station. It used to be an abandoned area next to the bot enclave, but this new vendor has reopened the area for business. Because of how useful the Purveyor can potentially be, developers made sure it’s not too hard to locate her.

fallout 76 purveyor location The Purveyor is located at the Berkeley Springs Station, which is plainly marked on your map. Bethesda Softworks/BADCompanySarge @ YouTube

 

What does the Purveyor do?

If you stop by any train station in Fallout 76, you’ll find Legendary Exchange terminals that break down your unwanted Legendary items into a new currency called Legendary Scrip. The Purveyor deals exclusively in Legendary Scrip. So, if you want goods from her, you’ll have to break some Legendary weapons or armor down first. Just be aware that each character can only carry a maximum of 1,000 Scrip at a rate of 150 Scrip per day. Breaking down beyond that point gets you nothing.

Fallout 76 legendary exchange machine Legendary Exchange Machines let you scrap items for Scrip. Bethesda Softworks/BADCompanySarge @ YouTube

In fact, you’ll likely have to break down multiple items just to get one Purveyor roll. A Legendary melee weapon, for example, costs 100 Scrip and the single largest possible item exchange is 40 Scrip for one three-star weapon.

fallout 76 purveyor location inventory At the Purveyor you can select broad categories of items for each roll. Bethesda Softworks

The other major catch with the Purveyor is that her rolls are completely random. While you can select from general armor categories or weapon types, be aware that you may not always get what you want. Sometimes you might pick up that three-star Scout Armor you desire, but other times you may leave with a Legendary Shovel. For those who’ve played games like Destiny before, making use of the Purveyor is a bit like buying a Fated Engram to get an Exotic. That being said, as long as you’re willing to occasionally scrap good stuff, this new Vendor can potentially save you dozens of hours of grind.

Fallout 76 is available now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

What are your thoughts on the Purveyor in Fallout 76? Have your first few rolls been productive? Tell us in the comments section!

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