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The Bethesda studio emphasized the Purveyor, the very first organic NPC (Non-Player Character) that isn’t outright hostile in the game of Fallout 76, this effectively going against the original idea “no NPCs allowed”. In Fallout 76 game, Purveyor would be a very successful high-end vendor because she only deals in Fallout 76 legendary weapons.

Fallout 76′s Purveyor will pop up on 16th May 2019, although being originally slated for release a week later, on 23rd. In fact, she is one of the Mole Miners that the Vault Dwellers previously came across but, unlike the rest of them, she is not hostile at all.

Those Fallout 76 players who are looking to enhance their arsenal with a bunch of legendary weapons probably should look no further as the Purveyor will only purchase legendaries and only just take legendary scrip as currency. The Fallout 76 Exchange Machines that showed up at train stations in the latest patch should serve as a decent source of this pretty rare currency but the gamers will need to break down their legendaries to get it.

Berkeley Springs, the abandoned train station will be the location of this legendary vendor and she will sell different quality legendary weapon and Fallout 76 power armor at different prices.

There would be a pile of RNB involved, therefore, players might find this frustrating as the only indications they get for purchasing an item is the number of legendary attributes represented by the number of the stars next to the item’s name and whether it’s a random armor piece, ranged or melee weapon.

And in the game, the Purveyor is the first NPC that players can interact with and is not a robot anymore, eventually putting somewhat of a stop to the horrendous idea Bethesda had when they claimed Fallout 76 wouldn’t have any NPCs to interact with.

On the other side, it does not look like players will have any conversation options, cause the Mole Miners do not really communicate the method we do. One hint towards the lack of interactions is the Purveyor’s supposed name, which is Murmrgh.

Unfortunately, it still does not excuse the lazy work of completely foregoing a proper storyline and other RPG (Role-Playing Game) elements in favor of MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online)-like checklists and fetch quests.

For more in-depth description of Purveyor and her goods, now you can go to the official post.

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