Fallout 76: How to Get Legendary Modules & What They’re Used For
With the release of the Fallout 76 Steel Reign update, players now have a whole new Legendary Crafting system. This allows players to transform normal items into Legendary variants, re-roll their existing legendary gear and even downgrade their existing legendary items. To use this new system, you’ll need Legendary Cores as well as Fallout 76 Legendary Modules, but how do you get them?
Getting Legendary Modules in Fallout 76
Legendary Modules can be purchased from Purveyor Murmrgh for 50 Scrip at The Rusty Pick bar in the ash heap. She’s on the left-hand side as you walk in, underneath a sign that says ‘Fun Stuff.’
Scrip can be earned as a reward for Nuclear Winter quests, Daily Quests, Daily Ops, reaching certain ranks on the Season Scoreboard, and for trading in legendary items to the Legendary Exchange machines found at train stations across Appalachia.
Keep in mind that you will need a gas mask or hazmat suit to get The Rusty Pick; you can pick one up from the Charleston Fire Department in the Overseer’s cache in the main lobby of the building.
What Legendary Modules Are Used For
Legendary Modules are used in the Legendary Crafting system introduced as part of the Steel Reign update.
Players can head to an Armor or Weapons Workbench and use their Legendary Modules (and Legendary Cores) to turn normal items into legendary items, re-roll your existing legendary items’ attributes, and upgrade or downgrade their star-ratings.
This also applies to Power Armor, which can be modified in the exact same way, though you’ll need to go to a Power Armor station to do so instead.
As such Legendary Modules (and Cores) are very important for ensuring you’re strong enough to take on current end game content, as well as future expansions.
That’s everything you need to know on Fallout 76 Legendary Modules. For more tips, tricks and guides, head over to our wiki.
'Fallout 76' Crafting Explained: How to Get Legendary Cores and Legendary Modules
Fallout 76 has refined the way its crafting system works with its latest update, Steel Reign. Now, players are able to transform their standard equipment into legendary gear, provided that they have the right components.
The Steel Reign expansion for Fallout 76 adds several quests that will wrap up the game's ongoing Brotherhood of Steel storyline, with branching paths and multiple endings. The decisions you made in the previous DLC, Steel Dawn, will carry over into the new missions and characters will even remember your decisions, meaning that you will get a totally personalized conclusion.
Legendary Crafting Explained
While the story content is Steel Reign's headline attraction, there are also a few other things it introduces, most notably the legendary crafting system.
A long-requested feature, this allows you to finally improve your obsolete loot, by upgrading it to either a 1-star, 2-star, 3-star, or 4-star tier. Not only that, but you will also be able to "reroll" your current legendary items as many times as you want, in the hope of getting random attributes that better suit your play style. Of course, doing so will completely strip away any existing status effects on those items, so be careful not to gamble with anything that you are attached to.
Legendary crafting can be done with almost any weapon or piece of apparel in the game (including power armor) and all you need to do to get started is head over to a workbench. It's far simpler than a lot of other systems in the game as well, given that the crafting components you need will always be the same, no matter what piece of equipment you are upgrading. You will only ever spend legendary modules and the legendary cores, although the quantities you need of each will vary depending on what tier you are crafting.
Speaking to Newsweek about this at a round table interview, Mark Tucker, design director for Fallout 76, said: "We simplified the system quite a bit. We originally had multiple types of crafting components that fed into the system and players were frustrated because some of the lower-tier components didn't have any utility once you had graduated to the 3-star loot.
"So, we talked about it and [decided] to make it one crafting component that gives players really good agency over how they want to spend it. Do they want to spend fewer cores and get the lower tier [items] or do they want to save up for the 3 stars?"
Where to Find Legendary Modules in 'Fallout 76'
If you have been a steadfast Fallout 76 player since launch, then you will likely already know how to get your hands on legendary modules, as the components have been around since 2019. However, if you are jumping into the Appalachia wasteland for the very first time, or the Steel Reign update has encouraged you to give Bethesda's live service another shot, then here is a quick catchup.
The only way to get legendary modules is to purchase them from Purveyor Murmrgh, a merchant who is located at The Rusty Pick. This miner's tavern can be found in the southwest corner of the map, in the "Ash Heap" region.
Murmrgh will sell you legendary modules for "scrip," which is an in-game currency that you can earn by completing daily quests and daily ops, or by trading in items at exchange machines. Each legendary module will set you back 50 scrip.
Where to Find Legendary Cores in 'Fallout 76'
Legendary cores are a new addition to Fallout 76, and they cannot simply be purchased. Instead, you will have to do some legwork to earn the crafting component, by participating in either public events, season events or daily ops. The more difficult the event, the more parts you will be rewarded with.
Speaking about the rationale behind this, Tucker said: "We put more emphasis on some of the public events that we don't see as much player engagement with. We know they're fun and we often get feedback [that] players want to do them but there's no one else around to play with.
"A lot of players will figure out what's the best use of my time to get my reward and [so] we're making sure to push better rewards for the more challenging events. One of the ways we're doing that is with our legendary cores for crafting".
In other words, legendary cores are currently being offered as an incentive for you to try out the tougher public events. You can find the legendary core drop rate for each event on the Fallout wiki, but the item is rewarded most prolifically in "A Colossal Problem," with eight cores being added to your inventory upon the mission's completion.
Other bountiful sources of legendary cores include the public events "Encryptid" and "Campfire Tales," as well as the daily op "Decryption".
Steel Reign is a free update for those who already own a copy of Fallout 76. The game will also be getting another major expansion in 2022, in the form of The Pitt. Newsweek recently spoke to Jeff Gardiner, lead producer for Fallout 76, to find out more about what this will entail.
Fallout 76 Legendary Modules | How to Use
In Fallout 76, all Legendary Weapons and Armor all are made up of Legendary Modules. In addition, these hard to find items are also required to craft a lot of Fallout 76’s high-level end game gear. But there’s a problem, players can only find these high-valued modules in one place. That said, here’s where to find Fallout 76 Legendary Modules and what you can do with them.
Where to Find Legendary Modules in Fallout 76
To find Legendary Modules in Fallout 76, you simply need to grab a gas mask or hazmat suit and head into the ash heap to The Rusty Pick bar. If you don’t have a gas mask, you can find one in the Charleston Fire Department in the Overseer’s cache in the main lobby when you first walk into the building. Once on location, as shown below, head inside and talk to a curious vendor called Purveyor Murmrgh.
You can’t miss her, once you are inside the bar she’s going to be on your left side and looks sort of like a mole. Moving on, Murmrgh sells Legendary Modules for Legendary Scrip, which is a new currency that was recently added in the Wild Appalachia update. But, if you don’t have any Scrip on hand, you can get some by trading your unwanted Legendary items at exchange machines found at various train stations across the map. You can also earn Scrip by doing Nuclear Winter and daily quests.
Now that you know where you can get the Fallout 76 Legendary Modules, it is time to explain what you can get with them and why you’d want to use them. Mainly, as we mentioned earlier these Legendary Modules are required for pretty much all end game gear. Furthermore, you can find a few examples of high-level gear that require the modules down below.
- Plasma Caster
- Gauss Minigun
- Gauss Pistol
- Gauss Shotgun
Overall, Fallout 76 Legendary Modules are essential if you want to craft any powerful end game gear. With that in mind, we recommend saving your Modules until you are absolutely sure what items you want to craft, as it is one heck of a grind to get more.
Furthermore, we also recommend checking out some of our other articles for more on Fallout 76, especially our guide on how to get an Ammo Converter. Good luck, Vault Dweller.
Fallout games have always been pretty complex, and it is very easy to see why. Each Fallout title is huge, and there are very complex mechanics in the game which must be learned in order to progress in it. Even though Fallout 76 has been out for quite some time, there are still some things which cause confusion for many players. One is how to properly use legendary modules.
These legendary modules seem very promising, especially since they cost so much. Yet, even after purchasing them, not that many players can even open them or use them.
Using Legendary Modules – Fallout 76
So, what is the deal with these legendary modules, and why is there no information on how to use them? Well, the game doesn’t do a good job of prompting you or giving you a blueprint on how to use them.
In any case, let’s get down to business. Here’s how to use the legendary modules in Fallout 76.
- The first thing that you need to do, is do some vault raids. From those, you must ensure that you get plans for three items: strangler, thorns, and the solar armor.
- After getting those plans, make sure that they’re in your inventory. Open your inventory and then go to Items > Notes. Find all of the notes that you found and learn them.
- Next, go to an Armor Workbench near you. If you don’t have one, build one.
- Go to Vault 94 armor, and then craft each of the items from the plans that you have learnt from the vault raids.
Yes, it is a bit of unconventional the way that legendary modules work in Fallout 76, but like I said once before, Fallout games do tend to be a bit complex, and maybe a bit unorthodox.
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