Raising luck for idiot savant can neat you lots of xp and higher luck can turn you into a crit/ap machine.
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|4 ||3 ||1 ||4 ||37 ||Escape Artist || ||C ||4 ||3 ||1 ||4 ||1 ||2 ||1 ||picklock The build looks great and I love that you’ve included a leveling guide, Very nice I think this would work good for me. ||8 ||A |
And while I've looked over all the perks and got a idea of how to spend my points, I figured I'd get some other opinions on it incase there are better options. The VATS Sniper build makes the lone wanderer the deadliest marksman of the wastes.
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Additionally, while it is great to throw out a bunch of random Stats and Perks, I almost never see a level-by-level plan for how to reach that complete perk set.
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Check the reddit.
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|4 ||3 ||1 ||1 ||14 I might let him tag along. ||P Been following the levelling guide for this build, but when I booted up today, it looked (for example, all the lines are similar) like this: ||8 |
|5 ||Lifegiver 2 ||2 The latter two will require a perk spent in Charisma Training and Endurance Training, respectively. ||9 |
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The Lone Wanderer is the player character in Fallout 3.
They were brought to Vault 101 by their father James after his/her mother Catherine died from child birth.
Much like the Rifleman build, this one too focuses on high AP and a knowledge of combat in rifles and with crafting these items.
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There are probably more but I stopped trying to follow it after the 2nd one.
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| ||E Trying this guide, level 4 i can pick intelligence hacker however it wants me to select from a group of perk cards which are not in the guide. ||3 ||1 ChemicalBacon. ||1 ||L ||Scrounger ||4 ||1 This changes both the clean and dirty versions of this bike. ||9 |
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|3 Lone Wanderer* – Definitely worth it if you disdain using companions. |
Pharma Farma is not an Agility skill, but a Luck skill.
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High agi helps with it a lot and has other very useful perks for sneaking.
|Strong Back 3 ||4 With low agi and without those perks I'd just go loud. It seems that the player character needs to fast travel or wait a certain amount of time for the effects of the Lone Wanderer perk to take effect (i.e. ||8 ||Strong Back 2 Lone Wanderer. || || ||Rifleman 2 ||1 Sometimes, after reviewing an interesting build, I come to discover that most of the selected cards are only available much later in the game (e.g. Note: at level 31 Starched Genes (Rank 2) will be in place and time can be spent on getting Chameleon and/or any other mutations that seem worthwhile. ||3 ||S ||2 ||11 Idiot savant reward work best at low int or high int. ||3 || ||S ||6 ||6 Of course there may be extra cards gained through Perk Packs that speed up the process or fill additional interim slots. ||5 ||4 ||2 By and large the best perks have been picked but to flesh out the build until level sixty - and beyond - consider grabbing Bloody Mess, Lone Wanderer and Life Giver. ||8 ||4 ||9 ||4 ||9 |
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I was able to read it yesterday just fine now I cannot.
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Is it just me, or has the formatting changed?
Here's what I'm thinking of going with. As for Dogmeat not counting as a companion, I didn't know that.
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