Fallout 76: Moving Forward

The President’s illness, Football games, life stuff, more stuff, and I haven’t played FO76 much in recent days. I haven’t returned to FO4 yet either but I’m thinking about my how I’ll be move forward with gaming. NTL, I am still playing FO76, about four days during the past week and yesterday my Yordie character reached level 161. I’m doing a few favorite events and not really focused on the latest Seasons track (currently level 27). I’m also still working on my CAMP at Twin Lakes. Following are some pics of the compound behind the main house.

Yordie Sands is a writer

This is a view compound area that’s protected by fencing.

Yordie Sands wrote The Temporal Expeditions

This is a rear view of my house at Twin Lakes.

Yordie Sands is a blogger and author

This is a high overhead view of my CAMP compound.

I’m leaning toward keeping my Fallout 1st subscription at the moment, so I’m hoping that Bethesda will provide some DLC level additions to the game. However, I haven’t attempted to do any Daily Ops yet but may try this run again in the coming weeks.

About Yordie

I'm a blogger and photographer on WordPress. I'm active on Twitter. I'm a U.S. Air Force veteran. I'm a gamer in Fallout series, Skyrim, and other games, including an avatar in Second Life. I wrote the sci-fi novel, The Temporal Expeditions.
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4 Responses to Fallout 76: Moving Forward

  1. Skip D says:

    I built a 2 sim recreation of ancient Ethiopia & Eritrea called Virtual Abyssinia, where I made restored versions of buildings from cities I excavated in those countries years before, Maybe you might remember that.


  2. Skip D says:

    Yordie – I’ve just returned to SL (AbaBrukh Aabye) after years of absence – I looked for you in my friends list but couldn’t find you – have you changed your SL name, or is there some other reason why I wouldn’t be able to find you?


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