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How To Get Fallout 4 Level 4 Vendors

How To Get Fallout 4 Level 4 Vendors

In Bethesda’s Fallout 4, you can meet certain special settlement vendors, who are essentially merchants that you can come across in the Wasteland and send to your settlements. If you want them to work for you, needless to say, there are a few requirements you need to check off. It is worth the effort since the Fallout 4 tier 4 vendors will sell you far better items than any regular Level 3 vendor would. 

If you are looking for Fallout 4 LVL 4 vendors, specifically how and where to find them, how to hire them, and what you need, here’s a guide to take you through the nitty-gritty:

How to Get Fallout 4 Level 4 Merchants 

While finding and getting Fallout 4 LVL 4 vendors to work for you is not especially hard, there are some requirements you must fulfill to get there. Some recruitments will only open up if you meet a certain minimum population.

So, yes, a little leg work goes into completing the requisites, but if you have what is required, it’s a matter of how and where to locate Fallout 4 merchants and hire them.

Ann Hargraves – Clothing Specialist Level 4

Ann Hargraves - Clothing Specialist Level 4

Anne Hargraves is a viable option if you are looking for Fallout 4 LVL 4 vendors. Anne is one of the people who work at the WRVR broadcast station alongside Rex Goodman and George Cooper. She was a seamstress, crafting costumes for the WRVR radio plays which she and her co-workers would put on. You, the sole survivor, would have the option to recruit Anne to a settlement. Her inventory features laundered denim dresses and eyeglasses. If you assign her to a clothing emporium, she will upgrade the trade post to level 4.

  • How to find her: Make your way to vault 81 to recruit Anne Hargraves. 
  • Requirement: Clothing Emporium (level 3)
  • Population requirement: None
  • How to hire her: Simply strike up a conversation and ask her 

Holt Combes, Rylee and Vault-Tec Rep – General Trader Level 4

Holt Combes, Rylee and Vault-Tec Rep - General Trader Level 4

Fallout 4 tier 4 vendors include general traders such as Holt Combes, Rylee, and the Vault-Tec rep. Holt Combes can be spotted living in Vault 81 in the Commonwealth in 2287. He can be seen “working” with his wife, Alexis, at Fallout 4’s general trading store. He has no special interactions, and his inventory includes vault 81 jumpsuits. Note that the Vault Dweller’s Survival Guide claims that he can be recruited for settlements, but Holt neither has any special shop assigned to him in his NPC file nor any settler variable in place.

  • Where to find Holt Combes: head over to vault 81 to recruit Holt Combes.
  • Population requirement: None
  • Store: Trading Emporium

The Vault-Tec rep served as a door-to-door salesman for Vault-Tec in 2077. After the Great War, he turned into a ghoul, settling down at Goodneighbor’s Hotel Rexford in 2287. Here’s how to find and hire them:

  • Where to find him: Make your way to Goodneighbor to recruit the Vault-Tec Rep.
  • Store: Trading Emporium
  • Population requirement: none

Rylee is a trader from 2287, originating from Vault 81. She can first be located at Longneck Lukowski’s Cannery, arguing with its the-then owner, Theodore Collins. Later Rylee can be found at any unmarked location for random encounters. She can be hired as a Fallout 4 level 4 settlement merchant once the trading emporium is unlocked and built on any settlement with a population of 10 or upwards.

  • How to find them: Rylee the Trader can be encountered in a random encounter
  • Store: Trading Emporium
  • Population requirement: 10 or more

The Scribe – Armor Vendor Level 4 

The Scribe - Armor Vendor Level 4 

The Scribe in Fallout 4 is a randomly encountered vendor in the Commonwealth in 2287. A former member of Brotherhood of Steel, he gradually grew disillusioned with the faction’s leadership following the takeover of Arthur Maxson as Elder in 2283, staunchly asserting that the Brotherhood was becoming too self-serving compared to Owyn Lyons’ comparatively altruistic beliefs. 

“Good to see you again. Are you in a trading mood? I have a few pieces of armor you might be interested in.”

He left the order and traveled the Wasteland as an armor merchant. By the year 2287, the Scribe is looking to settle at a place to establish his trade. If you are in search of Fallout workshop armor merchants, here’s how to go about it:

  • Where to find them: The Scribe can be met during Random Encounter: Workshop Armor Vendor
  • Store: Armor Emporium
  • Population requirement: 10 or more

Smiling Larry – Settlement Weapon Merchant Level 4 

Smiling Larry - Settlement Weapon Merchant Level 4 

Smiling Larry is yet another Fallout 4 merchant. A traveling merchant in the Commonwealth in 2287, Smiling Larry can be recruited as a weapons vendor and subsequently sent to an allied settlement when the total population reaches 30 or upwards. If you ask him about his story, he would say, “People want something, Smiling Larry finds it and brings it to them. The whole Commonwealth knows me.” Smiling Larry will provide you with snipers, pistols, and any other gun of your choice.

  • Where to find them: Smiling Larry can be found during random encounters: Smiling Larry. Here are the encounters you can have:
  1. Walking by the railroad under the rope bridge near Tenpines Bluff
  2. Near Reeb Marina
  3. By the road, south of Cambridge Polymer Labs
  4. Walking by the road southwest of Parsons Creamery
  5. Walking the road, south of Med-Tek Research
  6. Northeast of the Boston Police rationing site at Red Rocket
  • Store: Weapons Emporium
  • Population requirement: 30 or more

Doc Anderson – Clinic Merchant Level 4

Doc Anderson - Clinic Merchant Level 4

Doc Anderson, another Fallout 4 level 4 vendor, is a traveling doctor in the Commonwealth in 2287. She can be recruited soon after a surgery center has been constructed with 20 settlers in linked settlements.

  • Where to find them: Doc Anderson can be spotted during Random Encounter: the Walking Wounded 
  • Store: Surgery Center
  • Population requirement: 20 or more

Ron Staples – Food and Drinks Level 4

Ron Staples - Food and Drinks Level 4

Ron Staples, a viable LVL 4 vendor, is a traveling bartender who can be spotted during a random encounter. If a settlement, or an allied settlement, has a population of over 20, Ron Staples can be recruited as a level 4 trader. If you want food and drinks and don’t want to grind till level 4 vendors, you can use these cheat codes if you are playing on PC.

  • Where to find them: Ron Staples can be encountered during Random Encounter: Time to Party
  • Store: Restaurant
  • Population requirement: 20

Tips to Recruit Fallout 4 Lvl 4 Vendors 

If you want your experience with Fallout 4 LVL 4 vendors to be a breeze, here are some tips to help you out:

  • If you wish to recruit the merchants mentioned above, you will need these perks: Local Leader rank 2, Medic rank 1, Cap Collector rank 2.
  • Try avoiding fast traveling since it will considerably reduce your random encounters.
  • Even if you have the required perks and meet the pollution demands, you could still have to have built the relevant store for which you are hiring beforehand. 
  • Do not make progress in the Mechanical Menace quest since chances are, many of the “fluid” random encounter spots will have Rust Devils instead, thereby bringing down your chances of finding the Scribe and Smiling Larry. 
  • To reach population requirements, you need high charisma. 
  • Have unemployed settlers? Try to build scavenging stations for them to provide them with jobs. You can build the Vault-tec population management terminal to track unemployed settlers without hassle. 
  • All your settlements must be linked with supply chains.

Conclusion 

You often lose out on random encounters, or they might simply get stuck due to bugs. However, the Unofficial Fallout 4 patch ought to fix these issues. The Fallout 4 LVL 4 vendors will aid you more than regular Level 3 shopkeepers, so try to check off as many requirements as possible. Hopefully, the hints, tips, and cues would make them easier to locate and employ.

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