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How to Style Clara Sun Woo Tops for Every Occasion
Clara Sun Woo tops are known for their comfortable and stylish designs, making them a versatile addition to any wardrobe. Whether you’re dressing up for a special event or going for a casual day out, these tops can be easily styled to suit any occasion. In this article, we will explore different ways to style Clara Sun Woo tops for various events, helping you make the most of your wardrobe.
Casual Chic: Dressing Down with Clara Sun Woo Tops
When it comes to casual occasions, Clara Sun Woo tops offer endless possibilities. Pairing them with jeans or leggings is a go-to option for a laid-back yet stylish look. Opt for a flowy tunic top and match it with slim-fit jeans or jeggings for an effortless outfit that exudes comfort and style. Complete the look with sneakers or sandals, depending on the weather and your personal preference.
For a more polished casual look, try layering your Clara Sun Woo top with a denim jacket or cardigan. This adds an extra layer of warmth while adding dimension to your outfit. Accessorize with statement earrings or a dainty necklace to elevate the overall look.
Office Ready: Styling Clara Sun Woo Tops for Work
Clara Sun Woo tops can easily transition from casual wear to office-appropriate attire. For a professional yet fashionable look, pair a solid-colored blouse with tailored trousers or a pencil skirt. The simplicity of the top allows you to experiment with bold prints or textures in your bottoms while maintaining an overall polished appearance.
To add more sophistication to your office ensemble, consider layering your Clara Sun Woo top under a blazer or structured jacket. This not only enhances your outfit but also keeps you warm in air-conditioned environments.
Glamorous Evenings: Elevating Your Style
Clara Sun Woo tops can also be styled for glamorous evenings and special events. Opt for a sequined or embellished top to make a statement. Pair it with a chic skirt, whether it’s a flowy maxi skirt or a sleek pencil skirt, to create a head-turning look. Complete your outfit with high heels and minimal accessories to let the top take center stage.
If you prefer a more classic evening look, choose a Clara Sun Woo top in an elegant fabric such as silk or satin. Pair it with tailored trousers or a fitted skirt for a sophisticated ensemble. Add some sparkle with statement jewelry and finish off the look with heels or dressy flats.
Weekend Getaways: Effortless Style on the Go
When you’re heading out for a weekend getaway, comfort is key without compromising style. Clara Sun Woo tops are perfect for this purpose. Opt for travel-friendly fabrics that resist wrinkles and can be easily packed in your suitcase.
Pair your Clara Sun Woo top with comfortable pants or leggings for long journeys. Layer it under a cozy cardigan or lightweight jacket for unpredictable weather conditions. Accessorize with sunglasses and a spacious tote bag to complete your effortless yet stylish travel look.
In conclusion, Clara Sun Woo tops are versatile pieces that can be styled for any occasion – from casual outings to formal events. With their comfortable fabrics and trendy designs, these tops offer endless possibilities when it comes to creating stylish outfits. By following these styling tips, you’ll be able to make the most of your Clara Sun Woo tops and always step out in style.
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Rarely Affectionate (Part 2) is a Companion Mission for Clara in Honkai: Star Rail. Check out how to unlock this mission, its walkthrough, the rewards for completion, and all choices in this guide!
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Rarely Affectionate (Part 2) Information
Part 2 of clara's companion mission.
Rarely Affectionate (Part 2) is Clara's Companion Mission. We continue where we left off from Part 1 of Clara's Companion Mission. This time, we explore how the robot, Pascal, is doing. After you complete all of Clara's Companion Missions, she'll appear on the Astral Express to visit!
How to Unlock Rarely Affectionate (Part 2)
Unlock requirements, complete rarely affectionate (part 1) mission.
Rarely Affectionate (Part 2) can be unlocked once you reach Trailblaze Level 34 or above and have completed the Rarely Affectionate (Part 1) mission.
Rarely Affectionate (Part 1)
Complete Sinners Misled, Credence Falsified
You cannot obtain this quest if you have not finished the Trailblazer Quest Sinners Misled, Credence Falsified .
Additionally, this quest only unlocks once a Daily Reset has occurred post-completion of the aforementioned Trailblazer Quest.
Rarely Affectionate (Part 2) Walkthrough
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At the climax of the quest, Svarog and Clara will disagree on whether Pascal should be reformatted and integrated into the base network or not.
Side with Svarog
If you decide to go with this, you and Clara will stay at Pascal's side, holding their hand in their final moments.
Choosing this option will have Svarog reformat Pascal and integrate him into the base network, and you will obtain the quest Wish You Were Here after another Server Reset .
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Side with Clara
However, this comes at a high risk as the muddled data will not be removed and Pascal's limited memory will be completely overwritten by it. This will require Clara to keep a close monitor on Pascal to not let them harm other people again.
Choosing this option will have Svarog install the new data on Pascal and you will obtain the quest No One Is Answering after another Server Reset .
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Get the Flower Made From Scrap Iron
After clearing either ''No One Is Answering'' or ''Wish You Were Here'', you'll get a message after Server Reset from Clara telling you that the little robots left behind a gift for you in the Tampering Workshop. When you get there and inspect a table at the side, it'll you'll get the Flower Made From Scrap Iron!
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Rarely Affectionate (Part 2) Rewards
Astral express visitor unlock - clara.
Completing the mission, regardless of which one you side with , will allow Clara to become a visitor aboard the Astral Express. Now, whenever you go back to the Astral Express, there will be a chance to run into Clara and interact with her.
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Rarely Affectionate (Part 2)
Rarely Affectionate (Part 2) is the second half of Clara ’s Companion Mission in Honkai: Star Rail, and it wraps up the situation with the part-stealing robot.
The Companion Mission should automatically pop up when you’re far enough in the Xianzhou Luofu Trailblaze Mission, but there are some specific triggers you should be aware of if the mission takes too long to appear.
How to Unlock Rarely Affectionate (Part 2)
If you’ve completed the Sinners Mislead, Credence Falsified section of the Windswept Wanderlust Trailblaze Mission, Clara will send you a text message to start up this continuation. This can only happen after you’ve finished Rarely Affectionate (Part 1) .
The malfunctioning robot, now named Pascal , is still in need of a few repairs. Svarog has his own solution to avoid future malfunctions, but Clara wants to try a different method of helping out.
Head over to the machine graveyard to find another shell for Pascal, just like in the first part of the mission. You’ll eventually come across an Automaton Direwolf that needs to be defeated in battle. You’ve faced plenty before, but remember that it’s weak to Ice , Lightning , and Imaginary attacks.
You’ll automatically get teleported back to Svarog after the battle. Once you Pascal’s shell, the robot will run off to Rivet Town. A misunderstanding will put you in another battle – this time with an Automaton Grizzly . It’s weak to Fire , Ice , and Lightning . Follow Pascal to the next location in Rivet Town after the fight ends.
Investigate the small workshop area at the end of the path to find out more about Pascal’s odd behavior. Then, return to Svarog to discuss the situation.
Side with Clara or Svarog
According to Svarog, Pascal can be fully repaired if he’s formatted and integrated into the robot network, but this method will remove his emotional intelligence.
Clara suggests that a lock can be installed on Pascal’s core while new programs are integrated into his system, keeping his emotional intelligence intact. Svarog believes that the new programs will become corrupted without a full format.
You’ll need to convince either Clara or Svarog to go along with the other’s idea. Speak to Clara to convince her to listen to Svarog, or speak to Svarog to convince him to go with Clara’s plan.
Your decision will bring an end to this Companion Mission, and Clara can now appear on the Astral Express for additional conversations.
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Return to the Parlor Car on the Astral Express to trigger a new text message from Clara, then wait one day to unlock a new Adventure Mission that acts as a conclusion to Rarely Affectionate.
If you sided with Clara, you’ll earn The Lifecycle of Software Objects Achievement in the next quest, and if you agreed with Svarog, the follow-up quest will net you the For a Breath I Tarry Achievement.
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Rarely Affectionate (Part 2)
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- 1 Acquisition
- 3 Gameplay Notes
- 4.1 Receive a message from Clara
- 4.2 Check with Clara on how the robot is doing
- 4.3 Head to the machine graveyard with Clara to look for a suitable shell
- 4.4 Return to Svarog's Base and fix Pascal
- 4.5 Follow Pascal, who had run away
- 4.6 Follow Pascal
- 4.7 Keep following Pascal
- 4.8 Investigate the Tempering Workshop
- 4.9 Continue investigating the Tempering Workshop
- 4.10 Return to the Base with Clara
- 4.11 Convince Clara or Svarog to take up the other's plan and decide on Pascal's fate
- 4.12 Post-Mission
- 5 Other Languages
- 6 Change History
Acquisition [ ]
After reaching Trailblaze Level 34 and completing Trailblaze Mission Sinners Misled, Credence Falsified , read the message from Clara .
- Check with Clara on how the robot is doing
- Head to the machine graveyard with Clara to look for a suitable shell
- Return to Svarog's Base and fix Pascal
- Follow Pascal, who had run away
- Follow Pascal
- Keep following Pascal
- Investigate the Tempering Workshop
- Continue investigating the Tempering Workshop
- Return to the Base with Clara
- Convince Clara or Svarog to take up the other's plan and decide on Pascal's fate
Gameplay Notes [ ]
- Siding with Svarog unlocks Wish You Were Here , which grants the achievement For a Breath I Tarry .
- Siding with Clara unlocks No One Is Answering , which grants the achievement The Lifecycle of Software Objects .
- Upon completing this mission, Clara will become a visitor to the Astral Express .
Dialogue [ ]
Receive a message from clara [ ].
Check with Clara on how the robot is doing [ ]
Head to the machine graveyard with Clara to look for a suitable shell [ ]
Return to svarog's base and fix pascal [ ], follow pascal, who had run away [ ], follow pascal [ ], keep following pascal [ ], investigate the tempering workshop [ ], continue investigating the tempering workshop [ ], return to the base with clara [ ], convince clara or svarog to take up the other's plan and decide on pascal's fate [ ].
- Svarog's Idea
- Clara's Idea
Post-Mission [ ]
Other languages [ ], change history [ ].
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How to complete Rarely Affectionate Part 2 companion quest in Honkai Star Rail
A quest that will get you thinking.
As you progress through time and space in Honkai: Star Rail , you’ll find yourself completing companion missions for plenty of the folk you meet. Once you complete enough of these, the characters will regularly board the Astral Express and simply hang out. And, of course, you’ll get some rewards for your time, too.
Clara is the compassionate little girl who knows a lot about robots, and is guarded by a big brute known as Svarog. In her companion mission, ‘Rarely Affectionate’ , Clara rescues a small robot known as Pascal and attempts to fix it. During Part 2 of this mission, we’ve been asked to go see how her and Pascal are doing. So to get started on the next step, here’s how to complete Clara’s companion quest, Rarely Affectionate Part 2, in Honkai Star Rail .
How to unlock Rarely Affectionate Part 2 in Honkai Star Rail
To unlock Part 2 of the Rarely Affectionate companion quest in Honkai Star Rail, you’ll need to have completed Part 1, reached at least Trailblaze Level 34, and finished the Trailblaze Mission ‘Sinners Misled, Credence Falsified .’
Soon enough, Clara will send you a message saying she has fixed Pascal, and asking you to come see her. We can’t break any promises we make to Clara, so off you go.
How to complete Rarely Affectionate Part 2 companion quest in Honkai Star Rail
During Rarely Affectionate Part 2 in Honkai Star Rail, you’ll be asked to grab some more parts for the little robot from an Automaton Direwolf. When you do, battle will ensue. Afterwards, however, you can get the new parts installed on Pascal.
The robot will then run off to Rivet Town where it inevitably is attacked, and we have to step in to save the day as per usual. It’s hard work being everyone’s hero in Honkai. After this, Clara will put Pascal’s module into the scrapped Automaton Grizzly we just beat up.
Once that’s done, you’ll return to Clara’s Workshop where you’ll learn a little more about Pascal. Ultimately, Clara and Svarog can’t agree on Pascal’s fate, and they leave it down to you, the Trailblazer, to decide for them.
The decision you make here can alter the story ever so slightly, so who should you side with?
Should you side with Clara or Svarog in Rarely Affectionate Part 2?
Svarog wants Pascal to be reformatted. As a result, Svarog believes the robot will be right as rain as a result, but Pascal’s emotional intelligence will be compromised. If you choose to side with Svarog, Pascal will be reformatted, and you will unlock the 'For a Breath I Tarry' achievement.
On the other hand, Clara wants to find a different way around things. She believes she can tinker with Pascal some more to override any abnormal data, but this could risk Pascal losing his memory entirely. If you choose to side with Clara, Pascal will be updated with new programmes, and you will unlock the ‘The Lifecycle of Software Objects’ achievement.
It’s worth noting that you might not get these side quests right away; they’ll unlock following the daily server reset . It’s also up to you which you choose, but I recommend weighing up Svarog’s and Clara’s arguments and going for the one you actually agree with.
Regardless of which decision you make, you’ll then unlock Clara as a new guest aboard the Astral Express. Of course, you’ll get a heap of rewards too, including Trailblaze EXP, Stellar Jade, Shield currency, Credits , and Condensed Aether.
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Honkai: Star Rail – Should You Reset Pascal Or Not? (Rarely Affectionate Quest)
Choosing to reset Pascal or not during the Rarely Affectionate quest will reward Trailblazers with two different achievements in Honkai: Star Rail.
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Honkai: Star Rail Rarely Affectionate quest is Clara’s Companion Mission where she asks Trailblazers for help. It is divided into two parts in which players must follow and help Clara figure out the reason behind Pascal's weird behavior. Both quests take place in Robot Settlement and reward players with 60 Stellar Jades.
During the end of the Rarely Affectionate Part 2 quest, Trailblazers will have to decide whether to convince Clara or Svarog to take up the other’s plan and decide on Pascal’s fate in Honkai: Star Rail . Here's the outcome of whether players choose to reset Pascal or not in Honkai: Star Rail .
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At the end of the Rarely Affectionate Part 2 quest in Honkai: Star Rail , Trailblazers will have to choose to either reset Pascal or not. The two options will be presented by Clara and Svarog's different points of view on Pascal's fate. Svarog will suggest shutting off Pascal while Clara will plead with players to keep the semi-broken machine functioning .
Choosing to reset Pascal or not does not affect Clara's choice to be a visitor to the Express.
Choosing to reset Pascal will format and integrate Pascal into the base network and will trigger the Wish You Were Here quest . Completing this quest will give Trailblazers the For a Breath I Tarry achievement in Honkai: Star Rail .
If players choose not to reset Pascal, they will get the No One Is Answering quest in Honkai: Star Rail . The quest will reward Trailblazers with The Lifecycle of Software Objects achievement .
The Rarely Affectionate quest is a two-part Companion Mission that rewards Trailblazers with the Clara and the Sun achievement in Honkai: Star Rail .
Rarely Affectionate (Part 1)
In the first part of the Rarely Affectionate Honkai: Star Rail quest, Clara will ask Trailblazers for help investigating an unusual theft of the Vagrants' mechanical parts. To catch the Culprit players need to:
- Question the witness of the theft cases.
- Search for clues regarding the culprit.
- Find the source of the odd sounds.
Afterward, players will learn that the robot thief stole the parts to repair itself, but it failed, so Clara decides to fix it herself. To help Clara fix the malfunctioning robot:
- Find Toby at the gates of the base.
- Follow Toby to find the right Robot Shell for the Gear-Stealing Robot.
- Report back to Clara.
Afterward, Clara will transfer the robot’s core into the new Robot Shell and will ask Svarog to help her choose a name for it.
Rarely Affectionate (Part 2)
After completing the required Trailblaze Mission, Clara will send a text message asking Trailblazers to check on the little robot. Players will learn when they arrive at Robot Settlement that Pascal has run off to steal new parts because the Robot Shell is incompatible with the new hardware. To help Pascal function:
- Follow Pascal who ran away to Rivet Town.
- Investigate the Tempering Workshop.
Rarely Affectionate (Part 2) won’t be triggered until players reach Trailblaze Level 34 and complete Adventure Mission Sinners Misled, Credence Falsified .
Although Clara suspects that Pascal has sentiment, players insist that she must discuss the matter with Svarog. In the aftermath of returning to the base and consulting Svarog, players must decide between resetting Pascal or not.
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Partitional Clustering in R: The Essentials
CLARA in R : Clustering Large Applications
CLARA (Clustering Large Applications, (Kaufman and Rousseeuw 1990) ) is an extension to k-medoids (PAM) methods to deal with data containing a large number of objects (more than several thousand observations) in order to reduce computing time and RAM storage problem. This is achieved using the sampling approach.
In this article, you will learn:
- The basic steps of CLARA algorithm
- Examples of computing CLARA in R software using practical examples
Clara algorithm, data format and preparation, required r packages and functions, estimating the optimal number of clusters, computing clara, visualizing clara clusters, related book.
Instead of finding medoids for the entire data set, CLARA considers a small sample of the data with fixed size ( sampsize ) and applies the PAM algorithm to generate an optimal set of medoids for the sample. The quality of resulting medoids is measured by the average dissimilarity between every object in the entire data set and the medoid of its cluster, defined as the cost function.
CLARA repeats the sampling and clustering processes a pre-specified number of times in order to minimize the sampling bias. The final clustering results correspond to the set of medoids with the minimal cost. The CLARA algorithm is summarized in the next section.
The algorithm is as follow:
- Create randomly, from the original dataset, multiple subsets with fixed size (sampsize)
- Compute PAM algorithm on each subset and choose the corresponding k representative objects (medoids). Assign each observation of the entire data set to the closest medoid.
- Calculate the mean (or the sum) of the dissimilarities of the observations to their closest medoid. This is used as a measure of the goodness of the clustering.
- Retain the sub-dataset for which the mean (or sum) is minimal. A further analysis is carried out on the final partition.
Note that, each sub-data set is forced to contain the medoids obtained from the best sub-data set until then. Randomly drawn observations are added to this set until sampsize has been reached.
Computing CLARA in R
To compute the CLARA algorithm in R, the data should be prepared as indicated in Chapter data preparation and R packages .
Here, we’ll generate use a random data set. To make the result reproducible, we start by using the function set.seed ().
The function clara () [ cluster package] can be used to compute CLARA . The simplified format is as follow:
- x : a numeric data matrix or data frame, each row corresponds to an observation, and each column corresponds to a variable. Missing values (NAs) are allowed.
- k : the number of clusters.
- metric : the distance metrics to be used. Available options are “euclidean” and “manhattan”. Euclidean distances are root sum-of-squares of differences, and manhattan distances are the sum of absolute differences. Read more on distance measures (Chapter ). Note that, manhattan distance is less sensitive to outliers.
- stand : logical value; if true, the variables (columns) in x are standardized before calculating the dissimilarities. Note that, it’s recommended to standardize variables before clustering.
- samples : number of samples to be drawn from the data set. Default value is 5 but it’s recommended a much larger value.
- pamLike : logical indicating if the same algorithm in the pam () function should be used. This should be always true.
To create a beautiful graph of the clusters generated with the pam () function, will use the factoextra package.
- Installing required packages:
- Loading the packages:
To estimate the optimal number of clusters in your data, it’s possible to use the average silhouette method as described in PAM clustering chapter (Chapter @ref(k-medoids)). The R function fviz_nbclust () [ factoextra package] provides a solution to facilitate this step.
From the plot, the suggested number of clusters is 2. In the next section, we’ll classify the observations into 2 clusters.
The R code below computes PAM algorithm with k = 2:
The output of the function clara () includes the following components:
- medoids : Objects that represent clusters
- clustering : a vector containing the cluster number of each object
- sample : labels or case numbers of the observations in the best sample, that is, the sample used by the clara algorithm for the final partition.
If you want to add the point classifications to the original data, use this:
You can access to the results returned by clara () as follow:
The medoids are S121, S455
To visualize the partitioning results, we’ll use the function fviz_cluster () [ factoextra package]. It draws a scatter plot of data points colored by cluster numbers.
The CLARA (Clustering Large Applications) algorithm is an extension to the PAM (Partitioning Around Medoids) clustering method for large data sets. It intended to reduce the computation time in the case of large data set.
As almost all partitioning algorithm, it requires the user to specify the appropriate number of clusters to be produced. This can be estimated using the function fviz_nbclust [in factoextra R package].
The R function clara () [ cluster package] can be used to compute CLARA algorithm. The simplified format is clara(x, k, pamLike = TRUE), where “x” is the data and k is the number of clusters to be generated.
After, computing CLARA, the R function fviz_cluster () [ factoextra package] can be used to visualize the results. The format is fviz_cluster(clara.res), where clara.res is the CLARA results.
Kaufman, Leonard, and Peter Rousseeuw. 1990. Finding Groups in Data: An Introduction to Cluster Analysis .
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I would appreciatte your help for indicating:
1) if CLARA algorithm can be applied with categorical, binary and numeric columns. 2) How can I get the optimal number of clusters if my dataset has categorical, binary and numeric columns
Thanks in advance !
Javier, yes you can use this with mixed data types. CLARA is based on PAM (aka k-medoids) methods. The difference is that in traditional k-medoids methods the algorithm is applied to the whole data set at once. CLARA applies the algorithm to many samples of the data set. This technique is done when you have a large dataset because the algorithm is too computationally-intensive to handle datasets above a certain size.
Dear all, thank you for the nice post. My question is the following: – I have large datset (100000 obs and 20 numerical and 2 categorical variables). -I need to cluster these observations based on the 22 variables, I have no idea how many clusters/groups I need to indicate in clara(). I guess I have to produce trees with clara() with different number of clusters and compare them. -> the main quesitons is: based on which factor/value do I compare the different produced trees and select one?
Is it possible to apply CLARA algorithm to a pre-computed dissimilarity matrix ? (PAM function in R can be applied to a dissimilarity matrix when parameter diss = TRUE)
cluster::clara() does not support a dissimilarity matrix as input
Dear ALL I have noticed a significant variability in the silhouette index when I change the default value for samples (5 default value) and sampsize (40+2*clusters number) in CLARA.
Is there somes rules according to the number of cluster and observations to fix samples and sampsize parameters efficiently, so as to avoid under- and oversampling with CLARA in one hand and keeping a good time running in other hand ?
Dear all, please I would like to know if it is possible to define segments myself using the clara. For example, If I want to segment the data by age group, income groups or by customerType. Is that possible using Clara? Thank you in advance for your reply.
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20 hidden items in fallout 76 (and how to find them).
Like other games in the Fallout franchise, exploring the Fallout 76 landscape will bring both insane and delightful surprises.
As far as post-apocalyptic nuclear dystopian video games go, it's hard to get weirder than Fallout 76 . Long-term fans of the Fallout franchise love the unpredictability that the post-nuclear war environment can bring. In addition to the mutated people and animals caused by massive doses of radiation, there are hideout shelter "vaults" that weren't always kind to the survivors. In the franchise, some vaults were built for people to simply live and wait out the apocalypse, while others were constructed to experiment on the very people stuck within. The technology that survived to assist players is a strange combination of 1950s optimism and alternative nuclear tech.
This combination of circumstances leads to a game environment where players can run into zombie-like human survivors, psychopathic robots, secret societies, and all manner of horrific monsters with mysterious origins. Nuclear war has not been kind to anyone involved, and it will take more than just some great weapons and protective suits to survive. Fallout 76 is a prequel in the timeline of the Fallout franchise, which takes place in the region we call West Virginia. It's set about 25 years after the great nuclear war. It's Reclamation Day, a day to emerge from the vaults and try to recolonize what's salvageable in the aftermath. Like other games in the Fallout franchise, exploring the landscape will bring both insane and delightful surprises.
We've curated some of the coolest hidden items based on the gameplay and research of players that have already spent hundreds of hours playing the game. Here are 20 Hidden Items in Fallout 76 (And How to Find Them).
20. Scarecrow With Delightful Assortment of Explosives
Total destruction of everything must have taken a toll on survivors' minds. Just like in pre-apocalyptic days, arts and crafts help alleviate anxiety and channel violent rage into harmless art projects. You know, like a pumpkin head scarecrow guarding over crates that house a delightful assortment of explosives. Someone had to do it, right?
This impressive find is in the hills to the Northeast of the National Isolate Radio Array. You can only find ol' Pumpkin Head if you travel from uphill to downhill along the hill, not the other way. In the rocks, you’ll find a weird altar or shrine that resembles a scarecrow with a pumpkin head. As an added bonus, you’ll find an explosive cache of pulse mines, Molotov cocktails and frag mines. In an environment where everything is trying to harm you, this is a pretty sweet find.
19. Fat Man Rifle on the Monorail
A "Fat man" rifle is an incredibly potent weapon that delivers a mini-nuke charge, shot in an arching trajectory from fairly far away. Unless you like instant incineration, this is not a close-range gun. It is not an easy weapon to find, and you won't be able to use it unless you are at least level 45.
It makes sense that whoever stashed the weapon wanted to make sure it would be difficult to locate. It can be found next to the Garrahan mining headquarters in the Southwest of the map. Take the stairs up the monorail ruins, all the way up to the rounded roof. You’ll find a monorail track. Jump down on the track and follow it up the hill until the final ring and you’ll find a Fat Man Rifle resting on top.
18. Giant Cockroach With Bowler Hat and Cane
It's a surreal experience exploring abandoned homes. By whatever you find there, you can sometimes find clues about what kind of life the survivor must have lead in the years following the nuclear apocalypse. It is rarely a happy scene and, quite often, nightmarishly bizarre.
Such is the case when you wander into an old bathroom in an abandoned house and find a giant cockroach wearing a bowler hat and sporting a cane. Was this a fancy cockroach in his day or was the owner of the home into weird taxidermy projects? Either way, it's enough to make you want to draw a weapon and back up slowly. You can find the gentlemanly roach in a house at the top of the hill, near a road north of Camden Park. If you must, you can also harvest it for roach meat. Ew.
17. The Phantom Device
The Phantom Device can be found as part of one of Fallout 76's coolest series of side quests related to "The Order of the Mistresses of Mystery." This multiple part quest involves you discovering a secret society and its hideout and uncovering clues that help you ascend the ranks. As part of the quest, you will collect several special items along the way.
The Phantom Device is a portable cloaking device that renders you temporarily invisible and "frenzies" creatures that are nearby. Once you fabricate the device, you will be able to craft more, though not easily. You'll be able to find the device in Riverside Manor. You can start looking for the Phantom Device by finding a tape in another mission, "Chasing Shadows." From there, you'll be instructed to gather some parts to create the device.
16. Romantic Skeletons With Comrade Chubs the Teddy Bear
For those unprepared for when the missiles started to fall, we can only imagine what their last moments were like. But sometimes we don't have to imagine because they leave behind sad reminders.
You can find this unlucky couple at the top of a roof the Torrance house. They are embracing each other, next to a table with building blocks and a teddy bear which has the unlikely name of Comrade Chubs. Comrade Chubs is one of four teddy bears that can be found in the game and can be harvested to craft other supplies. Looks like this couple was already on the top of the roof when the explosions happened or decided to watch the world go out with a bang. Tough luck, kiddos.
15. Blade of Bastet
This blade can be acquired during the side quest "Forging a Legend", which is part of a subset of quests for the "Order of the Mistresses of Mystery." Though the Blade of Bastet has a fancy name, in reality, it is based on a Chinese Officer's sword. In the mythology of the Fallout franchise, the Chinese invade and occupy Alaska and cause massive devastation on the rest of the country with a plague. Before the missiles fall, of course. So it makes sense you might find Chinese weapons or artifacts in gameplay.
The Blade of Bastet is one of the most powerful one-handed melee weapons in the game, delivering 53 hit points worth of damage. Its specialty is penetrating armor and making you look super cool while you do it.
14. Giant Metal Head
Some of the beautiful things about Fallout 76 is that not every mystery you encounter is explained. You're not necessarily going to know how every mutated creature came to be that way, nor why certain mysterious items end up in the most unlikely of places. Such is the case of the giant metal head.
Deep in Tanagra Town, far east in the map, you’ll find a tree-like structure that you can climb. It looks partially man-made but surrounded by thick, twisty roots. Climb the twisted path that corkscrews around the structure. Eventually, it will take you inside a cavern guarded by giant crickets. You’ll find a giant metal head partially submerged in the dirt, surrounded by glow-in-the-dark mushrooms. Shrine? Robot? Statue? Who knows.
13. The Garb of Mysteries
Who doesn't want to look fabulous while slashing and blasting their way through the irradiated Appalachian landscape? Another reward as part of the "Order of the Mistresses of Mystery" side quests, The Garb of Mysteries is a war-ready cocktail dress that acts as both armor and a stealth enhancer. You can wear the dress as armor, or your regular armor, but not both at the same time.
Wearing the dress will make it slightly harder for enemies to detect you, by about 5%. Its armor effect will make you slightly less susceptible to damage. However, it should be noted that if you wear the Garb of Mysteries in combination with the Eye of Ra, the stealth and armor effects are boosted dramatically.
12. The Eye of Ra
If you want to be super fancy, you've got to get the Eye of Ra. The Eye of Ra only functions if you are also wearing the Garb of Mysteries. It’s a gorgeous red brooch that “powers up” the Garb of Mysteries to make you 20% harder to detect while sneaking around the place. Also, it boosts your resistance to damage by 20%, if wearing the Garb of Mysteries.
It also slightly enhances the damage of the Blade of Set and The Voice of Set pistol. You can find the Eye of Ra on the corpse of Shannon Rivers on Seneca Rocks. It will have zero effect on other forms of armor or clothing, so if you acquire this item, make sure you get the Garb of Mysteries to make it useful.
11. The Secret Tentacle Monster in the Creepy Shrine
Turns out a major event like total nuclear annihilation is great for jump-starting cults all over the place. Why not? Society has obviously failed, time to make your own gods and rituals. The particular cult in question seems obsessed with a tentacle monster that appeared to alive and dangerous at one time.
This monster is surrounded by lit candles and other strange half-human, half-animal skeleton structures hanging on the wall. This indicates that the shrine is still visited and kept going by someone. At the bottom of the Lucky Hole mine in the far southeast of the map, you’ll find the remains of a tentacle monster surrounded by a creepy shrine. Getting to the bottom of the mine is quite the journey, so have patience.
10. Voice of Set
The Voice of Set is .44 pistol you can only find in the side quest "Prototypical Problems", one of the side quests related to “Order of the Mistresses of Mystery.” Though there are other .44 pistols that come standard in the game, this one is enhanced with special abilities. It does 60 damage with additional special electrical damage against robots. You can use it after you reach level 25.
In order to fully power the weapon, you'll need to gather additional data from Sugar Grove. The weapon is very effective against drone defense robots, turrets, and other automated nasties that might get in your way. Its effects also get a slight boost when used in combination with the Garb of Mysteries and the Eye of Ra.
9. Alien Blaster and Rusted Key
The alien blaster has made multiple appearances in the Fallout franchise, most recently in Fallout 4 . In that game, the alien blaster came from an alien living in a cave near a crashed UFO. Since Fallout 76 happens chronologically before Fallout 4 , it can't be exactly the same weapon. It is possible, however, it may have come from the same UFO, or at the very least the same alien race that has been visiting the planet. The alien blaster is a powerful weapon that packs quite the punch.
Northeast in the map, west of Philippi Battlefield Cemetery, you'll find a submerged box in a pond that contains the alien blaster with a rusted key. The rusted key gives you access to a location with a stolen passcode, which will lead you to another secret item, the Secret Wall Safe.
8. Secret Wall Safe with TNT Dome 2 Key
Stick with us - this one's complicated.
Using the rusted key you find in conjunction with the alien blaster, travel to Freddy's House of Scares in the Northern Mire. Go to the roof and you'll find a shack which the key unlocks. Inside the shack is a Stolen Terminal Passcode. The passcode corresponds with Mike Green's terminal at the top of the apartments in Morgantown. Once you go there, you'll get a holotape that you need to take to a house in Pleasant Valley Cabins. Use the holotape at a terminal inside the house to get another code, then go under the house, and use the terminal to enter the code and get the TNT Dome #2 Key. This will get you into Bunker 2 in the Black Ordinance Mountain Works. Got all that? Inside Bunker 2, you'll find alien blaster rounds and a mysterious frozen pod.
7. Cultist Ritual Outfit and Ritual Mask
This lovely ensemble is an especially creepy outfit you can wear which includes a human skull and real deer antlers. You'll get the full-length costume that matches the mask separately. Start at the Wilson Brother's Auto Repair. Enter the red house at the top of the hill and find the basement. You’ll find a shrine of bones and most of the costume, except the mask.
To find the mask, go to the Sons of Dane compound. Go through the rusted gate and approach cautiously - there may be a few glowing Wendigos hanging around. Go up to the top of the hill into the shack with the sign "The Buck's Den." You'll find what looks like the aftermath of a raging party. On the table to your right is the ritual mask.
6. Secret Power Armor Stash
First, you need a key you can find in Camden Park. There's an old mostly intact roller coaster there. Climb the tracks of the roller coaster and find a car that rests on the tracks. Inside the roller coaster car is a key. Grab that. Then you’ll head to New River Gorge Bridge. Get on the bridge, follow it until you can go to the lower level, and look for a door with a red light. Unlock the door and find the Power Armor Stash.
This Power Armor looks to have been refurbished from at least a few different types, so it won't be quite as tough as the official models that are completely intact. But still, it's Power Armor and a great find.
5. Nuka Cola Power Armor Paint Job
To get this gorgeous Nuka Cola armor paint job (als0 seen in Fallout 4 ) you'll have to get inside Dome 3. Get inside the Kanawha Nuka Cola plant. Once you picklock the door, you'll find a locked locker with the key to Dome 3. You'll find two notes: one from Clara who went to Sutton, and one from Rich who went to Watoga.
Head over to Watoga and find a body with a locked toolbox next to him. Go to Pylon V-13 on the map, and find another body with a duffel bag with a key to the toolbox. Open the toolbox, and you'll find the key to Clara's box in Sutton. Find the box in a doghouse in Sutton, use Clara's key, and you'll get the locker key for the Nuka Cola Plant, which gives you the key to Dome 3. Whew!
4. The Salvaged Assaultron Head
This is the severed head of an Assaultron robot that has been repurposed into a pistol. You can charge the weapon by reloading it. The more you charge it, the more damage you can dish out. This is a powerful weapon, but it irradiates the user so be careful when you use it!
You can find the Salvaged Assaultron head in Watoga, in the southeastern corner of the map. On the west side of Watoga, you'll find an elevated walkway. Here will run into some aggressive Assaultron robots. Hey, this is Fallout 76, aggressive robots are par for the course. Blast or hack away at these robots and they will leave pieces you can use in the remains. Eventually, you can farm the scavenged Assaultron head. It might take a while, so be patient.
3. Assaultron Blade
The Assaultron blade comes in two varieties—the regular Assaultron Blade and the Electrified Assaultron Blade. Of course, the Electrified Assaultron Blade is slightly more powerful and deals additional damage. It's the most powerful one-handed melee weapon of Fallout 76. You can farm the Assaultron blade in the same place where you can find the salvaged Assaultron head, on the raised walkway in Watoga.
You can also craft the Assaultron blade yourself by finding Assaultron blade plans. If you head north on the road from Dyer Chemical, you may get a random encounter with an enemy that will drop the plans for an Assaultron blade when you defeat him. The blade isn't as fast as others, but does pack quite a wallop.
2. The 50 Caliber Machine Gun
The 50 Caliber Machine Gun is a belt-fed heavy artillery weapon that is a potent force to be reckoned with. However, use caution with this weapon because it blows through rounds very quickly. If you're not careful you'll run out of ammo. Also, you'll need to be at least level 25 to be able to wield the gun.
You can acquire the 50 Caliber Machine Gun relatively simply. Start at the Clarksburg Shooting Club, just north of Base 76. Look around for a destroyed pick-up truck on the road with some items in the back. It's pretty easy to find. Mounted to the bed of the pickup is the 50 Caliber Machine Gun, which you can just take.
1. The Black Powder Pistol or Rifle
The weapons in Fallout 76 are an amusing mixture of refurbished weapons, future tech from a 1950s post-war perspective, and advanced stuff that doesn't use traditional ammo, like the Salvaged Assaultron Head. But in a retro-twist, one of the most powerful weapons in the game is the black powder pistol or rifle. The guns themselves are ancient and low-tech and must be loaded one shell at a time with a ramrod. But the shells you load are .50 caliber balls that will make short work of anything you shoot them at.
Both the Black Powder Pistol and the Black Powder Rifle can be found at Phillipi Battlefield Cemetary. Just head to the museum, press the red button near the counter and raid the weapons from the display cases upstairs.
Which of these do you want most? Let us know in the comments!