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Fallout 76: Best Places to Farm Blood Eagles

While there are a number of Blood Eagle camps, some are better to hit than others if you're trying to complete challenges in Fallout 76.

Blood Eagles are savage killers that roam Appalachia in Fallout 76 and taking them out is often the subject of daily or weekly challenges. Here are the best places to farm Blood Eagles in FO76.

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Where Can You Farm Blood Eagles in Fallout 76?

Blood Eagles often have full ammo boxes, stashes of chems, and a variety of firepower in their hideouts. They’re mostly located throughout the Ash Heap and Savage Divide regions of Appalachia, but they do have a few camps in more northern areas. When looking at the map, you can see which locations are theirs by the eagle icon used. Among these places, there are a few locations with more Blood Eagle members than others, as well as other reasons to pay them a visit.

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Blood Eagle Farmin Location 1: Skullbone Vantage

Skullbone Vantage is found just north of Top of the World. It’s a small camp with six to eight enemies stationed there. The real reason to head here is that an issue of Scout Life magazine and a bobblehead can spawn here. Last time I went, both had spawned, along with adding more bodies to my Blood Eagle count.

Blood Eaglke Farming Location 2: Rollins Labor Camp

Found west of Nuka World, Rollins Labor Camp is the first place you’ll encounter Beckett. To be precise, it’s where you’ll free him from Blood Eagle captivity. There are quite a few targets here, and there are some great locations to snipe from the cliffs before you head into the camp. There are about eight to 10 members stationed here, but the real perk is its closeness to Nuka World, and the third farming location on this list: The Sludge Works

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Blood Eagle Farming Location 3: The Sludge Works

Located south of Rollins Labor Camp and west of Abandoned Mine Shaft #2, The Sludge Works is one of the places to go when you want to take out some Blood Eagles. There are another eight to 10 enemies here, which meets the threshold for most dailies. Combined with the enemies at Rollins Labor Camp, you can quickly knock out weeklies, as well.

Other Blood Eagle Locations in FO76

While the above places are the best for farming Blood Eagles, they’re not the only hideouts for the gang. Some of these only have one or two humans, while others can have up to five. I like trying to clear through the whole area around Rollins Labor Camp to save on fast travel costs, so even if there’s only a single Eagle there, I’ll give it a visit.

  • Ammo Dump
  • Big Bend Tunnel
  • Bloody Frank’s
  • The Bounty
  • Central Mountain Lookout
  • Cliffwatch
  • Crimson Prospect
  • Crosshair
  • Dagger’s Den
  • Hunter’s Ridge
  • Kill Box
  • Pigsty
  • Ripper Alley
  • Seneca Gang Camp
  • Summersville
  • Twin Pine Cabins
  • The Vantage
  • Watoga Underground
  • Widow’s Perch

When battling Blood Eagles, I’ve found at higher levels they’re often equipped with Grenade Launchers, Missile Launchers, and Miniguns. I try and take these guys out first as they deal the most damage compared to the other members of the gang. The main camps also have an alarm that can be triggered. If you’re stealthing, taking out the person near the alarm first is suggested, so the whole camp isn’t alerted to your presence.

Those are the best places to farm Blood Eagles in Fallout 76. Once you take out all targets you want to go through the areas with a fine tooth comb. Most of them have chems, ammo, and grenades hidden away. If you’re looking for other enemy farming locations, where to find items, or how to defeat certain enemies, scroll through our guide vault for assistance.

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Ashley, otherwise known as Glitchiee, is an avid gamer of RPGs, TTRPGS, farming sims, and survival crafting games. Playing since she can remember, she started on the SNES, GameBoy Color, and collection 1st gen Pokemon cards. Using her passion for gaming, she's written about games for a combined total of 2 years.