Unfortunately your intelligence goes down by -4. Some mutations add a little fun, by letting you jump 2x as high. All in all, this sounds like one of the Fallout 76 Mutations to avoid at all costs. Grounded gives you 100 Energy Resistance, but hits your Energy damage by 20 percent. The downside is that you are entirely unable to eat any variety of fruit or vegetable while mutated, so you have to ensure that you have a steady supply of meat around.
Upon taking melee damage, you have a chance to shock your attackers, dealing damage and giving you some breathing room. The increases your critical damage by 25%, which can be really useful especially when using a build that relies on heavy damage per shot; using something like a sniper rifle or a shotgun. The best and most efficient way to develop mutations is to find a toxic waste zone; these are especially common in the Toxic Valley region to the North, around Grafton. Carnivore is another decent mutation to have, as long as you haven't decided to make your character a vegetarian. If you produce a charge, your foe will be temporarily stunned. You'll hardly be using any guns anyway so the -50% accuracy won't come into play, and you'll be dealing increased damage with every single swing.
Each hit will inflict bleed damage which will wound your target for five seconds. Share your list of best mutations in Fallout 76 with us in the comment section below. So you might get a massive boost to melee damage but lose weapon accuracy, or maybe a big speed increase that also makes you constantly hungry and thirsty. If you want to add anything to this guide, feel free to use the comments section below. Speed Demon allows you to reload faster and gives you +20 movement speed. This removes the chance of RadAway curing any mutations alongside the radiation. More diseases you suffer from, more powerful this aura is Does not work if you are not suffering from any diseases Scaly Skin Grants 50 damaged and energy resistance Reduces Action Points by 50 Talons Grants 25% bonus damage to fists and they deal 25 additional bleed damage for 5 seconds -4 Agility Twisted Muscles Grants 25% bonus to melee damage and a small chance to cripple your enemies Reduces Gun Accuracy by 50% Unstoppable Force Grants a chance to blast back enemies with radiation when they attack you will melee weapons Damages yourself and most of the enemies are already radiated Diseases Diseases are time negative effects and they are not permanent.
This mutation is one to be used with caution. Since Fallout 76 is based on a radioactive wasteland, it only makes sense that while traversing these wastelands, you can often acquire a disease or a mutation by certain toxic things. Having a Revenant Strength perk card around would be smart, too. Herbivore Vegetables provide double the benefits and no diseases. How to get Fallout 76 mutations Image credit: Bethesda To obtain mutations in Fallout 76, you essentially need to irradiate yourself. Mutations can be one of the side effects of being too adventurous, and you might want to know how to get rid of them.
This mutation increases both your damage resistance and energy resistance by fifty, which is fantastic if you're looking for a tank-like build, but it also decreases your Action Points by fifty. However, they can also be negative, such as decreased strength or even the inability to eat vegetables. How to Get Marsupial Mutation in Fallout 76 Fallout 76 may be different, but one thing players will recognize is the mutation system. Eagle Eyes Critical damage +25%. The perk won't allow you to gain a mutation through radiation, and it will also block RadAway a consumable to cure the acquired mutation.
In this guide, we'll cover all the best mutations and how to maximize them. If you need more of a boost, consider taking Endurance Perks like Cola Nut, Good Doggy, Ghoulish and Revenant. You have a chance to cure mutations anytime you use Radaway, but you won't always want to. While you may not want to rush into battle as a radioactive egg head, this mutation is perfect for loading up your inventory. Here's how Fallout 76 mutations work, how to get them and more covered.
The higher your Rads rating is, the more likely you are to gain a mutation. This means you can jump almost up to three times your height, so you can hop on top of buildings and obstacles well out of the reach of any monsters. Healing Factor Health regeneration +300%. You have a chance to mutate anytime you interact with something that gives you radiation, and you're more likely to develop certain mutations than others. You can of course just expose yourself to more radiation to change your current mutation, however this just replaces one with another. Players that favor energy weapons can have an advantage if they use the Batteries Included perk card.
How To Get Mutations To get mutation you will need to jump into a river or enter a high radiation zone. The -4 agility might be less of a blow when you're packing such a punch. However, there is a small amount of damage returned to the player whenever this happens. So let's get started without wasting any more time. These may lead to your acquisition of a mutation. Emmett Mountain Disposal Site In the Savage Divide region of Appalachia you will find a nuclear waste storage facility -- Emmett Mountain Disposal Site. This mutation increases your energy resistance by one hundred, meaning any time you're fighting an enemy using a laser weapon, a plasma weapon, an alien blaster, or a cryolator, they'll be doing significantly less damage.
But the coolest part is that anytime you fall with this mutation, you'll fall much more gradually, much like you're just drifting to the ground. This mutation increases your movement speed quite a lot, and increases your reload speed. Builder Our Fallout 76 Build Planner has a whole tab to adress you stats. Energy damage is dealt by laser, fire, electricity, and a variety of other sources but the two main weapons to avoid using out for if you have this Mutation are the laser rifle and the plasma gun. When you eat vegetables it gives you double benefits. Small amount of damage is inflicted to the player.