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Share on:Fallout 4 has a lot of boomsticks, but you don’t need any of them.Fallout 4 build guide: One-Punch ManNo matter how many runs you’ve done, there’s always something new to try. Today’s build of choice is a little something I like to call One-Punch Man (or Woman or Unspecified; it’s an equal opportunity murder machine). It’s named both for the popular anime and for the way just one punch makes enemies’ heads explode in bloody chunks.

It’s pretty great.You don’t have to restrict yourself to fisticuffs, either; although punch weapons use less AP, which is something I favour, there are dozens of terrific melee weapons on offer in the game, which we’ll discuss later. This build also works tremendously well for heavy Power Armor users, especially if they invest in crafting skills and trick out their gear. This is an ideal build for a fun, action-packed run through the main story and quests (especially if you take the Brotherhood of Steel route), but if you’re after a “main” build with lots of support for crafting and settlements, I’d look elsewhere. You can adopt this for the full game experience, and I’ll even tell you how, but it’s going to take tens of hours to reach high levels so you can invest heavily in S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Points.Warning: this is a slow burn build that will be tough for beginners; it’s not a good first run set up. In either case, you’ll want to carry some back up weapons and keep a good stock of healing item and chems as you start out, but trust me; things are going to be super rad by the time you have a couple of dozen levels under your belt.Alright, let’s do this.Getting started: SPECIAL statsLet’s start with the basics: selecting your S.P.E.C.I.A.L.


Stats and planning for perks. This provides the skeleton on which you’ll construct your mighty vault dweller.Note that as soon as you leave Vault 111 you can obtain an extra attribute point just by picking up the You’re S.P.E.C.I.A.L.

Book in Shaun’s room in your old house in Sanctuary, so we’re working with the assumption that you have 29 points to distribute (21 in the character set up screen, seven minimum starting stats and one from the book).There are two absolutely mandatory stats:. Strength: 9. Agility: 9The rest is up to you, although I’ll suggest two full builds below. Expert tip: never set any of your SPECIAL stats to ten right off the bat; there’s a Bobblehead out there with a bonus point for each SPECIAL stat. You’ll also be able to increase your SPECIAL points whenever you have a spare perk point, and there’s no level cap, so there’s plenty of time to get those level ten perks.Normally this is the bit where I’d insist you bring Perception up to 4 for the Locksmith perk, or alternately distribute your remaining points across Intelligence and Charisma so you can get started with crafting and settlement stuff right off the bat. But this is a really difficult build at low levels, so you may just want to pour all five remaining points into Endurance and hammer the Toughness perk to grant you more survivability.I personally don’t do this.

I play a glass version of this build with very low health, relying on armour, aggression or stealth to keep me safe, and frequently reloading my save when I die. The below is my preferred (glass) setup, but I honestly don’t recommend it for everyone:. Strength: 9.

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Perception: 4. Endurance: 1. Charisma: 1. Intelligence: 3. Agility: 9.

Luck: 2For an easier time of it initially, but a lot more work to do later to evolve your character, go for:. Strength: 9. Perception: 1. Endurance: 7. Charisma: 1. Intelligence: 1.

Agility: 9. Luck: 1Or some sort of balanced approach between the two. In any case, make a backup save before you leave Vault 111, in case you get an hour into this and regret everything; it’s a distinct possibility.Essential PerksFirst, two notes:. I usually consider Locksmith the most essential first perk for any build, but in this case you may have decided to give up a bunch of treasure in favour of extra survivability or long-term investment in crafting and settlements, and that’s super okay. If you’re not going the masochistic glass route, ignore some of the below to stack Endurance and perks like Toughness and Life Giver instead. Just be aware that doing so means you’ll be delaying increasing your damage output.With those caveats out of the way, the primary One-Punch Man build perks are Rooted (Strength) and Blitz (Agility).

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These are absolutely mandatory, and should be backed up with Action Boy/Girl as soon as possible.You’ll want a weapon perk, and it’s up to you whether to take Iron Fist (Strength, punching weapons only) or Big Leagues (Strength, every other melee weapon, but not bashing with firearms). In end-game, you might want to take both, but for now it’s best to pick one basket and pile all your precious eggs in it. (Note that you can’t use Iron Fist weapons while using Power Armor, so if you’re planning on that being part of your style but still want the benefits of legendary effects, go for Big Leagues.