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Fallout 76 Purveyor location - where to find Purveyor Murmrgh

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If you're confused about the Fallout 76 Purveyor location, it's because Purveyor Murmrgh has moved. The moley dealer in legendary weapons has had a rethink on floor space since the Wastelanders update and has relocated in Fallout 76 (opens in new tab) to a more accessible location for ease of trading. 

Fallout 76 Purveyor new location

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The Fallout 76 Purveyor location used to be Berkeley Springs station in the Mire, but that's not a great place to get too, especially for newer players. The new and upgraded location is the Rusty Pick in the ash heap region of the Fallout 76 map (opens in new tab):  

Fallout 76 Purveyor map

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This new Purveyor location isn't just easier to reach and basically a bit more central on the map, but the old miner's bar has had a useful remodeling. As well as Purveyor Murmrgh moving in and bring the Legendary Exchange and a stash box like before, there's now a full set of benches so you can scrap, craft and repair anything you need when you stop off. 

Of course, you've still got to take a gamble on the legendary boxes she's selling. If my current run of luck is anything to go by you'll need a lot of scrip to get anything worth keeping.  

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Leon Hurley
Leon Hurley

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