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FARM Strangler Bloom This video is about Location Swamp Plant Strangler Bloom Gulpers Fallout 76. Video Fallout 76 location of Swamp Plant and Strangler Bloom and Gulpers. Locations of Dyer Chemical and Crashed Plane and Dolly Sods Wilderness. Where do I find the ingredient swamp plant? Where are swamp plants located? Where are Gulpers located? Where can I find Strangler bloom? Swamp plant is a consumable item in Fallout 76. A plant that is similar in appearance to a strangler pod. It may be harvested from strangler blooms. Strangler bloom is a consumable item in Fallout 76. A blossoming strangler pod supporting a white five-petaled flower. The base of each the petals are dark purple with a green vein-like pattern. Each flower has three prominent speckled stamens and emits a distinct bright green glow, even after picking. Having blossomed from a strangler pod, the flowers can be found in many of the same swampy areas, growing on trees, rocks, and old stumps. Strangler blooms are used in the recipe for RadShield and the disease cure Mire variant. The gulper is a creature found in Appalachia in 2102. Gulpers are mutated salamander-like creatures that tend to stay near bodies of water. They can hang on trees in order to take their victims by surprise, slide through swamp-like areas, and hide underwater. Gulpers can be found throughout the Mire and the Cranberry Bog. Fallout 76 is an online action role-playing game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. Released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November 14, 2018, it is an installment in the Fallout series and a prequel to previous entries. Fallout 76 is Bethesda Game Studios's first multiplayer game; players explore the open world, which has been torn apart by nuclear war, with others. Bethesda developed the game using a modified version of its Creation Engine, which allowed the accommodation of multiplayer gameplay and a more detailed game world than in previous games. Fallout 76 was released to generally mixed reviews, with criticism for the game's numerous technical issues, overall design, lack of gameplay purpose, and initial absence of human non-playable characters. The game was the subject of several controversies, chiefly in regards to the quality of physical content, while a number of Bethesda's responses and attempts to provide ongoing support related to Fallout 76 in the months following its launch were also met with criticism. The game sold 1.4 million copies by the end of 2018. Wastelanders, an update that reintroduces non-playable characters in the series, launched in April 2020. Create Radshield by completing Organic Solutions side quest.

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