Whether adventurers are trying to complete a specific daily challenge or get their hands on some raw Honey in Fallout 76, Honey Beasts are post-apocalyptic creatures that survivors might need to find. Like most mobs across the wastelands of Appalachia, West Virginia, players will encounter several variations of the Honey Beast while exploring. These variants include the standard Honey beast, the Putrified honey beast, the Raging honey beast, and many more, each possessing its unique appearance and combative mechanics. Nevertheless, regardless of mutation, they all drop the same resources of Stimpaks, Honey, Honeycomb, Gold scraps, Excess adhesive, and Royal jelly.
Finding Honey Beasts in Fallout 76 takes work, as the large mutant critters have varied spawn locations, resulting in encounters wholly dependent on RNG. Server-hopping is a potential solution but can be quite time-consuming.
Fortunately, there are a few locations where Honey Beasts have a fairly high chance of appearing. The first is the Seneca Rocks Visitor Center, which can be found east of the Monongah Power Plant and southwest of Fort Atlas. A Glowing Honey Beast can often be found clinging to the stone brick wall behind the Red Rocket at this landmark.
Finding Honey Beasts in Fallout 76
According to Fallout 76 content creator Naked Vault Dweller, several Scorched also spawn at Seneca Rocks Visitor Center and might kill the Honey Beast before players can reach it. Therefore, it is recommended that survivors deal with the Scorched mobs first before hunting down the landmark’s Honey Beast. Another location where players have a high chance of finding Honey Beasts is an unmarked cave north of Freddy Fear’s House of Scares. Here, players will run into multiple Bloatflies and, potentially, several Honey Beasts.
A third possible Honey Beast spawn location in Fallout 76 is the Middle Mountain Cabins, a landmark far south of the visitor center, below Beckwith Farm. Three Honey Beasts can appear at this location, with two spawning on the back of two of the cabins. Likewise, The Freak Show, a location near the bottom of the Savage Divide, also has the potential to spawn three Honey Beasts. The fifth and final-best spot to search would be Treetops, a landmark slightly southeast of the Sunday Brothers’ Cabin and west of the Valley Galleria.
Additionally, there are Public and Seasonal Events in Fallout 76 that might feature Honey Beasts, such as Project Paradise, Fasnacht Day, or the Scorchbeast Queen battle. Nevertheless, server-hopping and investigating Honey Beast spawn locations are much more reliable than waiting for events.
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