Monet of Murder achievement in Fallout 76

Monet of Murder

Mod 50 Weapons

Monet of Murder-0.3
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How to unlock the Monet of Murder achievement

  • Mare CrisiumMare Crisium155,004
    06 Dec 2018 06 Dec 2018 13 Dec 2018
    33 0 6
    Modding my legendary baseball bat’s color from Oak to Gray costed only 3 wood. Just keep changing the color back and forth until achievement pops.

    I've seen two bats in the display case in the long hallway downstairs at the Whitesprings Golf Course. Scrap these at your Workbench to hopefully get a color mod. ( There's usually a bobblehead there, too, between two small picture frames.)

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    Cr4ck Sh0t23A much cheaper way to do this. If you have the Tricentennial paint and a laser rifle, you can go back and forth applying the the tricentennial and then the standard paint. Best of all it only require 1 oil.
    Posted by Cr4ck Sh0t23 on 19 Dec 18 at 02:54
    SkelixI bought the croquet mod for the sledgehammer from the atom store (I think was like 600 atom?) - anyway applying it for like 2 wood, removing and repeating
    Posted by Skelix on 30 Dec 18 at 02:58
    Hexa FoxThis was an awesome find. I already knew exactly where you were talking about from the mention of the Bobble Head.
    Posted by Hexa Fox on 22 Jun 19 at 22:41
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  • ReptarOnIce3000ReptarOnIce3000524,271
    29 Nov 2018 29 Nov 2018 29 Nov 2018
    11 0 4
    Fallout 76Monet of MurderThe Monet of Murder achievement in Fallout 76 worth 84 pointsMod 50 Weapons

    This Achievement Requires you to craft 50 weapon mods.

    There's actually a super simple way to get this. You can actually use the same mod on the same weapon over and over until this pops.

    You do this by selecting the mod (will give an example), crafting the mod, then selecting "No Upgrade", and them modding the weapon the same way again.

    For example, I had plans for a Combat Knife, which takes very little resources to craft first of all. I then modded it for "Serrated Blade".

    Component breakdown:
    The Combat Knife Takes: 1 Adhesive, 1 Gear, 2 Rubber, and 3 Steel
    The "Serrated Blade" Mod Takes: 1 Adhesive, 1 Fiberglass, and 3 Steel (Requires "Makeshift Warrior 2" Perk Card)

    So in total, starting from 0 modded weapons this will only take you:
    51 Adhesive, 50 Fiberglass, 153 Steel, 1 Gear and 2 Rubber, which is all very obtainable.

    Using this method will definitely be the most economical way to do this, without costing you too many materials.

    Note: you will need the Plan for this, but it's easy to obtain or you could use a weapon you already have the plans for, there are plenty of "Serrated Blade" capable weapons that are far more common. And obviously, component requirements will vary based on the weapon you use. But it definitely seems melee weapons, specifically bladed, are the way to go.
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    keoskeyDon't know if this was just a glitch for me but for this i crafted a lvl 1 combat knife and then went into mod and selected no upgrade and there were 2 options for no upgrade so i just kept switching between the 2 no upgrade options till the achievement unlock. no need to use resources other then what was needed to craft the knife in the first place.
    Posted by keoskey on 16 May 19 at 04:06
    TheRadMrDadJust did what keoskey did with the 2 no upgrade with crafted combat knife, worked like a charm
    Posted by TheRadMrDad on 28 May 19 at 03:14
    zViking@keoskey Got this to still work as of 11-19-2019. Worked like a charm, thank you!
    Posted by zViking on 20 Nov 19 at 03:23
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