Picket Fences is a magazine in Fallout 4. It includes five issues found at various locations around the Commonwealth.
Reading an issue unlocks advanced settlement structures at settlement workshops.
| Editor ID
|| Location Description
|| Base ID
|| #1, The House of Tomorrow...Today!
|| Beantown Brewery
|| In the foreman’s concrete wall office, upper walkways of the main vat room, near the steamer trunk. Tower Tom is guarding this room.
|| "You are now able to build picket fencing at settlement workshops"
|| #2, Modern Hearth!
|| Hardware Town
|| In the upstairs office on the desk with the key, center of the building, near the steamer trunk.
|| "You are now able to build high tech lights at settlement workshops"
|| #3, Essential Upgrades!
|| Saugus Ironworks
|| Blast Furnace area, on the catwalk just below the steamer trunk and bobblehead.
|| "You are now able to build new statues at settlement workshops"
|| #4, Modern Lawn Care!
|| Combat Zone
|| On the formica table, ground level near the bar, in front of the main stage.
|| "You are now able to build potted plants at settlement workshops"
|| #5, Welcome Home!
|| Weston water treatment plant
|| In the metal office overlooking the generator room, before descending to the main treatment chamber.
|| "You are now able to build patio furniture at settlement workshops"
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- The Welcome Home! issue is not to be confused with a holotape from Nick Valentine.
- According to the covers, each issue used to cost $32.99.
- On the first issue, The House of Tomorrow...Today! is also written:
- "Split level Convenience!"
- "Modern Appliances for Ease of Living!"
- "Nuclear Radiant Heat Flooring Inside & Out!"
- "Grocery Sorting Conduits!"
- "Self Stocking Bar!"
Behind the scenesEdit
|The following is based on unverified behind the scenes information and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
Picket Fences is a reference to Better Homes and Gardens magazine during 1950s era.
|End of information based on unverified behind the scenes information.|
"The House of Tomorrow... Today!"