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Vault 94 received and decrypted new orders on October 21, 2077. While the other vault staff completed their assignments and departed for Vault-Tec University, Vault-Tec maintenance engineer Tyrone Hayes stayed behind and informed Pastor Gabriella Salavar and her congregation that they had an invitation to enter the vault in the event of catastrophe. On October 23, Hayes was alerted to the onset of the Great War and kept the vault open while the residents traveled to the vault via bus.
The vault reopened on October 24, 2078, one year and one day after the Great War, and dispatched so-called Vault Ambassadors into Appalachia to aid the survivors and act as missionaries. According to a welcome message on the vault's access terminal, Vault 94 was "founded on the principles of faith, nonviolence, and communal life in harmony with nature."
By 2102, Vault 94 had been re-sealed. Entrance required a Vault Access Code, which only Vault Ambassadors carried. An entry on the personal terminal of Free Stater Ella Ames implies that the residents of Vault 94 met an unfortunate end. A terminal in Harpers Ferry confirms this by stating that the vault ‘exploded’ and released a cloud into the air and soon after this strange plants started appearing, implying that Vault 94 is the source for most the strange plants in the Mire.
The exterior of the vault features a small experimental garden that had been set up by Vault 94 resident Maria Collins to test what crops could still grow in the post-War environment. There is a shallow pool of water near the garden, along with some derelict vehicles, shacks, and crates. A cave leads into the Vault 94 entrance. There is a distinctive orange glow in the cave, which is covered from wall to wall with mutated vegetation endemic to the Mire.
- A caps stash in the security shack outside.
Vault 94 appears only in Fallout 76.
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