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Universal Soldier Build Fallout 4 Guide

Fallout 4 offers great options to customize your character. First you must properly distribute your statistic points, later in the game you can pick from 70 different abilities every time you gain a level. But what if you don't have an idea how to develop your character or this is the first time you play a Fallout game? How to start? On what should you spend your statistic points? What perks to choose? Below you will find the basic and most versatile character build. It should be effective in most situations.

The character we present will focus on using and upgrading gunfire. It will be rarely using the V.A.T.S. system during battle and will have basic armor upgrade. Universal soldier must be able to pick the locks, at least on medium level and he should be able to hack basic terminals. You cannot forget about skills related to leadership and provide your character with perks that will allow you to manage the settlements, which are an important aspect of Fallout 4.

Statistics

You will have 21 points to distribute. The character you create should have below statistics:

Strength

7

Perception

4

Endurance

5

Charisma

6

Intelligence

3

Agility

2

Luck

1

Recommended perks

To provide versatility to your character, you must select perks from different "trees". Below you will find a list of 8 best skills for your character. The order in which you pick them has some importance, but the world won't fall if you change it slightly. When you have some spare points, you can distribute them on other abilities.

Toughness - Universal Soldier Build - Suggested starting builds - Fallout 4 Game Guide & Walkthrough
Toughness

Rank 1: You now have +10 damage resistance (Requirements: Endurance 1);

Rank 2: You now have +20 damage resistance (Requirements: Level 9, Endurance 1);

Rank 3: You now have +30 damage resistance (Requirements: Level 18, Endurance 1);

Rank 4: You now have +40 damage resistance (Requirements: Level 31, Endurance 1);

Rank 5: You now have +50 damage resistance (Requirements: Level 46, Endurance 1).

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Armorer

Rank 1: Protect yourself from the dangers of the Wasteland with access to base level and Rank 1 armor mods. (Requirements: Strength 3);

Rank 2: You gain access to Rank 2 armor mods (Requirements: Level 13, Strength 3);

Rank 3: You gain access to Rank 3 armor mods (Requirements: Level 25, Strength 3);

Rank 4: You gain access to Rank 4 armor mods (Requirements: Level 39, Strength 3).

Locksmith - Universal Soldier Build - Suggested starting builds - Fallout 4 Game Guide & Walkthrough
Locksmith

Rank 1: Your nimble fingers allow you to pick Advanced locks. (Requirements: Perception 4);

Rank 2: You can pick Expert locks. (Requirements: Level 7, Perception 4);

Rank 3: You can pick Master locks. (Requirements: Level 18, Perception 4);

Rank 4: Your bobby pins never break during lockpicking. (Requirements: Level 41, Perception 4).

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Medic

Rank 1: Stimpaks restore 40% of lost Health, and RadAway removes 40% of radiation. (Requirements: Intelligence 2);

Rank 2: Stimpaks restore 60% of lost Health, and RadAway removes 60% of radiation. (Requirements: Level 18, Intelligence 2);

Rank 3: Stimpaks restore 80% of lost Health, and RadAway removes 80% of radiation. (Requirements: Level 30, Intelligence 2);

Rank 4: Stimpaks and RadAway restore all lost health and radiation, and work much more quickly. (Requirements: Level 49, Intelligence 2).

Gun Nut - Universal Soldier Build - Suggested starting builds - Fallout 4 Game Guide & Walkthrough
Gun Nut

Rank 1: You gain access to base level and Rank 1 gun mods. (Requirements: Intelligence 3);

Rank 2: You gain access to Rank 2 gun mods. (Requirements: Level 13, Intelligence 3);

Rank 3: You gain access to Rank 3 gun mods. (Requirements: Level 25, Intelligence 3);

Rank 4: You gain access to Rank 4 gun mods. (Requirements: Level 39, Intelligence 3).

Stead Aim - Universal Soldier Build - Suggested starting builds - Fallout 4 Game Guide & Walkthrough
Stead Aim

Rank 1: Hip-fire accuracy is improved when firing any gun. (Requirements: Strength 7);

Rank 2: Hip-fire accuracy is improved even more when firing any gun. (Requirements: Level 28, Strength 7).

Commando - Universal Soldier Build - Suggested starting builds - Fallout 4 Game Guide & Walkthrough
Commando

Rank 1: Rigorous combat training means automatic weapons do 20% more damage (Requirements: Agility 2);

Rank 2: Attacks with automatic weapons do 40% more damage, with improved hip fire accuracy. (Requirements: Level 11, Agility 2);

Rank 3: Attacks with automatic weapons do 60% more damage. Hip fire accuracy is improved even more. (Requirements: Level 21, Agility 2);

Rank 4: Attacks with automatic weapons do 80% more damage and gain a chance to stagger opponents. (Requirements: Level 35, Agility 2);

Rank 5: Your automatic weapons now do double damage and have a greater chance to stagger opponents. (Requirements: Level 49, Agility 2).

Local Leader - Universal Soldier Build - Suggested starting builds - Fallout 4 Game Guide & Walkthrough
Local Leader

Rank 1: As the ruler everyone turns to, you are able to establish supply lines between your workshop settlements. (Requirements: Charisma 6);

Rank 2: You can build stores and workstations at workshop settlements. (Requirements: Level 14, Charisma 6).

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