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Fallout 76 Blood Eagle Locations

Here is our guide on where you can find the Blood Eagles in Fallout 76.
Fallout 76 Blood Eagle Locations

Fallout 76 has a lot of different enemies that you need to look out for. There are many mutated monsters that have appeared in Appalachia and players are doing their best to craft items to make sure that they survive in the game. Although there are a lot of mutated monsters in the game, not all enemies in the game are mutated monsters.

Some of them are normal humans known as raiders. Raiders vary in different weaponry, armor, and factions. They are humans and they are one of the most common enemies in the game. Sometimes, certain raider groups are the targets for certain quests in Fallout 76. Here, we are going to go over how to find the Blood Eagles, a known raider group in Fallout 76.

How To Find Blood Eagles In Fallout 76

Fallout 76 Blood Eagles
The Blood Eagles can be easily identified by their red armor. (Picture: Bethesda)

The Blood Eagles are a raider group that is pretty common in Fallout 76. These ones can be easily identified by their red-painted armor and their Red Eagle symbol in the areas they are occupying. Here are the different locations where you can possibly find the Blood Eagles in Fallout 76:

  • Ammo Dump
  • Big Bend Tunnel
  • Blood Eagle Camp
  • Bloody Frank's
  • The Bounty
  • Central Mountain Lookout
  • Cliffwatch
  • Crimson Prospect
  • The Crosshair
  • North Cutthroat Camp
  • South Cutthroat Camp
  • Dagger's Den
  • Hunter's Ridge
  • The Kill Box
  • The Pigsty
  • Ripper Alley
  • Rollins Labor Camp
  • Seneca Gang Camp
  • Skullbone Vantage
  • The Sludge Works
  • Summersville
  • Twin Pine Cabins
  • The Vantage
  • Watoga Underground
  • Widow's Perch

As you can clearly see, there are a lot of different locations where the Blood Eagles can be found. Above are the most common locations where they often spawn. If you do not see any Blood Eagles at these locations, you may want to server-hop and try again.

Is It Worth Hunting Down The Blood Eagles In Fallout 76?

Fallout 76 Blood Eagles
Even without red, Blood Eagles will often be in groups. (Picture: Bethesda)

There are a couple of reasons why players might want to hunt down Blood Eagles in Fallout 76. There are various quests in the game that would require you to do so, and to progress more in the game, it would be best to complete them. Also, weekly or daily quests are a very good reason to hunt Blood Eagles to get more experience for your S.C.O.R.E. to get more rewards.

But for the sake of getting materials, it is not really worth hunting down Blood Eagles. Because of the fact that they are raiders, the items they drop are much more random. They are not really good for farming certain materials unless you are looking for Stimpaks and you are desperate.