Fallout 4

About this mod

Adds children to the Commonwealth.

Permissions and credits
  • Russian

Since I first started playing Fallout 4 there is one thing that has bothered me to no end.  The rate of which people are dying in this world is completely unsustainable when you consider the extreme lack of children.  I will kill 1000 adults before I see even 1 child.  This is my attempt to address that.

  • There are 20 boys and 20 girls that could arrive via the beacon like any other settler
  • Adds 11 more variations of children's outfits and 5 hats
  • Added 18 posters for kids (optional)
  • 8 new craft-able outfits courtesy of Kidswear Modder Resource
  • Children have a wide variety of hair from Hair for Children
  • Children's outfits can now be crafted and the Chemistry lab
  • You choose the orphan spawn rate, options are 70/30 or 90/10 audlts to children
  • Additional option of mostly male or mostly female settlers
  • The orphans can sleep in sleeping bags or on a ground mattress'.
  • The orphans can be traded with and assigned tasks and for the most part, act like full settlers
  • SimpleSettlers and Facials for Everyone are fully compatible settler variety mods that were designed for compatibility with Orphans

Install options
Children are common...
  • 4 to 1 adult to children ratio
  • 4 to 1 adult to children ratio, mostly female settlers
  • 4 to 1 adult to children ratio, mostly male settlers
Children are rare...
  • 8 to 1 adult to children ratio
  • 8 to 1 adult to children ratio, mostly female settlers
  • 8 to 1 adult to children ratio, mostly male settlers

Optional Files
  • Children of Bunker Hill
  • Children of Goodneighbor
  • Child Posters

  • Orphans for Workshop Framework
Example Install Order
  1. Facials or Simple Settlers (you do not need the WSFW versions)
  2. Orphans 8.2
  3. Orphans for Framework (overwrite 8.2)

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