Fallout 4

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In the mountain range to the west of Nuka World lies a mid-century style bungalow. Hiding behind an unassuming windowless front you find an expansive living space with large glass panes that unite the indoors with the green gardens outside.

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In the mountain range to the west of Nuka World lies a mid-century style bungalow. Hiding behind an unassuming windowless front you find an expansive living space with large glass panes that unite the indoors with the green gardens outside.

Required DLCs:
  • DLC: Nuka-World
  • DLC: Contraptions Workshop
  • DLC: Vault-Tec Workshop

Required mods:

Recommended:

Additional environment mods used in the screenshots / video:

Installation:
  • Install the blueprint with a mod manager or manually.
  • The settlement lies just outside the border of the Nuka-World worldspace so make sure you have this setting in your fallout4.ini to allow you to travel there:
    [General]
    bBorderRegionsEnabled=0
  • Travel to Nuka World and then paste this line into the console to get to the right location:
    player.setpos x -53500; player.setpos y -39000; player.setpos z 2300; player.setangle z 180
  • If you get stuck in the ground, wait a few seconds until the cell has loaded, then run the same command again.
  • Use Conquest to build the Caldeira settlement at this location (see below for using a different settlement name).
  • Import the blueprint with Transfer Settlements using the default settings.
  • The red cube in the basement is a placeholder for the location of the workshop workbench. Copy the cube's position and orientation onto the actual workbench (using Place Everywhere or manually with setpos/setangle commands), then scrap the cube.
  • There are 2 floor lamps and 2 table lamps that end up without power after importing. Picking them up in workshop mode fixes it. Everything else should be fully functional out of the box.

Using a different settlement than Caldeira:
  • After creating the new settlement at the right location with Conquest, build some object in it (because exports can't be empty), export it with Transfer Settlements and exit Fallout 4.
  • Open the Bungalow blueprint JSON file in a text editor and look for the "workshop" section at the very end.
  • Replace it with the "workshop" section from your exported settlement. Now you should be able to import the modified blueprint.


FOMOD Installer based on NMM Transfer Settlements Blueprint Installer.