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Fallout Perk Ornaments Are Here For a Holiday Cheer Stat Boost

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If you’re stuck in a Vault this upcoming holiday season, you might as well spruce the place up and get festive. Luckily for us, Merchoid is rolling out their Fallout perk ornaments to help level up our nerdy Christmas cheer stats.

Officially licensed, Merchoid’s Fallout perk ornaments are a six pack of Vault Boys that you can hang upon your Christmas tree. The ornaments are 3 dimensional, and each of the six hold unique poses and looks that exemplify the various perks that the Fallout series offers. Merchoid is releasing the Fallout perk ornaments to help promote Bethesda’s big launch of the online title, Fallout 76.

The half dozen Vault Boys are comprised of highly durable PVC plastic and¬†stand roughly 3 1/3 inches tall. The Vault Boys are designed to represent the statistical categories of Big Guns, Melee, Barter, Energy Weapon, Repair and Science. These various skill sets help to constitute a player’s overall SPECIAL (Strength, Perception, Endurance, Charisma, Intelligence, Agility and Luck) rating within the numerous games in the Fallout series.

If you’ve never shopped with Merchoid before, there’s no reason to be skeptical. The outlet offers free shipping on its products, and they also tout a 100 day “Easy, no hassle returns” policy. They also have a money back guarantee which allows you to return your item for whatever reason and get a full refund.

If you have someone in your family that’s a big Fallout fan, they’re undoubtedly hoping to open up a copy of Fallout 76 on December 25th. But if that seems too far away, you could always attempt to get into Bethesda’s beta for the game. The beta for the game begins tomorrow for Xbox One owners, and for PlayStation 4 and PC player, they can hop into the action on October 30th.

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Jeff Scott
Growing up a 90's kid, Jeff found his love for gaming during Nintendo's heyday. Because of that, you could (perhaps sadly) call him a "Nintendo Fanboy" to this day.

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