Sector 3 Fast Travel Map

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Nov 152011

In order to use fast travel, a player character has to register his DNA with the receiving lifenet station first. This is done by leaving a sample at that locations computer. Fast Travel then is initiated by killing the clone in one station and by reviving him at the receiving station. This process does not include mounts and vehicles. Check with your local garage or stable manager to have your ride towed. As usual, towing is much cheaper if mounts and vehicles are parked, prior.

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Sector 2 Fast Travel Map

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Nov 152011

In order to use fast travel, a player character has to register his DNA with the receiving lifenet station first. This is done by leaving a sample at that locations computer. Fast Travel then is initiated by killing the clone in one station and by reviving him at the receiving station. This process does not include mounts and vehicles. Check with your local garage or stable manager to have your ride towed. As usual, towing is much cheaper if mounts and vehicles are parked, prior.

 Posted by at 8:32 am

Sector 1 Fast Travel Map

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Nov 152011

In order to use fast travel, a player character has to register his DNA with the receiving lifenet station first. This is done by leaving a sample at that locations computer. Fast Travel then is initiated by killing the clone in one station and by reviving him at the receiving station. This process does not include mounts and vehicles. Check with your local garage or stable manager to have your ride towed. As usual, towing is much cheaper if mounts and vehicles are parked, prior.

 Posted by at 8:26 am

Sector 2 AP quest waypoints

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Nov 142011

This is a list of quest givers whose quest chains will result in 1 or 2 bonus AP, similar to the Sector 1 AP quest waypoints list.

This list originates from a post at GlobalTech Atlas, only slightly formatted to fit your screen. I have also started to verify the information therein. Please let me know if you find any problems with this list.

To use the list, open you characters .ini file at: {your install directory}\Settings\User\(your-character-name}.ini. Highlight and copy this list and paste it at the end of the .ini file. Make sure you don’t have any other WAYPOINT entries in your .ini file. If you do, correct the number scheme accordingly. Once in game, you can open up your waypoints with Alt-P, highlight one of them and follow the yellow X.

Last Changes:
12/04/11 added SC Union Rep, need to take Doctors meds to become available.

WAYPOINT_0=BA Daniel Barret,4353328,5320153,182127
WAYPOINT_1=BA Nigel Verence,4352640,5320698,181736
WAYPOINT_2=BA Graham 807,4264052,5270223,181077
WAYPOINT_3=BL Jackson Sims,4871995,5756482,180525
WAYPOINT_4=BL Roderiga Serling,4897496,5750669,180500
WAYPOINT_5=BL Frida Blaine,4908229,5776371,180517
WAYPOINT_6=BL Major McGinley,4907728,5791456,180517
WAYPOINT_7=BL Slunk,4865478,5755517,180497
WAYPOINT_8=BL Phillip and Kitty Stone,5250608,5076042,181390
WAYPOINT_9=BL Felix Lasgow,5254438,5083207,181426
WAYPOINT_10=DV Charlotte Kerny,4010092,5108246,184555
WAYPOINT_11=DV Rhonda Billingsley,3995086,5110266,184995
WAYPOINT_12=DV Moira Hudson,3994026,5111257,184997
WAYPOINT_13=KR Ralph Avery,5750082,5709079,188385
WAYPOINT_14=KR Jay Westerly,5753415,5695990,187380
WAYPOINT_15=KR Bob Culp,5753354,5697373,186938
WAYPOINT_16=KR Thomas Algood and Journal,5755458,5696308,187380
WAYPOINT_17=KR Box Cutter McCall,5757309,5700015,188243
WAYPOINT_18=KR Bank Officer Winship,5750219,5698365,188250
WAYPOINT_19=LS Ben Carson,4106799,5542638,185862
WAYPOINT_20=NF Britt Kanjorsky,4480662,5524148,183436
WAYPOINT_21=NF Freedom Newspaper,4482796,5522923,183423
WAYPOINT_22=NF Elena Winters,4426254,5535471,183423
WAYPOINT_24=NF Cruikshank,4429035,5530918,183423
WAYPOINT_25=NF Shackleton Endurance,4462912,5543108,183423
WAYPOINT_26=CB Thumbs Valora,4686639,5462313,182886
WAYPOINT_27=CB Paul Moldovan,4666002,5459580,183387
WAYPOINT_28=CB Karol Steinmetz,4671150,5462771,182947
WAYPOINT_29=CB Malachai Portman,4677790,5456728,182894
WAYPOINT_30=CB Bruce Fenwood,4665218,5459512,182899
WAYPOINT_31=CB Arial Screed,4683006,5458161,182894
WAYPOINT_32=CB Brickhand,4660926,5466773,182903
WAYPOINT_33=CB Adrian Lazar,4675811,5467998,182894
WAYPOINT_34=HV Sister Ziri,4511124,5185409,183705
WAYPOINT_35=HV Wei Zhu,4522181,5161834,183650
WAYPOINT_36=HV Hank Jennings,4508863,5151185,183533
WAYPOINT_37=HV Brother Isaac,4511237,5154043,183532
WAYPOINT_38=PR Slider Bill,4508151,5400874,180302
WAYPOINT_39=PR Jesus Batista,4490628,5378284,177890
WAYPOINT_40=PR Willem Gutierrez,4479829,5381974,178089
WAYPOINT_41=PR Javier Huerta,4476126,5380097,178089
WAYPOINT_42=PR Patricia Wang,4477407,5375809,178089
WAYPOINT_43=PR Abdalla Sadr,4481440,5375254,178089
WAYPOINT_44=PR Derek Holman,4487178,5377674,180594
WAYPOINT_45=23 Sheriff Hank Yates,4519235,5299215,184425
WAYPOINT_46=23 Natasha Fuller,4516034,5301445,183419
WAYPOINT_47=23 Chun Kwong,4511829,5298919,182947
WAYPOINT_48=23 Tripline,4517537,5285291,183017
WAYPOINT_49=23 Bearer Victor,4519803,5282275,182977
WAYPOINT_50=23 Hans Iller,4524886,5297403,183067
WAYPOINT_51=TB Matthew Hudson,4937798,5157181,181810
WAYPOINT_52=TB Soleil Sunrunner,4897430,5144014,181631
WAYPOINT_53=TB Constance Silsmore,4889222,5136889,181408
WAYPOINT_54=TB Iriana Dupree,4884056,5140299,181551
WAYPOINT_55=TB Craig Trevors,4885286,5153073,181550
WAYPOINT_56=HO Ellie Reinecker Bug Farm Corn ,5041425,5631896,180279
WAYPOINT_57=PH Wade VanHorn,5032207,5775747,180851
WAYPOINT_58=PH Mark Mills,5033144,5779854,180787
WAYPOINT_59=SH Jeremiah Underhill,4272954,5175588,181675
WAYPOINT_60=SC Ian Needles,4533923,4988965,183949
WAYPOINT_61=SC The Doctor,4545018,5000498,183800
WAYPOINT_62=SC Corrine Bruce,4543537,4992245,183783
WAYPOINT_63=SC Union Spokesperson,4544377,5000683,183810
 Posted by at 3:20 pm
Oct 312011

Of the many Fallen Earth websites, only a few have been found active at the moment


Psychic’s Online Character Planner V2.01

Fallen Earth Bloggers

Fallen Earth Wiki


Wastelander Radio

Fallen Earth Roleplayer’s Haven

Broken Future Database & Guide

Roguishness Resource Maps might be outdated

Fallen Earth (Czech)

Red Alert (Russian)


Feel free to leave your site’s name in the comment section

 Posted by at 8:07 pm

Melee, with some crafting thrown in

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Oct 292011

Melee Build with some crafting


Armor Use 196: Dreadnaught 10/10, Soak Elements 8/8

Dodge 163: Duck and Weave 4/5

First Aid 156: Resuscitation 2/3, Staunch Wound 6/7, Suck It Up 3/5, Renew 3/4

Melee 196: Charge 5/5, Provoke 11/11

Power 183: Attack Posture 5/5, Dent Armor 5/5

Precision 153: Precise Hit 4/5, Perfect Timing 4/5

Thermal Control 174: Cold Snap 8/9, Hypothermia 8/9, Molotov Cocktail 6/7, Napalm 7/8


Stance: Dreadnaught, Soak Elements, Duck And Weave, Attack Posture


Disclaimer: These builds are for study purposes only, until they have been vetted by some reviewers

 Posted by at 6:51 pm

Pure Ranged Build

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Oct 292011

Pure Ranged Build
Armor Use 180: Dreadnaught 9/10, Soak Elements 7/8

Dirty Tricks 195: Dirty Steel 6/6, Kneecap 6/6, Sabotage 5/5

Dodge 146: Duck and Weave 4/5

Group Tactics 159: Combat Endurance 4/6, Give’em Hell 4/5, Offensive Coordination 5/6, Overwhelm 4/5

Pistol 195: Incendiary Strike 5/5, Concentration 4/4
-or- Rifle 195: Agonizing Wound 5/5, Bullseye 5/5

Power 123: Attack Posture 3/5, Dent Armor 3/5

Precision 183: Precise Hit 5/5, Perfect Timing 5/5

Nano-Manipulation 162: Filtration 6/8, Reconstruction 7/8, Revitalise 6/7, Vital Osmosis 7



Stance: Dreadnaught, Soak Elements, Duck and Weave, Concentration, Attack Posture


Active Skill: Perfect Timing,  Filtration, Reconstruction, Revitalise, Vital Osmosis

Prepared Attack: Incendiary Strike (Agonizing Wound, Bullseye), Dent Armor, Precise Hit, Dirty Steel, Kneecap, Sabotage


Disclaimer: These builds are for study purposes only, until they have been vetted by some reviewers

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Pure Melee

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Oct 292011

Pure Melee Build


Armor Use 195: Dreadnaught 10/10, Soak Elements 9/9

Dodge 163: Duck and Weave 4/5

Group Tactics 102: Combat Endurance 3/6, Give’em Hell 2/5, Offensive Coordination 3/6, Overwhelm 2/5

Melee 195: Charge 5/5, Provoke 11/11

Power 183: Attack Posture 5/5, Dent Armor 5/5

Precision 146: Perfect Timing 3/5, Precise Hit 4/5

Empathic 135: Benevolence 6/9, Preservation 5/8, Restoration 4/7, Share Life 5/9

Primal 189: Beast Might 7/7, Primal Vigor 8/9, Rampage 8/8

Telekinesis 72:  Always Armed 2/9, Bend Metal 1/7, Propel 1/8


Aura: Combat Endurance, Give’em Hell, Offensive Coordination

Stance: Dreadnaught, Soak Elements, Duck and Weave, Attack Posture

Toggle: Primal Vigor, Always Armed

Active Skill: Charge, Provoke, Benevolence, Preservation, Restoration, Share Life, Rampage, Bend Metal, Propel

Prepared Attack: Dent Armor, Beast Might


Disclaimer: These builds are for study purposes only, until they have been vetted by some reviewers

 Posted by at 5:15 pm

Clan Listing

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Oct 282011

I’ll be listing all active clans in this post. Please register by responding to this thread with

Clan name:
Description: One line only
Playstyle:  mainly PVE, mainly PVP, or some mix, RP?
Recruitment: closed, or a list of recruiters
Recruitment requirements: level, be able to speak in /faction, age, etc

Quick Navigation: CHOTA, Travelers, Techs, Enforcers, Lightbearers, Vistas, All Factions

Navigation by Language: Spanish


Clan: Feral
Gone Feral, stopping just short of running around the woofs butt naked and howling at the moon
Playstyle: PVP/PVE mix
Recruitment: Stevus
Requirements: be able to speak in /vista

Clan: Last Ranger
Close-knit group active in crafting and PVE and some PVP 
Playstyle: more PVE
Recruitment: Darow Stillwater, Onions, SgtFrosty, Grendil
Requirements: Vista, Chota or Lightbearer

Clan: La Hermandad del Yermo
Description:  particularly aimed at Spanish-speaking players!
Playstyle: PVE/PVP
Recruitment: Estalker, Jaquesd Asemps
Requirements: Vista, Chota or Lightbearer
Language: Spanish



Clan: Kings
Sneaks into the enemies’ back yard and scavenges their precious resources and on its way out, thanks them with a shank in their back!
Playstyle: PVP
Recruitment: Vaako
Requirements: be a Traveler, or plan to be a Traveler


Clan: Iron Sights
 We are modeled as a 1% or outlaw motorcycle club with pirate influences
Playstyle: PVP/PVE
Recruitment: Vaako
Requirements: be a Traveler, or plan to be a Traveler



Clan: X.I. Corporate Armed Forces
A fighting force that focuses pvp/pve throughout all of of Fallen Earth
Playstyle: mostly PVP
Recruitment: Alex Technician, Sam Penn

Clan: Equalizers
We are a legacy group dating back to Star Wars Galaxies early days in 2004.
Playstyle: PVP/PVE
Recruitment: Vandrel, Melgarian, Corbaine, Mike Starks, Asteiner, Kayoan, Kradic, Talulah
Requirements: no multi clan or multi faction alts



Clan: Reavers
 We unite, because we are the outcasts. The ones who everyone else lifts their noses to.
Playstyle: RPvP
Recruitment: Aiidoneus, Volkermord, Ogma, Void Blade, or Mudscat
Requirements: CHOTA
Languages: English



Clan: Death Row Loot Party
The Age of a new era, the brink of success, the home of the elite.
Playstyle: PvE/PvP
Recruitment: Red Falcon
Requirements: Tech, or Traveler




All Factions

Clan: Drifters
The original soloers clan, we are omnifaction and cater to PVEers, PVPers, crafters, RPers and soldiers of fortune.
Playstyle: mostly-PVE
Recruitment: Deviuz Misano, GrimBerger, Eagle Talon, Ichoros. Any Drifter can invite you.
Requirements:  A reasonable level of maturity. No drama allowed.

Clan: Warrior Nation
Warrior Nation is one of the largest known organized global gaming clan and community in the world
Recruitment: WNxWhiteIce

Language Index:

Spanish: La Hermandad del Yermo

 Posted by at 7:52 pm

Help Channel Frequently Asked Questions

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Oct 262011

Free to play

  1. Is there a gold/chip limit for f2p?
    Yes, 10 red chips, which is plenty. My level 24 toon was not able to save 1 red chip, yet. The chip limit goes away, if you purchase anything in the marketplace.
  2. What is the difference between F2P and subscribers?
    Subscribers have more character slots, unlimited crafting time (compared to 8h per day for F2P), higher XP, faster crafting time, more monthly rewards points. For details, look here
  3. How do I get rid of the UPDATE button?
    This is the friendly reminder that you can subscribe to the game. It goes away once you buy a subscription. It is unconfirmed that it will also go away with any purchase in the marketplace. Otherwise, you can iconize it and move it offscreen.

Travel, Mounts and Vehicles

  1. Where’s my horse?
    It’s where you left it last. Horses and all vehicle are persistent in this game. Once created, they will only move with their rider, or they can be towed by a stable or garage manager. You can locate your mount on the minimap in the form of a grey circle with a green or red square in it.
  2. I died, where’s my horse?
    Same as above, it’s where you left it when you died. Fortunately, usually there is a garage not to far from the Lifenet Center. You could have your mount towed there.
  3. How can I feed my horse or fuel my vehicle?
    You can craft horse feed as well as fuel using your nature and science tradeskills or you can buy it at a garage or a horse merchant. Once you have it in your inventory, push the fuel/feed button on your mount window.
  4. How to deal with waypoints?
    Waypoints allow a player to mark his map. Push Alt-P to open the waypoint window. This allows you to create and delete waypoints, either right at the spot where you are, or by entering coordinates. You can select a waypoint from the list and a yellow X on your minimap will point you into the direction of the waypoint.


  1. I bought something at the auction, where can I find it?
    Items won at auctions are delivered by mail. A mailbox is usually not far from the auctioneer or can be found at banks, the nearest diner or at the gas station.
  2. I bought something and it doesn’t show up in inventory?
    Your inventory is full. Either there aren’t any inventory slots left, or you have reached the maximum weight you can carry. The maximum weight increases by .5 per level or by raising strength.
  3. My inventory was full when I completed this quest! I accepted a quest, but didn’t get a needed mission item !
    You should actually have the quest still in your quest helper window, or you can open your quest journal using the J-key and highlight the quest labelled “Success”. Make room in your inventory for the items you are about to receive as reward, then push the Success button. Mission items for a quest will appear in your inventory, as soon as you make room for them.
  4. Can I sort my inventor?
    You can filter your inventory by Gear, Mission Items, Trade Goods, Useables and Other by pushing the little funnel icon on the top right of your inventory window.
  5. Is there a bank or other permanent storage?
    Yes, there are bank vaults. You can find them on the map marked with a safe symbol. There are four different vaults: Sector, Barter, VIP and Utility. Not every location has a Barter vault and even less have VIP and Utility vaults.


  1. Where can I find tinfoil, fasteners, cotton, plastic, copper, grain?
    Crafting materials can be obtained by purchasing them at a vendor, looting them from a corpse, harvest, scavenge or mine them from a node or by butchering a corpse. Some materials can be crafted as well. As for the original question: tinfoil is a rare loot or scavenge. There is not hard and fast rule where to get it. The auction house or patience is your best bet here. The same is true for plastic which is rare in sector 1, but can be found more often in sector 2. Copper can be found around the Lifenet stations of the newbie towns, since it’s used for a newbie quest. Cotton can be harvested from node on the outskirts of the starter towns. Similar for grain, which can be found around the 2nd tier towns, and loads of it around Needle Eye


  1. Is somebody around who speaks my language?
    Yes, there is. The Fallen Earth community is international with many European nationalities and a good sized group of Brazilians. Most of them have their own guilds and it’s always fun to interact with other nationalities. However, the purpose of the help channel is to answer questions of the new player. GMs do police this channel and try to keep the chatter down. The use of foreign languages beyond one or two lines is not permitted. This does not give the permission to harass or discriminate against foreign nationalities.


  1. How to spend my AP?
    Building out your character is not easy and can’t be answered in this FAQ. This website has various guides and a whole forum dedicated to it. And here is an AP planner.
  2. Can I save up my AP?
    Yes, you can, but you’ll quickly notice that you can’t keep up with the quest and the unfriendly opposition. Look for some guides on how to build your character.


  1. Crafting is so slow.
    It might appear so, but it is well balanced. After all, crafting continues while traveling or fighting and even when you log out. And I haven’t heard of any average crafter who was complaining about not being able to keep his crafting up with his level.
  2. What happens after 8hours of crafting?
    F2P players are limited to 8hours out of 24hours of crafting. After 8hours, your current crafting is paused until the next 24 hour day.
  3. What happens when i go offline?
    Your crafting continues when you log out, even if you switch to a different character. Theoretically, a subscriber could have up to 4 crafting queues going.
  4. Where can I buy the commander kit?
    The commander kit is a crafting tool that replaces all others except the harvesting tools (geology, nature). You can buy it either at the marketplace or at a rewards vendor (Watchtower in sector 1). However, you don’t need it. As long as you have the specialized crafting tool, like your cooking kit in your inventory, you can craft all cooking recipes. It is unfortunate that the commanders kit appears next to the regular kit in red, which leads many to the assumption it is a needed item.
  5. Can I scope my rifle?
    Yes, you can. However, not every rifle is available with a scope, and you need to have a recipe for each particular scoped rifle.


  1. I dropped my quest, how can i get it back?
    Yes, you can. The original quest giver will offer you the quest again. It will be difficult at times to find them, since the quest chains are long, and you have many quests in your journal. The Fallen Earth Wiki might be helpful in locating your quest.


  1. Where can I pick my faction?
    Faction comes only into play in sector 2. Once there, you’ll see 6 faction towns. Do quests there and receive faction points as rewards.
  2. When can I go to sector 2?
    Sector 2 is not blocked for any level. Around level 15 you will have a good chance to survive the trip solo and around level 18 you should be able to do the quests in the first town “Sunshine” in sector 2.
  3. How’s the endgame?I refused to answer this question in any MMO I’ve ever played, since I usually have way to much fun exploring the game and with a question like that I have skipped 90% of the content the developers have created for me. This is very true for Fallen Earth as well. The game world is huge, there’s a lot to explore. Enjoy.

But wait, there’s more

The Fallen Earth website has its own FAQ here

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