Fallout 4 Bobblehead Bonanza- Boost Your Skills


In the vast wasteland of the Commonwealth in Fallout 4, bobbleheads are more than just adorable bobbing heads. These miniature marvels offer permanent stat boosts to your character, making them highly sought-after collectables. Finding all 20 bobbleheads scattered across the map can be a challenging but rewarding task, granting you a significant edge in your post-apocalyptic adventures.

This guide will be your one-stop shop for everything Fallout 4 bobbleheads! We’ll delve into the location of each bobblehead, provide difficulty pointers, and answer some frequently asked questions you might have seen on YouTube or other forums.

So, grab your Pip-Boy, dust off your vault suit, and get ready to hunt down these valuable bobbleheads!

Finding Your First Few Bobbleheads

As you begin your journey in the Commonwealth, you’ll stumble upon a few bobbleheads relatively early on. Keep an eye out for these during your initial explorations:

  • Agility Bobblehead: This one is located on the wrecked ship FMS Northern Star, found in the southeastern corner of the map. Explore the ship’s deck to find the bobblehead perched on a wooden beam.
  • Charisma Bobblehead (requires some legwork): This bobblehead is hidden within Parsons State Insane Asylum. However, simply reaching the location isn’t enough. You’ll need to complete a series of quests for Edward Deegan, who can be found in various locations like Diamond City or Bunker Hill. Once you finish his quests, you’ll gain access to Cabot House during the “The Secret of Cabot House” quest. Inside Jack Cabot’s office, you’ll find the Charisma bobblehead on his desk.
  • Energy Weapons Bobblehead: This bobblehead is tucked away in Fort Hagen, Kellogg’s base of operations. Descend to the kitchen area and look for two refrigerators. The bobblehead rests on a table between them.

Venturing Further: Bobbleheads in Unique Locations

As you explore the Commonwealth’s diverse locations, be on the lookout for these bobbleheads:

  • Barter Bobblehead: Head to Longneck Lukowski’s Cannery in the northeastern part of the map. Inside a metal hut near the cannery building, you’ll find the Barter bobblehead.
  • Big Guns Bobblehead: This one requires a trip to Vault 95. Within the vault’s living quarters, locate the northernmost room and search the radio for the bobblehead.
  • Intelligence Bobblehead: Venture to Vault 81. Progress through the vault until you reach the “Cure” quest. In Curie’s lab area, you’ll find the Intelligence bobblehead on a shelf behind a terminal.
  • Luck Bobblehead: This bobblehead is inside Vault 114. As you explore the vault during the “Here There Be Monsters” quest, look for a classroom with skeletons. The Luck bobblehead is on the teacher’s desk.
  • Locksmith Bobblehead: This bobblehead is cleverly hidden within Pickman Gallery. Make your way through the gallery, defeating raiders and avoiding traps. As you reach Pickman’s terminal near the exit, you’ll find the bobblehead in a display case behind the terminal.
  • Medicine Bobblehead: This bobblehead is secured within Medford Memorial Hospital. Explore the hospital’s administrative wing and head towards the CEO’s office. Look for the bobblehead on the desk.

Bobbleheads and Raiders: A Risky Mix

Some bobbleheads are guarded by dangerous enemies, making them a test of your combat skills. Here’s what to expect:

  • Endurance Bobblehead: Located on the roof of the Poseidon Energy building, this bobblehead is guarded by the raider leader Cutty and his crew. Prepare for a fight before claiming your prize.
  • Explosives Bobblehead: This bobblehead is inside Saugus Ironworks, a raider stronghold. Be prepared to face a gauntlet of raiders wielding flamers and molotov cocktails.
  • Strength Bobblehead: This bobblehead is hidden within Swan’s Pond swimming pool. However, the pool is overrun by feral ghouls. Take them down strategically to secure the bobblehead.


Q: How many bobbleheads are there in Fallout 4?

A: There are a total of 20 bobbleheads in Fallout you can collect throughout the game.

Q: Where can I find a specific bobblehead?

A: Each bobblehead has a unique location. Here’s a breakdown of some popular bobbleheads and where to find them:

  • Charisma Bobblehead: This one requires a bit more effort. Complete the “The Secret of Cabot House” quest and you’ll find it in Jack Cabot’s office at Parsons State Insane Asylum.
  • Energy Weapons Bobblehead: Descend into the kitchen area of Fort Hagen. The bobblehead sits on a table between two refrigerators.
  • Endurance Bobblehead: This bobblehead is located on the roof of Poseidon Energy. Defeat the raider leader Cutty to claim your prize.
  • Big Guns Bobblehead: Head to Vault 95 and search the northernmost room in the living quarters. You’ll find it on the radio.

Q: Is there a guide that shows all the bobblehead locations?

A: Yes! There are several resources available online. You can find text guides or video walkthroughs (like [YouTube: Fallout 4 Bobblehead Locations]).

Q: Are there any bobbleheads I can get early in the game?

A: Absolutely! The bobbleheads for Agility and Lockpick are both obtainable right outside Sanctuary Hills.

  • Agility Bobblehead: Located on the wrecked ship FMS Northern Star, southeast of the map.
  • Lockpick Bobblehead: Found in the back room of the Sheriff’s office in Oberland.

Q: Do bobbleheads respawn if I take them?

A: No, bobbleheads are one-time pickups. Once you take one, it’s gone for good (from that playthrough).

Q: What are the benefits of collecting bobbleheads?

A: Each bobblehead provides a permanent perk that boosts a specific S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stat or offers a unique gameplay advantage. Collecting them all can significantly enhance your character’s abilities.

Q: Can I miss any bobbleheads?

A: Not necessarily, but some bobbleheads are locked behind specific quests or locations that you might miss if you don’t explore thoroughly.

Bonus Tip: Keep an eye out for bobbleheads in unusual places! They can be found on desks, shelves, and even hidden corners. Happy hunting!

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