While exploring the south part of the map in Fallout 76, you may come across the Charleston Fire Department. The heroic Fire Breathers are open to accepting new heroes to join their team, as long as the recruits pass an exam first. If you want to be recruited into the Fire Breathers, you’ll need to brush up on your test taking skills. We’ve compiled the Fire Breathers exam answers below for players who want to cram before taking the test.
All Fire Breathers Exam Answers
There are seven questions to prepare for when taking the Fire Breathers exam in Fallout 76. You will need to get a perfect score to move on to the next phase of the recruitment process. If you want to try to study for the test on your own, you’ll have to do what you can to learn about the subject yourself by perusing the classroom to look for details that might be on the test.
Search by the computer terminal on the desk for a letter from a former recruit. The letter is essentially an old cheat sheet for the exam written to someone named Greg. This cheat sheet contains all of the answers to the Fire Breathers knowledge exam, so study the answers carefully. The only answer on the cheat sheet that is a bit vague is the last one, which refers to mercifully ending someone’s life.
Here are all the answers to the Fire Breathers exam:
- Evacuate as quickly as possible
- A water-soaked rag
- Gently bind the burn with clean bandages
- Retreat immediately
- 1 pt. Purified Water, 2 Ash Rose, 2 Blight, 2 Soot Flower
- Fall back and engage from a distance with firearms
- End his life as mercifully as possible
While these answers are listed in a specific order, keep in mind that the exam questions may be randomized when you actually go to take the test. If you’ve got the Fire Breathers exam answers handy though, you should be able to pass the test pretty easily.
Run the Fire Breathers Race
After you have passed the Fire Breathers exam with flying colors, your next test involves sprinting around the capitol building in Charleston, the one that has the gold-domed roof. You’ll need to sprint to the button on the right side of the building, then run quickly back, which should only take a couple minutes. You can’t run if you’re over encumbered, so be sure to drop a few items if they’re slowing you down.
Belching Betty Mine
The final phase of the Fire Breathers recruitment process is to set of an alarm within Belching Betty mine. This objective isn’t timed, so don’t rush through the mine, as you might miss out on collecting some decent resources and materials along the way.
Make your way down to the bottom of the Belching Betty mine. When you reach the bottom to set off the alarm, be prepared for a bunch of enemies to ambush you. Take them out to the best of your ability, then head back up through the mine to return to the Charleston Fire Department.
Once you have finished all three phases of the Fire Breathers exam, speak to the robot once more to become officially recruited into the Fire Breathers. Check out some of our other Fallout 76 guides for more wasteland tips, including how to upgrade Perk Cards and how to get more Atoms.