tcl — No collision. Walk through walls. Walk into the sky. Be free.
tfc — Activates free camera.
tfc 1 — Same as above, but freezes all animations.
tm — Toggles menus and UI on and off. It even stops you from seeing the console, so you’ll have to press tilde and type tm again blind to get the UI back.
csb – Resets blood and damage effects.
fov [first-person FOV] [third-person FOV] — Change the FOV.
set timescale to [insert number here] — Speeds up or slows down time. The default setting is 16. 1 is realtime, 10,000 is crazy spectacular timelapse. Be sure to look when time’s on fast forward because the sun and the moon actually bounce across the sky.
Find the Rock Point Camp area. Search this area to find Holotapes showing a man named “Bray Husky” giving instructions to three other men named “Rowan”, “Braun”, and “Luke”. The names of the members of the WWE Wyatt family are Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, Braun Strowman, and Luke Harper. Additionally, Bray Wyatt’s original name was Husky Harris.
Search the indicated locations after reaching Acadia in the “Far Harbor” DLC to find all five Islander’s Almanac magazines and get “The Islander’s Almanac” achievement. Collect the indicated magazine to gain the corresponding effect:
1. Far Harbor Sightseer’s Guide: Points of interest appear on the map.
2. Children of Atom Expose: 10% decreased damage from radiation-based attacks.
3. Recipe Roundup: Sludge recipes at the Chemistry Station.
4. Pincer Dodge: 5% Increased VATs chances.
5. Precision Hunting: 5% decreased damage from Mirelurk melee attacks.
You must have completed the “Getting A Clue” main quest line (early story mission) to start the “Far Harbor” DLC. There are no specific level requirements. Once you have completed this main quest and downloaded the “Far Harbor” DLC, go to the northeastern corner of the map. There is a new area available called “Nakano Residence”. You will meet parents looking for their missing daughter in this area. Talk to them and get the daughter’s last holotape from the safe in the boathouse. There is a key to the safe in the picture frame near the safe. Talk to the parents again and they will offer you their boat. Accept the offer, then climb into the boat to reach the “Far Harbor” DLC area and get the “Far From Home” achievement.
Go to the indicated locations to fight five Behemoths or Mirelurk Queens. They are the strongest enemies in the game and drop some rare loot. Bring a mini-nuke launcher (Fat Man) or rocket launcher and wear Power Armor. Otherwise, they may one-hit kill you if you are underleveled. These Bosses do not respawn. You will also encounter some of them during quests. As long as you land the final shot, it will count towards the “…The Harder They Fall” achievement.
There are four different Power Armor types: T-45, T-51, T-60, X-01. The video below shows how to easily find some of them early in the game. The type of armor you get depends on your character level. If you are only Level 5, chances are you will get T-45 parts, which are the weakest. If you are Level 50, you probably will get T-60 and X-01 armor. However, it is slightly random what armor type you will find in each area. Save the game before collecting parts. If you do not like the part you get, load the saved game to see if you get a different part next time. Most of the parts already have fusion cores installed. Thus, if you simply want a fusion core, you can check these locations and extract it from the Power Armor.
Fusion cores are needed to use Power Armor. The video below shows how to easily find 10 fusion cores early in the game. You can start collecting these right when the game starts. You can also buy them from vendors (for example, each fusion core costs approximately 500 caps in Diamond City).
Search the indicated locations to find all 20 Bobbleheads. Collect all 20 Bobbleheads to get the “They’re Action Figures” and “They’re Not Dolls” achievements. Each of these collectibles also gives you a new perk or increases one of your special skills.