Does a bigger radio room translate into higher chances for a rare or legendary dweller?

Okay, first things first: can you actually get a rare/legendary dweller from the radio room?

First I built a 2-wide radio room with high-charisma dwellers working it and average dwellers were arriving nicely enough, okay. But, if I want rare/legendary dwellers, can I expect them to show up from broadcasting?

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    From the Bethesda Blog, developers confirm that Legendary Dwellers only comes from Lunchboxes 🙁

    The community is fairly sure you can only get legendary dwellers from lunchboxes, but I couldn’t find anything concrete, but it’s extremely hard to definitely prove a negative.

    Rare dwellers can come from a radio room, but the only thing a larger room contributes bringing dwellers in faster. Upgrading the room doesn’t directly increase the chance of rare dwellers showing up.

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