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State of Decay Year One Survival Edition: Main Story Missions

Updated on October 25, 2015
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Another chunk of my writing has to do with video games. In particular State of Decay a zombie survival game that I wrote a few Hubs on.

Playthrough

Introduction

This will not be a walkthrough so much as it will be a checklist of sorts. If I was to do a blow-by-blow walkthrough in detail it would be a 25,000 word Hub. I’ll try to keep this as condensed as possible, the way you play can be unpredictable because of the randomization.

State of Decay needs to be played at face value, only some aspects are for certain. The missions themselves always play out the same way but in different locations. The best I can do is tell you what you'll need to make it.

You might cuss me for being vague, but the intention of this "walkthrough" is to help you along through a game that is randomized for the most part. Essentially you'll fight zombies and search for supplies. However as I go along I will (like with my Lifeline checklist) mention points of interest that will make your game go easier. Use this guide in conjunction with "Surviving State of Decay: The Basics" Hub (link to the right).

(Note: Missions can be played in any order as they are announced over the radio. I will group these together depending on the story arch they cover. Mission titles will be in bold. Also make sure to come back to Home Base between missions, you will anyway, but doing so will play cut scenes between characters that move the story along.)

Outposts

After finishing The Voice on the Radio and before The Vet Clinic set up some protective Outposts around The Church of the Ascension.

Outposts have a few important duties. First of all the Resources that are found at a particular Outpost will “restock” over time (if you don't take everything before Establishing the Outpost). Meaning that while you’re not playing the game your Home Base will stay maintained with those Resources. Unless you pick the place clean before establishing the Outpost. In which case you’ll get a notification when you boot up the game, that “upkeep failed due to lack of resources” (<paraphrasing). If the majority of your Outposts do then the notification will say “Supply Locker Restocked”.

Secondly, depending on what structures you make an Outpost you can set up a protective safe zone, around your Home Base, from Hordes. By setting up Traps. If all of these safe zones are connected to your Home Base’s zone, and select the “Snipe Zombies” option from the WatchTower, AND do so the moment you boot up the game, you can feel free to explore the Safe Zone without worry of zeds. Even without “Snipe Zombies” it’s a pretty leisure stroll.

Then there’s the Supply Lockers where you can unload/restock your Inventory. Before you establish an Outpost inside a Fast Food Restaurant, make sure you clear any supplies in the “container” behind the counter first. The placement of the Supply Locker will otherwise block access.

Places With A Chance of Finding Building Materials

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Home Base and Building Materials

When you have the Building Materials for it upgrade your Workshop and Infirmary, and build a Physical Training Area. Search Storage and the two Construction Sites for Building Materials. Also search the Gunshop for guns and ammo (and maybe Grenades). Houses also have Resources of random types and guns. Make sure to keep swapping between characters when one gets Tired or Hurt, this also helps to keep Morale in check (make a habit of this I won’t mention it twice). Keep this up until you get a Journal entry about Ed. At which point you should move on with the story by doing The Vet Clinic.

The structures surrounding The Grange have the possibility of spawning Building Materials. Same with the Warehouse down the road.

After Home Away From Home you should move into Snyder Trucking Warehouse.

You need 12 Survivors to move into the Snyder Trucking Warehouse. You just need 50 Building Materials and 100 Influence to make the move. Once there fix the Bedroom, Machine Shop, and Storage Room. Also start building the Watchtower. Next up you should make another Workshop (the one provided already cannot be upgraded), a Garden, Library, Medical Area, and an additional Sleeping Area. Next go into your Journal and Abandon Outposts 1-4 that you set up earlier back by the Church of Ascension. The Snyder Trucking Warehouse provides eight Outposts so you can pretty much own that part of Marshal by making it a zombie free zone. Once you have enough Building Materials turn the Medical Area into an Infirmary, the Sleeping Area into a Bunkhouse, the Watchtower into a Shooting Platform, and once the Library is built select Research Greenhouse. Once that research is complete upgrade the Garden to a Greenhouse.

After Sgt. Erik Tan in the Army strain of missions climb the nearby Ferris wheel that acts as a Survey Point. Survey the area for the few Military Stashes. These stashes have the possibility of having military grade firearms, Grenades, and Ammo and Medicine Resources. There are also two more Stashes on both of the bridges that lead into Fairfield. There is also the Fairfield Fairgrounds that can be turned into a Home Base. I would suggest sticking with Snyder Trucking Warehouse since you’re so late in the game.

Military Pickups (After Fairfield Unlock)

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Military SUVs

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Police Cruisers

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Tutorial Missions:

The very beginning missions of the game. I consider everything up until getting meds for Ed, to be part of the Tutorial. During this time pay attention to the information on the left side of the screen. All of the information is very basic but will help you along.

Under Attack:

Survive

Run forward and press the X button to fight the zombies. I’m going to mention here that you should use the Left Bumper+Y button combo whenever a zombie is on the ground or against a wall. This instant kill move will make your play time easier, this will also be the last time I mention it.

Find Help:

Go to the Ranger Station

The game will give you instructions on the stealth mechanic. It’s up to you if you want to play the game that way, get to the green circle.

When you get to the Ranger Station swap out your Wooden Branch for the 2x4 Bracket in the Supply Locker. Then take the Painkillers and climb the water tower outside.

Water Tower:

Survey the Area

Climb up and hold the Left Trigger to aim at each of the white question marks around you. This is a tutorial for Survey Requests and Survey Points later in the game.

Open your map with the Back button and put a marker on the green question mark with the A button. Go there.

Ridge Cabins:

Search the Cabins

Search the three Cabins in this area. The game’s loot functions are randomized, but you have a chance at finding a gun, or a new melee weapon (typically a Hatchet), and some Snacks and Painkillers. If you see something glowing, this is a Container that holds supplies of some kind. Hold Y button to search it, you can also hold down the Left Bumper but this can cause a loud noise that draws a group of zeds to your location. It’s up to you. (As you use the same Survivors to search their Wits skill will increase. At Level 7 Wits you can hold Left Bumper while searching and not cause any loud noises in the process.)

Your Inventory might not be full just yet after searching the Cabins. Go to the Public Restroom (target like white dot on map) and Camp Sites (Tent icons) to search for more items. If you follow the road past the Public Restroom there are three more Cabins to search there. Once you’re loaded up go back to the Supply Locker and empty out what you find. You likely found a Large Backpack (taken from searching Backpack Containers), which you should equip because it adds two more Inventory slots. Once you’re done head toward the green Ammo icon on the map.

Distant Gunshots:

Head Toward The Gunshots/Help the Stranger

You likely found a firearm while searching everything, Hold Left Trigger and press Right Trigger to shoot at the horde of zombies coming across the river. Once they get close fight them with your melee weapon.

At this point you can swap between Marcus and Maya. Before going back to the Ranger Station search everywhere if you haven’t already. If you didn’t find a secondary Large Backpack, (for Maya) while searching, switch to Marcus before entering the Station.

Ranger Station:

Save Ed

Rush over and kill Zombie Thomas.

Escape

Take everything you can carry from the Supply Locker, doing this might not seem necessary, but it will net you extra Influence (the game’s currency) later on. If not everything will be waiting in the next Supply Locker once you get to the church.

Leave Mount Tanner

Run to the Industrial Supply Store and get in the Old Pickup.

The Voice On The Radio:

Go To The Church

Once you turn out onto the main road you’ll have to jump the wooden bridge. If you get enough speed you can clear it. If not, climb up the ridge and take the nearby SUV. Then swap that for the Police Cruiser parked by the Gas Station, up the street from the Church. Ignore the searchable locations along the road, you can come back to these later. Go to the Church.

Home Sweet Home:

The Grand Tour

Follow Lily around the Base. When the conversation’s over dump out everything in your Inventory except for your Painkillers, Snacks, gun, and melee weapon. If you found a gun that accepts a Suppressor attach the one in the Locker. Otherwise just get a slot full of ammo and open the Home Page by pressing up on the D-pad. Set up a Basic Workshop and leave the base through the main gate. Take the Old School Muscle Car at the end of the road.

Lay of the Land:

Climb the Cell Tower

Pull into the parking lot of the Fast Food Restaurant, the base of the cell tower can be reached from climbing over the dumpsters. Remember, like Sprinting, you can hold down the Left Bumper to climb faster.

Look for a Medical Facility

It’s the same as Surveying, like on the water tower earlier. Once the mission is over slide down the ladders with Left Bumper. I won’t tell you how to play the game from here. You search where you want, but you should search for Resources and set up Outposts before you continue the story. Doing all of that now will make things easier for you later. (See "Outposts" section above.)

The Vet Clinic:

Recommended: Bring some Distraction items (Firecrackers, Flares, etc.)

Break In

Alan will give you an Improvised Suppressor. Go through the front door of the Clinic.

Guard The Parameter

While Sam and Alan search Barricade the windows near them. If you have time before the Zombies bust in help search Containers. This won’t speed up the gather process but you never know what you’ll find.

Lead The Runners Home

Depending on what time of day you’re playing there could be one, two, or three Hordes wondering around out front. Using a Distraction item will give you room to run away. Get out of the area and follow the blue arrow. Don’t bother trying to get a car just yet.

Hold Up

As you run past the Fast Food Restaurant Alan and Sam will have a tiff about using common sense.

Drive Sam Home

Get in the nearby Octo Class Sports Series (or whatever car the blue marker highlights) and drive Sam back to Base. Continue doing whatever side quests are available (like Morale missions) and gathering Building Materials for your Base. You can check the Abandoned diner that you pass by to get to the Vet Clinic, there is typically some there.

After Completing The Vet Clinic:

Once you have delivered the medication for Ed you will buy yourself some time to scavenge for Resources, do side missions, what-have-you, but until you get the cutscene with Doc Henson (after doing the Wilkensons' first mission) Ed could still die from his infection.

This outcome is even more likely if you take too much time to do The Vet Clinic.

Army Missions:

Army Sighting

Recommended: Play as Maya, she has a military background

This isn’t really much of a mission. Just a cut scene. When it’s over drive out of the red-dotted circle to end it.

Army Activity

Recommended: Don’t bring a vehicle, run to the mission start from Home Base

Find The Survivors:

Get in the nearby Rally Hatchback and search the blue question marks until you find Karen and Anson.

Bring The Survivors Home:

Search each of the buildings for supplies as you look for the Survivors. Bring them back to your car and drive them home. This will unlock the Garange as neighbors.

Eyes in the Sky

Recommended: None

Just climb to the top of a Survey Point (if it’s the mountain follow the trail behind the Abandoned Diner) and Survey the area. Look for Hordes and the mission is over.

Insubordination:

Recommended: Maya and a shotgun

Head to the Survivors

Run up the hill to the marked house.

Rescue the Survivors

Break into the house and open fire on the group of zombies attacking the survivors. Chances are they are downed by a group of zombies. Shoot your way in and finish off the rest with melee once they are knocked down. After the conversation you will unlock the “Death From Above” radio call which is an artillery strike.

Sgt. Erik Tan:

Recommended: A semi automatic weapon

Hold the Bridge

After the opening cutscene pick off the zombies that rush your position as the soldiers plant explosives. They will first come from the left side of the row of abandoned cars, then from the right.

Clear the Blast Radius

After taking out the zeds the soldiers will be ready to blow open the barricade. Run away and another cutscene will play.

Check out the Fairgrounds

If you don’t have a suitable vehicle with you there is a Police Cruiser parked on the bridge. Use that to transport Sgt. Tan and his men to the Fairgrounds (that is if they actually get in). Drive to the Base and watch the cutscene.

Lone Soldier:

Recommended: Bring something explosive, you might have to take on a Horde.

Once you get to the house a cutscene will play.

Leave the House

Walk outside, heading back toward your car. You will hear a gunshot, then have another conversation with Sgt. Tan.

Head to the Reservoir

Get in your vehicle, with Sgt. Tan, and drive up to the reservoir. Park within the blue marker until his dialogue is complete.

Walk with Sgt. Tan

Follow Sgt. Tan as he continues his speech. Once you get in the tent search the Military Stash. You might have a chance of finding an assault rifle, Grenades, or a grenade launcher. Walk out of the tent with Sgt. Tan and watch the cutscene.

Exit Strategy:

Recommended: None

This is just another conversation mission, but it moves the story along and it’s considered a mission so…

The Armory:

Recommended: A light machine gun with at least one reload’s worth of ammo, firebombs, and a decent melee weapon that your chosen character is comfortable with.

Head to the Warehouse

As you make your way into the warehouse there are going to be A LOT of zombies to fight including a few randomly generated Special Zeds. You will have Sgt. Tan and a couple of other soldiers fighting with you, but they will strictly stick to melee fighting. Use a light machine gun (such as the M60E4 that is available for purchase from the Wilkerson Enclave). The zombies will eventually stop coming in the first area. Just keep fighting and eat a Snack and use medicine when your Stamina and Health bars go down. Also remember that you can kill downed zeds instantly with Left Bumper+Y. Once you get to the entrance of the warehouse there is a chance you will have to fight a Big’Un. If you have any firebombs left use one on him. Save some ammo for this guy too.

Clear the Warehouse

Just like an Infestation the warehouse will have to be cleansed of the Screamer(s) here plus the other common zombies. Things will be calmer in here compared to the battle getting inside, but there is still the possibility of a Feral or Bloater wondering around. A gun (apart from killing the Special Zeds) is not really needed here.

Once the mission is over search this Warehouse (if you haven’t already). There is a high possibility of finding some really good guns at this point in the game.

The Wall:

Recommended: An assault rifle with three slots of ammo, a grenade launcher with every grenade round you have, and some Flame/Box/Standard Mines

Before you talk to Sgt. Tan set up your Mines along the bridge, far enough away from each other so that they don’t go off all at once. Then talk to him.

Protect Sgt. Tan

An onslaught of zombies will come from three directions; front, left, and right. You have two other Survivor characters covering left and right. Your Mines will take care of some of the ones coming from the front, but there is a strong possibility of Ferals and Big’Uns getting involved too. The Survivors should be capable of handling the common zeds but pitch in with your grenade launcher if any Big Un’s appear. Also use grenade rounds on clusters of zombies. It will make the attack go faster. Some zombies will also run UNDER the bridge infront of you, but will not climb up the ridge on either side.

Clear the Blast Radius

When Sgt. Tan says the charges are ready clear the radius, then watch the cutscene.

Protect Sgt. Tan

Like before you need cover the bridge while the other characters cover the sides, but with a larger force of a zombies coming all at once. Ferals are more likely at this point and grenade rounds obviously work on them just as well as bullets. Your fellow Survivors are more likely to get swarmed this time so pitch in with their sides when necessary.

Stay out of the Blast Radius

Like before run out of the radius. Then enjoy the abrupt ending.

The Grange Missions:

Stranger In Trouble

(Note: Stranger in Trouble is a side mission that helps introduce you to neighboring Survivors. Meeting the Survivors of The Grange will begin in a similar way. It's actually a Tutorial Mission, but it's related to The Grange so moving on.

Recommended: Nothing

Find Missing Survivor:

Go to each of the blue question marks and search the structures. Sometimes Jack is in the first building, sometimes it’s the last place you look. Either way search each place as you go, including the one you started the mission in.

Escort the Survivors:

Get a four door vehicle and drive the survivors to The Grange.

Indefensible

Recommended: A long range rifle, any caliber other than .22

Defend the Workers:

Before you head out grab a couple Firebombs from the Supply Locker. “Snipe” the zombies in the distance. Watch both the right and the left.

Protect the Workers:

Soon you’ll have to run to help Shawn by the Warehouse. Rush in and use a melee weapon rather than sharp-shoot.

Defend the Workers:

Go back to shooting zombies while Becca talks. There is a chance a Feral will spawn behind you so keep an eye on the radar for a thick red dot. Use a Firebomb on the passing Horde that you will undoubtedly alert.

Protect the Supplies:

Like before run in and melee the zombies. If any Special Zeds spawn shoot them.

Defend the Workers:

Go back to sniping zombies. A Big’On will probably appear toward the end but hopefully the cut-scene with Sheriff Parsons will play (removing nearby zeds) before you have to fight it.

A Discreet Request:

Recommended: Bring a Shotgun

Ask the Sheriff

Go to the Courthouse and talk to Patrick Garrett at the entrance.

Find Carl

Go to each of the blue question marks on the map, searching each Structure, until you find Carl.

Find the Feral Zombie

Go to each of the blue question marks, being at the ready for the Feral to pop up, and shoot it (preferably with a Shotgun) when it appears. Afterward watch the cutscene.

Bad Tidings:

Recommended: None; other than playing it as the same Survivor for constancy’s sake.

What you decide to tell Quentin will determine the fate of the Grange Enclave. Telling him “No” will end the mission strand on a good note. Telling him “Yes” will unlock a couple extra missions but will ultimately end their storyline on a sour note. I won’t spoil it for you but in my opinion you are better off selecting “No”. Once you do follow Quentin into the Grange’s main building and watch the cutscene.

(Incase you're a pessimistic jerk the following happens when you tell Quentin the truth.)

Quentin Barnes:

Recommended: Some tissues?

This mission plays off as a Find Missing Survivor type structure. Search each of the blue question marked spots on the map until you find Quentin.

Head to the Grange

On the way to the Grange you will get a radio call from Becca about an attack by guys with guns. (This isn't Dying Light or Dead Island so don't be excited for a shootout.) Watch the cut scene once you get to Becca's location.

Give Quetin Some Space

Get in your vehicle and drive out of the red dotted corona.

The Wilkersons Missions:

The Old Farmhouse

Recommended: A magazine fed firearm, preferably something chambered in 5.56 or 7.62

Follow Job inside:

Run into the Farmhouse and over to the Supply Locker. There is 60 rounds of various small-arms calibers here. Including the 5.56 and 7.62. Remember this for later. There are also 10 Wilkerson’s Private Reserve, a type of Fire Bomb.

Fortify the Farmhouse:

Go up to each of the windows and Barricade them. As you do Job will give you three Firebombs.

Defend the Farmhouse:

Go out on the front porch, closing the door behind you, and “snipe” zombies as they approach the house. When you need to run inside and grab more ammo. Also use melee attacks when they get in close. There may be a chance a Big’On will show up, use Fire Bombs. Shoot the casks of whiskey for explosive damage.

Take Care of Eli:

After the cutscene shoot Eli in the head.

Accusations:

Recommended: Play it as Marcus or another Survivor with high Leadership.

Walk with Job

Follow Job and listen to what he has to say.

Leave the Area

Just go back to your car and drive away from the Wilkerson’s farm.

A Helping Hand:

Recommended: None

Drive Sam Home

The objective pretty much describes this entire mission. Avoid the zombie hordes and drive Sam down the road to his place.

After this mission the Wilkersons will have some new weapons available to “buy” from their Supply Locker. A 416 CQB should be available to purchase, grab one it’s a good rifle.

Nervous Survivor:

Recommended: Have at least 5 Ammunition before starting the mission. By late in the game that shouldn’t be a problem. Also a fast car depending on the location of your Home Base.

After the cutscene talk to Mario and offer to pay his debt.

Head Home

Get in your car and drive Mario to Home Base, and run into the marker.

Deliver the Ammo

Now you just have to drive all the way to the Wilkerson’s Farm and talk to them.

Unwelcome Guest/Neutral Observer:

Recommended: A vehicle with four seats.

Talk to Jonathan and select “yes”. Then get a four-seater and drive to the farmers (marked as “Neutral Observer”). Talk to Samuel when you get there.

Escort the Survivors

Drive to the Jurassic Junction and stop in the marker.

Head Home

After the cutscene get back in your car and drive up the road. You will be notified that the three Survivors are dead and the mission will be complete.

After this mission go back to Jurassic Junction and pick up the three Survivors’ rucksacks. Also a little later an M60E4 will be available for “purchase” at the Wilkerson Farm.

Courthouse Missions:

The Law

Recommended: Bring Marcus, he represents your group of survivors.

Walk With Judge Lawton:

This is just a moving cut scene. Follow Judge Lawton through the Courthouse.

Listen to Sheriff Parsons:

Just stand there and listen to what he has to say. When you’re ready; talk to him and select “Yes”.

Civic Duty

Recommended: An extra slot of ammo, for your chosen firearm, and a couple Molotovs

Head to the Infestation:

Head with Patrick and Sherriff Parsons to the first Infestation, it’s right up the street. The Special Zombies will be Screamers. Shoot them in the head after clearing out the normal zeds.

Head to the Next Infestation:

Search the house for anything useful then drive to the Next Infestation. As you head there Sheriff Parson’s radio will get a distress call.

Find the Survivor:

Check each of the Structures marked with a blue question mark. As you search each of the buildings search for supplies. Once you find the Survivor the mission is over.

While you’re here in Marshal search the Police Station, you have a very good chance of finding a Grenade Launcher as well as other firearms, and an Ammunition stockpile. Also the houses in the north part of town have a great chance of having guns. Well actually all of the houses in Marshal have at least one gun, but those houses are for certain.

An Elevated Perspective:

Recommended: Depending whether or not Ray is standing on top of an Infestation you should consider bringing a Molotov and a high-capacity weapon

Climb to the top of the Office that serves as a Survey Point and watch the cutscene.

Sweet Ride:

Recommended: None

Deliver the Goods

Follow the dirt road into the farmlands, be careful at the end of the road to not flip the car. If you do just exit the game and select “Continue” once you get to the main menu. Once you get out into the field run over the two groups of zombies. Then Finish The Delivery by driving to the farm house.

Feel free to keep Ray’s High End Exotic. It’s fast but can only take out so many Hordes before breaking.

Special Delivery

Recommended: None

Meet Ray Santos at his location (usually The Alamo Homesite in Marshal) and he'll give you a rucksack. Drive it to the highlighted Enclave to get a reward of +5 Resources.

Trouble at the Courthouse:

Recommended: A shotgun or weapon capable of full-automatic fire.

Rescue the Survivors

Run into the Courthouse and shoot at the large crowd of zombies, or attack them directly with melee. Once the zombies are dea.. defeated you will be informed that Carl and the Judge are both dead.

A little while after the end of this mission Talia and Patrick will request to join your community.

Lily Missions:

(Note: These could be apart of a different strain but I put them in their own arch because they are neither Tutorial Missions or given by any other Enclave. Pretty much this is stuff that involves YOUR Enclave of Survivors but does not count as a repeatable side mission.)

Sam Hoffman

Recommended: None

Go to each of the blue question marks in search of Andy Pimms. Most of the houses have already been searched by now and you are in the Outpost safe zones.

Put Andy Pimms To Rest:

Once you find Zombie Andy kill him with your melee weapon to finish the mission.

Keep going back to Home Base until you get a cutscene of Jacob and Lily arguing about moving out. It will play eventually, just keep returning after each mission.

Home Away From Home

Recommended: None

Look For Potential Home Sites:

If you want you can drive to each of the Potential Home Sites and hear a basic description of them, or just drive right to the Savini Residence.

Follow Jacob/Shoot Sick Guy

Watch the cut-scene then kill the McGuffin for an un-fleshed-out blackfever storyline.

Leave The Area:

Drive to the Snyder Trucking Warehouse. After the cut-scene the mission is over.

Scene of the Crime

This is just a story cutscene that will occur while you’re out gathering Building Materials for the big move. Head back to Home Base to see that Alan has killed Pastor Will.

Eventually you will have to talk to Alan back at Home Base after a cutscene involving him not feeling good.

Mercy Shot:

Recommended: A silenced handgun

Talk to Alan and choose between killing (“We Can’t Take That Risk”) or exile {“You Can’t Stay Here”). If you choose to kick him out he will move into the nearest Potential Home Site. For example if you live at the Snyder Trucking Warehouse (I recommend that you do) he will move in down the road at the Savini Residence. Then that’s that. This walkthrough will cover choosing the first option.

Go Someplace Isolated

Get in a vehicle and drive to the marked location on the map.

Kill Your Friend

Alan will kneel down. Shoot him in the head with your selected firearm.

At one point Lily will call you on the radio asking if you can go up to the Ranger Station and bring her back something that belongs to her father. Before you go up there get a couple of Firebombs and a rifle with a silencer. A Distraction Item such as a Flare or Firecrackers is useful too. When you’re ready drive up to the campgrounds at the top of the map (where you started the game). It’s up to you whether you want to try jumping the broken bridge. If you do make sure it’s something fast, you can make the leap in a Police Cruiser. While you’re in the area you might find Building Materials in the Industrial Supply Store by the Ranger Station.

Memento:

Recommended: A silenced rifle, a Distraction Item, and a couple firebombs

Secure The Area

Once you get close to the Ranger Station the mission will activate. Climb to the top of the water tower and toss a Firecracker into the parking lot. Then toss a firebomb onto the crowd of zeds that form. The Screamers in the Ranger Station should wonder out afterward. Snipe them from up on the water tower. Plus any other zombies to clear the Infestation. After the Infestation is cleared watch the cutscene.

Make the long journey back to Home Base and a cutscene will play of your Survivor giving Lily the watch.

Help Doc Hanson: (<Might be a Wilkersons Mission)

Recommended: A semi automatic weapon with a high capacity.

Protect the Doc

By the time you get on the scene Doc Henson will already be swarmed by the undead. Start shooting any in the distance as you try to get closer to Henson. Then clear out the rest with melee attacks. If you have the Focus Aim ability unlocked for Maya this mission can be very easy and quick Once the cutscene is over you will unlock the “Medical Advice” radio call which will restore your maximum Vitality if you get Hurt.

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