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Days Gone A Bunch Of Cavemen

Approaching The Marauder Camp

Hello everybody.

The mission A Bunch Of Cavemen is part of the Marauder Camp Hunter story line and takes place in the Crater Lake region, it’s unlocked some time after you complete the I Don’t Want To Hang mission. I got the call from Kouri after I started the mission How Do I Get Them.

To get the mission started talk to Captain Kouri at Diamond Lake Camp, he’ll tell you about a group of marauders that’s been attacking supply lines on the southern border and marks their location on your map. The camp is a fair ride south of Diamond Lake, on the way I took out some Cryer Nests. To take out these Cryer Nests and not have to get too close the ideal weapon is your crossbow with the incendiary bolts. Just before the camp at about 125m there’s a camping spot with a few travel trailers, this is a good place to park your bike. You can see a high cliff with one marauder stationed there, you can either take him out or do like I did and hit him with a residue bolt. While the marauder that was infected with the residue bolt was shooting the other marauders in the group I advanced. All together there a just 7 marauders in this group so it’s easy XP. There are bushes on both side of the entrance to the camp and a wooden barriers that make good cover. By the time I reached the entrance there were 4 marauders left, I quickly took out 2 of them and moved up to the top where I took out the second last marauder on the other side. I didn’t see the last one but I did see some loot so as I went there I stumble upon the last one and in the confusion I just used my melee weapon to take her out. When the last one is down the mission will be complete. This one pays 5000XP, 1700 credits, 2750 camp trust points, and if you’ve been doing the Marauder Camp Hunter missions this should be that last one, it was for me.

Thanks for watching, God Bless and happy gaming.

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