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A puppy for Boozer

Hello everybody.

This mission is part of the Surviving Isn’t Living story line and takes place at Deerborn-Estates.

The mission is unlocked after the mission Something To Heal His Soul where you talk to Addy about getting some anti depressants for Boozer. Deerborn Estates is located off of Roberts Bridge Rd. east of Iron Mike’s camp and west of the Deerborn Ambush camp. There are 2 entrances along Roberts Bridge Rd. one on the north side and one on the south, which ever entrance you use you’ll want to park your bike in the bushes next to the Estate office building and take care of any Freakers that are roaming around. There’s a house across the street with a covered trailer in the front yard, as you get close a magnifying glass will appear revealing an area to be searched, this time there will be hand prints to follow. Jump onto the trailer and into the upstairs window. Searching the couch on the right produces all kinds of human and canine foot prints that lead to a room downstairs, inside there’s a corpse to examine and some dog treats on the dresser. After you pick up the dog treats there will be canine paw prints leading outside. The paw prints end on the stairs but you’ll hear a Freaker in the back yard, he’s trying to break into one of the sheds. After he’s taken care of there will be a place on the ground to interact with, as you do you put a couple of dog treats on the ground and you can see the puppy in the shed. A cut scene plays as the puppy comes out and eventually goes to Deacon, it continues back at Iron Mike’s camp with Deacon delivering the puppy in a crate, it ends with Boozer and puppy going into your camp, he kicks the door closed and the mission is complete. This one pays 4000XP, 250 credits, 1250 point gain in camp trust, and the Surviving Isn’t Living story line will be updated.

Thanks for watching, God Bless and happy gaming

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