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Days Gone Horde Killer Lobert Draw Ridge

Can’t Reload Fast Enough

Hello everybody.

The Lobert Draw Ridge Horde is part of the Horde Killer story line and it’s located beside the Pillette Bridge Nero Checkpoint in the Hwy 97 region. Traveling there from Wizard Island at night has it’s share of dangers from marauders to ragers.

If you arrive at night the horde will be out at the waters end down the hill from the checkpoint. I had to use a different strategy for this horde because although there were bushes around they were all too small and too far away. I tried to lure them closer but I couldn’t get them to all come together, so I had to take a more aggressive approach. I was using the Chicago Chopper as my primary weapon and I had 3 refills in my saddle bags. Instead of trying to hide and hit them with molotovs I went down the hill far enough so I could reach a big enough group and threw 4 napalm molotovs by the time done part of the horde started to chase me. I ran past the pickup on the bridge that’s close to the rail and used that as a choke point, the majority of Freakers will come through there instead of going around. Eventually the Freakers will stop coming so you’ll have to coax another group to come up. The second time I went down I used molotovs, there was only time to throw 3 before I had to run back to the choke point. I should’ve been standing farther away to give me time to reload. I had to go down a third time with three more molotovs but that didn’t attract much attention so I hit them with pipe bombs. After that the horde was small enough to start shooting the rest, at one point I ran out of ammo and had to run back my bike to restock. I don’t know how much XP this horde will earn you but it’s probably in the neighborhood of 400, but you’ll earn 1700 credits, 1650 in camp trust points, and the Horde Killer story line will be updated.

Thanks for watching, God Bless and happy gaming.

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