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[HEROIC 2+] The Man with the Steel Voice

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Geric, a sickly old man with an artificial lung, has asked you to release his cleaning solution into the polluted waters at the Old Muckworks. He is sure it will cleanse the water and prevent others from getting sick.

Find the filter station outside the Old Muckworks.

  1. Investigate the Filter Station
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  2. Speak to Bow-La
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Option :1 Chose to help Geric

  1. Apply Chemicals to the Filter Station
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  2. Speak to Geric
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  3. Find the Hidden Cache
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Option :2 Chose to betray Geric

  1. Destroy the Southeast Filter Control Valve
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  2. Destroy the West Filter Control Valve
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  3. Destroy the Northwest Filter Control Valve
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  4. Destroy the Northeast Filter Control Valve
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  5. Speak to Bow-La
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  6. Speak to Geric
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key facts
Level: 5
Difficulty: Hard
Category: Hutta, World
Planet: Hutta
Starting NPC: Geric
Repeatable: YES
Experience Points: +1449
Light Side Points: 50
Dark Side Points: 50
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2 Responses to [HEROIC 2+] The Man with the Steel Voice

  1. Comment by Rhett made on December 16, 2011 at 1:32 am

    If you help Geric, he says the following, “You’ve done it, yes? You’ve purified the river? What are you going to do? You don’t like angry monsters coming out of the river? Don’t live near the river. That’s what I say. You say so. But try looking at life hooked up to artificial lungs. It looks different. Anyway, sorry about your conscience, but thanks for the help. Eh, relax. You did the right thing.

    • Comment by Mikro made on December 16, 2011 at 1:41 am

      I had a tough time choosing which way to go in this quest. On one hand I wanted to help clean the planet a bit, but on the other hand the indigenous people suffered. Each time I choose one of the two I feel a bit guilty for not choosing the other.