Shaking Up Teller is a quest in Escape From Tarkov, given by Prapor himself. The quest requires you to go to the Customs dormitory area and obtain a valuable item from one of the rooms.
Escape From Tarkov Shaking Up Teller Quest Details
Shaking Up Teller Quest Dialogue
Hail, the knave of axe and gun. Some curious info came up recently. Smells like solid profit without running around too much. Ready? Look. There was that wisecrack who ran the stores, lived in a dorm by the factory. And, as usual, sidelined some cash. He lived in room 214. But that’s not the point. I don’t think you will find much there if anything at all. Though he swore there’s something. Something else had surfaced: In the same dorm, he owned one more room, 203, but wasn’t babbling about it and, as a matter of fact, used it for storage. Now that’s where he had something of value for sure, more than one of his errand runners perished there. Also, he had a garage. Don’t know the number, but it was certainly two-digit – I have a listing of owners starting with 100, and his name is not there.
- Obtain the valuable item in dorm room 203 on Customs
- (Optional) Gain access to dorm room 214
- +5900 XP
- +0.02 reputation with Prapor
- ~78000 Roubles
- Geiger-Muller counter
- Unlocks the purchase of PBS-4 5.45×39 sound suppressor
- Unlocks the purchase of Hexagon 12K 12ga sound suppressor
Impressive indeed! It’s almost a nuclear suitcase! No surprise he spared no people trying to pull this out.
- Key 203
To complete this quest, you will need to have the key from room 203. The room is located on the second floor of the 3-story building, and it’s only accessible by unlocking the door. The quest item is located under the bed, and it’s a briefcase with the Tarbank sign on it.
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