The Cycle Frontier “Explosive Delivery” Quest Guide
Explosive Delivery is a quest in The Cycle: Frontier. The quest is given by Emmanuel Sullivan – Osiris CEO & Lead Researcher. It consists of 2 different parts. All of them are included below.
The Cycle Frontier “Explosive Delivery” Quest Details
General Quest Dialogue
The caverns you found are encased by a crystalline structure, far too strong for any of your weapons to breakthrough. Sullivan believes there’s a connection between them and the Progenitor terraforming tech.
Explosives aren’t the usual Osiris way, but they’re a time-tested cheap way of opening holes in walls.
Quest Parts, Objectives & Guides
Click on Parts to sweep through all of the quest parts.
Part 1 Dialogue
The notebook you brought back was most interesting, Prospector. Those Crystal Caverns appear to be made of a something similar to some of the Progenitor materials we’ve analyzed, and no one’s ever managed to get past their walls and see what’s inside. It’s time to change that; get me some old explosives and I’ll have a team blast their way in.
- Deliver 6 Derelict Explosives
Derelict Explosives can be found in Dumpsters, as per the game’s official guidelines. However, it can also spawn in Consumable Boxes and Weapon Crates too.
Part 2 Dialogue
That crystal structure enveloping the caverns is far more resistant than I thought imaginable, the team was barely able to scratch it. I was curious about whether this moment would come… It’s time wake up Dr. Fedotov. He was reportedly an acerbic firebrand in Osiris, and the best materials researcher the world has ever seen. Stayed on the surface to work for as long as possible, then put himself in a cryochamber when it became too late to evacuate safely. Just another problem I inherited when taking this position…
- Find the Frozen Scientist
The Frozen Scientist is located inside the Pinnacle Labs on Crescent Falls. It’s in the room connected with a tube bridge. For a more precise overview, check the image below:
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