Gray Zone Warfare “Cache Retrieval” Quest Guide

This is a guide for Gray Zone Warfare’s Cache Retrieval Quest. The quest asks you to find and mark caches on two different places.

Cache Retrieval Quest Details


So, you’re one of the new recruits, huh? Answering the call for action and adventure, or just in it for the paycheck? Makes no d*** difference to me. Just do your job well, don’t get killed, and you and I won’t have any problems, got it? The name’s Jackson. Anton Jackson. But everyone here just calls me Gunny. Now that we have the pleasantries out of the way, I have a job for you.

Some people here don’t want to admit it, but we took a beating, plain and simple. Whoever was behind the attack was no ordinary local force. They were trained, well-equipped, and put some serious hurt on us. We had to abandon our positions, leaving behind a lot of gear. Now it’s your turn to help us clean up this mess.

We’ve got weapons caches unaccounted for out there, and your job is to find them and mark their exact locations. I can give you their last known coordinates, but we need to be sure they’re still there. We can’t let those weapons fall into the wrong hands, so once you’re done, we’ll dispatch a team to recover or destroy them if needed. You got all that? Good, now go make yourself useful!

Oh, and don’t forget to bring a few GPS trackers with you! I’ll send you some, but if you manage to lose them, you can always buy more from me. What? You think that s*** grows on trees or something?


  • Find and mark the cache in one of the town’s warehouses
  • Find and mark the cache in a shed at the town’s lumberyard


  • 3x HPBT 5.56×54 60/60
  • 3x M26
  • USD 4,100/50,000
  • Experience 400
  • Reputation +100

Cache Retrieval Quest Guide

This quest requires you to get the two marks that are given to you by Gunny, and then visit the locations and mark the caches required.

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Lumberyard Cache

Warehouse Cache

Keep in mind that we’re Mithras atm, so it’s a bit different, even though the cities all have the same buildings. Keep in mind that the GRID number is always pointing you in the right direction.

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