Gray Zone Warfare “Crime Doesn’t Pay” Quest Guide

Crime Doesn’t Pay is a quest given by Artisan, and wants you to search the Midnight Sapphire and reveal what happened to Deesabun Nguyen.

Crime Doesn’t Pay Quest Details

Hey, merc. It seems you’ve taken a liking to Midnight Sapphire; I’m not too surprised; after all, it was made for foreign scumbags. I guess it must feel like home to you and your kind.

The place was a f****** paradise for people who could afford it but a hellhole for those who had to work there. They were nothing more than slaves to the rich bastards who thought they could do anything to these poor people. I know it’s not your business to have empathy, but I know you won’t turn down a paying job.

I want you to go there and look for an employee named Deesabun Nguyen who has mysteriously disappeared. Try to look south of the golf club where the employees live. That’s all. Go and enjoy your stay at the Midnight Sapphire, sell-out soldier.


  • Search the Midnight Sapphire and uncover what happened to Deesabun Nguyen


  • AKMN
  • Experience 2000
  • Reputation 200


Apparently, Deesabun Nguyen has been tortured to death. The quest location is just below (green marker).

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