Gray Zone Warfare “EOD” Quest Guide

EOD is a quest in Gray Zone Warfare given by Banshee. The quest asks you to go to the Sawmill and find the detonators.


Good to see you again! Your help made my life a lot easier, and I am thankful for that, but it’s not over yet. You managed to cut off the head, but the body is still more than able to light the fuse, both figuratively and literally. I’d definitely sleep a lot calmer if their ability to cause a massive f****** explosion would be taken away from them.

I need you to look for a set of detonators and bring them back to me. Without them, they might as well use all that fertilizer just to grow flowers for their graves. I’d say Sang used to keep them somewhere close to where he was holed in, so try to find his hooch, and I’m sure you’ll find them as well.

You do this for me, and we can talk more business.


  • Retrieve the detonators and bring them back
  • Locate the detonators at the sawmill


  • x2 TC-2002
  • Experience 1000
  • Reputation 150


To get this item, you will need to have the Sawmill Office key, or SM Ofc. The key can be found in all the enemies Sawmill, so make sure you eliminate them. It’s kind of a rare spawn. Anyway, you can find the quest location and closeup images below.


Close-up images

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