Gray Zone Warfare “Family Heirloom” Quest Guide

The quest asks you to retrieve some valuables from his house, the largest one in Nakasa village, north of Fort Narith.


Friend, you got some spare time? I have a personal favor to ask of you. I had to abandon my home in a hurry and left some belongings behind. They are family heirlooms that I cherish very much. I left them in a briefcase, but I can’t get there myself, so I’d like you to help me.

Naturally, you’re my first choice, because I know you’ve got a good heart, and a struggling man looking for a heartwarming patrimony won’t leave you cold… I’ll also give you a big bonus! For your irreducible work and your willingness to help without asking too many questions. You will find the briefcase in the largest house in Nakasa village, north of Fort Narith. It’s likely to be locked, so I suggest searching the backyard for a spare key. I seem to have misplaced mine…

So what do you say, friend? Are you interested in helping a local merchant in his time of need? I can assure you you will not regret it.


  • Retrieve the valuables and report back to Turncoat
  • Locate the valuables


  • 6B23-1
  • Experience 2000
  • Reputation 200


You need to go to Nakasa Village and first find the key, which should be on the Table in the backyard, then go upstairs and take the briefcase hidden under the bed. This is where it is:

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