Gray Zone Warfare “Lip Out” Quest Guide

The quest Lip Out is given by Handshake, and he wants you to go in the Sapphire resort and find out what happened to Donald J. Dortmunder.


Hey, champ, wanna help find a missing person? A gentleman from the mainland asked for our help. He’s looking for a man named Donald J. Dortmunder, who apparently stayed at the Midnight Sapphire Resort.

Our client knows little about Mr. Dortmunder, but he does know that he is an avid golfer. Why is the gentleman looking for this man? I didn’t ask, and I don’t really need to know. Too many questions are bad for business. The most important thing is that we will get a really nice reward if we find him.

Go to the resort and try to find out anything about the missing man.


  • Uncover what happened to Donald J. Dortmunder and report back to Handshake


  • RPC
  • USD 8,300/50,000
  • Experience 2000
  • Reputation 200


This quest is on two completely different locations in Midnight Sapphire. The locations for both of the items can be found below:

Golf Club images closeup.

After you get the document from the Golf Club, then you need to go to the Villas and obtain the smartphone.

Smartphone closeup images.

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