Gray Zone Warfare “Living in Burrows” Quest Guide

Living in Burrows is a quest given by Gunny, and wants us to check the state of the water filtration unit and the generator inside the bunker at YBL-1.

Living in Burrows Quest Details

From the Soviet bunker reports I wade through, there should be some interesting machinery. Look, you know how it is. We are doing our best to stay afloat, so every piece of technology, or anything useful in general, can mean the difference between life and death.

I need you to go to the hideout of those rebel fuckers and check if there is anything worth saving. It was a fully functioning bunker with lots of computers and other gadgets, so there should be a pretty powerful generator. Something like that might come in handy.

The other thing I want you to examine is the bunker’s water filter. I’m certain the Soviets didn’t drink the famously contaminated local water without first purifying it. Nobody wants to s*** themselves to death. Having a spare filter on hand would alleviate some of the anxiety about the possibility that our technology might stop working.

Therefore, inspect the water filter and the generator. These machines are old, but the Soviets built their equipment to last for decades, so it is possible that we could still use them in the future.


  • Check the state of the water filtration unit
  • Check the state of the generator


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The location is in the YBL-1 Bunker. You need to go downstairs and find both the Generator Control Room and Water Supply Unit.

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