Gray Zone Warfare “Name Your Poison” Quest Guide

Name Your Poison is a quest in Gray Zone Warfare and it asks you to find the Water cistern near the barracks in Fort Narith and poison it.

Important: This quest interferes with “Spit out the poison“, which means you will need to pick who to return the quest to, Lab Rat or Turncoat.


Friend, I am well aware that you are successively attacking the soldiers in Fort Narith, and I want to help you. As a weapons trader, I sometimes come across interesting things. In this case, a very useful poison. Put it into the water supply and witness the magic. It won’t kill the men, but it will definitely weaken them.

What’s my motivation? Let’s just say that the army hasn’t been fair to me in the past. And knowing that you will give them h*** puts a smile on my face.

If you accept, I shall provide you with the poison. Consider it a token of goodwill. A gift to strengthen our bond.

And worry not, if you manage to misplace it, you can purchase more from me… for a modest price. I can’t keep giving away such wonderful gifts all the time, you know. I’m sure you understand.


  • Find the water cistern near the barracks and poison it


  • x6 F-1
  • USD 5,500/50,000
  • Experience 2000
  • Reputation +200


First off, don’t forget to take the poison. Check the images below:

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