Lab Rat

Gray Zone Warfare “Seeker of Change” Quest Guide

Gray Zone Warfare’s Seeker of Change quest is given by Lab Rat, and it asks you to retrieve some samples from the barracks in Fort Narith.

Seeker of Change Quest Details

I have a critical assignment for you. Based on my sources, it seems that some soldiers from Fort Narith were dispatched to Ground Zero and were impacted in some way. Although I lack precise details about their condition, reports suggest that those who encountered them found it deeply unsettling.

That’s why I require you to visit Fort Narith and collect samples from these affected soldiers. I will provide you with the collection kit. Given our limited knowledge of the situation, this information is vital. The lack of clarity surrounding the Event makes every piece of information valuable. Retrieving these samples would greatly assist us in our quest for the truth.


  • Retrieve usable samples from the barracks and report back to Lab Rat


  • 4x EPO
  • USD 6,500/50,000
  • Experience 2000
  • Reputation 200


First and foremost, don’t forget to pick up the Sample Collection Kit from Lab Rat. She’ll send it in a message. If you lose it, you will need to buy it from her. Then, you go to Forth Narith, precisely in the Barracks area. For further details, check below:


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