Gray Zone Warfare “The Value of Sharing” Quest Guide

The Value of Sharing is a quest in Gray Zone Warfare given by Turncoat. It asks you to get and bring him fentanyl, which should be stashed under a house somewhere in Ban Pa.

Important: This quest interferes with “Line in the Sand” given by Gunny, which asks you to destroy the drugs rather than bringing them back to Turncoat.

The Value of Sharing Quest Details

Friend, I suspect that by now, you are already aware of the exact nature of events that unfolded in Ban Pa before your arrival. The village’s original inhabitants utilized their entrepreneurship and passion for drama to create a delightfully macabre and, more importantly, very profitable business. Sadly, even though they shared some of their wealth with… certain individuals in power to look the other way, judging by what you’ve discovered, it wasn’t nearly enough.

I believe it’s only fair I get my slice of the pie, and I hope you’ll help me secure it. No need to fret; unlike those tight-fisted folks, I understand the value of sharing. There’s bound to be a stash hidden away somewhere, containing the finest of their craft. If you’d kindly procure some of these materials for me, I’ll ensure your efforts are handsomely rewarded.


  • Bring the fentanyl to Turncoat
  • Locate a stash of high-grade fentanyl under a house


  • 2x 6B47
  • Experience: 1000
  • Reputation: +150


This quest instructs us to go to Ban Pa and search for a box with drugs hidden under a house. The building is close to the well, to make it easier for you if you’ve done that particular quest. You can find the location of the box below.


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