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Investigate Calvin van Lowe's meeting in Bastion Park

Baa Baa Black Sheep is a side quest in the Fallout 76 update Wild Appalachia.

Quick walkthrough

Find the following holotapes and notes:

Detailed walkthrough

Travel to Bastion Park to investigate what happened at the meeting between Calvin van Lowe and his handler Bo-Peep. Investigate the park and find the following clues which are all located in the center of the playground by a black scorch mark:

While there, watch out for the bloodbugs or bloatflies that may usually be buzzing around the park.

The clues all point to Sal's Grinders in the middle of Beckley. Travel to Beckley and investigate the building for the following clues:

While in Beckley, watch out for the robot strikebreakers that are normally patrolling the town, which include Eyebots, Protectrons, Mister Gutsy, and a Robobrain.

Read terminal entry 'Check-in #63' on Sal's personal terminal upstairs. This will complete the quest and begin the next one, The Lowe-Down.

Quest stages

Quest stages
StageStatusDescriptionLog Entry
? Investigate Bastion ParkCalvin van Lowe left an entry on his terminal about some kind of meeting with a "Bo Peep" in Bastion Park. I should investigate and try to figure out what it was about.
? (Optional) Find all clues in the park (#/#)
? Investigate Sal's GrindersCalvin van Lowe met a woman codenamed "Bo Peep" in Bastion Park to give a demonstration. Something went horribly wrong, and Bo Peep wound up dead. I found a letter from "Wolf". Bo Peep was supposed to meet him at Sal's Grinders in Beckley. I should investigate.
? (Optional) Find traces of Wolf (#/#)Wolf went to investigate Bo Peep's disappearance and sent a message to his handlers that he'd leave more information in a dead drop in Lewisburg. The coordinates should be on the same terminal.
?Quest finishedDownload dead drop location coordinatesWolf went to investigate Bo Peep's disappearance and sent a message to his handlers that he'd leave more information in a dead drop in Lewisburg.

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