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Collaring Outside the Lines is a radiant side quest in the Fallout 4 add-on Nuka-World.

Quick walkthrough

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Detailed walkthrough

Due to this being a radiant quest, the questgiver, the target and target locations may vary. After one receives the quest from Mason, Nisha, or Mags Black, the player character will be be given a target to collar. This target may be in a city or settlement, which will turn hostile if the target is collared in view of others. The player character has the option, with a minor speech check, to ask the target to follow them. Lead them away from people to avoid having to kill anyone. Speak to them again and the best choice is an easy speech check telling them the player character has a necklace they would look good in and collaring them. Other options are to sneak up on the target and to collar them, or to beat them into submission and collar them while they are stunned. Be careful that any follower does not kill the target if the violent option is chosen.

Return to the questgiver for a reward.

Quest stages

Quest stages
StageStatusDescriptionLog Entry
10 Collar <Alias=Target> in <Alias=Location><Alias=QuestGiver> has asked me to collar <Alias=Target> at <Alias=Location>.
100 Return to <Alias=QuestGiver>
150Quest finishedQuest complete


If a settlement turned hostile on the player character while doing this quest, they may go back to neutral after completing the quest and picking up the next one. Even after killing several inhabitants after they turned hostile the player character may re-enter the settlement without issues later on. This applies to all locations that are not normally hostile to the player character.

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