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Neon Winter is a side quest in the Fallout 4 Creation Club content "Neon Flats".

WalkthroughEdit

You will be prompted to investigate the apartment in Goodneighbor. Inside the lobby, you'll find the corpses of a cleaning crew, each wearing a cleanroom suit. Investigate the terminal, and you'll be prompted to go to the Third Rail to find the next clue.

Inside the Third Rail, you will find the Architect's note, which will prompt you to visit the Boston Public Library.

In the library, you will have several quest markers pointing to terminals in one of the main rooms. Read the librarian's terminal READ_ME file. The file indicates that the different terminals in the room are numbered (1, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 9). You need to run the DECRYPT command on four computers in the correct sequence. The clues for the sequence are as follows:

  1. The combination is four numbers, composed entirely of primes.
  2. The combination itself is a prime number.
  3. The combination is the smallest possible number based on the above rules.

Following the above rules, the correct sequence is 2, 3, 5, 7, in that order.

After running the DECRYPT command on the four terminals in the correct sequence, you will be prompted to travel to Gunners plaza for the next stage of the quest.

Quest stagesEdit

StageStatusDescriptionLog Entry
? Investigate the apartment in GoodneighborIf I'm ever in the neighborhood, I should check out the apartments down near the Hotel Rexford and see if any survived the war.
? Examine the bar at the Third Rail
? Investigate the Boston Public LibraryIn Goodneighbor, I discovered an empty apartment lobby, with dead scientists scattered on the floor. A terminal mentioned an escaped AI may have been the culprit. Whoever made the terminal entry apparently went to the bar to gather their thoughts. At the Third Rail, I found a note that implied the rogue AI program may have fled to the Boston Public Library.
? Decrypt the terminal in the correct sequence (#/4)
? Run the program
? Travel to Gunners Plaza
? Use the program's radio frequency to track the AI
? Check the outgoing transmission
? Investigate the Electrical Hobbyist's ClubIn Goodneighbor, I discovered an empty apartment lobby, with dead scientists scattered on the floor. A terminal mentioned an escaped AI may have been the culprit. After following the a trail to the Boston Public Library, I learned the AI transmitted itself to the Gunner's Plaza in order to use its radio antenna. At the roof of the plaza I found another terminal that indicated the AI has found a synth host to transfer it s body inside the Electrical Hobbyist's Club.
? Interrupt the transmission and reboot the program or Make a copy of the AI program and free the original
? Eject the holotape
? Restore power to the apartmentIn Goodneighbor, I discovered an empty apartment lobby, with dead scientists scattered on the floor. A terminal mentioned an escaped AI may have been the culprit. After following the a trail to the Electrical Hobbyist's Club, I found the program was now uploading itself into the body of a synth. After making a decision on whether to terminate the upload, I got the data I required and ejected the holotape. I can now use it to restore the apartment's power.
?Icon checkEnter the Neon Flats


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