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During the event, the player characters are tasked with simultaneously protecting a group of scavengers who are preparing to extract ore from Emmett Mountain disposal site and extracting additional ore themselves while feral ghouls attack.
The event is started by talking to Marion Copeland inside the Emmett Mountain disposal site.
Allowing the scavengers to die will result in a failed event. The people wear hazmat suits, so they will not last long unless the attendees maintain the turrets and fight the waves of numerous feral ghouls and other creatures that will quickly flood the area.
Additionally, if one decides to extract ore, they must wear a hazmat suit, Chinese stealth armor, suit of power armor or some other highly protective radiation suit. The rad levels inside the shafts are at 500 rads per second if unprotected and thus almost immediately fatal.
Extracting additional ore is optional but will increase the rewards given upon successful completion of the event. Rare event rewards like the Plan: Radioactive barrel, RadShield or Emmett Mountain hazmat suit only become available when at least the 3rd stage has been unlocked, while completely filling the ore quota will double the probability of receiving one of the rare rewards. Reaching each stage of the gathered ore quota will also spawn an additional wave of creatures, either cave crickets, snallygasters, floaters or deathclaws.
The shafts contain 40 ore in total, whereas 100 ore are needed to unlock the highest reward tier. Thus a team is recommended to fully succeed as several people are needed to pick up all the ore for the maximum reward whilst the rest have to defend the four scavenger technicians.
Lastly, there is a decontamination chamber in the combat area that will turn off once the event is over.
The event is suggested for player characters of level 40 or above.
The turrets can become hostile, causing other turrets and the scavengers to attack them.
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