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If I become a volunteer for the Responders, I should be able to get access to their systems. Their training course wants me to locate the Responder Kesha McDermott.

Thirst Things First is a main quest in Fallout 76.

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StageStatusDescriptionLog Entry
? Locate Kesha McDermottIf I become a volunteer for the Responders, I should be able to get access to their systems. Their training course wants me to locate Responder Kesha McDermott.
? (Optional) Search for her location in the system
? Search for Kesha along the nearby riverAccording to the administrator terminal in the Flatwoods outpost, Responder Kesha McDermott was on assignment testing water down by the river. I pulled her coordinates, so I might be able to find the water testing kit nearby.
? Retrieve the Water Testing Kit from Kesha McDermottKesha McDermott, the Responder in charge of the water testing course in Flatwoods, last checked in by the river and it looks like she's still there. If I go there, I might be able to retrieve her Water Testing Kit.
? Test a sample of water from the riverSo, Volunteer Kesha died while sampling the river water. Bummer. At least I have her Water Testing Kit so I can continue her work. Looks like the kit is programmed to automatically sample water collected from the coordinates that Kesha was already testing.
? Taste a sample of water from Flatwood's Water Pumps
? Analyze the Water Testing Kit's results in Kesha's labNow that I've used the Water Testing Ket to sample some of the water that I collected, I can transfer the Kit's data to the lab's terminal to see exactly how gross this water probably is.
? Boil water using Dirty Water and Wood fuelOkay, natural water is unsafe to drink. Noted. Now, as part of my volunteer training, I need to boil some water that is safe to drink.
?Icon checkCheck in with the Self-Serve KioskLooks like this training program tried to emphasize precautions about using unsafe water, probably due to a lot of deaths early on. I should check in with the Kiosk to see if I have Volunteer access yet.


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