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Gametitle-FO76 WA
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Investigate the missing hikers of Monongah

Unsolved: Tracking Terror is a side quest in the Fallout 76 add-on Wild Appalachia.

Quick walkthroughEdit

Side quest: Unsolved: Tracking Terror
Search the police station in Monongah for clues.
Investigate the lake in the Savage Divide for clues.
Track the mysterious animal upstream by searching for signs.
Investigate Fluffy's den for clues.
Reward: Plan: Mounted yao guai head
Completed.

Detailed walkthroughEdit

Investigate the Monongah police station (at the northwestern end of Camden Avenue) to find the following clues:

Investigate the lake in the Savage Divide referenced in the animal control report (next to Site Alpha) to find the following clues:

Track the mysterious animal upstream by searching for signs.

You may encounter the son of Fluffy, a unique yao guai, during this process.

Investigate Fluffy's den for the following clues:

  • Skeleton of Dr. Frank, employee of Nova Biogistics
  • Dr. Frank's journal - Next to a skeleton.
  • The corpse of a dead mutated bear - "Subject J12: Fluffy"

Quest stagesEdit

StageStatusDescriptionLog Entry
? Search the police station in Monongah for clues (#/#)Before the war, a pair of hikers were found mauled by an unknown animal in Monongah. I'm picking up the investigation to see if I can determine what happened to them.
? Search around the lake for clues (#/#)A pair of hikers were found mauled by an unknown animal in Monongah. The animal control report points to an obscure lake in the area.
? Track the animal by searching the stream for signsA pair of hikers were found mauled by an unknown animal in Monongah. A hermit spotted the creature where the stream feeds into the lake.
?Icon checkSearch around the animal den for clues (#/#)An zoologist named Dr. Frank experimented on bears, somehow creature that was part bear and part cow. It escaped and killed some hikers, leaving behind strange evidence that confused local authorities. Dr. Frank tracked the creature, which had named Fluffy, to a den where it killed him. By all appearances Fluffy survived for more years after the radiation made him more like a Yao Guai. Eventually he was killed by a settler with a crossbow.

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