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|Far Harbor side quest: Rite of Passage|
|Drop meat in the water|
|Kill the mirelurks|
|Drop more meat in the water|
|Kill the mirelurks|
|Kill the mirelurk queen|
|Return to Teddy Wright|
Upon completing the first of the Hull Breach quests, Teddy Wright will initiate conversation, explaining that Harbormen's respect is difficult to earn. He does know that the easiest way to earn their respect is to complete "The Captain's Dance," a trial originally used to appoint the Captain of Far Harbor, in which the Island throws its most dangerous creatures at the participant. One of the residents of Far Harbor, Dottie, will be there to witness your "Captain's Dance" and testify to the rest of the settlement about your heroic feat.
After heading to the northwestern part of the map, to Emmet's Causeway, a small swamp between Rayburn Point and Briney's Bait and Tackle, the Sole Survivor must drop raw meat (cooked meat won't work) into the water, causing mirelurks to appear. After defeating the mirelurks, drop meat into the water again and kill more mirelurks and mirelurk kings. Dropping meat into the water a third time causes a mirelurk queen to appear and attack you.
- This quest must be completed to open up more Far Harbor side quests.
- Once the player drops the raw meat, it will float away and the player will not be able to pick it up again. As such, it is recommended that the player drops a less valuable type of meat, such as radroach meat, as they will never be able to retrieve whatever meat they drop.
- It is possible for an enemy to spawn underground making it troublesome to finish the quest.
Behind the scenesEdit
Rite of passage, the name of the quest, is a celebration of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another. It involves a significant change of status in society. In this case it is because those who has finished the Captain's Dance has a better status in society.
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