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|Nuka-World main quest: Safari Adventure|
|Travel to Safari Adventure.|
|Help Cito defeat the gatorclaw.|
|Follow Cito to the primate house.|
|Speak with Cito.|
Listen to Dr. McDermot's holotape.
|Ask Cito about the cloning facility.|
|(Hard speech check) Convince Cito that the Ghoulrilla king should escort them in the zoo.|
|Explore the Welcome Center.|
Read the ransom note on the Employees only terminal.
Ask Cito about giant metal snakes.
|Explore the Angry Anaconda building site.|
Recover Dr. Hein's passcode next to Dr. Hein's skeleton.
|Return to the Welcome Center and gain entry into the cloning facility.|
|Defeat the albino gatorclaw.|
|Deactivate the malfunctioning cloning machine.|
|Clear Safari Adventure of the remaining gatorclaws.|
|Kill Cito and his family.||tell Cito he and his family have to leave||(Medium speech check) Convince Cito to accept living with raiders.|
|Reward: Cito's Shiny Slugger|
|Assign a gang to Safari Adventure by hoisting their flag.|
|Reward: 400 XP|
Upon entering the Safari Adventure park section, the Sole Survivor will immediately be met by a gatorclaw fighting Cito. Once the gatorclaw is dead, Cito will praise the player character, before asking them to help stop the Gators' infestation. He will lead you to the Primate House, where it is revealed his 'family' is a troupe of ghoulrillas.
He gives you a holotape recorded by Dr. McDermot which explains the origin of the gatorclaws: a cloning facility. Cito will offer to come with you, and a red speech check can persuade him to bring one of the ghoulrillas, 'Chris', to come along with you. They become temporary companions, following you as long as you are within the Safari section. The 'triangle house' is the Welcome Center of the section. Inside is another gatorclaw, and a terminal which has a ransom note for a Dr. Hein, who had the passcode. Cito explains that the Angry Anaconda mentioned is a roller coaster ride.
Upon reaching the location, there is an expert-locked trailer surrounded by at least three more gatorclaws. The key is located in a duffle bag on top of the trailer. The passcode is inside a toolbox.
With the password in hand, head back to the cloning facility. The terminal to the cloning machine is located downstairs, past three more gatorclaws, including an albino. After shutting down the cloning process, two more gatorclaws will spawn behind you.
Additionally it is possible to turn the cloning machine back on and it'll start producing gazelles. It's not possible to turn it back off after activating.
Clear the Safari of any remaining gatorclaws, 21 in all. After they're all dead, you must deal with Cito and his family; you can either tell him to leave, pass an orange speech check to get him to share the park with the raiders, or attack. If kept alive, he will give you Cito's Shiny Slugger.
If Cito is convinced to stay, he will remain alive and inside the Primate House indefinitely. If The Pack is assigned to the Safari Adventure park section, he will mention he 'likes his new visitors' as they 'like his family as much as he does'.
To complete the quest the player character must assign one of the three raider gangs to the Safari park. The flagpole for this is located on the roof of the Welcome Center.
- Hancock will like both options where Cito is left alive. He will hate it if the player character chooses to attack Cito.
- If the player character successfully convinces Cito to bring along one of his ghoulrilla friends, but then accidentally kills it, he will confront them about this when talked to later. While he can be talked down with a moderate speech check when this happens, Cito will express his sadness and refuse to deal with the Sole Survivor any further, thus requiring him and his "family" to be killed in order to advance the quest.
- If the player character allows Cito to stay, he will make unique comments about whichever gang was assigned to the park.
- If this quest is started while the player character is in good standing with the raiders, but during the quest the player character becomes enemies with them, the quest will complete immediately after speaking with Cito the final time.