Can You Find it in Your Heart?
The ants at the underpass
With the Mojave Outpost backing up with caravans and no solution in sight, Ranger Jackson needs to improvise in order to clear the road for caravans heading north. The sudden influx of giant ants at the I-15 junction just outside the Outpost is the primary concern, but Jackson's stuck unable to either send soldiers out to clear the problem or hire a mercenary to do the job.
- The player has to first speak with Ranger Jackson at the Mojave Outpost, who will outline his problem and suggest that the player can help by clearing the road north at the underpass.
- The underpass is located just by the Nipton Road reststop. The giant ant workers and soldiers crowd the underpass and present a minor challenge, especially with explosives in play.
- Afterwards, the player has to return to Ranger Jackson, turn in the job they didn't officially do and receive several misplaced supplies as a reward.
|1||Clear out the critters on the road to Ivanpah Lake.|
|2||Return to Ranger Jackson at Mojave Outpost.|
Behind the scenes
- "Can You Find It in Your Heart?" is a song by Al Stillman and set to music by Robert Allen, published in 1956.
- The graffiti on the highway ("The center cannot hold") is a line from William Butler Yeats' "The Second Coming", a poem written after World War I.