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Wasteland 3 Full House Quest Guide

Wasteland 3 Full House Quest Guide
A Brig Jailor, a Medbay Doctor, an Armory Quartermaster and Garage Mechanics needed to be recruited. This Wasteland 3 Full House Quest Guide will tell you exactly where you can find each of the roles you need to recruit in order to complete the Full House primary mission.

There are likely multiple methods to solving each of these recruitment issues. We have simply listed the ones we discovered on our first play through.

Wasteland 3 Full House Quest Guide

Where To Find Brig Jailor
Where To Find Medbay Doctor
Where To Find Armory Quartermaster
Where To Find Garage Mechanics

That should be enough recruits for you to complete the Full House quest. If you want to recruit others to your base so you unlock Cloning and other cool features, check out our Wasteland 3 recruitment guide.

Satoshi gives you a mysterious case but do you open it or keep it? This Wasteland 3 Satoshi's Mysterious Case Guide will tell you where to find Satoshi and what you should do with the Mysterious Case but here's a spoiler, do not open the case under any circumstances.
Looking for specific locations in Wasteland 3? This Wasteland 3 World Map Location Guide provides a full view of the World Map with information on the name and location of the major points of interest that you will discover on your travels.
Modding your weapons and armor provides huge bonuses in Wasteland 3. This Wasteland 3 How To Mod Weapons & Armor guide will tell you everything you need to know to mod out your weapons, drastically improving your squads efficiency and potency in combat.
Initiating combat is dangerous in Wasteland 3. This How To Sneak & Stealth In Wasteland 3 explains the basics of initiating combat so that you're able to start each fight on your terms, removing the enemies ability to take several actions before you're able to fire off a single shot.

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