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What Trajax To Give The Vessel In Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong

There is a puzzle involving a particular drug and a vessel. This guide on What Trajax To Give The Vessel In Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong will walk you through how you solve this puzzle so that you can complete the bonus objective and receive more success marks at the end of the scene.

To solve this puzzle you need to use a combination of tools. You need to use the monitoring screen, the book on the desk next to the monitoring screen, and the PC on the other desk. Using the camera on the monitoring screen, select camera 1 and then click the microphone icon to speak with the vessel. The vessel claims you are going to hurt her, she is showing signs of severe paranoia. Checking the treatment book on the table is the next step.

What Trajax To Give The Vessel In Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong

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Reading the Emergency Treatment Handbook you can see that acute paranoia is a symptom of Level 2 Phlegmatic resonance. You then check the PC at the desk and look for Phlegmatic under the Protocols and look at what’s required. This particular issue requires Trajax MG. You can see from the fact she is suffering at level 2, she requires two doses.

This is where you head down to the basement. You need to grab two vials of the Trajax MG. You can put one in the shoot to take it upstairs and you can carry the other. Take both vials and head upstairs. Put both vials into the machine next to the monitoring desk and then check the monitor. The vessel will be cured.

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