The Outer Worlds Lying Earth Quest Guide - Prima Games

The Outer Worlds Lying Earth Quest Guide

by Nicholas Barth

Players who dive into Obisidian’s fan-favorite RPG of The Outer Worlds have an array of activities for them to experience. One of these activities is the Lying Earth quest, which will task players with sending a critical message. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know about the Lying Earth quest covered for you.

The Outer Worlds Lying Earth

The Lying Earth mission will be acquired by players when they talk to Minister Clarke during The City and the Stars quest. He will ask you to send a message with Rockwell’s access. You will then be given Minister Clarke’s Data Cartridge. This particular cartridge contains details of corruption and mismanagement.  

Players will then need to make their way to the HHC building. Now, there are a few different ways you can go about entering the HHC building during the Lying Earth quest. Those who have completed the Balance Due quest will have access to the HHC Building and will not have to use the maintenance tunnels to get inside. You can also bypass the maintenance tunnels by bribing the guard with 2,000 bits. 

The Outer Worlds Lying Earth

Speak with Guard Bachmayer when you are inside. He will be located straight ahead of you when you enter the HHC building. Take the lift and meet the character of Percival Platt. You do not have to worry about what he says. Make your way left and unlock the door in front of you with the Minister’s HHC Access Card. Finally, you will be able to send Minister Clarke’s message and complete the Lying Earth quest. Players will receive 17,000 experience points and see their reputation with the Board go down. 

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Nicholas Barth

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