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- Bonus objective for the mission. An anonymous black market source is offering intel on Nasri's weapon shipments.
If you purchase this intel, then you'll receive the "Switch Shipping Labels" objective during the mission (#6), which will net you 100 xp.
- Reduction in enemy strength on the mission. An American private military company will run a sortie not far from Nasri's location and draw out any alert staff -- leaving only the second rate guards on duty when you show up.
If you purchase this intel, then you'll face 4-5 fewer guards in the mission (but it looks like you'll get credit for evading them).
- Mission map for the mission. For a small fee, a surveillance company will provide you with a detailed map of Nasri's security systems.
If you purchase this intel, then a stealth route will be shown on the map.
When you arrive at Nasri's compound (#1), you'll be stopped by some guards. If you draw your gun or joke with them, then they'll attack you. Otherwise you'll be able to bluff your way past them (but note: if you're direct rather than aggressive, then the guards will eventually check in with Nasri and set off the alarms). The best method is to bluff. That way you'll get closer to obtaining the
These Aren't the Agents You're Looking For
perk. But regardless, you'll gain a point of reputation with Westridge when you get past the guards.
Note: If you fight the guards, then you won't be able to use the main entrance to the compound. You'll have to climb up to the lookout's perch, jump across a gap, and then go through a door.
Inside the compound, you'll encounter lots of Al-Samad guards, usually in groups of three or four. With a bit of Stealth, you should be able to sneak up on them (or past them), but barring that they should also be fairly easy to kill, as they won't be able to hit much with their automatic rifles. During your infiltration, you'll also come across a weapon mod (#2) and an armor mod (#3), plus cash ($) and other supplies.
When you reach Nasri (#7), you'll have to decide what to do with him:
- If you extort Nasri, then you'll gain $10,000 or $15,000 (depending on how much dossier information you have on him), and you'll earn
The Big Picture perk. Arms traffic in the area will remain the same, but intel options will increase.
- If you shoot Nasri, then you'll earn the
Any Last Words...? perk. Arms traffic in the area will decrease, but so will intelligence-gathering operations.
- If you arrest Nasri, then you'll earn the
Due Process perk, and Westridge will send you $15,000 via email. Arms traffic in the area will decrease, but so will intelligence-gathering operations. If you haven't completed
Bug Al-Samad Airfield yet, then Mina will approve of your course of action in her mission briefing, and you'll gain a point of reputation with her.
When you conclude your encounter with Nasri, the mission will come to an end, and you'll be returned to your Saudi Arabia safehouse.
1 - Starting Point
2 - Weapon Mod
You'll find a
Pistol Laser Sight
here (on the upper floor of the building).
3 - Armor Mod
Ablative Ceramic Plates
4 - Briefcase
Looting the briefcase here (in the locked office on the ground level) will net you $3000 and 100 xp, and complete the "Gather Intel" objective.
5 - Missile Controls
If you hack the computer here, then you'll launch a missile and probably kill one of the guards in the back of the room. Obviously, if you're trying to stealth your way through the mission, then this isn't a good idea.
6 - Weapon Shipment
You'll only notice the weapon shipment here if you purchased the extra objective from the clearinghouse. Changing the mailing label will net you 100 xp.
7 - Nasri
H - Healing Supplies
$ - Money
- Route between the northern and southern halves of the map.