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Gods and Clowns is a quest in Wasteland 3.

Background[]

The Mechanic thinks we might get some useful intel from the slaves and hangers-on the gangs keep outside their compound. Just need to find a back way into their pen so the guards don't spot us.

Cucaracha, Lecherito's favorite lieutenant, disappeared a few days ago. Chances are we'll find his body flying on a Godfisher kite at their shrine. If we can fight our way through and find it, Los Payasos will go cuckoo.

Walkthrough[]

  • A quest that includes a fair bit of walking. First, talk to the Payaso and Godfisher slaves in the pen at Yuma County Speedway, Patsy and Not-Yet-Skinned. If you press them (Hard Ass 8) or pay the astounding sum of $10, they will point you to the windfarm kite shrine as a possible location to find a way to get the Godfishers and Payasos to turn on each other. One, the Godfishers are flying a new kite with a body that's covered in clown paint. Two, Star-that-Dreams has recently killed someone for messing with his wives.
  • Head to the Godfisher windfarm, at the south end of the racetrack. Upon arrival, you have to fight your way up to the windfarm to recover Cucaracha's flayed body from the kite. Now you just need to figure out how to inform the Payasos.
  • There are two options: One is Risky Briskett at the Meat Clown near the base of the windfarm. If they're dead, you can use the radio instead to inform Lecherito about the fate of his favorite lieutenant. The result is that the clowns and kite-loves go to war.
  • Naturally, if you attack the base camps of either gang, it becomes impossible to trigger a war between them.

Raw strings[]

Gods and Clowns
Talk to Payaso and Godfisher camp followers and slaves in the pen at Yuma County Speedway.
Fight through the Godfisher kite shrine at the Windfarm to find Cucaracha's body
Attacked the gang compound
Show Cucarcha's body to Risky Briskett at Meat Clown near the base of the Windfarm.
Attacked Meat Clown
Showed Risky Briskett Cucaracha's corpse
Use the radio at Meat Clown, near the base of the Windfarm, to tell Lecherito about Cucaracha.
Reported Cucaracha's killing to Lecherito
Find a way to trick Los Payasos and the Godfishers into destroying each other.
The Mechanic thinks we might get some useful intel from the slaves and hangers-on the gangs keep outside their compound. Just need to find a back way into their pen so the guards don't spot us.
Cucaracha, Lecherito's favorite lieutenant, disappeared a few days ago. Chances are we'll find his body flying on a Godfisher kite at their shrine. If we can fight our way through and find it, Los Payasos will go cuckoo.
Neither gang is going to care what we tell them now that we attacked their compound.
We can show what's left of Cucaracha to Risky Briskett at Meat Clown. That should set off a war between Los Payasos and the Godfishers.
We opened fire on Los Payasos at Meat Clown, but without them we don't have any to show evidence of the Godfishers' betrayal.
We showed Cucaracha's flayed body to Risky Briskett and she called in to Lecherito. Based on the radio chatter, it sounds like Los Payasos and the Godfishers have gone to war.
Los Payasos will go bananas if they hear about Cucaracha. Risky Briskett could have been a point of contact, but she's dead. Maybe there's another way to contact Los Payasos at Meat Clown.
We were able to tell Lecherito, leader of Los Payasos, about his lieutenant. Based on the radio chatter, it sounds like the clowns and the Godfishers have gone to war.
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