All five locations in Moore’s apartment in Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong

Your first non-tutorial mission as Galeb will have you infiltrate the apartment of Jason Moore, the prince’s human accountant. Your orders are to gather any information that could break the masquerade should it fall into the hands of law enforcement – so you’ll have to snoop around and pretend to be an FBI agent to find these files. They’re pretty well hidden. So if you’re missing a few, here are all five file locations in Moore’s apartment in Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong.

Before we begin, this mission will require more than a little persuasion to not only get the files but also unlock secret items. It may be in your best interest to spend some points along the lines of rhetoric, persuasion and intimidation. Security and technology are also good choices. There are ways to circumvent these requirements, but you’ll need to pay extra close attention to your surroundings before speaking to certain NPCs.

Richard Dunham’s file

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Head upstairs to Jason Moore’s office – you’ll recognize it by the displays of foreign coins and huge paintings. Go to his desk and examine the foot pedal. This will move the painting and reveal a hidden safe. If you have the Technology skill, you can hack the safe and retrieve the file. If not, you need to find the code.

This can be found by searching Lydia’s design room and finding her phone – on this she will mention that the safecode was changed to be Moore’s daughter’s birthday. To find the birthday, go to June’s room and look at the photos on the wall – April 9, 2015. Galeb will note that this is June’s fourth birthday, making her actual birthday April 9, 2011. The code is 040911.

Berel Underwood’s file

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Head upstairs to Moore’s bedroom – there will be various items of clothing scattered around there, along with a large amount of blood. Check the bag on the bed to get the file. While you’re in here, you’ll also find a coin consumable on the table opposite the bed, as well as an interactive mirror that can reveal some lore and show you a horoscope if you wish.

Jara Drory’s file

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Go upstairs to the library – you should see a police officer reading a file. This officer is actually a ghoul in disguise working for the council. You’ll need to engage them in a conversation fight to try and get the file, which requires a significant amount of power – it’s best to go into this conversation with as low a hunger meter as possible.

If you lack persuasiveness or rhetoric, you can still purchase the file—but you’ll lose the conversation. If your hunger gauge is too high to use dominance at the end of the conversation, you won’t be able to retrieve the file.

Dajan Siaka’s file

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Go to Moore’s office again – there is a drawer in his desk on the right that you can open. Inside is an archive key that opens a door in the back of Moore’s office. Inside, on the table to the right, is Siaka’s file. This room doubles as a safe room to satisfy your hunger. So if your gauge is high, it’s best to use it. You can technically sneak your way into the room, but since the key is literally a few steps away, it’s best to keep your meter.

Hilda MacAndrew’s file

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Go down to the parking garage – you need to calm down the caretaker and interrogate him to get the magnetic key that will give you access. Down there you will see some skid marks leading away from a parking lot. Next to this parking lot is another vehicle that you can interact with. If you have a good enough security rating (two will do), you can hack the door and get the file. If not, you need to find the car keys.

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