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  • Bir1in
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    While in the land of Vineland, there is a side quest or "mystery" where you have to haul a corpse back to the starting area. I had sabotaged the corpse with a bomb and brought it back. Before I got there, a wolf attacked and the body exploded due to the explosive trap. There is no body to return and therefore I cannot complete the quest. Whenever I fast travel and return, there is no body. The game autosaved when I entered the starting area so I cannot reload the autosave. The last manual save was at the start of the area and now I would have to redo the entire island. Is there some patch that this minor bug can be included in?

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  • Bir1in
    Original poster 8 posts
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    @bir1in UPDATE: can be fixed by leaving Vinland and returning

  • Bir1in
    Original poster 8 posts

    @bir1in Edit: "Vinland"

  • Bir1in
    Original poster 8 posts
    Best Answer

    @bir1in UPDATE: can be fixed by leaving Vinland and returning

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