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A mysterious fleet of abandoned ships...a city under siege by nature itself...the people they love, so only hours left to live... Follow the Legends as they hunt for the cure every Tuesday, here in Quests...and the stories of their loved ones fighting for survival a few days later, by following @PlayApex on Twitter!
Treasure Pack rewards vary with the only constant being that every four packs give out an EpicCharm. 2 are given out usually after every other pack while 15 or an Apex Pack are usually four packs apart.
All of the rewards need a total of 60 Treasure Packs to unlock.
After all the Treasure Packs are collected, the player gets two rewards: an Gold RushR-99 SMG Skin and an Apex Pack.
This quest's story is told through a comic divided into eleven parts, including one prologue narrated by Angela Fazia.
Today is the day I finally become famous.
Last night, with no warning, Olympus’ computerized terraformation systems initialized the shift of multiple sectors of the floating city to allow a fleet of fifteen ships to dock, starting with the Icarus. Within minutes, impossibly large Medusa Vines broke through the ships' hulls and overtook the city... destroying power grids, water mains, and even buildings by sunrise.
It shouldn’t matter. The city’s been uninhabited for years and has only been used as an arena for the Apex Games… until this week.
The Syndicate has opened Olympus to the public for a dedication ceremony to honor the Legend, Pathfinder, for his heroism upon learning he saved the Outlands. Thousands of innocent people have come from all over to attend this celebration of life... just in time for death to come calling.
My name is Angela Fazia… and today, I make history....
Fazia: "Angela Fazia, Investigative Journalist"
Rasheed: "Grace Rasheed. Director of Security, Ms. Fazia. The Icarus is this way."
Fazia: "These aren't your average Medusa Vines."
Rasheed: "Fire, bullets, even liquid nitrogen - don't do a damn thing. They're indestructible and they just keep growing."
Rasheed: "Follow me..."
Fazia: "Who's the owner?"
Rasheed: "Don't know. Serial numbers were scratched off."
Rasheed: "Does my badge say Lead Mortician?"
Rasheed: "I'm out. If the floor starts to give, I'd run."
Fazia: "You're leaving me?!"
Fazia: "What's more important than this?"
Rasheed: "My job. Lock up when you leave"
Fazia: "C'mon, Ang. It's just a tree, that's all."
Fazia: "And this is just a flower"
Fazia: "And this is... this is..."
Fazia: "New paint job, scratched off serial numbers, no cams... someone's covering up the identity of the fleet's owner!"
What's so important about today? Isn't it obvious?
Today's the day I die.
Today I stop being Angela, and I get a new name...
Fazia: "Why can't--"
I'm just the first of many.
A fatal allergen infects an empty city the same week thousands of people are allowed in?
That's no accident. I'd stake my life on it. If I had one left...
They'll give it their all. Attempt to stop this thing. If they succeed, they'll be more than heroes...
...that's the stuff that legends are made of...
The prologue is actually a community-drawn comic was broken down to fit the in-game comic style. The "director's cut" of the prologue was released on Twitter.
"That First Step's a Doozy"
"WAKE UP, SILVA! YUH LYIN’ T’ME!"
"Wha--? I’m sorry! I never meant--! How’d you know--?!"
"“Lyin’” on a park bench, that is. HAH! I’m just teasin’. Yuh out partyin’ or wha’?"
"Yeah, uh… that's me…"
"Well, getcha gear and let’s go..."
"“...we’ve got our work cut out for us.”"
Foreman: "...ain’t seen anything like it, Sgt. Williams. Director Rasheed… my boss… she was on duty."
Foreman: "“She also let that reporter in.”"
"Angela Fazia. We go way back. Went way back."
Foreman: "Next day, we find her. Bloody eyes. Coma. Everyone’s already on edge with that Salvo business. The men ain’t goin’ near this thing now"
"Then you’re lucky a woman’s here. I’m going in..."
"Not without your jump kit, you won’t..."
"Sweet, Anita, but let a girl buy you dinner before going all Mama Bear on her."
"Follow protocol and I may let you."
"Careful, Sergeant. I think you just agreed to a date--"
"ANDRADE! YOUR SIX!!"
"Where does that hatch go?"
Foreman: "It’s-- it’s not a hatch!"
Foreman: "...she went right through the floor into open air!"
"A Wing and a Prayer"
0917 hours - Syndicate spin doc Jacob Young and Hammond stooge Cheryl Amacci make contact. Want us to do their dirty work. Again.
1006 hours - Got my team. Best of the best. And Silva. Hopefully, he’s useful. Again.
1032 hours - Debrief with the foreman. Lo’s not wearing her jump kit. I call her out. Again.
1035 hours - I watch someone I care about freefall to their death. And all I can think is… please, God...
"If I knew beautiful women just fell from the sky, I would’ve signed up for the Games sooner."
"I don’t know who you are, but you have to let me go!"
"How many girls have heard that..."
"You two know each other?"
"Know her? I gave her wings!"
"We have to get everyone away from these vines. STAT!"
"Wait a damn sec--"
"Nah, Bangs. I trust this one. Evac she wants?"
"Evac she gets!"
"T’anks for the lift. Any sign of Silva, Gibby?"
"Nothin’, sistah. Maybe he ran away."
"What’s gotten into dat boy? Been actin’ odder than usual since dis mornin’."
"Name’s Kairi Imahara. Callsign: Valkyrie. You must stay away from the vines. You could have a fatal reaction to them. Starts with bleeding eyes. 72 hours later? You’re in a body bag."
"What’s the cure?"
"That’s the bad news, Sarge--"
"I didn’t ask for bad news."
"I asked about the cure."
"‘Cause if you’re right, I got three days to figure out how to survive. So talk fast, New Girl..."
Throughout the entire quest's run, a community-drawn comic was released every week as a supplementary to the in-game comics. Each week had a different artist (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10). The following comics were released on Twitter.
The prologue of this quest was done by a community artist instead of Dark Horse Comics, making it the first community-drawn comic to make it into the game.
This quest is the swan song of Tom Casiello, a former senior writer at Respawn and one of the original writers of Apex Legends. After writing for more than 2 years, Casiello came across a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and made the difficult decision to leave. He started writing "The Legacy Antigen" during September of 2020 and decided to pour everything he had into this one final quest so he could go out with a bang. It is his love letter to Apex Legends.
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