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Pascal's Despair

Type

Main Story Quest

Location

Abandoned Factory

Quest Giver

Pascal

Level

50

Pascal's Despair is a Main Story Quest in NieR: Automata

 

"The children of Pascal's village took their own lifes for fear of what they were about to face. Pascal's heartbreak cannot be mended, and he asks A2 to delete his memories or kill him."

  

Pascal's Despair Objectives

  1. Decide what to do with Pascal

 

 

Pascal's Despair Rewards

  • delete pascal's memories - unlocks Pascal's Item Shop.
  • Killing him grants Pascal's Core

 

 

Pascal's Despair Walkthrough

  • This quest unlocks once you complete Protect the Children on your third playthrough while you are A2
  • Talk to Pascal and he will request that you delete his memories or kill him.
  • Delete his memories via a hacking game with your pod.
  • You will obtain the trophy Farawell Pascal
  • This generates another bot exchange, and you can monitor 9S for the quest: Obtain Keys

 

 

Notes

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    • Anonymous

      18 Jul 2017 15:37  

      Damn this gets dark. Pascal goes from an almost harmless village leader hoping for a bright future, to selling the children's body for scrap to you if you decide to erase his memories.
      Useful shop, but holy crap.

      • Anonymous

        27 May 2017 11:12  

        I killed him, like the game tells you, machines are doomed to repeat their mistakes and I just could not imagine Pascal creating another village with other robots that got disconnected for the network over time, and having him see them kill each other again... I think that is more cruel than death. In fact when you kill him he thanks you.
        Anyway if you kill him you get his core, so technically you could revive him.
        And if you left him to suffer or sell his core you have no soul.

        • Anonymous

          25 May 2017 15:56  

          Leaving Pascal as is should be a more legitimate option; Pascal is a machine that is learning more and more to be human, and living with heartbreak and carrying on is one of the most human traits there is. Just sayin'.

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