Once you get there and figure it out you will realize how simple it was and that you probably could have just guessed it. Desdemona will ask why you've come to the Railroad, if you know what a synth is, and most importantly, if you would risk your life to save them from their plight. The Trail is a red strip of brick, set into the sidewalks, that originates at the marker you just read and winds up the street. From that Protectron station, follow the red bricks set in the pavement. As such, three optional objectives have been added to your log: Talk to the Railroad, Talk to the Minutemen and Talk to the Brotherhood.
How is anybody supposed to figure that out? Instead, you'll need to know something about the history of Boston and follow the clues. The Freedom Trail is located in downtown Boston, to the east of Diamond City. Joining them can be annoying, as at the game's release there isn't a quest marker like the only quest without one , so some players may get confused. When the eighth letter is entered correctly, a hidden door to the left will open and you'll be on the threshold of the Railroad headquarters. Enter the building and wind your way down through the crypt to reach Desdemona. It's a park east of Diamond City. From here, you must make your way to the church basement.
One way is to investigate the Park Street Station area for clues. This is where those highlighted letters come into play. Master the Commonwealth with some advanced tips and tricks straight from The Escapist, check out our and learn how to manage your settlements like a pro, along with tons of other tidbits you might not know. You can go under this to reach a basement level, where you'll see that same symbol. At the center of the Commonwealth you'll find Diamond City, where rumors and paranoia rules the day. About 25 hours in, tried to work my way through the Freedom Trail quest, and about half way through the freedom trail, when you encounter I believe the second group of Super Mutants, the game crashes.
There is absolutely no indication that you have to start the quest there. These synthetic people are indistinguishable from real humans, and nobody knows why they're replacing ordinary citizens all along the coast. At its end you will find the Railroad, a shadowy organization that is dedicated to saving Synths from the prejudices of society. Once you reach the Old North Church, enter the door indicated by the marked seal and lantern on the ground. Discovered: Massachusetts State House Almost immediately, the line disappears beneath an abandoned car then swings back toward Park Street Station, this time on the right-hand side of the road. So prepare yourself for a fight. This starts the 'Tradecraft' quest with Deacon.
The combination of letters and numbers you'll find in order along the way are: A-7, L-4, A-2, O-6, I-3, R-5, D-8, R-1. There, you can also watch the trailer and view new weapons that can be found. These are the top-ranked guides, re-published and re-shared. A door will open once you've entered the letter D. At some points, it's done with paint where the trail is broken, and you'll occasionally find it's covered in rubble. I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Follow the icon until you reach a fountain in Boston Common near the Park Street Station.
Move slowly and use V. Joining the Railroad Faction After speaking with Desdemona and Deacon, accept the follow-up quest titled. However, be aware that malicious untagging of spoilers will be met with serious moderator action. The final stop on the trail is Old North Church. Please if you have any questions or concerns. During their essential quest line, The Railroad will move to eliminate both of those factions to further their aims.
Pretty obvious all things considered, really. When you've entered the church, take care of the Ghouls, then make a U-turn to the doorway at the opposite side of the church. When you reach the Old North Church at the end of your journey you'll see it has a lantern beside the door the lantern was mentioned on the message at the fountain where the trail started. Looks like you're in the right place - so enter the Old North Church ahead to continue. Clear the area of hostiles and locate the door to the right of your entrance hole. It will take you north, to the Massachusetts State House.
Up ahead, the line passes around Park Street Station and turns north-west. Take a right at the bottom and follow the tunnel around to the west. Once all eight letters have been input with an individual button press, the hidden door will open. This is the famous 'Freedom Trail' and leads to multiple historic sites. Tell him that you have the code and reveal that the Railroad helped you to crack it.
If you followed the trail from start to finish, you should have found 8 markers and 8 letters. Regardless of choices, the quest completes and starts immediately. Talk to the Tour Bot near the statue. For those that want to work out the passcode for themselves, feel free to skip the paragraph below. This is the path of the Freedom Trail. When you're ready to continue, exit the Memory Den, bring up your Pip-Boy map and fast travel straight to Boston Common. One of these is a Super Mutant Suicider, who'll attempt to run at you and detonate a mini nuclear bomb.