In “With a Little Help from my Friends” in Cyberpunk 2077, you will be helping Panam and her Nomad clan to steal a Basilisk from Militech. This powerful tank can give them a big leg up when it comes to defending their camp.
It is also a very important mission if you want to romance Panam, so in this guide we will take you through the important steps of mission, and give you some romance pointers as well.
Firstly, when speaking with Panam and Saul, selection the following diloague options:
- Forbade Panam from doing something?
- Feels like this fight has been going on for a while.
Do not reveal any information to Saul, and do not answer his message later in the mission when he sends you one.
When you arrive at the camp, speak with Panam and her friends. Just back up Panam and agree to help her with the job. From there, let her drive you over to the mission location. When you arrive you will need to look in the tower for a punchcard while everyone else takes care of their assigned jobs. The punchcard can be found in the main office area, in a discarded desk drawer lying near the corner of the wall.
When you have the card, put it in the machine that will be marked by a waypoint, and this will start up the train. Panam will call you over to the window, and you can have an important conversation that will impact any romance between you.
You want to pick the following dialogue options:
- Picked the “Missed you” option
- So, let’s start.
- OK. But we can skip the tiptoeing.
- So far, so good.
- Why’s it different with me?
- Next time, try following that impulse.
After that, you will walk downstairs and hangout with her Nomad friends. More diloague options will come up:
- Worried about Saul?
- Think’ll I’ll try and get some shut-eye.
- [Scooch closer] Gotten kinda cold.
After that, time will pass and when you wake up in the morning it is time to get after the Basilisk. On the way, you will need to speed it up by shooting the connections between the last two carts using the truck’s turret. Take out all the Militech guards, then accompany the group back to base to finish up the mission.