Escape From Tarkov Supply Plans Therapist Quest Guide (2024)

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The Escape From Tarkov Supply Plans quest from Therapist can be a tough one to complete if you don’t know where to look - and there is also the conundrum of whether to give it to Therapist or Skier. Quests in Escape From Tarkov not only give you much needed EXP, but also enhance your reputation with each trader, deciding who to favour can do a lot in terms of getting the best gear as fast as possible. So, if you’re wanting to find out all the information for the Escape From Tarkov Supply Plans quest, then make sure to keep on reading.

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Escape From Tarkov Supply Plans Quest Details

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You’ll be able to gain access to the Supply Plans quest after completing the Escape From Tarkov Pharmacist quest from Therapist. You must also be at least level 13 to start the quest.

The objectives for Supply Plans are as follows:

  • Obtain the Secure Folder 0052 in the sawmill cabin on the Escape From Tarkov Woods map
  • Hand over the folder

The tricky part of this quest is that it gives you a bit of a dilemma. As soon as you accept the task, another task from Skier will appear titled ‘Kind of Sabotage’, asking you to hand the folder over to him instead.

The troublesome part of this decision is not only the benefits of completing either quest, but also the downsides. Giving the folder to one but obviously not the other will bring about a hefty reputation penalty, so it can be a tough choice to weigh up.

The two quests also have different rewards too, so that can also be something to alternatively balance. The rewards for Supply Plans the following:

  • 75,000 Roubles
  • 7500 EXP
  • One CMS surgical kit
  • An increase of 0.04 to your Therapist rep
  • A decrease of 0.04 to your Skier rep

On the other hand, completing the Kind of Sabotage quest will grant you:

  • 180,000 Roubles
  • 4,500 EXP
  • An increase of 0.04 to your Skier rep
  • A decrease of 0.04 to your Therapist rep

There are obvious upsides and downsides to both quests, and there is no right answer, so it is unfortunately all up to you to decide which route you would prefer to take.

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How To Complete The Escape From Tarkov Supply Plans Quest

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Even though it is technically two separate quests, you complete both Supply Plans and Kind of Sabotage in the exact same way. The only difference is who you decide to hand the package over to after extracting safely.

What you’re going to want to do is head over to Woods, and then make your way to the Sawmill in the centre of the map. Once you are there, head to the opposite side that the lake is on, towards Sniper Mountain, and there should be a set of three huts that you can enter.

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Head to the hut furthest away from the Sawmill area, and it should be clearly identifiable by the giant number three by the door. Inside, underneath the first bed, you’ll be able to collect the secure folder.

The huts are also a really great loot spot, with Moonshine and key spawns, alongside a safe in the second hut. You’ll have to be careful when approaching the Sawmill though, as Shturman and his guards will be roaming the area and are very dangerous.

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Should You Give The Folder To Therapist Or Skier?

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Now for the hard part of the quest: whether to give the folder to Therapist, or to sabotage the operation and hand it over to Skier. Like we mentioned, there is no ‘wrong’ choice, and it is entirely up to you, however there is a more optimal decision.

We believe that handing it over to Skier is the better choice of the two for a couple of reasons. Firstly, the general rewards are much better, as you receive over 100,000 more Roubles than you would with Therapist. In addition, Therapist rep is much easier to come by in the early game than Skier, so it is less painful to have to make up the 0.04 rep reduction by choosing Kind of Sabotage.

The main thing you’re losing with this option is the Escape From Tarkov Hunter quest, which you can only receive by completing Supply Plans. This task from Jaeger asks you to kill the Woods boss Shturman a whopping 25 times, but doing so unlocks the purchase of the SWORD International Mk-18 .338 LM marksman rifle, which according to our Escape From Tarkov best guns list is arguably the strongest weapon in the game.

So, that wraps up everything you need to know about the Escape From Tarkov Supply Plans quest, giving you more information about whether to hand it over to Therapist or Skier as well. If you’re struggling with your in game performance though, make sure to check out our Escape From Tarkov best settings guide to improve your FPS and visibility in game.

Escape From Tarkov Supply Plans Therapist Quest Guide (2024)

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