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Nick Lightbearer

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Living Conditions

Upon talking to a Bobby out front, Nick has been suffering from some creative mental blocks lately. His house is heavily guarded by Downer Detectors, Bobbies and Peepers. To gain entry, you must move around the scaffolding put up Wren-O-Vation, LTD until you reach the door to his Pad.


Top Floor

The top floor consists of a homemade stage, record player, a minibar, A Door locked by a keycard reader, and a white grand piano. Notably around you will also notice records with Nicks music on it.Including such hits as "Girl you're my joy!", "Open Wide, (and take your joy)". Behind the locked door is his makeup room, containing pill container's, joy pills, Sanitol, Phlash, sick up tea, Nicks safe, Nicks mask and Wig and Fab Threads, Golden Mic awards, Golden Guitar awards, and other Nick Lightbearer relics.

Second Floor

Behind a metal door with a Electro Shock Lock contains the security control panel for the house as well as other miscellaneous clutter. Along the wall you see "The Compulsions, We Happy Few" golden records, presented to Nick Lightbearer & The Make believes, selling more than 100 copies of the hit singles "Open my eyes (but not too wide)", "Have you Met Miss Boyle?" and "Girl you are my joy". Continuing to the right is a locked door, behind which contains a "psychedelic shag room" which includes a Wellie and Nicks safe combination.

Ground Floor

Upon entering the Ground floor a cutscene plays between Arthur and Nick regarding The Church of Simon Says quest. You then begin to help him sober up. Once Nick enters the bathroom Arthur is free to roam. If he enters the room Nick is in the bathtub with a power cell and accidentally kills himself. The bottom floor contains yet another mico-stage, guitar clutter,