Dishonored: Death of the Outsider – How to Sedate the Bank Personnel

Dishonored’s latest instalment — Death of the Outsider — is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Like Dishonored and Dishonored II, Death of the Outsider is a darkly humorous journey through a strange world.

Through the five chapters of Death of the Outsider, there are multiple paths to take, secrets to find and of course, people to kill; or knockout if you prefer. In this series of guides, we’ll show you how to unlock Trophies/Achievements, find secret areas and more.

 How to sedate the bank personnel

In Chapter 3 you need to rob a bank in order to get your hands on a secret artefact. There are multiple ways to tackle the robbery, but if you’re trying to remain stealthy, then sedating the bank personnel is the best way to go.


If you’ve already won the Auction or bought or stolen the Poppy Tincture you’re halfway there. If not, check out the link above to make sure you’re well equipped.

To successfully sedate the bank personnel, you’re going to need to make your way to the roof of the bank. To do so, you’ll need to go to the right-hand side of the bank, near where you can find the bank custodian. Here you’ll find a painter’s lift.

Jump on board and you’ll discover that the whale oil canister has run dry and you need to replace it in order to get the lift going. Head to the opposite side of the bank and you should find a Whale Oil dispenser. Grab an empty container and fill it with Whale Oil.

Carefully carry it back to the lift, insert the canister and ride it to the top. From here, use Displace to get onto the rooftop opposite and head to your left. Stay wary of Guards here as there are a few around. Keep going until you find a ventilation system. Interact with it and empty the Poppy Tincture into it. Voila.

Now when you are sneaking around the bank, everyone inside will be fast asleep.

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is available now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

PowerUp! was provided with a digital copy by Bethesda.

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