Starfield:One Step Ahead

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Upload a program into CeltCorps computer.
Mission Giver: Imogene Salzo
Location(s): Neon, Ryujin Tower, CeltCorp
XP: 100
Credits ?: Misc Small The credit reward may be reduced per performance plus Credit.png500 if you are Neon SR
Other Rewards: a stealth mission reward
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CeltCorp HQ

Official Summary[edit]

"Go on a radiant mission to upload something onto a terminal."

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Talk to Imogene.
  2. Head to CeltCorp in the Trade Tower.
  3. Hack into the computer.
  4. Return to Imogene.


Imogene believes that CeltCorp was hacking into Ryujin's R&D server. CeltCorp and Ryujin are competing for a contract. Imogene wants that contract for Ryuin and also wants to punish CeltCorp for their insolence. She gives you to digipicks and an unmarked data slate to upload onto on of CeltCorps's computers. Imogene wants you to do the job without anyone knowing you were at at CeltCorp in the first place.

CeltCorp's office is in the Trade Tower. Ride the elevator at Ryujin's operations down to the lobby and cross Neon core all the way to the west across Ikuchi Market and Bayu Plaza. Turn right inside the Trade Tower's lobby and go towards the big signs for CeltCorp and Kore Kinetics. The elevator is to your left, ride it up to Celt Corp. You need to access a computer in the north-western corner of the office space. There is no need to stealth all the way to the office. Just go to the cubicle, crouch down, wait until you are hidden, and unlock the computer. Its security level is novice. Upload the program from the unmarked data slate by accessing the 'Upload Program' command.

Leave the CeltCorp office. Again, there is no need for stealth, you can just walk back to the elevator and ride it down to the lobby. Go all the way back to Ryujin Tower and take the elevator there up to operations. Go to Imogene's office and talk to her. She will be pleased if you got the job done without complications and she will take the unmarked data slate off your hands.

Mission Stages[edit]

One Step Ahead (RIR01)
Stage Finishes Mission Mission Entry
0(Debug - Start with transition)
1(Debug - Start no transition)
2(Debug - Upload the Program)
3(Debug - Return to Imogene)
10(Start Quest)
100(QO: Talk to Imogene)
Imogene promoted me on my first day of work. I should talk to her and find out what my new job entails.
110(Scene re-entry)
120(Scene re-entry)
130(Scene re-entry)
200(QO: Upload the Program (CeltCorp))
I need to get into CeltCorp at Neon's Trade Tower and upload the program on the slate that Imogene gave me. Ideally, I need to do this without getting caught.
300(QO: Return to Imogene at Ryujin Tower (Operations))
I successfully uploaded the program onto a CeltCorp computer. I need to return to Imogene at Ryujin Tower and let her know it's done.
301(Scene re-entry 1)
302(Scene re-entry 2)
350(Remove Data Slate from Player)
9000(Calculate Rewards)
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  • Not all entries may appear in your log; which entries appear and which entries do not depends on the manner in which the mission is done.
  • Stages are not always in order of progress. This is usually the case with missions that have multiple possible outcomes or missions where certain tasks may be done in any order. Some stages may therefore repeat objectives seen in other stages.
  • If an entry is marked as "Finishes Mission" it means the mission disappears from the Active Mission list, but you may still receive new entries for that mission.
  • On the PC, it is possible to use the console to advance through the mission by entering setstage RIR01 stage, where stage is the number of the stage you wish to complete. It is not possible to un-complete (i.e. go back) mission stages, but it is possible to clear all stages of the mission using resetquest RIR01.
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