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Repeatable tasks and missions is one way of earning resources daily and weekly in the game. On the other hand, this also encourages and incentivizes players who play regularly. Surveillance Mission and Order combines daily/weekly quests and battle pass missions in one. In our Surveillance Mission and Order Guide, we will briefly discuss how this feature works and what you can get from it.

Path to Nowhere is a real-time strategy RPG where players use their authority and powers as the newly-appointed chief of an organization that captures and handles powerful entities called Sinners. Use their powers to form a combat-ready team of specialists specifically made for dealing with various threats to the city.

This feature is already available quite early in the game. You can access it from the Feature menu on the lower-right side of the screen, as shown below. In the next window, you’ll see two tabs; Surveillance Mission and Surveillance Order. We will discuss each feature in their own sections below.
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Surveillance Mission

In this section, you’ll have three options: Daily, Weekly, and Surveillance Order (not to be confused with the separate tab below). This is where you’ll earn Surveillance Data or EXP that are needed to increase your Surveillance Order level, for completing the listed quests. As you increase the level of this feature, you’ll be able to unlock and claim the corresponding rewards (more on that later).

Daily Missions
First, let’s tackle the Daily missions. These missions are refreshed daily as part of the game’s scheduled content reset schedule. For each mission completed, you’ll earn Management Points and Surveillance Data. The former will count towards the Activity meter above while the other counts towards your EXP gauge. The Activity meter allows you to earn rewards based on the total amount of management points you’ve earned for the day. So far, there are five rewards like hypercubes, mania essences, discoins, etc that you can claim after every 20 management points earned. After reaching 100 management points and claiming all rewards, all extra management points earned will be worthless. The activity meter and tasks will reset the following day.
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The rewards you’ll get are the following:
MP Earned
Reward 1
Reward 2
20
Hypercube x5
Mania Essence x2000
40
Hypercube x5
Skill Module I x5
60
Hypercube x5
Evidence x200
80
Hypercube x10
Random Low-Level Material Supply Chest
100
Hypercube x15
DisCoins x4000


Here’s the list of daily missions you may encounter early on. New missions might be added or become available once you unlock more features or implemented via future updates.

Legend:
MP: Management Points
SD: Surveillance Data

Task
MP Reward
SD Reward
Complete 1 Oblivion Pit level
20
100
Claim Supervision reward
10
90
Donate to Secret Society
10
90
Dispatch 1 time
10
90
Buy any item from the Supply Office once
10
90
Spend a total of 100 stamina
20
90
Upgrade Sinners once
10
90
Sign In
10
90
Complete Stormy Memories challenge once
20
100




Weekly Missions
This portion is similar to Daily Missions but the missions and rewards will be refreshed weekly, every Monday. You’ll still earn Surveillance Data as one of the rewards but instead of Management Points, you’ll earn Assessment Points instead. These two points are identical except for the name, and their function remains the same; to accumulate during the period and allow you to claim the rewards by meeting the thresholds.

Similar to Daily Missions, there are five rewards that you can claim for every 20 Assessment Points you earn. Here’s the list of all rewards you can obtain for completing the Assessment meter.
MP Earned
Reward 1
Reward 2
20
Hypercube x20
DisCoins x5000
40
Hypercube x20
Skill Module II x10
60
Hypercube x20
Random Mid-Level Material Supply Chest
80
Hypercube x40
Mania Essence x10000
100
Hypercube x50
DisCoins x15000




Here’s the list of weekly missions you may encounter early on. New missions might be added or become available once you unlock more features or implemented via future updates.

Legend:
AP: Management Points
SD: Surveillance Data

Task
AP Reward
SD Reward
Give Friendship Points to your friends 20 times.
5
350
Complete any chapter of Oblivion Pit once
10
775
Complete any chapter of Oblivion Pit three times
20
775
Participate in the Broken Frontline challenge three times.
10
775
Participate in the Broken Frontline challenge nine times.
20
775
Spend a total of 1000 stamina
20
675
Spend a total of 2000 stamina
10
675
Claim Supervision rewards 20 times.
10
375
Buy Any item from the Supply Office 5 times
10
375
Dispatch a total of 3 times
20
450
Dispatch a total of 15 times
5
450
Help any Secret Society member 3 times
10
350




Surveillance Order
In this section, there are no rewards for accumulating management or assessment points. Instead, completing each task listed here will award you with a huge amount of Surveillance Data that can easily increase your level by one almost instantly. Unlike Daily and Weekly missions, some of the tasks that will be under this category will change, especially for tasks related to limited events.
Surveillance Mission and Order


Surveillance Order

In this tab, you can see the rewards you’ll earn by increasing your Surveillance level. This functions similar to a battle pass where a set of rewards are only available for a certain period. Once the period is over, the set of rewards (including the limited ones) will be refreshed. The maximum level is LV60 and you’ll get rewards for every level increase. You can also use hypercubes to instantly gain a level. To increase your level normally, you’ll need to gain Surveillance Data, which is done by completing the various surveillance missions discussed above.
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However, there’s a catch; if you notice, there are two rows of rewards; by default, the “normal” surveillance order is accessible to all players. The second row is the Advanced surveillance order that must be bought with real money. If you purchase the standard Advanced Surveillance Order (around 5 USD), you’ll be able to collect all rewards on BOTH rows. If you want to skip ahead, you can get the In-Depth Surveillance Order (around 10 USD) to instantly gain 20 levels (all collect all rewards for those 20 levels), get all Advanced Order rewards, and even get some exclusive items like avatar frames. As of this writing, the Advanced Surveillance Order allows you to get the “Wolves Strike Soon: Zoya” attire for Zoya once you’ve reached LV20 (Advanced Surveillance Order only).
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That concludes our Surveillance Mission and Order Guide in Path to Nowhere. Please check out our online guide for the game and other articles for more Path to Nowhere content!


 
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