This guide will show players how they can do it. The game has been constantly updated since its initial release back on the Xbox and PlayStation 3. Funny enough, to actually become a police officer in the game , the player will need to break the law. For starters, players will need to steal a police car. There are a few ways players can do this.
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PARAGRAPHI will be updating this page often as I run the adventure for my group, just like I did with my Tyranny of Dragons guide. There will likely be mistakes and errors, so please bear with me. This has tons of spoilers, so players please keep out.
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