Law and Disorder is another storyline in Days Gone taking place in Crater Lake - it is related to Colonel Garrett's army. It focuses mainly on the speeches given by the Colonel. Note - listening to speeches is part of side activities and leads to revealing "Colonel Garrett Speeches" secret. They're worth participating in if you want to beat the game in 100%. Also, these missions can be missed or they can disappear from your journal after you make enough progress in the game. That is why you should do them every time they appear in the journal. It is worth noting that these missions reward you with a lot of XP. Once you activate a speech, you can skip it.
- We Do Not Discriminate
- We Must Fill the Ark
- Throw Them Into the Furnace
- My Eyes Have een Opened
- Evil surrounds us
We Do Not Discriminate
This is Col. Garret's first speech. You unlock it after completing I Know Things Are Strange (I'm Never Giving Up). This mission is not marked with the standard mission marker, but a search area (white circle) in the northern part of the fortress.
We Must Fill the Ark
The second speech will take place immediately after you complete Afraid of a Little Competition? (I'm Never Giving Up). This time, you won't be informed about it, so it's easy to miss this speech.
Throw Them Into the Furnace
Another speech is available after completing the mission with Sarah - Just Another Requisition Form (I'm Never Giving Up) - the one where you raid a former scientific base.
My Eyes Have een Opened
Another speech immediately after This One's On Me (A Good Soldier) mission in which you discover that the doctor was killed in a field hospital.
Evil surrounds us
This is one of the last speeches of Garrett, which you unlock after defeating the Chemult Horde and talking with Garrett in the mission titled How Far We've Fallen (A Good Soldier).