Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum


Job Type
Side Job (Minor)
Northside Docks, Watson
Previous Job
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+61 EXP
M221 Fenrir
+769 Street Cred

Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum is a Side Jobs in Cyberpunk 2077. Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum is available after completing The Ride. Completing Side Jobs (Side Quests) in Cyberpunk 2077, rewards you with experience points and may reward you with items. Side Jobs can also influence the main story outcome.


Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum Objectives

  • Save the monk.
  • Defeat the gangoons.
  • Talk to the monk.


Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum Walkthrough

The Monk's Brother

  • To unlock this job, first, complete The Ride and then travel to the Northside Docks in Watson, and speak to the Monk. The monk will then ask you to save his brother from the Maelstrom's hideout. The name of this job differs on whether you take this job early on later in the game.
  • Take note that he asks that you try to save his brother without killing anyone. Either way, when you complete the job, it will result differently in the conversation before closing the task.
  • Head to the small warehouse that's at the northwest and save the monk's brother. Again, you can either engage in combat or sneak into the site.
  • If you want to avoid combat, the best way of entry is to go around the building to find an elevated opening at the rear. Climb onto the containers to use them as a platform.
  • Whichever approach you proceed with, all you have to do is to reach the marker where the monk's brother is. Once you reach him speak to him, collect the M221 Fenrir next to the monk's brother, it's on top of the small table near the 24-Hours neon light sign - this completes the side job.


 How to unlock Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum

  • Complete the main job, The Ride.
  • To formally unlock this job, head to the Northside Docks in Watson and speak to the Monk named Bhikku.


Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum Rewards


Losing my Religion, Sacrum Profanum Notes & Tips

  • This is a minor job.
  • Alternate name of this job: Sacrum Profanum


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    • Anonymous

      30 Dec 2020 13:23  

      On my second playthrough the monk said I killed some of the gangoons even though I used non-lethal takedowns. First time through went without a hitch, but this time around I forgot about a camera near the end and reloaded. I think one of the latest patches might have made the game forget when a downed enemy is dead or just knocked out. Same thing happened with Regina's gig to bug the Russian fixer's car.

      My point is that you might not want to reload in the middle of a non-lethal gig when you've already dispatched enemies. It doesn't matter in this case, but if you care about the small bonuses for other gigs then try to do it in one try.

      • Anonymous

        25 Dec 2020 00:15  

        There's a condition to this job that can make you fail it. Not sure if it is time based or moving away too far though. It failed for me after accepting the initial job from the monk but then deciding to go for the rescue at a later point.

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