Dying Light 2's Aitor herbs choice sneaks up on your shortly after arriving at the Peacekeepers headquarters in the Central Loop, essentially putting the character's fate in your hands. Just as you're about to talk to Jack Matt, you see Aitor brought in on a stretcher, which automatically starts a side quest named after your former captor.
Picking up the quest, you'll talk to a local healer, which instructs you to gather three Recluse plants. She also tells you that while the small petals heal, the big petals poison. A misunderstanding about their roles cost her dearly and Dying Light 2's Aitor herbs choice revolves around picking a type of petals or giving Aitor none at all.
Aitor's wife doubts the healer's intention which makes things less straightforward. When you do end up confronted with the choice of which herbs you give Aitor, you can ask Lawan for advice or, if you really dread the 30-second time limit, read on below to discover the three different outcomes.
Giving Aitor the small petals during his side quest in Dying Light 2 is actually the way to go if you plan on saving him. This ensures he fully recovers and is part of the process through which you can get your hands on the Lazarus, one of the game's artifact knuckledusters.
Giving Aitor the big petals does the exact opposite, killing him on the spot. Depending on your choices in the main story, you may have a motivation to do so. This also sees his wife storming out after expressing her intentions to kill the healer.
The third choice during Aitor's side quest in Dying Light 2 involves refusing to give him any petals at all. Choosing this path leads the Peacekeeper doctor to administer an injection that puts the character in a coma.
That's what you need to know about Dying Light 2's Aitor herb choices and which one helps you save the character during his side quest. For more on the game, check out our guides on getting inhibitors and repairing weapons.
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