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“ Bliss is your primary objective, but we believe Keener and the Russian are still in the building as well. I've tasked JTF squads to search for them, but if you see them, don't hesitate.- Faye Lau ”
General Assembly is the penultimate story mission in Tom Clancy's The Division.
The mission involves 3 boss encounters. The first two encounters involve battles with Rogue First Wave Division Agents and their LMB squads. Raptor appears in the first room after the Echo, and Domino will attack the players in the General Assembly room after interacting with the laptop. They use weapons typical of other RFWDAs along with Sentry Turrets and Seeker Mines.
The final encounter being against Charles Bliss in an attack helicopter. The final encounter involves a range of mechanics, with the interplay of the turrets that were shut down earlier in the mission. The helicopter will focus on the turrets to destroy them once activated. The turrets will inflict serious damage on the helicopter's armor and help eliminate hostile reinforcements. Be alert to Cpt. Benitez's calls, as he and ISAC will alert you when more LMB arrive to try and stop you from taking down Bliss. Once the helicopter's armor is destroyed, normal weapons can also be used to destroy the helicopter. It takes approximately 4 to 5 turret activations to completely destroy Bliss's helicopter.
The helicopter has a variety of attacks, which include a rocket barrage, mini-gun, and flares to blind and disorient players.
Once the player does enough damage to the helicopter, it will catch on fire and crash, dropping up to 4 items scattered across the area.
- If the player moves towards the tunnel entrance but then stops and faces back towards the gate entrance, they will see a LMB Helicopter take off and fly away from the compound and head into the city (don't bother trying to engage it as it is well out of range). Judging by the radio chatter midway through the mission, it is most likely that this chopper isn't carrying Col. Bliss, but rather Aaron Keener and his hostage Vitaly Tchernenko, which explains the ECHO encountered later in the mission.