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Stray Safe Keys – How to Open Doc’s Safe


Updated: Jul 19, 2022 2:00 pm
Stray Safe Keys

The Stray safe keys can be quite a task to track down amid the sea of books cluttering up the library-like flat frequented by the Doc.

Fret not, we’re here to help and walk you through not just where to find those elusive Stray safe keys, but also the safe itself, which isn’t hidden all that well.

Here’s everything you need to know.

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Where to find the Stray Safe Keys

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From the window entrance to the flat, walk forward until you see a couch, monitors, and an open fridge. Turn right and walk straight ahead into the small room blocked off by piles of books with a red curtain draped across the doorway.

On the right-side mattress, you’ll find a small note and a translate prompt. Interact with it to pick up the Stray safe keys and learn that the Doc hides his safe behind a bunch of books.

How to Open Doc’s Safe

Stray Safe Keys

To find Doc’s safe, head immediately left out of the small room, then take a right down the central row lined with books on both sides. Barge through the pile of books on the left. Doing so reveals Doc’s safe hidden behind.

Interact with the prompt on the safe and select the Stray safe keys in your inventory. B12 will do their thing and open the safe. Inside, you’ll find Doc’s Notebook 3/4 along with some other treasures that you, sadly, can’t pick up.

That pretty much covers how to find the Stray safe keys and open Doc’s not so secret stash.

If you need a little more help making your way through Stray’s world, check out our other Stray guides:

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