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Cyberpunk 2077 Pisces Job: Best Outcome

The best outcome for Judy's "Pisces" job in Cyberpunk 2077 involves kicking ass and crossing Claws.
The best outcome for Judy's "Pisces" job in Cyberpunk 2077 involves kicking ass and crossing Claws. / CD Projekt Red

The best outcome for Judy's "Pisces" job in Cyberpunk 2077 involves kicking ass and crossing Claws.

Pisces is one of the jobs that leads to initiating a a romance with Judy. It makes sense that lovestruck hopefuls will want to get this exactly right as not to ruin their chances with her. Fortunately, we've detailed exactly what the best outcome for this job is, how to achieve it, and what could potentially happen afterward.

Here's the best outcome for Cyberpunk 2077's Judy-centric job, Pisces.

What is the Best Outcome for Cyberpunk 2077's 'Pisces' side job?

The best outcome for this job is the defeat of the Tyger Claws gang and, if it suits the player, the chance to romance Judy with a female body and voice V. Players will need to kill Maiko and fend off the other bosses to complete this job in the best way possible.

To do that, there are a few particular dialogue choices players will need to pick. Most of the events that happen during Pisces are inconsequential. What matters is the ending conversation, when V and Judy confront Maiko in the Tyger Claw Penthouse. We've outlined the correct options below:

  • "Let’s do this."
  • "Who are the other two?"
  • "I'll do my best. Jack ’em out."
  • "Hold on, I think you’ve gone too far."
  • "[Draw Weapon] Let’s cut to the quick."—This leads to the Tyger Claw boss battle.

After ripping through these paper Tygers, V should set their sights on Maiko and select the following options:

  • "What?"
  • "You tried to cheat us all!"

This will lead to killing Maiko or, with a non-lethal weapon, rendering her unconscious. Judy will prefer the latter after the fact, but it doesn't truly matter as long as the player doesn't choose to side with Maiko.

Players will get access to the "Pyramid Song" job after they complete Pisces—so long as they have a Judy-compatible V.