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Die Helden tot - das Volk in Not!

A cache by pasternak Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/10/2008
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2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Deine Lösung für die Koordinaten dieses Rätsels kannst du auf überprüfen.

The heroes dead - the people distressed! The starting-coords are free chosen and do not truck with the starting-point of the cache. You have to decode the map to find the starting-point. Mutations are count as one character. No bans have to be violated to find the cache. However, watch out absolutely for prohibition signs and comply to! Stage 1 Count the glass-bricks at the right side of the building which you can see from here. Amount of the bricks * 4 = KLM When was the well sunk? Year of construction - JFCF = QRS Go to 49°AB.KLM, 007°FC.QRS Stage 2 Look around and answer following questions: 1) Since which month has Uffz Germann been missed? Number of the month = T 2) One person died in MASH Duisburg. In which month? Number of the month = U 3) How many characters has the firstname of Mrs. Schwenk? Amount of characters = V 4) The highest building was constructed in which year? Last digit of the year of construction = W 5) In which month died Valentin Müller? Number of the month = X Go to 49°TU.VUU, 007°WV.UTX Stage 3: Look for the beads which shows you the way to the final. The first to find awaits the obligatory FTF-Certificate, some saarlandian liquid refreshment and also the chance to consecrate oneself only to caching in future. Apart from that, there are two GCs and lots of useful items for trading. Good Luck, Team pasternak

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