The cache is a small camouflaged sistema containing the usual log book, swaps, etc, plus some important information that will help you complete the AMJC cache series.
Please make sure the cache is covered well when you rehide it.
Auckland Mega Jigsaw Challenge
This is one of the caches in the Auckland Mega Jigsaw Challenge series. The challenge is to find a series of caches and retrieve jigsaw pieces, and then race to find the final cache. To find the final cache you will first need to find all of the jigsaw pieces and assemble them together to reveal its coordinates.
The jigsaw pieces are all located in geocaches placed in the greater Auckland area and may be found in three ways:
|1. All caches placed by funkymunkyzone and/or mm1968 with the prefix AMJC, and a number, in the cache title will include 2 pieces of the jigsaw permanently affixed to the inside of the cache container, along with a plastic bag containing a number of copies of these pieces. You can find these caches and take one copy of the pieces, or photograph them if the supply of copies has run out. All jigsaw pieces required to complete the puzzle, including pieces that appear as FTF bonus pieces, will appear as one of these standard pieces in an AMJC cache.
|2. All of the caches mentioned in number 1, above, will also include an extra jigsaw puzzle piece that should be taken away by the first finder of the cache (the FTF) as a special FTF bonus. The more you FTF, the more bonus pieces you will collect and the quicker you might be able to get the jigsaw completed. These pieces give a temporary advantage only as all pieces will be included as standard pieces in one of the AMJC series caches.
|3. One copy of each jigsaw puzzle piece will also be located in an entirely random cache in the greater Auckland area. The locations of these pieces will not be published anywhere. If you find one of these, please photograph it and leave it where it is. These pieces will be moved randomly and will be removed from play when those pieces appear in the caches mentioned in number 1 (as those caches are placed and published). This third option is largely included to ensure that this final cache is solvable (albeit in an almost impossible fashion) upon publication.
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