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Battle at Hagen Wherigo Cache

Hidden : 08/02/2010
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"Legend of Gegeodon"
Chapter 2: Battle at Hagen

Like its preceding chapter, "Gegeodon Revived", this is a story cartridge. For those who need a story update, please refer to the Glossary item when you start the cartridge.

This Wherigo cartridge takes place around Hagen-Stone park. No driving is required. Most of the stages are on even grass, though you'll have to watch out for goose evidence. Towards the end of the cartridge, you will need to walk on a trail in the woods; be careful of poison ivy.

To play this story, you'll need to download the cartridge from and play it on a Wherigo-enabled device, be it a Garmin Colorado or Oregon, Java-enabled phone (using OpenWig), or an Android phone (using WhereYouGo).

Hagen-Stone Park is open daily from 8AM to sunset. Please allow yourself around an hour to complete the cartridge.

Interacting With Characters
There are times when you navigate to a zone (location) and nothing happens automatically. Instead, look in the "You See" menu and you'll notice a character or two. From there, you can select the character and interact with him, her, or it.

Using Items
Occasionally, you'll need to use an item, such as the Tear of Agatha, Corotium, or gold. To do this, select the character (from the "You See" menu) you want to use the item on or give the item to. You will then see a list of actions you can make with that item--but only while you are near the character.

During beta testing, I noticed someone would tap the screen if the Player did not display the next dialog box in time. At one point, the person tapped the screen just as the next dialog appeared and told where to go. That meant the person accidentally skipped the dialog and had no clue where to go. Please have patience with your devices.

Saving frequently is a good thing just in case your device crashes. If you plan to do this (the cartridge is lengthy, so I do recommend this if you think your cartridge will crash), please test your device's ability to save. To do this, finish all events at the chapel, save your cartridge, close it, and try to reopen and resume the cartridge. If the "Hitching Post" zone is still visible, you should be able to save your cartridge. Also, please check your device's battery power to prevent you being surprised by it running out midway through.

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