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Bradley Fighting Vehicle

A cache by The Porcelain Hammer Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/16/2011
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A well camouflaged Puzzle Cache which may make a few people nostalgic for their childhood. ;-) On the face of it, this is a simple puzzle but I've thrown in a few nasties....all of which have been thoroughly tested at home (albeit in floor isn't big enough!!!).

The cache is not at the published coordinates. Use the commands listed below to determine the sequence in which the tanks are destroyed. Assume your Photon Cannon has a range of two squares and that your 'Programmable Electronic Vehicle' starts each set of coordinates in the bottom left square, facing East. So power up an away we go:

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Congratulation to ColinCactus for the FTF

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Chmmyr: Haqrefgnaq jung nyy gur ohggbaf qb, orsber cerffvat TB.
Pnpur: Va gur pbeare

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



  • CommandsExecute these commands in sequence to determine which tanks are 'killed' in sequence. Assume a firing range of 2 squares and reset to the bottom left square, facing east, at the beginning of North and West command sequences.
  • Programmable Electronic Vehicle
  • The enemy

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