Well Rounded Cacher X2 - "Fizzy Challenge" X 2
Now it is time for the real Challenge for thoose of you who likes different types of Challenges !
The original "Fizzy Challenge" was published in California on April 6, 2007. Kealia, the owner of the first Fizzy Challenge created the cache in honour of a local cacher, FizzyMagic. We have more or less done a "copy cat" here but not only that, we have also raised the stakes and made it even more demanding.
Keep in mind that this cache is not for everyone. It requires hard work to fulfil all combinations and here you will have to do it twice. During that process you will have to challenge your mind, physics, fears etc.
To be able to claim a find on this cache, you will need to first …
- Find at least two caches of every difficulty/terrain combination (2X81 unique combinations).
- As part of those finds, you will need to have at least two founds on these 10 cache types shown below (the different cache types count against the 81, so if you find a 2.0/1.5 traditional cache, it fulfils both requirements).
- Earth Cache
- Event Cache
- Letterbox Hybrid
- Cito Event
- Multi Cache
- Traditional Cache
- Unknown Cache
- Wherigo Cache
- Virtual Cache
- Webcam Cache
- All caches in the difficult/terrain combination must have been published before 2012-08-01, this to avoid last-minute customised publications. This is NOT applicable for the cache types, any date is approved.
For the moment there are three options to track your founds. Later on we hope that we will be able to supply a GSAK macro that will help you if you are a GSAK user.
- Send your "MYFindsPQ" to us and we will check it for you (Preferable).
- Post your finds in a private Bookmark list. Email the list link to us when you have finalized the Challenge (Second choice).
- Third option is to post the gc numbers for all finds in your log that you are claiming to be approved for the Challenge.
All logs that don’t fulfill the requirements will immediately be deleted.
- All previous cache finds count … you do not have to start from “0”.
- Generally accepted rules, guidelines, and conditions for logging a find apply … all finds must be caches listed on geocaching.com that you have personally (physically) found.
- If others are with you when you find the final, only those who have fulfilled all the criteria for this cache will be allowed to log the cache as a find.
- This particular cache does not count as the 5/5 in the matrix … you must find a 5/5 before this one.
One more thing: The rating is 5/5. D5 for difficulty since it is D5 to fulfil the chart twice and all ten types twice. T5 is the rating for the placement of this cache. If you have managed to fill the matrix then this should be a piece of cake .