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## Master of Mystery #14 Amsterdam

A cache by lingbeek & 2Windstreken Message this owner
Hidden : 08/20/2012
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### Geocache Description:

If you are trying to find the cache at the posted coordinates, you are never going to become a Master of Mystery. You need to look elsewhere for the coordinates. For GC3THNK You will really need to THINK.
And when you are finished you can say THANK you!

Solve 20 mysteries from around the world and become a Master of Mystery!

Note! There is no need to write "I solved it"-notes on participating mysteries

You want to become a "Master of Mystery"? To prove your worth you need to step up to the challenge that we have prepared. You have to solve a number of Mystery caches, we've selected for their originality and diversity in order to find the final coordinates coordinates of a cache located in The Netherlands. Sounds complicated? Not for a « Master of Mystery » as you will soon realize...
As you solve each of the mysteries in this series you will be rewarded with two things. First of all you will get the name and GC-number of the next mystery in the series. You will also be given a number that will help you calculate the final coordinate.
The owners of the caches involved know that their puzzle is a part of the Master of Mystery series and you can then contact them if you feel the need.

The difficulty of the mysteries is varied and distributed randomly. Note that the total sum of the difficulties is greater than 50 stars (Actually to be exact 55,5 stars). Some are easy, and some will hopefully strain your brain. I have solved all of the used mysteries myself.
The caches are spread around the world.

Are you ready to start down the long and winding road to become a "Master of Mystery?"

10 countries - 20 mysteries
 01. GC1R16E 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

When you have solved all of the caches above, sum up the numbers and go find the final location:

N52 XX,XXX

E004 YY,YYY

You can use the following Spreadsheet to keep track of your puzzles and do the math.

You can validate your solution with Certitude.

## Other Master of Mystery caches around the world

After finding this cache you may use the Master of Mysteries banner:
This is the bannercode: <a href="http://coord.info/gc3thnk"><img src="http://img.geocaching.com/cache/large/d0a285e8-2e0a-4207-9ae0-8941f087100e.jpg?rnd=0.6279384" width="200"height="50"></a>

Hfr gur trbpurpxref naq fgneg ng ahzore bar!
N fcbvyre vzntr vf ninvynoyr va purpxre ahzore 20.
Ybpngvba: Veba jver pna uryc va ergevrirvat gur pnpur.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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