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Challenge 51 Mistery Caches in one day

A cache by Team Ribeiro Challenge Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/17/2013
Difficulty:
5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

A challenge is a general term referring to things that are imbued with a sense of difficulty and victory.

This challenge consists in having found at least 51 Mistery Cache over a period of one day at any point of the globe..

Verified the proper conditions, the registration should be physically carried out in the logbook.

We wish all a good challenge.

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What is a Challenge geocache? A challenge geocache requires that geocachers meet a geocaching-related qualification or series of tasks before the challenge cache can be logged. Waymarking, Benchmarking, and Wherigo-related tasks also qualify.

The additional qualification or geocaching-related tasks are considered the basis of a challenge geocache, rather than Additional Logging Requirements (ALRs).

Challenge geocaches vary in scope and format. All challenge geocaches must be in the affirmative and require that something be accomplished. Challenge cache owners must demonstrate that there are sufficient available geocaches to meet the challenge at the time of publication. Reviewers may ask the geocache owner to demonstrate that they have previously met the challenge and/or that a substantial number of other geocachers would be able to do so.

How will you know when the challenge geocache requirements have been met? Importantly, geocache owners must consider how they will substantiate claims that the geocache requirements have been met. The challenge criteria on the geocache page must reflect this consideration, and must be verifiable through information on the Geocaching.com website.

Challenges relying solely on third-party software for verification will not be published. Geocache owners will need to ensure that geocachers can verify that they have completed the geocache requirements without compromising their privacy. Challenge geocache owners may also be asked to outline a long-term geocache maintenance plan.

What makes an acceptable challenge geocache? A challenge geocache needs to appeal to, and be attainable by, a reasonable number of geocachers. A challenge geocache may not specifically exclude any segment of geocachers. If a geocacher is required to alter their caching style or habits, such as avoiding a particular geocache type to attain a specific percentage or average, the geocache will not be published.

The requirements for meeting the challenge should be succinct and easy to explain, follow, and document. A lengthy list of "rules" would be sufficient reason for a challenge geocache to not be published.



This challenge consists in having found at least 51 Mistery Cache over a period of one day at any point of the globe.

Verified the proper conditions, the registration should be physically carried out in the logbook.

In your registration should refer to the list of events in which he participated and respective GC.


We wish all a good challenge.

A challenge is a general term referring to things that are imbued with a sense of difficulty and victory.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

irypeb

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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