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TVG Tales: Fogie, Wild Thing and Monster. Oh, my!

A cache by Ol'Fogie Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/29/2014
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This is the first in what I plan as a series of Wherigo adventures featuring local cachers. In this crusade, your objective is to get to and restore the Kingdom of Playland. You will meet Ol'Fogie, The Wild Thing and Pretty Little Monster along the way, and you may even run into a very wise owl that knows everything about the Earth.

Playland Kingdom

Long ago, Playland was a beautiful place where children played and families had fun. The new king didn't believe in fun and used an evil spell stolen from the realm's wizard to force all of the kingdom's people into slavery. Those that resisted were turned into creatures and forced to live in the wild.

Playland in ruinsPlayland fell into darkness and ruin. But, it is told that there is a secret door at the palace to a room that holds the spell and that a hero will come along some day to open the door and release the spell's power.

Could YOU be that hero?

You should be able to complete the quest in less than an hour. With the exception of the final physical cache location, the path is paved and completely wheelchair accessible and the entire adventure can easily be completed on foot. To download the cartridge, click here or click the related webpage link above. The cartridge has been tested on an Oregon, iPhone and Android phone successfully, but please let me know if you experience any issues.

NOTES: If you seem to come to an impasse, check your inventory. Also, the last zone is across the street from the other zones. Although there is a crosswalk and warning lights to vehicles, it is a busy road at times. Thus, I STRONGLY suggest either driving to the final or keeping all small children, pets and/or Pokemon on a short leash if you decide to walk.

Enjoy, happy hunting and good luck spilling your ink. Cache ya later!

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