AITDW Mission 4

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  1. berzerk0

    berzerk0 Active Agent


    AITDW 4-1 G͜uar̶di͠an

    Do you remember how to excuse your dear aunt Sally?

    Look at the circle and star-like pattern in front of you closely.
    W̶hat symbol is at the ̀center? ̧D̨oes ̶it ̶have a n̷umerical meaning?
    Are the dots arranged in a particular pattern?
    Is the star layered?

    What do our agents tell us in the document?
    What are we looking for? In what context is this object or entity found?
    Are there any words that are foreign to you in the document?

    B̖͎igger Nudge:
    Our symbol is the Greek letter between Y and X. (in this case, Y and X are not followed by Z)

    P͏erhaps ͞y͏ou ̢are ̸b́eing too rational. ̴We need t͝o ̧t͏ake advantage ͡of irrationality ̕h͞ere.

    H̵ow would ̧Julius C̛aesar w͡rite t̶he ́n͢umber ͘5?

    Some of the star's lines have beehive pattern, some have cubes, some look like marble and some have cracks. Look at the dots at the bottom closely.


    Our "guardian" is commanded somehow, and is paired with a different being.
    Look for that being and it may lead you to our demon.

    S̛tay̛ ̀g̡o̴ld.

    F̟̣inal Nudge:
    This constant is said to represent proportions so perfect, the relationship between parts is said to be golden.
    The whole is the short plus the long part, the whole is to the longer part as is the longer part is to the shorter part.

    When you do, keep in mind that phi(1) = 1, phi(2) = 6, phi(8) =9


    AITDW 4-2 R͟ep҉lication ͞Si͢g̛nature

    What sites is the virus looking at?

    We know that Wheeler was able to pull up a file on herself by searching her name - perhaps we can do that for other people?

    What do the individuals here have in common? Do they have a shared past?
    They've worked together before.

    B̠̟̼̙͇i͇gger ̼̥͍̬̱N͇̥u̜͕̝dge:
    Search for the Doctor's old shared piece of resume history. Try in the Archives, maybe on the Rosenberg Site.

    Think outside the box. Not every page a website has can be found via clicking links. Some things need to be entered into the URL the old fashioned way.

    Maybe the agency had something to do with their "esteemed colleagues'" professional demise - look online for the history of the colleagues' fall from grace.

    So far in this mission, most archive files have referred to people's names. This is unlike the Watchmen, something is amiss...

    F̤͍̦̯̹i̹͈͈̦̤̩nal̠ ̜̖̩̬N͙̲u̲̱dge̗̗͈:
    The Rosenberg staff's former workplace isn't the only clinic to offer treatment using that crazy word starting with "anti." What do you find when you search online about it? Do you find any terms, names, or information that might be in the archive?


    AITDW 4-3 S̶erver ́Ĺoc̡ation


    Our replication analysis mentions terms ending in .exe. What do all these terms have in common?

    The first exe is associated with the item in the second column, as is the second and ̨so ͢on...
    The final line associated with a blank - fill this blank in.

    B̼͇̼i̻̞͈̼͍͙͙gg͚er ̻̠͓̮Final ͔̱̝ͅNu̥͍̟͈̣dg̜̗͉͍̯̩e:
    What is "Verdun?"
    What happened there?
    When did it happen?
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2017

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