Mod note --- This is an ongoing operation, and as such spoiler tags are not required to be used in this thread. Additionally, please follow our live event etiquette when working on this operation. A casefile is being maintained by codex, dylanamite, Woozlez, and zaelong. If you would like to contribute to the casefile, please PM one of these Agents. If you are just joining this operation, the above casefile will help to catch you up to current events. There is a page on the Game Detectives Wiki for this operation, maintained by Agent codex. It will be kept up along with the casefile, but it may be easier to read for some. Most discussions about this operation are taking place in our Discord server in the #ops_dawn_bloom channel. --- (okay, im not sure where i actually would have to put this, so i placed it here) I just found an archive file regarding operation Dawnbloom. apparantly we are being asked for help regarding the decoding of some weird radio signal. the funny thing is, when i contacted the mail adres from the file, i got a replied by a confused agent who didnt even know we had acces to it already? (who am a to question him.. i just to stuff without asking questions) either way i just finished the transcription of one of the recordings and am wondering who else has access to these files? initial findings: words used are colors, moonphases or directions and all lines can be formatted in three words (some exaptions are spring green, which can be considered as a single word/color, and "south west", as a single direction) the noise in the background also needs some investigation; when opened in audacity, the spectogram shows a 'straight' line and there might be some binary properties in it? Dylanamite found a pattern in the word ordering (there is some sort of cycle in it) every found three word combination results in a letter. The voices spel out the words "hello you are the most perfect world"