[puzzle Pieces] I Want To Play A Game

Discussion in 'Archived Missions' started by Lyrah, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. Santiak

    Santiak MIA

    We found a theme, and we've found all remaining information pieces:

    Heat of Fusion.
    20, Lexicon, Hafnium Fusion Heat: 27.2
    21, Santiak, Iron Fusion Heat: 13.81
    22, Santiak, Technetium Fusion Heat: 33.29
    23, Lexicon, Tellurium Fusion Heat: 17.49
    24, Lexicon, Xenon Fusion Heat: 2.27
    25, Santiak, Antimony Fusion Heat: 19.79
     
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  2. Steelgramps

    Steelgramps Gold Member

    Great job agents!
     
  3. MochiInvasion

    MochiInvasion Senior Agent

    :OOOO wow!! nice going!
     
  4. Steelgramps

    Steelgramps Gold Member

    Hmm, seems like no achievement and no hidden mission (at least at the time of writing this post).
     
  5. cronkllr

    cronkllr Clearance Level: Gold & Black

    Very interesting, I figured this would have unlocked Pathfinder , and a new secret mission
     
  6. Steelgramps

    Steelgramps Gold Member

    Just recieved a call from dispatch telling me to standby for contact about a new mission that has been uncovered by pieces of information throughout our database.
    Further updates as i get them.
    (Whish i has a way to record these calls)!
     
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  7. Santiak

    Santiak MIA

    Just received a call from Dispatch on the matter as well - same as Steelgramps.
    [​IMG]
     
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  8. cronkllr

    cronkllr Clearance Level: Gold & Black

    3rd verification.

    I was just contacted from TBW dispatch as well.

    The run down

    Verified my agent name - Than started to talk to Dispatch on a secure line.
    I was told that my keen eye for observation and detail have not gone unnoticed , and it is a valuable asset to TBW. I would be contacted by a agent Wheeler from division 66 about an upcoming mission.

    Thank you dispatch :D

     
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  9. Treble

    Treble Senior Agent

    No call as of yet. They might have called the first X number of people to get all the pieces.

    In any case, hidden mission hype!
     
  10. cronkllr

    cronkllr Clearance Level: Gold & Black

    You have all the puzzle pieces unlocked in game yes?
     
  11. Lyrah

    Lyrah Senior Agent

    got the same call awhile ago, but was out...looks like one more thing to do before season 2!
     
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  12. Treble

    Treble Senior Agent

    Yep, I've got all them. I put in the last ones around 2-3 hours ago.
     
  13. cronkllr

    cronkllr Clearance Level: Gold & Black

    You will receive a call then. It is a live dispatch agent calling not a recorded message. So it will take him a bit :D
     
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  14. Treble

    Treble Senior Agent

    Ok. I'll glue my phone to my hand
     
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  15. raul_ct

    raul_ct Moderator

    called too, i didnt took it :(
    also email:
    Agent raulct,

    Our records show that you have recently uncovered a series of
    anomalies within the mission hub. We have noted the progress. Your
    keen eye for detail is a valuable skill, something that is much needed
    in our agency.

    We have alerted Agent Wheeler, an archivist at Division 66, and she
    will contact in the coming days with you concerning additional work to
    be done within the archives of our agency.

    Well done agent,

    Division 66
     
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  16. Lexicon4

    Lexicon4 Senior Agent

    No email yet
     
  17. cronkllr

    cronkllr Clearance Level: Gold & Black

    I believe that they tried to call RAUL_CT, he did not answer so dispatch sent the email.

    I answered my phone call and it was a live agent from dispatch giving me the message. These calls and emails are probably going out a bit slower as they are personal from dispatch and not a bot doing them. Getting the call from the live agent from dispatch made my day.:cool: I would just be patient, your call will come.*

    *(make sure you answer the weird number calling it is dispatch or another agency :eek:)
     
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  18. Lexicon4

    Lexicon4 Senior Agent

    Makes sense, thanks
     
  19. Stringreverse

    Stringreverse New Agent

    Thanks For sharing this information...:) It is useful for us.
     
  20. dylanamite

    dylanamite Moderator

    Continued from a few months back. This is a comprehensive guide to finding all of Season 1's Info Pieces.

    Season 1 Info Pieces

    Overall Theme:
    Chemical Elements



    Mission Set 1 (Training Missions) contains Missions 1, 2 and 3.

    The theme for the Info Pieces were Names of Chemical Elements.

    Credit to Agent Santiak for finding this.

    There’s not much to investigate in this mission. Remember the theme and search things on the postcard that weren’t involved in the main mission.

    Thallium

    The postcard is addressed to William Lamy. William Crookes discovered Thallium, and Claude-Auguste Lamy was the first to isolate it.

    Credit to Agent Lyrah for finding this.

    Take a good look at the Division 79 Basic Training Manual 4A (Archive: BTM4A17) and see if you can notice anything odd.

    Cadmium

    Some letters are doubled (such as “blisster” and “cloose”). The repeated letters spell out Stromeyer, the discoverer of Cadmium. Serum 1817 also refers to the year of discovery.

    Credit to Agent Grim-Angel53 for finding this.

    Does anything seem like it could be a clue in the photographs of the crime scene (Archive GH73Q3)? Look for a date or a name.

    Indium

    The auction poster advertises a “Fundraiser for St Ferdinand Church Soup Kitchen” at 1863 w Barry Ave. Ferdinand Reich discovered Indium in 1863.

    Mission Set 2 (Division 79) contains Missions 4, 5 and 6.

    The theme for the Info Pieces were Atomic Weights.

    Credit to Agent Lyrah for finding this.

    Don’t focus on anything in the Steam client here. The clues you seek lie outside the Mission Hub.

    87.62

    The cover photo for the Morpho Medical facebook page contains the numbers 8, 7, 6 and 2. 87.62 is the Atomic Weight of Strontium.

    Credit to Agent Lyrah for finding this.

    Does anything seem out of place on the Radiation Test document (Archive 8DFJ9D)? Pay attention to the classification of the document.

    101.17 (Should be 101.07)

    The Review date on the document is 1/01/07, but the document was made on 05/01/15. 101.07 is the Atomic Weight of Ruthenium. Ruthenium is also named after Russia, where the Polygon is.

    Credit to Agent Nikel for finding this.

    Nathaniel holds the clue for this answer in his Rosenburg intranet.

    180.94788

    Logging into Nathaniel’s intranet with the password “bedlam” gives us an image of Tantalum capacitors. 180.94788 is the Atomic Weight of Tantalum.

    Mission Set 3 (The Clinic) contains Missions 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.

    The theme for the Info Pieces were Melting Points. (Melting is mentioned in Mission 7)

    Credit to Agent Dylanamite for finding this.

    This mission features the delightful character of Mike Grisha. Is anything different from the last time we met him?

    3306

    Mike’s new team number is 76-31-769, whereas his old one was 60-31-769. Osmium has an Atomic Number of 76. The melting point of Osmium is 3306.

    Credit to Agent Rohva for finding this.

    We also meet Dr Myrick for the second time. Anything different about her since last time?

    3695

    Myrick’s phone number is now 514-555-3695. The new part of this is 3695, which is the melting point of Tungsten.

    Credit to Agent Durroth for finding this.

    Spend some time looking around Brea’s facebook page and see if you can find anything.

    1115

    In the “Details about Brea” section on her Facebook page, she includes the quote “Whoever has ears, let them hear” from Matthew 11:15. 1115 is the melting point of Calcium.


    Credit to Agent Secondme for finding this.


    Take a careful look at the four documents you’re given (Archive FT78RE). This Info Piece is relatively straightforward.

    505.08

    505.08 is a balance shown in an e-mail with Kray Holdings. 505.08 is the melting point of Tin.



    Credit to Agent Dylanamite for finding this.


    Lydia’s intranet holds the information you need for this one. Don’t forget the overall theme of the Info Pieces.

    115.78

    Lydia’s file mentions Krypton Fluride. The Melting Point of Krypton is 115.78


    Mission Set 4 (Into The Depths) contains Missions 12, 13, 14 and 15.

    The theme for the Info Pieces were Inventor's/Discoverer's.


    Credit to Agent Dylanamite for finding this.


    We're given quite a large Archive file containing numerous Lab Report numbers. They seem to end in letters. Perhaps there's something hidden there?

    Winkler (Discoverer of Germanium)

    Reading backwards from the end of the archive, the final Lab Report on each page are 72814W, 732190I, 385149N.. and so on. The letters spell WINKLER.


    Credit to --- for finding this.


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    Oganessian

    ---


    Credit to Agent Maruca for finding this.


    See if you notice anything during the PARVIS program. Particularly near the start.

    Marguerite (Discoverer of Francium)

    PARVIS was apparently created by Marguerite, obtained by clicking the asterisk next to the name PARVIS in the first screen of the program


    Credit to Agent Lyrah for finding this.


    We're given a number during the mission. See if it relates in any way to an element?

    Wollaston

    Rhodium is element #45. 45 was the number associated with John Wilkes. Wollaston discovered Rhodium.


    Mission Set 5 (At War) contains Missions 16, 17, 18 and 19.


    The theme for the Info Pieces were Densities.



    Credit to Agents Lyrah and Cowbie for finding this.



    We meet a new character in this mission. Could their name be a reference to something?


    19.84 (Density of Plutonium)


    O’Brien is a character in the novel 1984.



    Credit to Agent Lyrah for finding this.



    This one is written in plain sight within a document.


    15.10 (Density of Californium)


    Hidden in the price change for the Card Logs.



    Credit to Agents Lyrah and Cowbie for finding this.



    There’s a lot of numbers on those blue-prints. Do any seem out of place?


    18.95 (Density of Uranium)


    The numbers are written in the Laundry Room on the blueprint for the first floor.



    Credit to Agents Lyrah and Cowbie for finding this.



    There’s not a puzzle for this one apparently.


    12.02 (Density of Palladium)


    Solving codes Beta and Delta led to Jinn and Valhalla. Palladium is named after a Greek god? Maybe something to do with myths?
     
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