This is a place to collect thoughts, hints, answers and explanations for all of Season 2's Info/Puzzle pieces. For those who aren't aware, each mission has a different solution that, when inputted, will be a valuable piece of information: an Info Piece. I would highly encourage Agents try to find the Puzzle Pieces themselves. It's a lot more gratifying than just copying the answers from here! I've tried to provide enough hints here that finding them shouldn't be too hard. You can find the thread for Season 1's Info Pieces here: http://forums.blackwatchmen.com/index.php?threads/puzzle-pieces-i-want-to-play-a-game.585/ Feel free to post any hints you have in the thread and I'll add them to the main post. I will be continuously updating this post as more Info Pieces are found! GENERAL THEME FOR ALL PUZZLE PIECES THIS IS A VERY BIG SPOILER. Don't open if you want to find the pieces for yourself. Spoiler: This spoiler contains the theme of Mission Sets 1 and 2 The Solar System. Currently we have features of three planets - Craters of Mercury, Moons of Jupiter and Rings/Discovery of Neptune. MISSION SET 1 - ADVANCED TRAINING Theme for Mission Set 1 Spoiler: BIG SPOILER Craters of Mercury Mission 1: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT The solution is written out somewhere in the mission. Keep an eye out! Spoiler: SOLUTION Giotto Spoiler: EXPLANATION Look closely at Waite's tie. You can see "Giotto" written there. Mission 2: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT There are a few notes in the Training Manual that relate to each other. Do some research into those and see if you can find the specific sculpture mentioned. Spoiler: SOLUTION Phidias Spoiler: EXPLANATION The Training Manual references "Wonders of the Ancient World", "Olympia" and "Sculpture". These all point to the Statue of Zeus, and Phidis was the sculptor. Mission 3: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT This one is fairly easy. Once again look for notes in the Training Manual that don't fit into the missions. Spoiler: SOLUTION Tolstoj Spoiler: EXPLANATION Rob Tolstoj is mentioned in the Training Manual. Mission 4: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT Once again this one should be fairly obvious. Read through the Training Manual! Spoiler: SOLUTION Beethoven Spoiler: EXPLANATION Beethoven is mentioned in the Training Manual. MISSION SET 2 - WEATHER REPORTS Theme for Mission Set 2 Spoiler: BIG SPOILER Moons of Jupiter Mission 5: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT 1 You can find this piece in the PDF document of missing people. Look for something out of place. Spoiler: HINT 2 Look at the names of the mission people. Notice anything in the descriptions? Spoiler: SOLUTION Erinome Spoiler: EXPLANATION In some of the descriptions, the name of the person will have added letters. Collecting these together give "Erinome". Mission 6: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT Once you know the theme for this set, finding this one shouldn't be too hard. Look closely at the document of samples. Spoiler: SOLUTION Metis Spoiler: EXPLANATION The ID number for the document of samples is METIS3JJK Mission 7: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT Once you know the theme for this set, finding this one shouldn't be too hard. Look closely at the audio log document. Spoiler: SOLUTION Io Spoiler: EXPLANATION The "declassify date" is "50S9-IO" Mission 8: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT Do you notice anything different about the conversation transcript? There's a few things that are different that you need to focus on. Spoiler: SOLUTION JIMO Spoiler: EXPLANATION The letters J, I, M and O are italicised and capitalised in the document. Mission 9: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT 1 This one is harder to find than the others. Once you know the theme it'll help. You can find this piece in the observation document from Agent Kasdall. Spoiler: HINT 2 Elizabeth it is in vain you say... Spoiler: SOLUTION Dia Spoiler: EXPLANATION The word DIA is spelt from the first letters of the lines in the "Observed Paranormal Properties" section. Mission 10: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT This shouldn't be too hard to find once you know the theme of these pieces. Focus on the audio file, although you don't have to do any audio manipulation/analysis. Spoiler: SOLUTION Leda Spoiler: EXPLANATION The audio file on Clypit is entitled "LEDA26" MISSION SET 3 - BUTTERFLY EFFECT Theme for Mission Set 3 Spoiler: BIG SPOILER Rings/Discovery of Neptune Mission 11: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT The answer is written on one of the documents, in a way. Spoiler: SOLUTION Le Verrier Spoiler: EXPLANATION The signature at the bottom of the Spearfish Incident Update document is that of Le Verrier, the person who discovered Neptune. Mission 12: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT The answer is written in plain text on one of the documents. Spoiler: SOLUTION Berlin Obervatory Spoiler: EXPLANATION The Berlin Observatory is one of the donors to the Lorenz Group. It's also the location where Neptune was discovered. Mission 13: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT The answer is encoded and hidden in plain sight in one of the documents. Spoiler: SOLUTION Galle Spoiler: EXPLANATION Convert the numbers in the subject line and the 'OP' number below the break in the CLAM output document, using hexadecimal, to get the answer. Galle also discovered Neptune, but refused to be credited as the discoverer. Mission 14: Spoiler Spoiler: HINT To get this answer, you'll need to do a tiny bit of research. Think to yourself: Which of these documents would be easiest to hide a puzzle piece in? Spoiler: SOLUTION Voyager 2 Spoiler: EXPLANATION Agent Azuro's address is given in a weird format-- specifically, his street address is given as '0820'. Note the extra 0 before the 8. That actually corresponds to a date (August 20th). This happens to also be the date that Voyager 2 was launched, a spacecraft that gave us much of our modern data about Neptune. MISSION SET 4 - CHAOS THEORY Theme for mission set 4 Spoiler: BIG SPOILER Rings of Saturn Mission 15 Spoiler Spoiler: HINT This one is tough. You can find it on the website homepage, and it's encoded. Spoiler: SOLUTION Jeffreys Spoiler: EXPLANATION The timetable on the Iglesia San Martin homepage looks a little weird, right? If you express all of those times as hands on a clock, and then interpret that as flag semaphore, it spells out 'Jeffreys' -- and the Jeffreys Gap is a notable feature in the rings of Saturn. Mission 16 Spoiler Spoiler: HINT The answer is written in plain text on a document. Spoiler: SOLUTION Keeler Spoiler: EXPLANATION The Dispatch Agent named in the call transcript with Dr. Higgins is named Keeler -- and the Keeler Gap is another notable feature in the rings of Saturn. Mission 17 Spoiler Spoiler: HINT The answer is written in plain text on a document. Spoiler: SOLUTION 1610 Spoiler: EXPLANATION The message from Yvonne Waechter was sent to Division 79(that's us!) through Field Office 1610. Galileo first observed the rings of Saturn in 1610. Mission 18 Spoiler Spoiler: HINT The answer is not written in plain text on a document, but with a little bit of research into something mentioned in a document you should be able to figure it out. Spoiler: SOLUTION Roche Spoiler: EXPLANATION The Intrusion Device Technical Requirements memo was sent to Div 79(that's us!) by a Professor R. Edouard. Edouard Roche is a noted astronomer, and for whom the Roche Division in the rings of Saturn (and probably less relevantly, the Roche Limit) are named.