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    Default "Coin" Question for the ScrollyOnes

    Just wondering when is the last time you checked on the Xi coin? There have been a lot of storms and such in many of the states mentioned as to where the coin could be??

    Somewhere in one of the promo articles for the scrolls it says that the coin will be hidden in a location where it would be visible from at least one angle, is this true as well???

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    Also...do we know what this coin looks like? Not that i have found any other "ScrollQuest" coins just lying about the place. But I haven't heard of a description of this actual token. Or is it suppose to be so distinquishable that we will know it when we see it.

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    What's it made of, plastic, so it don't rust?

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    Default Re: "Coin" Question for the ScrollyOnes

    Quote Originally Posted by pajohnso
    Just wondering when is the last time you checked on the Xi coin? There have been a lot of storms and such in many of the states mentioned as to where the coin could be??

    Somewhere in one of the promo articles for the scrolls it says that the coin will be hidden in a location where it would be visible from at least one angle, is this true as well???

    Inquiring minds and all........ :P
    Yargh. I looked an' looked, but couldna find the post we made with the photo of the dubloons we be hiding. So, in short, it's lost in the miasma of the internet. I'll do my best to describe it:

    It's hammered copper, that by the time it's been sitting outside will probably be patina'ed pretty well. Initially, they're sort of old looking anyway. They're between two and three inches in diam. With a big SQ, like the letters in our logo, hammered and blackened into the front.

    Yes, all our hiding spots are "seeable" from one angle. No digging necessary, though we have no control over leaves, trash, storm detritus or digging animals. Which is why we check on the coins periodically. ; )
    Perhaps Hollidaze would be kind enough to post a picture again of the GA coin she collected?


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    Isn't this the thread the coin is in?

    http://www.tweleve.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4016
    and this the picture:

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    Dude, thanks a bunch! I was looking in the main forum, since the coins will be pretty much the same for our hunts. Oops. : ) This is why I don't PLAY treasure hunts.


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    Default Re: "Coin" Question for the ScrollyOnes

    Quote Originally Posted by eimhin
    Yes, all our hiding spots are "seeable" from one angle. No digging necessary, though we have no control over leaves, trash, storm detritus or digging animals. Which is why we check on the coins periodically.
    Leaves, trash, detritus, and digging animals all imply the coin is at or near ground level. Have you ruled out shallow water yet? A coin under shallow water would be viewable and would not require digging.

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    p.s. Perhaps you should rename this scroll "The Dead Scroll", as in no one is talking about it. Is anyone still working on this one???

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    What about snow fall? Will S.Q. clear any snow that happens to cover up the coin? Or are they anticipating winter and do we need a picnic table like Martina? Lafitte

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    I think it is entirly plausible that the ScrollyOnes have attached an alternate heat source to the coin to keep it from being covered by snow. If thats the case it will become much easier to fine once winter comes...

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