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    Hi. My name is Custard Marks. I am an 11-year-old boy. I am the creator of CustardQuest. I figured this site is the best place to start to introduce my new treasure hunt game because you all like challenges like this. You can see me and my two best friends, Will and Windy, at my cool but simple website CustardQuest.

    The game is pretty simple. I travel around the country investigating paranormal events and unexplained phenomena. Just read my investigative notes and figure out the clues hidden within the text of the notes. These clues will lead you to unique hidden stones buried somewhere in the United States. If you find a stone, report it on the website and include the code engraved on the front of the stone, and you will be paid via Paypal whatever the pre-announced reward amount is for that particular CustardQuest. The reward money will be relatively small at first and will increase as the number of participants increases. The smaller reward amounts will also allow me to conduct frequent CustardQuests. New CustardQuests will be released a few weeks after the prior CustardQuest is solved.

    I already have completed my first paranormal investigation and written the investigative notes. I will post the notes in 4-8 weeks -- sometime in February or March 2012, after I make certain everything is set to go. The notes are about 10 pages long and are written in plain English -- no ciphers or codes. Sounds easy enough, right?

    There is also a section on the homepage where you can send an email to any friends who might be interested in CustardQuest. Remember, the bigger this gets, the bigger the rewards get. The Truth Awaits.

    Sincerely,

    Custard Marks -- True Believer
    CustardQuest

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    Custard,
    Looks like a great hunt.
    Love the website! Are you really 11?
    You did a great job so far.

    I have some questions:
    Is there a cost to join?
    How many stones were hidden?
    What is the value of the prizes?

    Thanks
    G*5

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    Thanks. Am I really 11? Well, of course. But Will and Windy are 12. They are in the grade ahead of me, which will make life very difficult for me when we have to split up when they go to junior high. Those two are the only things keeping a geek like me from daily torment at the hands and fists of elementary-school thugs.

    Here are the answers to your questions:

    There is no cost to join at all. Just read the investigative notes that I will post, figure out the clues, retrieve the stone, and report the engraved code on the stone. I will then pay the finder the reward money via my Paypal account. It's that simple. No catch, just fun, adventure, and mystery.

    There is one stone hidden per CustardQuest. How many CustardQuests will there be in the future, you might ask? That will depend upon a few factors. I have a lot of money saved up, so I'm ready for quite a few CQuests as of right now. I also have a lot of my special stones that are all ready to be hidden, so I'm good there too. Mostly what it comes down to is, if the popularity of CustardQuest grows, the game will continue. I have some other cool plans in store, too, but I'll keep those a secret for now.

    The value of the prizes is to be determined and will vary, depending on interest, difficulty, and personal cash flow. However, the value of the prize for each CQuest will be pre-announced at the same time of release for each CQuest, so the participants will know what is at stake. If interest is high in 4-8 weeks, I'll raise the reward amount. Like I said, I have saved up a lot of money from birthdays and stuff. That all being said, the first CQuest will probably be in the low hundreds of dollars, unless I can tell that there are a ton of people geeked up to play. Also, I have some little nicknacks for sale in the website store to try to help raise money for future CQuests. Just very inexpensive stickers with free shipping right now but hopefully more things to come. That money will go toward future hunts. I promise.

    Thanks for the questions. Any questions are welcomed, except I will obviously not answer any question that I believe will compromise the integrity of any CQuest search.

    The Truth Awaits.

    Sincerely,

    Custard Marks
    CustardQuest

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