Clan Riffster Posted April 5, 2009 Share Posted April 5, 2009 puzzles, ARLs, and math caches want you to do something. Very true. I don't think anyone would argue that. Allow me to touch on the key word in your statement: "Want" I assume from your language skills that you know the difference between someone wanting something and someone demanding something? Most puzzle caches I know of would qualify as a "want", since, by its very creation, it can be inferred that the owner would like you to follow their footsteps to get the final coords. The same is true for most multis. There are a few puzzles and multis where the owner dictates specifically that any finders who bypass the puzzle and/or stages will have their logs deleted, however these seem to be the exception, not the rule. "I would like this, please" vs. "Give me that right now" Want vs. demand. Who says there isn't a requirement for many puzzles? Since Groundspeak is the final arbiter regarding what rules exist in this game and what rules do not, I would say they are the ones who say if there are any "requirements" for finding puzzle caches. Here are the guidelines for mystery caches. http://www.geocaching.com/about/guidelines...x#mysterycaches Can you see anything in them that dictates a puzzle MUST be solved prior to logging a find on a puzzle? I can't. Quote Link to comment
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