+niraD Posted February 1, 2011 Share Posted February 1, 2011 is a cache that is "too hard to find" a "bad cache"?IMHO, it depends on why the cache is "too hard to find". Around here, we distinguish between "good evil" hides and "bad evil" hides. Both are extremely difficult to find, but for different reasons. A "bad evil" hide is something like a needle-in-a-haystack hide, such as an acorn with a blinker inside, hidden in a pile of acorns at the base of an oak tree. A "good evil" hide is well camouflaged, so you can look right at it and not recognize it for what it is. With a "good evil" hide, there isn't even a haystack to hide the needle in: after 10 minutes, you've searched "everywhere it could possibly be", and then you're left trying to figure out how and where the CO actually hid it. Quote Link to comment
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