+redsox_mark Posted June 6, 2017 Share Posted June 6, 2017 I recently logged a NA on This cache which is wrongly listed as a traditional, AND the final location is too close to another cache. It's had 20 finds over nearly 2 years, with many logs pointing out it should be a multi, but no NA until now. I'm feeling a bit guilty for this reason: The intent of the CO was to surprise - to make the finder think it is a Trad, then find they need to do a task (which is project a waypoint to a final 500 feet away) to reach the final. And many finders like that. I was thinking... how can this be done "legally"? Obvious making it a multi, but then there is no surprise, the finder will be expecting an additional stage. (They won't know it's a projection, but still will expect something). All I could think of is to make it a mystery/puzzle. He could make it a simple puzzle cache for the first stage, then have the final in a separate hidden waypoint, and make no mention of the extra stage. Any other ideas? Quote Link to comment
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