Teams arrived at District 13 where their daily schedules were tattooed onto their arms. Also, hanging on the wall was a map describing the layout of D13.
2000 Duke Street. Alexandria, VA 22314
Teams were directed to this location with the following in-app flavor text:
So the rumors were true, District 13 really does exist! Now you just need to make your way there and figure out what's really going on.
This puzzle was presented with the following in-app flavor text:
You've got your schedule. Now you just need to figure out where to go and what you're supposed to be doing.
The following files are required to solve this puzzle:
Click to reveal Hint #1
There's a lot of data on the map (you did find the map didn't you?), and most of it is just for flavor. But there's something about the layout of this map that might seem awfully familiar.
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The map is something puzzle-hunters are very familiar with but perhaps in an unfamiliar orientation.
Click to reveal Hint #3
The map is a periodic table, only inverted. Look up the captain's rooms to get half of your answer. For the other half, you'll need to rely on the group.
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Perhaps you should look up what groups and periods are with regards to the periodic table.
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The group answer is generated from both the periods (rows) and groups (columns) of the periodic table. Sort by period to get your final answer.
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- Jack Reda