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Whats going on with that mansion?

Every level is access denied :-(

I'm glad it's not just like that for me...

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site is up for me, but had the same issue accessing the mansion. there are no links to visit while logged in for me either.

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ADVISORY AE091113 ASSESSMENT EXERCISE
September 11, 2013 at 7:09pm

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FROM: SADIRA KURUSH, PhD

CELL COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

TO: THE COLLECTIVE

RE: ASSESSMENT EXERCISE 091013

In an effort to assess the investigatory and research capabilities in the southeast region, Provost Lee A. Balung authorized, issued and executed the strategic placement of 18 (eighteen) separate evidentiary communications within displays presented last evening. Each contained an encrypted message and the combination requires analysis and comment. Upon discovery, review and analysis, successful Operatives are instructed to share conclusions and learn more…

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All access is still denied for me. Anyone have any other luck?

Nothing in the mansion is unlocking for me either. Every level displays access denied.

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Upon purchase from Jean-Baptiste Rondelet in 1812, the Codex is one of the first secular acquisitions of the newly founded Princeton Theological Seminary and is personally delivered to the school campus by Reverend Dr. Archibald Alexander. Housed with volume after volume of religious masterpieces, it becomes one of the most prized possessions in the Seminary’s famous library. And so it is here that a Princeton University architect first lays eyes on the Codex in 1925.

He is said to have been awestruck by the experience and some claimed he became preoccupied by deciphering its encrypted notes as accurately as possible and seeing the corresponding plans realized. But his attempts to include the buildings among the new lecture halls and dormitories of the university campus fail.

Stand by to learn more…

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Praise to T.J. for fixing my Original account on LT. I tried getting my in park bade and could not bc my account did not work. Now i can play :)

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Question: Is it true that Non FFP LT Operatives can play in park for 6 bucks? I read this over in Orlando United and wanted to see if it was true, So I'm asking here. Has anyone tried it?

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they didn't seem to care. It's 5 bucks to get the card (which was sold out both nights) but you can get the RFID to add to your pass for free.

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In his efforts, Ralph Adams Cram collaborates with an equally dedicated young Princeton architectural student, R. S. Harrison (pseudonym used - direct descendants still reside in Princeton) who at the end of his career is commissioned to design and build the compound on a private tract of acreage in the Sourland Mountains near Princeton. Groundbreaking takes place in 1979. It is Harrison’s final project and he passes one month after the completion of the compound in 1981.

Although influenced by its many possessors, the final Codex is said to be faithful in basic design to those that were first sketched on Christmas Day in 1518, the last Christmas in the life of Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci. Its philosophy, written in an encrypted code Leonardo learned as a young man in Florence, stands the test of time just as much as his other more well-know masterworks.

Today the buildings serve as the headquarters for LegendaryTruth who have occupied the premises since they were commissioned, constructed and completed. This is the home of THE COLLECTIVE.

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Question: Is it true that Non FFP LT Operatives can play in park for 6 bucks? I read this over in Orlando United and wanted to see if it was true, So I'm asking here. Has anyone tried it?

I do not have a FFP; however, I was able to pay the $6 and can play the game. Get there early though because as others have stated they did sell out.

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I though we were going to be given a new one tomorrow... ? Our "penance" was just not being able to advance tonight.

Edited by _Veritas_

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