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Club Penguin - Elite Penguin Force - Field-Ops #60 Complete Guide!

Hi there penguins!

If you are reading this message, you are most likely an Elite Penguin Force Agent. As you may know, a new Field-Ops has been released today. It is my duty to help you complete this week's Field-Op by showing you a step-by-step guide. Take a look below.

First, you must head to the Command Room to accept your Field-Op. You can do so by using your Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone or entering the front door in the Everyday Phoning Facility. Once you enter the Command Room, waddle over to the yellow screen labeled "Field-Ops". When you do, the screen will then pop up. You may then click the button marked "Accept Field-Op".

The Ice Rink is back this week .And we've got work to do. We must ensure the ice isn't TOO strong. Head over to the Stadium, and find a way to test its strength.
Once you have accepted your Field-Op, head to the Ice Rink. Once you have entered the Ice Rink, you will need to waddle to the bottom-middle section of the Ice Rink. Once you have done so, your Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone will begin to blink green.


When your Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone blinks green, it means you have found the location of the Field-Op and you must start your mini-mission. To start your mini-mission, just click your Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone while it is blinking green. In this mini-mission, you will need to crack the lock. Listen to the tempo of the lock, then repeat it. Be precise! You must match each lock twice.


Once you have completed the mini-mission, you will have finished your Field-Op. You will then receive a medal along with this following message from Gary the Gadget Guy.

Well done Agent! Using your Spy Phone's lock-pick to tap the ice was the perfect way to test its strength. Quite some time ago, Herbert used the ice to build a giant magnifying glass. So ever since, we've made sure to keep an eye on it. Thanks again.
Make sure to leave your comments and opinions below!

-Frosty Badge

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