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Club Penguin - Elite Penguin Force - Field-Ops #65 Complete Guide!

Hi there penguins... or Elite Agents!

Recently today, I have noticed that my Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone was blinking red when I logged in. When your Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone blinks red, it means that you have received a new Field-Op for the week! However, many agents are unsure on how to complete this week's Field-Op, so I have created a complete guide based just on it! Check it out.

First, you must head to the Command Room. To enter the Command Room, you can either waddle through the front door located at the Everyday Phoning Facility, or you may teleport using your Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone. Once you enter the Command Room, you will need to waddle over to the yellow screen labeled "Field-Ops". Once you do so, the screen will pop-up enabling for you to be able to accept this week's Field-Op. Click the "Accept Field-Op" button to do so.

The signal we intercepted a few weeks ago is very strange. I believe it says, "Don't stand still," over and over. We should do one last sweep of the island. Look for signals near the water. I have a bad feeling...
Next, you will need to head to the Cove. Once you have arrived at the cover, waddle over to the corner near the light blue catalog thumbnail for you to have found the Field-Op's mini-mission's location!


Once you have done so, your Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone will begin blinking green meaning you have found the Field-Op's mini-mission location! Click your Spy Phone to begin the mini-mission. In this mini-mission, you will need to break the code! Scan symbols to find the right combination!


Once you have done so, your Field-Ops will be completed! You will receive a medal along with this following message from Rookie, an Elite Agent!

Hey Agent! Good job catching the signal! It definitely sounds like a crab clicking to me, so I should be able to translate it. It DOES sound kinda funny though... Like the clicks are slower and louder. I wonder if crabs have accents?
Good job agents, don't forget to leave your comments and opinions below!

-Frosty Badge

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