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Club Penguin - Elite Penguin Force - Field-Ops #78 Complete Tutorial!

Hi there penguins!

Today, I have logged into Club Penguin to check out the Earth Day Party of 2012 when I noticed that my Elite Penguin Force Spy Phone was blinking red meaning that a new Field-Op has been assigned to all agents around the island of Club Penguin! Below is a complete tutorial on how to complete this week's Field-Op.

First things first, you will need to accept the new Field-Op. To accept a Field-Op, head to the Command Room. To enter the Command Room, you can either teleport with your Spy Phone or walk through the front door inside of the Everyday Phoning Facility. Once inside of the Command Room, waddle over to the yellow screen labeled "Field-Ops" and once the screen loads, click the button that says "Accept Field-Op."

One year ago, the Earth Day event was nearly attacked by an evil robot named Protobot. Thanks to Herbert, we stopped him. Herbert isn't likely to attack, but we need to expect the unexpected. Provide security and scan for signals. Just in case.
Once you have accepted your Field-Op, head to the Snow Forts. At the Snow Forts, you will need to waddle up the ladder to the tree house and stand right next to the moderator badge at the upper right-hand corner of your screen. Once you have done so, your Spy Phone will begin to blink green.

When you Spy Phone blinks green, it means that you have found the location of the Field-Op's mini-mission. To begin this week's mini-mission, you will need to click your Spy Phone while it is blinking green. In this week's mini-mission, you will need to break the code! Scan symbols to find the right combination!

Once you have completed this week's Field-Op's mini-mission, your Field-Op will be complete. You will receive a medal along with this following message from Gary the Gadget Guy.

Well done, Agent. You've picked up an unusual signal... The message is blank, but it's definitely encrypted. Why would someone send a blank message? This is very strange. Stay on alert --- this may be an important clue.
Good job agents, don't forget to enjoy the Earth Day Party! Also, don't forget to leave a comment below containing your opinions about this week's Field-Op.

-Frosty Badge


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