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from 02/07 at 11:00 until 23/07 at 23:59

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ID:3417

Preparations for the Independence Day Celebration

Quest Giver Access requirements Requires Reward
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This quest is only available from 02/07 at 11:00 until the 23/07 at 23:59
02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

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400

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Hello my friend,did you also come to help Henry prepare for the celebration of Independence Day? Do you know what happened to me today? While I was looking for wildflowers, I lost my earrings. They are very special to me. I saw that there are berries on the list of necessary things that Henry has prepared for you. Could you also maybe look around for my earrings?
Finish
We thank you very much. Take this gun as a gesture of our appreciation
ID:3418

Henry's big list

Quest Giver Access requirements Requires Reward
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This quest is only available from 02/07 at 11:00 until the 23/07 at 23:59
02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

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Hi,good that you are here. I've prepared a list of things that I need. Here it is, just take it. I hope you can read my notes, because I don't have time to explain everything. I am really busy, I need to cook for the whole town! Just one thing before you go: When you gather agave, be careful. Some people went crazy in the last days. They all started shoveling to discover old stuff... as if they think they are archaeologists! They hope to find old and precious buried treasures. So be careful... If you fall into a hole, you can break your neck. I don't really think there is anything hidden here which would be worth a lot of money, you know.
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Thank you for everything you got me. And what is this chest? Get it out of here, it’s just dirtying my counter. Show it to John, if you must.
ID:3419

An old chest

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02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

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Use: A buried chest

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450

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200

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Hi,Are you going to join the celebrations? Old Henry as always goes crazy while preparing for Independence Day. What do you have there? Let me see this chest. You don't have a key for it? Hmm... Can we maybe open it with a hammer? The place where you can get leather, they have a lot of different tools there. I’d say just try your luck there. While you're there, can you bring me some leather too? Henry asked me to help him repair a few leather benches.
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And? Did you open the chest?
ID:3420

Let's have a drink

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02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

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100

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Ok, show me what you found in the chest. Oh, these look very old. These photos, books and notes point to ... the period of the American Revolution, don’t you think? Look, this is probably Joseph Warren in this picture. If I may say so, he was probably the most influential doctor in the history of America. He was an American physician who played a big role in Patriot organizations in Boston in the early days of the American Revolution. One night, together with some friends, he went to warn the city about an impending attack. In those days, it was all about taxes that had to be paid. But the road to independence is never so easy. Oh look, Henry wants something from us. Go and see what he needs and then I will continue with my story. Don't forget to get us something to drink.
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So, what does Henry need?
ID:3421

A small temporary museum

Quest Giver Access requirements Requires Reward
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02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

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Okay, I need you to get to work. I need some wagon wheels, glass and wood. I will do an exhibition of souvenirs related to the Declaration of Independence. I also need nails, a hammer or two and everything else that can be useful. Ah, and I need your and John's hands to help build a traveling exhibition. I was thinking about some kind of glass coach... We will build something that looks like a small house, and it should be easy enough to transport to the town’s center so that people can visit.
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I'm happy you got everything. Let's bring the stuff behind the saloon. You can work there with John. I have a mate tea for you.
ID:3422

Nailed it

Quest Giver Access requirements Requires Reward
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02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

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500

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Who had this crazy idea to build a special coach for an exhibition? But I like it, for that matter! Hold this and I will drive in the nails and continue to tell you my most interesting story.Joseph Warren knew Paul Revere, who was a Boston silversmith. He made really cool things and was very talented. He pursued a military career at first, but that didn’t turn out that well. He was also unlucky when he tried his hand as a merchant. However, he achieved great success when he took over the family’s silver shop. His success as a silversmith enabled him to leverage more advanced technological developments for the purposes of mass production later in his life. After the war, he also became interested in iron. He even opened a company in Boston. Imagine, all those who worked for him had some kind of freedom as an artist, flexible working hours, wages in line with skill levels... and liquor on the job! However, he was most famous for his night ride...Auu! I nailed my finger to the wood. Do something!
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Aaaaah, it hurts! Pull this nail out, please!
ID:3423

The night of the ride

Quest Giver Access requirements Requires Reward
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02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

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400

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Don't tell anyone what happened, please. This is embarrassing. I pierced my finger with this nail and it burns like hell! I need to rest, can you finish this wall? When you're done, put glass in the windows.And now let me tell you what Paul Revere became famous for. Well, many supplies and weapons for the patriots were stored in nearby towns and villages. And the rebellion's leaders, Samuel Adams and John Hancock, stayed not far away in Lexington. On the night of April 18, 1775, after the patriots’ intelligence sent warnings about British troop movements likely to seize the supplies and capture Adams and Hancock, Paul Revere and William Dawes saddled their horses and rode off to warn them and to alert the colonial militias. They went on different roads. Dawes took the land route out of Boston and Paul asked a sexton of a church to hang up one lantern in the North Church if the British army traveled by road, and two if the army moved along the river. When he was on his way, he noticed two lanterns in the window.He knew he had to speed up. Throughout the night, in every village and town, he alerted the militia to the approaching British forces. Men he passed got on their own horses and set off in other directions to warn the next villages. They both arrived in Lexington around midnight, met with Samuel Adams and John Hancock and spent the night discussing plans of action upon receiving the news.Yes, the crazy times of the American Revolution... Oh, I see you are done. Now we should paint this little museum we’ve built. What about white, red and navy blue? Let's find some things to make the paints.
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Did you know that 40 years after Paul Revere's death, a poem was written about him? He became a hero, although not everything he took part in the later days of the war was... a great success.
ID:3424

Almost done

Quest Giver Access requirements Requires Reward
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02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

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400

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Oh my... this is beautiful! How did you make that? I am so happy, I could cry... This is fantastic! What are these? Oh, it looks like old drawings and documents from the American Revolution. Oh, this is a very well-known book written by John Marshall. He was one of the founding fathers and later served as Chief Justice. And this bag belonged to Joseph Warren, he carried his medical tools in it. See, his name is engraved here. Where did you get that from? Can I borrow it?
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I don't know how to thank you. I think we will surprise our friends and all town-fellows.
ID:3425

More guests

Quest Giver Access requirements Requires Reward
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This quest is only available from 02/07 at 11:00 until the 23/07 at 23:59
02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59

5

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500

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1000

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Hi,Turns out that the mayor of Newport heard about our little museum and announced the arrival of many more visitors. I need to hire a kitchen assistant and I need utensils. Bring me some kitchen equipment, please. I'll pay you, of course.
Finish
Yes, that will do, Thank you very much.
ID:3426

The best 4th of July

Quest Giver Access requirements Requires Reward
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This quest is only available from 02/07 at 11:00 until the 23/07 at 23:59
02/07 11:00 - 23/07 23:59
Fireworks sent to other players: 400/400

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I wanted to thank you very much for finding my earrings. Somehow I forgot about that before. I have some chocolate for you and a surprise.My earrings are very valuable and old, they were made in Revere's silversmith shop. And here I have a pot of tea for you, also from his workshop. I hope you like it. Don't ask me how I got it, I have my ways. I think this year's Independence Parade was the greatest one we’ve ever had. The exhibition itself has already closed, so I got my earrings back. Henry asked me to give you what you found in the chest. He said it’s a real treasure and people were amazed to see all of it.But this is not the end of the celebrations. Are we going to see the fireworks? Don't forget to share your fireworks with your friends.
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Let's go! The firework show will start soon.