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Old 01-31-2018, 12:23 AM
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Default Places for caches

Caches are an integral part of MP. Each cache should be as unique as possible because nothing says 'uninspired' as a concrete box in a field. However, it is difficult to come up with interesting on the fly so lets put a few ideas out here.

You should work out how exposed and how tampered with the cache is. For example a very exposed site might be under the statue of a new town. Tampered sites might not be breached but rather attempted breaches a few times. They might be booby trapped or set to send a signal when approached.

Okay, here's a few;

1: In the embankment under a bridge. The door is a steel plate.
- The bridge may have collapsed
- The door may have rusted shut or have serious amounts of debris against it
- There may be a trip flare attached to the debris or similar

2: A fake stormwater tunnel. There is a door at the end of the tunnel
- Something lives in the tunnel. Something big.
- Corpses are strewn about the tunnel. One of the corpses has a Morrow Project ID. There is no clue to what killed them.

3: In a field. The classic 'fridge in a field'
- A 150 year old dead and stripped M1A2 tank sits on top of the cache and the treads/road wheels have sunk into the ground. Several other military wrecks are in the area.
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Old 01-31-2018, 12:35 AM
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4: 15m South East from a 'founder' statue
- The new people have adopted the statue as the founder of their little town. It sits in the middle of their armed canton
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Old 01-31-2018, 12:48 AM
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5: In a dead mall in fairly good shape
- The bottom two floors are flooded
- Animals and things have been attracted by the water. The labyrinthine mall allows them to stalk each other.
- The information for the cache is annoyingly vague. The lower levels of the five story mall is pitch black. The actual cache is attached to a store room and the surrounding area is half flooded. Opening the cache will allow the water in.
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Old 01-31-2018, 07:07 PM
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A drive-in movie theater

The cache is built into the foundations of one of the screens

Problem:
A community makes use of this place . Their "emergency services" make use of the theater's radio transmitter and some salvaged car radio receivers.
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Old 02-01-2018, 12:27 PM
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In my Morrow world, Morrow established orphanages, and small technical schools. Ideal recruitment/indoctrination places, and of course easy for Morrow Construction (or its shell companies) to add in a few secret cache chambers during construction.
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