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Mission Help

How I solved The Case of the Missing Puffles

As I walked around Club Penguin, I smiled. Today was the day that I was finally taking the agent quiz! I approached the Sports Shop and looked at the penguin at the counter.

I looked around, then told him in a whisper, “I’m here to take the agent quiz. Here’s my moderator badge.”

The penguin, who had round glasses, dark blue feathers, and a white lab coat on, handed me a packet of paper and a pencil. “Return this packet when you’re finished, and I’ll check over it.  I’ll give you your spy phone if you pass it.”

I went ahead and finished the quiz.  I gave it to the penguin, and he looked over it. Once he finsished checking it, he looked at me.

“You passed,” he said. “Here’s your new spy phone.”

He slipped it to me, and I looked around to make sure that no one was watching. “Your first mission is through the third curtain on the left,” he whispered.

I nodded, and walked through the curtain. The penguin followed me.  What I saw changed my life forever.

Multiple screens monitored the room, and files stuck out of every kind of drawer. A seperate board for mission alerts hung on the right wall. The way out of the room and into the Sports Shop was a door with many different passages before finally opening. A doorway labeled “Gadget Room” sat in the back of the room.

I turned around to see the penguin holding a book and a computer screen.

“The book is the F.I.S.H. It is the official rule book for the PSA. I suggest that you read it before you embark on your first mission. The screen is the list of missions.  If a mission has a lock sign beside it, you’ll have to do your current mission in order to unlock it. Your current mission is…”

Just then, his spy phone rang. “Hello?” he answered. “Aunt Arctic! How nice to hear from you! Wait, an emergency? You need a PSA agent right away?”

He paused to continue to listen to Aunt Arctic. “Alright. I’ll get her on it, right away. Over and out.”

He ended the call, and looked at me. “All right, Agent… Flareon, was it? I have your first mission. Two of Aunt Arctic’s Puffles have gone missing. I need you to go to her igloo and get the details. After you get the information, find the Puffles. Got it?”

I nodded. “Got it, sir. Just give me the directions.”

* * *

I looked around Aunt Arctic’s igloo. Blue, pink, and black Puffles sat in the corner next to an empty camera bag. Aunt Arctic was pacing around nervously.

“Calm down, Ma’am. Just tell me what happened.”

She looked at me. “Thank goodness someone is here to help me. I think some of my Puffles are in trouble! They’re missing!” she exclaimed.

“When did this happen?” I asked.

“It happened an hour ago. I was doing some reporting for the Club Penguin Times, so I brought my camera with me to take pictures.”

“What happened next?”

“Two of my Puffles must have hidden in my camera bag, because when I got home, I saw that they were missing, and my camera was gone too!” she cried.

I sighed. “Calm down. Could you describe your Puffles for me?”

Aunt Arctic thought for a minute. “Well,” she started. “The green one loves to explore and be Goofy, and the purple one likes to take pictures.”

I gave her a reassuring smile. “Don’t worry, Aunt Arctic, I’ll find them.”

Her worried look reappeared on her face. “Oh, please find my Puffles! I need to know that they are safe!”

I figured that the best place to look would be the Sports Shop, because the penguin who helped me earlier was there.

“Hello! It’s a beautiful day on the Ski Hill! Can I get you something?” he greeted me.

“Yes, please.”

“Check the catalog for everything you need to get around Club Penguin with style!”

“Do you have any SPECIAL items?” I asked.

I sighed. He didn’t recognize me. I had changed my feather color earlier, so…

He gave me a clever grin. “Well, there are some special items… You can take a look at them, if you answer this question…

“How many pairs of socks do I own?”

I was puzzled. Why would he want me to guess that? Must be some sort of agent proof test, I thought.

“Twenty-four?”

He shook his head. “I’m sorry, that’s incorrect. I can’t show you special items unless you know the answer.”

I sighed. “Where can I find the answer,” I muttered.

I left the Sports Shop and walked around Club Penguin, looking for some sort of clue.

While I was looking around the Ice Rink, something caught my eye. Three pictures of Aunt Arctic’s green Puffle!

I picked them up and rushed back to Aunt Arctic’s igloo. I gave her the pictures and said, “Just to let you know I’m on the right track.”

Her frown brightened quickly and she exclaimed, “Oh. Thank you! I’ve been so worried about my Puffles, but my pictures tell me that you must be on the right track! Now I know you can find my Puffles!”

I smiled. “Glad to hear that, Ma’am. I’ll continue my search.”

The only place that I hadn’t been to was the Pet Shop. I was hoping that it would have some sort of clue of to what was the number of the penguin’s socks.

As I walked in, there was a note on one of the Puffle houses. I picked it up to find that it was written in morse code. I had copied the code that I had seen in the F.I.S.H., so I took my copy of the code out of my pocket. The code said, “G has ninety-two pairs of socks.” (Actual number is random. Yours could be different when you do the mission.)

I ran back to the Sports Shop and talked to the penguin again. I told him that he had ninety-two pairs of socks, and he responded, “Oh! So you are a secret agent? Pleased to meet you! My name is ‘G’, and I invent all of the spy gadgets.”

I sighed. “G, you’ve seen me before. I’m the new agent? I just changed my feather color. May I see some spy gadgets?”

“Sure, just follow me.” He walked over to the giant cabinet in the middle of the shop, and he opened it up.

“Here is some spy equipment that might come in handy. Take what you need.”

I smiled. “Thanks, G.”

I picked the Life Preserver Shooter. “They might be in the middle of the ocean…” I muttered.

I had seen a penguin looking through a telescope on the Ski Hill earlier, so I decided to check up on him. He was standing next to his telescope, looking worried. “What’s wrong?” I asked him.

“I just saw some penguins in trouble on the iceberg! They look stranded!”

I then knew what to do with the Life Preserver Shooter. “I’m on my way,” I said.

Once I got to the iceberg, I found that what the penguin had said was true. “Are you all right?” I called out.

“Help, help!” they screamed.

“How did this happen?”

“Too many of us wandered to the edge of the iceberg at the same time..” one penguin called.

“…And the part we were standing on broke off! We started to float away!”

“Don’t worry, I’ll find some way to help you!”

I took the Life Preserver Shooter out of my inventory, and aimed it at the stranded penguins.

After I had saved all of them, I was showered with a crowd of “Thank yous” and amazed expressions, and compliments.

But one penguin stood alone. When I spoke to him, he told me, “I saw two Puffles. One had a propellor cap on, and the other was carrying a camera. They flew away, but I don’t know where… If I was higher up, maybe I could have seen where they went.”

That gave me a good lead. This penguin had seen the Puffles! I rushed back to the Ski Hill to ask the penguin if I could use his telescope. But when I got there, he was crying!

“What’s wrong?” I asked.

He sniffled, then looked up at me with sad eyes. “I was using my homemade telescope to look around Club Penguin, and it fell apart! …Oh, please help me fix my telescope. If you do, I’ll let you look through it! Please, will you help?”

I nodded. “I’ll see what I can do.”

The telescope was definitely broken. How can I fix this? I thought.

I looked at my spy phone. Near the top, there was a flashing red button with the label “Tools” beside it. I pushed the button, and three items stuck out of the side of the phone, which were a pair of scissors, a comb, and a wrench. I took the wrench and fixed up the telescope.

A grin spread across the penguin’s face. “Thank you so much! Just come over here and look through the lens of the telescope to look across Club Penguin!”

As I looked through the telescope, I saw the tallest mountain in Club Penguin. I thought that I saw a green Puffle flying around it! I blinked, then looked again. The Puffle was still there! I rushed back to the Sports Shop, and grabbed the Grappling Hook.

I then rushed to the tallest mountain, and tossed the grappling hook on the top of the mountain. I climbed up the rope, and the green Puffle approached me once I was at the top of the mountain.

I gave him a pat on the head, and said, “Hey, you must be one of Aunt Arctic’s missing Puffles.”

The Puffle flew to the left, and turned my head to face where he was going. The purple Puffle was sitting on the very peak of the mountain taking pictures! I laughed and said, “Come, Puffles. Let’s go back to Aunt Arctic’s igloo.”

* * *

“You’ve found my Puffles! I’m so glad they’re safe!”

I smiled. “Happy to help, Aunt Arctic. I found them at the top of the tallest mountain!”

She gave me a confused look. “The tallest mountain? Why were they up there?”

“The purple Puffle was taking a picture, maybe to help with the Newspaper.”

Aunt Arctic laughed and looked at the purple Puffle. “Oh, that makes sense. Ever since I got it, it has loved to take pictures through my camera.”

I gave her a salute. “I’d love to stay and talk some more, but I have to go back to headquarters now.”

She grinned. “Thank you for doing such a good job, not only in bringing my Puffles back to me, but helping others around you… If I need any help in the future, you’ll be the one I call!”

I smiled. “See you again some time. Goodbye!”

The End

(P.S. How did you like my first mission guide? Comment and let us know if you want me to keep doing it this way! Sincerely, Flareon17)

 

How I solved G’s Secret Mission

So there I was, eating a slice of pizza at the Pizza Parlor. All of a sudden, my spy phone rang!

It was a text. Here’s what it said:

Agent. Report to the Sports Shop immediately and speak to G.

I had no idea what this meant, but I guessed that it was important. I left the Pizza Parlor and headed for the Sports Shop.

Once I got there, I found G at the front desk.

I looked around to see if anyone was watching.

“Hello, sir.” I said.

“Hello! Welcome to my shop! Are you looking for something specific?”

I lowered my voice. “I’m here to receive my mission.”

A sinister grin spread across his beak. “I might have a mission if you can solve this riddle… To find the secret word look near a lively game; pointing to a path with a rabbit in its name.”

Weird riddle, I thought. Lively game, pointing to a path with rabbit in its name…

That’s it! I thought. I rushed over to the Ski Mountain, and looked closely at the sign pointing to the Bunny Hill. There was a word written in the agent code!

I pulled out my paper with the agent code on it. The word on the sign said “Mogul.” (Note: This is not random. The word is always Mogul.)

I ran down to the Sports Shop and approached him. “Did you find the secret word?” he whispered.

I nodded. “Mogul.”

He smiled. “Excellent work! Are you ready to receive your mission?”

“Yes, sir.”

“Great! Let’s get started.”

He walked over to something with a tarp over it. He pulled off the tarp, revealing a homemade sled.

“Your first mission is to test drive my new sled,” he said. “This is the first prototype, so we have to make sure it’s safe. You will need to go to the top of the Ski Mountain to get started. Have fun sledding, but be careful!”

I dragged the sled to the top of the Ski Mountain. I went over to the sign that said “Test Run,” and got on the sled. It started to go downhill.

It got faster and faster. After landing off of a snow ramp, a ski broke off. More and more obstacles broke the sled, until it completely fell apart. I blacked out, and didn’t wake up for what seemed like hours…

* * *

I woke up to find myself in the wilderness of Club Penguin. Remnants of the sled were scattered around me.

In the middle of the rubble was a… Survival Guide! I grabbed it, and started to read.

Dear Agent,

I assume since you are reading this guidebook you have run into some problems with my sled. I have put together a few tips that will help you survive in the wilderness until you are rescued. I threw this guide together at the last minute, so the tips are not provided in any particular order.

G”

The tips in the book are as follows:

1. Stay Put.

Do not try to find your way out on your own. Stay close to your site and wait to be rescued. This will make it easier for rescuers to find you.

2. Ignore tip #1.

Well, don’t ignore it completely. But in order to survive until you are rescued you’ll have to venture out from your site a little bit to find shelter, water, food and a few other things you’ll need.

3. Find Shelter.

Look for an area that will provide some warmth and cover from the wind, snow, and rain. Caves work well for this purpose. If you can find one you’ll be doing well. If it is very windy you will want to construct a shield of some sort to put at the front of the cave. Bushes and branches work well for this.

4. Get Food.

I’m not sure what exists in the Club Penguin outback, but I would not recommend eating unknown bark or plants just in case. Better to stick on the same side and stick to regular penguin fare: fish, of course! However, don’t spend all of your time looking for food. Fire and shelter are more important.

5. Get water.

Never eat snow. You never know what has been there ahead of you. Before you drink any water, you must boil it. This will remove any harmful substances from the water. Use water from a river or waterfall and boil it. But you’re going to need fire to get your water to a good, rolling boil. Which leads me to the next tip.

6. Get Fire.

No signal, no smoke. No smoke, no fire. No fire, no rescue (or water). This part is very important. You will need several items to get a fire going.

Wood: make sure it is dry, look for different sizes

Tinder: Use easily flammable material like paper or hair

Heat Source: Use this to light the tinder to get your fire going

Note! The smoke from your fire, if it is a good one, will help rescuers find you. Build your fire close to or inside your shelter.

7. Use what you have.

Be resourceful and try using items you already have. The sled, if you still have it, might come in handy when searching for food or building a fire. I don’t mind if you have to use it to stay warm or safe. I can easily build another one. The sled is made up of a variety of materials I collected around Club Penguin. Try finding multiple uses for one item. This will save time and energy.

8. Be alert.

Be on the lookout for wildlife. Watch for paw marks in the snow. Follow them at your own risk, although I’m pretty sure the only wildlife you’ll wee are Puffles, which present no threat.

 

Once I reached the end of the book, I looked around to find stuff that I could use.

“Chair… no. Front of the sled, no. String… hey!”

I figured that I could use the string for something good. I went ahead and explored the forest.

I went forward and found an O Berry bush. “Maybe these could serve as food?”

I remembered G’s words.

I would not recommend eating unknown bark or plants.

I then realized that I had learned that fish like O Berries. I picked three of them. I saw a stump ahead, and I approached it.

I laughed when I got there. Several Puffles were playing together, just dancing and having fun, all except for one.

A black Puffle stood in the middle of the fun, just sitting there, scowling. I reached my flipper out to pet the Puffles, but as soon as they saw me, they all ran away, except for the black one.

“Come here, little guy…” I said, holding an O Berry in front of his face. He took a bite of it, and literally turned into a fireball of happy mayhem! When he was finished, I left the area. I turned around and realized that the Puffle was following me! I was about to shoo him away, when I realized that he could help me in my quest for survival.

I headed back to the O Berry bush, when a tree with something sticking out of it caught my eye. I shook the tree, and the object started to fall out of it. I shook it two more times, and found the pot that had been used for the steering wheel on the sled!

I headed to the stump again, and went to the patch of trees to the left. There, I found one of the sled’s skis in a bush, and it wasn’t broken! I then got an idea…

I tied the string to the ski, and put an O Berry on the other end of the string. I had successfully made a fishing rod! I went back to the stump, and headed to a cave which I had previously seen northwest of the area. Two bushes guarded the cave.

“Perfect,” I said. “This will make great shelter.”

I found a good place for a firepit, and put some rocks around it. I then left the cave, the Puffle still trailing me.

North of the cave, there was a river. I figured that I could get my food and water there.

I found a piece of wood perfect for a fire, and then scooped the pot that I had found into the water. After I was done with that, I got out my fishing rod, reared back, and tossed it into the water!

I had to struggle a bit, but I managed to snag a fish.

After that, I headed back to the cave. I sat down, and put the log in the firepit. I then wondered what I could use for tinder. The Survival Guide popped up in my mind. I sighed.

“It’s for the best,” I said, and ripped the guide apart, putting it onto the log.

I got out my last O Berry, and fed it to the Puffle. Once again, he literally turned into a fiery ball of happiness, and he lit the fire.

I put the water on the fire to boil. When it looked ready, I went ahead and drank it. I still felt hungry, though, and I put the fish on the fire to cook. I went ahead and ate it. I started to feel tired, so I drifted off into sleep…

* * *

I was woken up by the sound of something outside the cave. I saw that my fire had burned out, and that the Puffle was gone. I walked outside.

I saw an agent drift down, having used a jetpack to fly over to where I was.

“I saw the smoke from your fire and came to see who was out here. What happened?” he asked.

“I was testing G’s sled and it broke. I crashed nearby and decided to wait for help.” I replied.

“You definitely did the right thing.” he said. “From the look of it, you did all the necessary tasks for survival. I’m very impressed!” he continued.

“Thank you, sir.”

“I will take you back to G now.” “Okay, thanks!”

“You’re welcome, I’m just glad that you’re safe. Let’s go!” He gave me an extra jetpack, and we flew over to the Sports Shop.

* * *

I walked into the room, and G greeted me with a relieved smile.

“You’re back! I was starting to worry. You were gone much longer than I expected. What happened?”

“The sled fell apart and I crashed. The survival tips helped, but the sled needs work!”

He smiled. “I’m glad you are safe. I’ll keep working on the sled. If you ever want to test another prototype, just come back.”

I nodded. “O.K. Goodbye!”

“Thanks again, Agent. Goodbye.”

The End

9 Comments »

  1. thats like a story lol

    Comment by Benjamin934 — February 1, 2009 @ 1:24 pm

  2. Nice! I already did the mission but that was a great walkthrough

    Comment by 5232jada — February 1, 2009 @ 6:39 pm

  3. Wow. What some would call detailed? And others would call it awesome 😀

    Comment by ℓι gι 99 — February 1, 2009 @ 8:47 pm

  4. am i the only 1 2 comment?

    Comment by Benjamin934 — February 2, 2009 @ 6:54 pm

  5. Well, Sunrise hasn’t moderated all of the comments yet. So, you might not be!

    Comment by flareon17 — February 3, 2009 @ 2:38 am

  6. that was pretty cool should have thought about it myself

    Comment by 100man — February 4, 2009 @ 12:08 am

  7. I thank everyone for commenting! I will keep doing mission help in story format.

    Comment by flareon17 — February 5, 2009 @ 3:24 am

  8. i was first person too comment woohoo

    Comment by Benjamin934 — February 6, 2009 @ 7:33 pm

  9. OMG! I was going crazy looking for a heat sorce on g’s secret mission thanks for the tip!

    Comment by super5 — February 18, 2009 @ 11:54 pm


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