In the hectic run up to Christmas and the unexpected voyage of two infamous Clint City members, Copper has had his work cut out for him, down at the Clint City Police Department.
In his haste to be as proactive as possible through this busy season, Dayton has accidentally shred a very important document. This document is an Ancient Crime Statement, describing in detail, one of Clint City's first and most horrific murders. Copper, furious, throws Dayton out of his office and tells him to "Go bust a Montana or something'. For should this document not be remade, or redrawn, the Killer will be released of all charges against them. "And they were guilty as sin." Copper mused.
Horrified, he retrieves the poor strips of ancient parchment from the waste paper basket and glues them back together as best he can. But alas, its no good, the document is far from complete, whole words are either
illegible or entirely missing.
Copper, who was the officer who handled the report at the time, thought back to the interrogation he'd had with the Killer, how the killer had confessed to everything. He believed, even though it was a long long time ago, that he'd be able to fill in the blanks from his memory and remake this very important crime report. He stared at the few salvaged words:
Judging by the PMs I've already got, I can already tell that there will be a strong competition here. In this case, I happily offer my two Chiara Crs (once she actually does become Cr) to the runners up. Or if you're working in a guild or in a group of friends, as some seem to be, I happily give the whole lot (A Award Cr + the 2 Chiara Crs) to the winning guild or group of friends.
A question was raised as to whether I actually have said cards, and while a little harsh, its fair enough, based on my level and rank. Should any further worries occur, I will happily leave all Crs with a Moderator.
Find the All Star by walking UP the stairs and following the Leader's example and going backwards. There are
no anagrams, only left to right, right to left, forwards, backwards, up and down, whether by escalator or taking stairs.