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November 20, 2014

Munzee Player of the Week: Iain Grant (Pilsleyguy)

Although Munzee is still relatively young, we’re always impressed when we see players breaking record after record within the game. The number 1 position on the leaderboard is a coveted battleground that’s ever changing, but to those who fight their way to the top it’s well worth the long days Munzeeing. It certainly doesn’t hurt when that battle also gets you to 3 million points. This week’s Player of the Week did just that and hit a milestone for himself and Munzee in general. Read on to learn more about Iain Grant (Pilsleyguy)!

Iain BerlinWho are you?
Pilsleyguy. My real name is Iain Grant and I’m 43 years old.

Where in the world do you live?
I currently live in the town of Poole, which is situated in the county of Dorset, on the south coast of England.

How long have you played Munzee?
I started playing Munzee in February 2013.

How did you find Munzee?
I first heard about it from a good friend of mine Mark (Jamspongeandouzy), who mentioned it one day in a Social Media post. Later that week I chatted to him about this whilst round at a friends for dinner, I downloaded the app and nipped outside to capture a couple of Munzee’s that were close by. A few days later I capped a few more and slowly got hooked from there. At the time there were not too many Munzee’s in the local area and they were very spread out. Unlike a lot of other Munzee players, I had not played any other similar games beforehand.

Iain munzee 2What do you enjoy most about Munzee?
Lot’s of things. I was firstly drawn by the general gameplay and the amount of statistics that go with the game. I’ve also been a fan of maps and map reading, so really it was only a matter of time before I discovered Munzee. When I first started playing, I tended to go out on my own, but after a couple of weeks I managed to find a few groups on Social Media and realised that there were quite a few people in my local area with the same hobby. I then started to meet other players whilst out Munzeeing and the friendships just grew from there.

Clan wars started in April 2013, soon after I joined Munzee and I was lucky enough to be invited into a local clan (Dorset & Hampshire 1) and managed to get a 1st place in August 2013 and then again in April 2014, which was great. Then in September I joined Foxtrot Oscar and we managed to win that months clan wars too, with the best ever score of 4,687,894 – the month when we all went a little Ice crazy! I’ve been lucky enough to travel abroad a number of times, accompanied by my bodyguard, Michelle (LILYGRIMALDI) at all times and sometimes other friends have joined us too! – I’m very lucky to have so many fantastic places to visit in Europe that are not too far away from the UK. My biggest achievement in Munzee was managing to get to that coveted world no.1 position back in September. I was in Berlin at the time and had a little celebration at the Brandenburg Gate. Then in early November 2014, whilst on another Munzee trip to the Netherlands, I managed to break through the 3 million points barrier, which I’m pretty chuffed about.

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What is on your wish list?

I wish everybody would place all of their virtual Munzee’s in Poole and Bournemouth area so I didn’t have to keep travelling abroad all the time!!! A phone that never needed charging would also be very useful too.

Tiain munzee 5ell us about yourself!
Let me start by explaining where my Munzee name, Pilsleyguy comes from. Pilsley is a very small village in the county of Derbyshire in central England. I lived there between 2007 and 2011 and a few people that I knew at the time called me Pilsleyguy – this sort of stuck with me and when I had to decide for a Munzee name, it was the only thing I could think of at the time, even though I had moved away from the area by then. As I mentioned earlier, I currently live in a town called Poole which sit’s next to the town of Bournemouth, on the UK’s south coast. It’s a lovely part of the UK, which has some fantastic sandy beaches and some stunning local countryside. Being on the south coast means that the weather does tend to be a little nicer and a little warmer than other part of the UK, and this attracts thousands of holiday makers, especially during the summer months.

lego man2Despite the large number of trips abroad I take to Munzee, I do actually have a full time job at a Housing Association – It’s a company that owns houses and apartments in the local area which it then rents out. My work colleagues think I am mad although I do regularly get questions about how high my score is or where my next trip is going to be! Also, if anyone was wondering about the little photo icon I use of a Lego man, it’s actually a picture of my 40th birthday cake that a friend got specially made for me!

Other hobbies include:
I don’t have much time at the moment for other hobbies, although I do like spending the afternoon on my favorite local beach (in the summer) and traveling abroad (which is a good thing really).

Pilseyguy was kind enough to share his social, so cap away!

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If you know a player that should be nominated for Munzee Player of the Week, shoot us a message at iLoveYou@Munzee.com and let us know just why this person is outstanding in the global Munzee community!

-Please note, this is a super active campaign. We may not be able to get back to everyone, but you’re helping to grow the list of amazing people in the Munzee community!

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November 18, 2014

Videocast Episode 3: Gators Grow The Map

Our third videocast has been converted to audio, so click the link and listen on!

http://munzeepush.munzee.netdna-cdn.com/Munzee%20Videocast%203.mp3

You can also re-watch the videocast HERE.

This week we talked about:

  • Clan War and “A Tale of Trails.” Episode 3, just aired and there are only two episodes left. Will CoachV find a way to defeat the evil mustached man? Or will he never be able to deploy a trail again?
  • Thanksgiving is just around the corner for Americans and MHQ’s offices will be closed for some of next week. No worries though, our abroad employees will keep the cogs turning.
  • Rob escaped the Texas cold (what?) this weekend and went to Florida and visited the Space Coast Geocaching store for an event.

Remember to join us Tuesdays at 1 pm (MHQ Time) for the live videocast where you can interact with us, ask questions and see us stumble over our words! To learn more follow us on Google + and if you missed last week’s videocast click HERE.

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November 13, 2014

Munzee Player of the Week: Eszter (TurtleFan)

Munzee urges you to explore the world one cap at a time. The game directs players to new and unique areas and offers a social interactions through those explorations. Whether you cap in your hometown or travel across the world, you never know where you’ll find a munzee. We thank our players for growing the map in such unique ways and continue to support venturing off the beaten path. This week’s Munzee Player of the Week has taken our game to farther reaches than our founders would ever have thought possible and we’re pleased to have Eszter (TurtleFan) as a member of our community. Read on to learn more about Eszter!

TurtleFan-AustraliaWho are you?
Most people know me as Eszter (pronounced “Ester”), which may seem like a weird spelling of how that name is known in most areas of the globe, but it’s just the standard Hungarian version. In GPS game world, people know me as TurtleFan.

Where in the world do you live?   
I am based in the Chicago area, but travel quite a bit all times of the year mainly for work to give talks or to meet with collaborators, but I tend to mix in play. I have lived in four countries and in eight US states so I feel at home in all sorts of locations. I have deployed physical Munzees from Australia to Cuba, from Jordan to Switzerland, from Hungary to various corners of the US.

How long have you played Munzee?  
I signed up for an account in Fall 2011, but didn’t have a Munzee compatible device at the time so couldn’t start playing for a while. I capped my first couple of Munzees on January 2, 2012 in downtown Chicago when a friend and I were out playing another game. There was so little game play in the area at the time that I didn’t cap my next Munzee for another two months while visiting Cambridge, Massachusetts, and then the next ones in Ann Arbor, Michigan followed by a cap in New Jersey.

How did you find Munzee?  
I’m afraid I have no strong memory of this. I probably heard about it from a local player whom I knew through another game. I liked Munzee’s comparative flexibility and the occasional surprises thrown in. I also hugely appreciate that players are rewarded for growing the map. I have since gotten others to sign up, both locally and elsewhere, and am always eager to spread Munzee love.

What do you enjoy most about Munzee?
I enjoy several things about Munzee, from the physical movement and exploration it encourages to the social interactions. My wonderful clan, Munzter Mash, used to have people from three continents in it. Now we’re down to two continents, but still have three countries represented with several US states. Although being so disbursed geographically makes it harder to coordinate strategically at times, it adds an element of fun to learn about other places through my clanmates’ stories and as I explore their local areas in an attempt to deploy virtual Munzees for them. It has been neat to get to know folks with whom I would never have crossed paths otherwise.

TurtleFan-BudapestEventWhile it may not be the case that every Munzee takes us to a special location, groups of Munzees definitely encourage interesting exploration. This past summer I was in Hamburg for a few days and picked a park to visit based on some of the Munzees there. I would never have gone to that park, in fact, the people in my hotel didn’t even understand why I wanted to go there. In the end I was happy I’d gone, because it was a beautiful area of town with some great views that I never would have explored otherwise. Also, I have been a Fitbit user for years and value having it linked up with Munzee. I reached a new daily best in Bremen, Germany when a specials trail pushed me to walk much farther than I would have otherwise.

What is on your wish list?
I would like there to be more opportunities to revisit Munzees we have already found like it is the case with specials. For those of us in areas that don’t have numerous players, we run out of Munzees quickly. In fact, I’ve stopped myself from playing at times, because I know I need to save them up for future clan wars. But I don’t really like stopping myself from game play just for that. I’d rather be out and about capping away when I can without such strategizing getting in the way.

I also hope to see continued support of players in suboptimal climates by adding some flexibility to clan-war requirements (it’s already snowed in both Chicagoland and Calgary this year!). I am not saying that snow makes munzeeing impossible, but it can pose hurdles that may be hard to appreciate in Texas. ;) I’m always eager to see more badges, it’s a fun additional component of the game. I’d be eager to see ones that reward expanded geographical exploration such as physical deploys in multiple countries/states/territories. Or how about a badge for having had X number of other players cap your virtual and/or physical Munzees? That would be a nice measure of reaching big parts of the community and would rely on data the site is already capturing. Oh, and a badge for lengthy capture streaks. I myself am at 160 days at the moment.

Tell us about yourself!
I am on the faculty at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, immediately north of Chicago. I teach both undergraduate and graduate students on topics ranging from research methods to digital media’s social implications. My research concerns how people use the Internet with a special focus on how skilled – or often not skilled – people are with using the Web. One of these days I hope to put together a class on GPS-based games. I think it would allow for the discussion of lots of important topics such as online communities, cooperation, gamification, how platform design influences/limits/encourages various types of behavior, and the link between the physical and the virtual. Munzee is a great example of all of this, of course.

TurtleFan-WisconsinBookwormGardensI love to travel. Some of my favorite destinations include the US Southwest especially the red rocks of Utah and Arizona, various corners of Switzerland, Paris and other parts of France, and the city where I grew up, Budapest. I can’t wait for the opportunity to return to Australia and also explore New Zealand. I very much enjoy meeting other Munzers when I travel and get in touch with locals when I can. I met some members of the Hummel Hummel clan during the summer, they were very friendly. I have also met up with members of various Hungarian clans while in Budapest. In fact, one of the Hungarian players, Sunboy, I have not only met in Budapest, but our first encounter was actually at an event in Sydney, Australia a couple of years ago. If anyone passes through Chicagoland, please get in touch.

Other hobbies include:
Presumably my user name gives away my favorite animal. Although I don’t have any live turtles (I used to as a child, but these days I travel too much for that), both my home and office are filled with all sorts of turtle objects, mainly thanks to gifts from friends. I have gotten back into painting in the past couple of years taking some classes again and even sold a piece recently.  I am a huge photo enthusiast and won a photo contest last year as well as this year, which has been super fun.  I am a big chocolate connoisseur and love to try local specialties whenever I travel.  Walking and exploration is a big hobby, which is why I make Munzee a part of all of my travels as well as my everydays at home.

TurtleFan was kind enough to share her social, so cap away!

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November 12, 2014

Announcing the Munzee Photography Contest

We’re proud to announce a new Munzee Photo Contest for our players! We’re looking for some new promotional images for Munzee and who better than our players to help us with that? We need high-res photographs that embrace the heart of Munzee. Whether it’s wilderness or cityscapes, we want you to show us what you see when you Munzee. Please email all submissions to photocontest@munzee.com. We will take submissions through the end of the month. The photographer that is chosen will win a Munzee prize pack valued at $127.

If your photo is chosen you’ll get:

  • 5 virtuals
  • 5 mystery virtuals
  • 5 rubies
  • 5 diamonds
  • 2 hotels
  • 2 motels
  • 1 social

Although we will only choose one winner, there is a chance that other photos submitted could be used in future Munzee materials, so all submissions become property of Munzee Inc. upon email.

Photo Contest guidelines:

  • Photos should be of scenery and not focus on a single group of people or faces.
  • Should not include any previously trademarked brands or items.
  • All submissions must be owned by the photographer submitting them.
  • Munzee code of conduct still applies and all photos taken on/in private property must have written approval to be in the running.

High quality photos must be a minimum of 
1600 x 700 pixels in size, with a 72 DPI, and can be either .jpg or .png file types.

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November 11, 2014

Videocast Episode 2: Say Cheese!


Our second videocast has now been converted to an audio podcast for your enjoyment!

http://munzeepush.munzee.netdna-cdn.com/Munzee Videocast 2.mp3

You can also re-watch the videocast HERE.

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This week we talked about:

  • Changes in the weather for our area and most of North America.
  • November MunzPak orders are still available through the end of the month.
  • Webisode #1 in A Tale of Trails  — follow us on YouTube — yes it’s supposed to be silly.  We are not trained actors or cinematographers.

On the videocast we also announced a new Munzee Photo Contest for our players!

We’re looking for some new promotional images for Munzee and who better than our players to help us with that? We need high-res photographs that embrace the heart of Munzee. Whether it’s wilderness of cityscapes, we want you to show us what you see when you Munzee. Please email all submissions to photocontest@munzee.com. We will take submissions through the end of the month. The photographer that is chosen will win a Munzee prize pack valued at $127.

If your photo is chosen you’ll get:

  • 5 virtuals
  • 5 mystery virtuals
  • 5 rubies
  • 5 diamonds
  • 2 hotels
  • 2 motels
  • 1 social

Although we will only choose one winner, there is a chance that other photos submitted could be used in future Munzee materials, so all submissions become property of Munzee Inc. upon email.

Photo Contest guidelines:

  • Photos should be of scenery and not focus on a single group of people or faces.
  • Should not include any previously trademarked brands or items.
  • All submissions must be owned by the photographer submitting them.
  • Munzee code of conduct still applies and all photos taken on/in private property must have written approval to be in the running.

High quality photos must be a minimum of 
1600 x 700 pixels in size, with a 72 DPI, and can be either .jpg or .png file types.

Remember to join us Tuesdays at 1 pm (MHQ Time) for the live videocast where you can interact with us, ask questions and see us stumble over our words! To learn more follow us on Google + and if you missed last week’s videocast click HERE.

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November 6, 2014

Munzee Player of the Week: Kevin Holmes (Computerwiz41)

Munzee is about overcoming odds, pushing yourself further and refusing to quit, all in the name of the game. Avid munzeer Kevin Holmes (Computerwiz41) was involved in a bad motorcycle accident in the middle of September. The middle of Clan Wars. Although he was stuck in bed for a week, he did not give up on his clan. Even with offers to make it easier for him to make the requirements, he refused to give up, he refused to do any less than anyone else on the clan. Despite extreme pain, Kevin made all the required caps, deploys and points for his clan, and even traveled to MHQ Bash in McKinney during a busy Oktoberfest weekend. He never let on that he was in pain the whole time. He enjoyed the activities along with everyone else. This is the dedication that makes Munzee and its players so special and we’re proud to call Kevin our Player of the Week.

KevKat1(fb)Who are you?
It just depends on which one of my personalities you are speaking to, in Munzee they call me Computerwiz41, at home they call me Kevin Holmes; and other places they have names for me that of which I will not repeat.

Where in the world do you live?  
I live in Noble, (No-where’s-ville) Oklahoma.

How long have you played Munzee? 
Each day? Each hour? I don’t understand the question?!?!?!? But I started playing in November 2013

How did you find Munzee? 
My father, Rosemark, got me started on it. After about a week, I was hooked and have played it ever since. Mostly I play it with him and Tupperose, but I do go out on my own often. The biggest thing that got me hooked was just how easy it was to log and place the munzee.  Unlike that “other Geo location” app this one is a lot more instantaneous and fun!

What do you enjoy most about Munzee?
I love the fact that there is very little maintenance. I can place a munzee almost anywhere in the world and for the most part not have to worry about it getting “muggled” (can I use that word in munzee?). I also enjoy the ever changing constant upgrades that Team Munzee brings to this fun and yet competitive game.

What is on your wish list?
I would like to see separate proximity rules for virtuals and separate proximity rules for physicals.  basically so that physicals are not blocked by a virtual and vice versa.  A badge for the top point earner of each level out of all of the clans combined in the clan wars. and lastly that all physicals having the ability to be captured again after a year time period. this would help those who are in areas with few munzees.

kevkat9Tell us about yourself!
I am 26 and a General Manager at Little Caesars.  I am married to the most wonderful girl in the world, Katlynn Holmes. She is expecting our first little “wallet thinner” in the month of May.  I am currently attending Brigham Young University – Idaho online for my per-requisites to become an Optometrist (Eye Doctor).   Katlynn is an accountant for Oklahoma University (Boomer Sooner!!!!!), and I keep telling her she should apply for Munzee as an accountant…  I am still working on that.

Other hobbies include:
My other hobbies include gaming, music, collecting, and computers, I am a big gamer.  Some of the games that I play are Skyrim, Diablo, Starcraft, and Warcraft.  I also love physical games such as Monopoly and Dominion.  I also really love playing music.  I love my Soprano Sax as well as the Piano.  I have several things I collect, such as coins, trading card games, and key chains of places I’ve been (for my wife) just to name a few.  Lastly I love computers.  I love making them network, I love building them and even using different kinds of software such as Excel, etc.  Unfortunately I do not have the money to pursue this profession Sad smile but life goes on.

Computerwiz41 was kind enough to share his social, so cap away!

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November 4, 2014

Team Munzee Tuezday: Cody A. Robertson

Here at Munzee we’re constantly encouraging our players to meet and greet and build the personal relationships that make this game so great. Our team continues to grow and we’re excited with the addition of our new Director of Business Development, Cody Robertson. We hope to work with Cody to further expand our business and in turn our game. So read on about Cody!

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Cody A. Robertson – Director of Business Development

Where are you from?

I was born in Plano, Texas and grew up in Allen, Texas. After my time at the University of North Texas was over, I moved to Laguna Beach, California for a little over a year. Although I really enjoyed the beach, the great Southern California weather, and numerous attempts at trying to learn how to surf, I missed Texas and my family so I moved back and lived in Dallas and Plano for a number of years before building a house almost three years ago in my hometown of Allen so I could be closer to my Mom and little Sister.

Tell us about yourself:
I turn 31 in December and it is very true what they say, once you hit 30, everything starts hurting for no reason. It’s probably not for no reason though, I played numerous sports growing up and sustained a laundry list of injuries and I am definitely paying for them now. I am a huge sports fan and my favorite team is the Texas Longhorns. I have been a fan of them since I can remember and I bleed Burnt Orange. That’s me below on my 8th birthday, decked out from head to toe in Texas Longhorns gear.

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I love English Bulldogs and plan on getting another one very soon. Mine passed away last year. His name was Goose (as in Grey Goose Vodka (My favorite spirit), not from the movie Top Gun) and he was an awesome dog and I was lucky to have him in my life. I have an incredible girlfriend named Shauna and I can’t imagine my life without her. We are planning to get married sometime next year and from there, starting a family. I have three amazing little sisters, Lauren who is 20 years old and is a Junior at Tarleton State University, Katelyn who is 18 years old and is a Senior at Allen High School, and Brooke who is 17 years old and is a Senior at Van Alstyne High School. All in all, I have a pretty amazing family, a great woman by my side, and some really good people I get to call my friends. Life doesn’t get much better than that.

How long have you worked for Munzee?
I officially start working for Munzee on Monday, November 10th.

What do you enjoy most about Munzee?
So far, I have really enjoyed meeting everyone at Munzee and slowly getting to know them. The culture at Munzee is incredible and I am really looking forward to working with everyone and helping to grow the business.

What are some of your other hobbies?
Other than spending time with my girlfriend, friends, and family, I am a huge BBQ nut and love to try out new spots as they open and regularly visit the ones that are good. In addition, I love, love, love cars of all shapes and sizes, but at heart, I am a Ford Mustang kind of guy. My goal is to have a shop behind my house some day that can house at least 50 cars, maybe more. I’m a bit OCD (people that know me well would say I am really OCD) so I would also have to list keeping things clean and organized as a hobby of mine. In addition to everything listed above, I am a huge music fan and listen to just about anything that has a good beat and sounds good. In the last 3 months, I have seen Wade Bowen, Randy Rogers, Lil Wayne, Drake, and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers in concert.

Famous last words?
“I hope there’s a snow cone stand, wherever I’m going.”

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November 3, 2014

Guy Fawkes Day Special Icons

Dynomite(1)GuyFawkes_720px(1)Munzee will have special icons on the map in remembrance of the events of November 5, 1605, when Guy Fawkes, a member of the Gunpowder Plot, was arrested while guarding explosives placed beneath the House of Lords.

From November 4th until November 7th 1,605 dynamite icons will bounce around the world and it’s up to our players to find them. The icons and special map will go live tomorrow morning at 10 AM MHQ time and will disappear at 10 AM on the 7th. Much like authorities had to find the explosives Fawkes had hidden, Munzee players will be tasked with finding the dynamite icons placed throughout the map before it’s too late! Dynamite icons will bounce every 6 hours unless captured before then. By finding at least one dynamite special you’ll also capture Fawkes and be rewarded with a special Guy Fawkes badge. You’ll receive 16 points for capturing a dynamite icon and standard cap on points are in effect. You may not capture your own munzee.

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November 3, 2014

MunzPak Monthly Subscription service AVAILABLE NOW

munzpaksocial-1Munzee is proud to announce the MunzPak monthly subscription service. For just $15 USD a month you get approximately $25 USD worth of Munzee physical prod


ucts delivered straight to your door. This hassle-free subscription only needs to be filled out once and then each month you’ll get the latest and greatest munzees.  You can sign up now at www.munzee.com/munzpak and your first MunzPak will ship within 48 business hours. Each MunzPak will include a variety of munzees from generics with unique skins to some new things you won’t be able to get anywhere else!

For the first MunzPak run you get:

  • Motel sticker
  • Haunted Hotel sticker
  • Diamond sticker
  • Ruby sticker
  • 20 generic stickers
  • A coupon for 10% off an online store purchase.

These physical stickers are already pre-coded as the respective munzee type so instead of converting physicals you just have to stick these and go. Each sticker is also generic in case you feel like being nice and sharing with a friend.  Don’t expect to get a breakdown each month before we release them though, because we want everyone to be surprised!MunzPak

MunzPak subscriptions are on sale NOW. There is no limit on these so no need to wait for opening hours to sign up. Once you visit the site you will hit the subscribe button and enroll your credit card information in our easy to use, secure, recurring payment system. Then just sit back, relax, and enjoy receiving your MunzPak each month. One month from your start date you’ll be charged for your second MunzPak, which will ship within 48 hours. Please keep in mind that standard shipping times will vary based upon where we’re sending it. Domestic orders should arrive within 3-5 days, while international orders will take 5+ days.

We appreciate your loyalty to Munzee and we promise to cram as much value into each Pak as possible. If you have any questions or problems with your subscription please email orders@munzee.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

FAQ:

Will shipping be included in the $15 USD? Yes

Am I able to cancel at anytime? Yes. If you cancel before your renewal date, it will end before the next shipment is sent.

Am I able to receive multiple subscriptions? One per username.

Is this available to all players regardless of premium or non-premium? Yes

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October 28, 2014

UPDATED: November Clan War Requirements

For the first time in clan war history, clan winners will be determined by reaching each level of the competition and then the overall number of points the clan has earned.  For example: Clan MHQ may have 1 million points but they have only achieved level 1.  They would be ranked behind all clans achieving levels 2-5 even if the clans had less overall points.  Each level has a required number of captures, deploys, and minimum number of overall points in order to receive the reward.

Another new addition to this month’s clan war is a special webisode with each earned level to lead you through a month long Munzee mini-series.  In order to help you understand more about this mini-series we’ve created this trailer. Enjoy!

Please see the updated FAQ at the bottom of this blog post!

Webisode 1:  Earn by November 7th in order to be the first to receive the first webisode in the Tale of Trails mini-series.  Special code will be emailed to those who achieve this level no sooner than November 7th.  Ex: Code will not be emailed before Nov 7th.  Requirements: Capture 10 greenies, Deploy 10 munzees of any type. All 10 clan members must have a minimum of 300 points   Rewards: special code to capture, 1 virtual

Webisode 2: Earn by November 12th in order to be the first to receive the second webisode in the Tale of Trails mini-series.  Special code will be emailed to those who achieve this level no sooner than November 12th.  Requirements: Capture 20 greenies + 10 any type (total 30 for month), Deploy 20 munzees of any type (total for month).  All 10 clan members must have a minimum of 750 points (total for month) —  Rewards: special code to capture, 1 mace, 1 virtual

Webisode 3: Earn by November 17th in order to be the first to receive the third webisode in the Tale of Trails mini-series.  Special code will be emailed to those who achieve this level no sooner than November 17th.   Requirements: Capture 30 greenies + 45 any type (total 75 for month), Deploy 50 munzees of any type (total for month).  All 10 clan members must have a minimum of 1250 points (total for month).—  Rewards: special code to capture, 1 longsword, 1 mystery virtual, 1 diamond

Webisode 4: Earn by November 22nd in order to be the first to receive the fourth webisode in the Tale of Trails mini-series.  Special code will be emailed to those who achieve this level no sooner than November 22nd.  Requirements: Capture 50 greenies + 100 any type (150 total for month), Deploy 100 munzees of any type (total for month).  All 10 clan members must have a minimum of 2000 points (total for month) — Rewards: special code to capture, 1 battle axe, 1 diamond, 1 ruby, 1 motel

Webisode 5: Earn by November 27th in order to be the first to receive the fifth webisode in the Tale of Trails mini-series.  Special code will be emailed to those who achieve this level no sooner than November 27th.  Requirements: Capture 100 greenies + 250 any type (350 total for month), Deploy 200 munzees of any type (total for month).  All 10 clan members must have a minimum of 6000 points (total for month).  — Rewards: special code to capture, 1 virtual, 1 mace, 1 longsword, 1 battle axe, 1 hotel, 1 mystery virtual

FAQ:

Does the entire clan have to earn the reward by the posted date to earn the rewards?  No. The clan must earn by the date “in order to be first to receive the x webisode”. The rewards may be earned at any time throughout the month, in order.

Will rewards be given out per level before the 7th, 12th, 17th, 22nd, or 27th?  No. These dates are the earliest each level will be rewarded though players can accumulate and surpass the requirements on Day one if able.

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