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Offline Hysha

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With a big budget: xD

Leg 1: Seattle, USA -> Acapulco de Juárez, México
Leg 2: México -> Ushuaia, Argentina
Leg 3: Argentina -> Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 4: Kimberley, South Africa
Leg 5: South Africa -> Tasmania, Australia
Leg 6: Australia -> Solomon Islands
Leg 7: Solomon Islands -> Jerusalem, Israel
Leg 8: Israel -> Dubrovnik, Croatia
Leg 9: Zagreb, Croatia (Night Leg)
Leg 10: Croatia -> Luxembourg, Luxembourg city
Leg 11: Luxembourg -> Tóshavn, Feroe Islands (Kingdrom of Denmark)
Leg 12: Feroe Islands -> San Francisco, USA

5 Continents, 10 Countries.
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It would be more feasible if the they went eastward or westward rather than making a giant circle. ;)


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It would be more feasible if the they went eastward or westward rather than making a giant circle. ;)

Yes. xD Well, on TAR 7 they made the giant circle. xD

So... the route will be:

Leg 1: Seattle, USA -> Acapulco de Juárez, México
Leg 2: México -> Ushuaia, Argentina
Leg 3: Argentina -> Tóshavn, Feroe Islands (Kingdrom of Denmark)
Leg 4: Feroe Islands -> Luxembourg city, Luxembourg
Leg 5: Luxembourg -> Zagreb, Croatia (Night leg)
Leg 6: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Leg 7: Croatia -> Jerusalem, Israel
Leg 8: Israel -> Kimberley, South Africa
Leg 9: Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 10: South Africa -> Tasmania, Australia
Leg 11: Australia -> Solomon Islands
Leg 12: Solomon Islands -> San Francisco, USA

Maybe it's better, yeah. xD

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Yeah I like it better! :)

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It would be more feasible if the they went eastward or westward rather than making a giant circle. ;)

Yes. xD Well, on TAR 7 they made the giant circle. xD

So... the route will be:

Leg 1: Seattle, USA -> Acapulco de Juárez, México
Leg 2: México -> Ushuaia, Argentina
Leg 3: Argentina -> Tóshavn, Feroe Islands (Kingdrom of Denmark)
Leg 4: Feroe Islands -> Luxembourg city, Luxembourg
Leg 5: Luxembourg -> Zagreb, Croatia (Night leg)
Leg 6: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Leg 7: Croatia -> Jerusalem, Israel
Leg 8: Israel -> Kimberley, South Africa
Leg 9: Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 10: South Africa -> Tasmania, Australia
Leg 11: Australia -> Solomon Islands
Leg 12: Solomon Islands -> San Francisco, USA

Maybe it's better, yeah. xD

it one promblem with that palestine


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It would be more feasible if the they went eastward or westward rather than making a giant circle. ;)

Yes. xD Well, on TAR 7 they made the giant circle. xD

So... the route will be:

Leg 1: Seattle, USA -> Acapulco de Juárez, México
Leg 2: México -> Ushuaia, Argentina
Leg 3: Argentina -> Tóshavn, Feroe Islands (Kingdrom of Denmark)
Leg 4: Feroe Islands -> Luxembourg city, Luxembourg
Leg 5: Luxembourg -> Zagreb, Croatia (Night leg)
Leg 6: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Leg 7: Croatia -> Jerusalem, Israel
Leg 8: Israel -> Kimberley, South Africa
Leg 9: Cape Town, South Africa
Leg 10: South Africa -> Tasmania, Australia
Leg 11: Australia -> Solomon Islands
Leg 12: Solomon Islands -> San Francisco, USA

Maybe it's better, yeah. xD

it one promblem with that palestine is dangrous

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I really loved the TARAu Israel legs.  It would be amazing if TARUS will ever be able to go.

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Here's my first proposed route. Feel free to critique!

  • USA --> Spain (Allentown, PA --> Lugo, Spain) 11 --> 10 (Double Roadblock Leg)
  • Spain (Lugo, Spain --> Salamanca, Spain) 10 --> 9
  • Spain --> Poland (Salamanca, Spain --> Elblag. Poland) 9 --> 8
  • Poland --> Austria (Elblag, Poland --> Bregenz, Austria) 8 --> 8 (KOR)
  • Austria (Bregenz, Austria) 8 --> 7 (U-Turn x2)
  • Austria --> Slovenia (Bregenz, Austria --> Kranj, Slovenia) 7 --> 6
  • Slovenia --> Seychelles (Kranj, Slovenia --> Beau Vallon, Seychelles) 6--> 6 (NEL)
  • Seychelles --> Madagascar (Beau Vallon, Seychelles --> Toliara, Madagascar) 6 --> 5
  • Madagascar --> Thailand (Toliara, Madagascar --> Chiang Rai, Thailand) 5 --> 5 (NEL)
  • Thailand --> Nepal (Chiang Rai, Thailand --> Katmandu, Nepal) 5 --> 4 (U-Turn x2)
  • Nepal --> New Zealand (Katmandu, Nepal --> Paihia, New Zealand) 4 --> 3
  • New Zealand --> USA (Paihia, New Zealand --> Tahoma, Washington) (Double Roadblock Leg)

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Here's my first proposed route. Feel free to critique!

  • USA --> Spain (Allentown, PA --> Lugo, Spain) 11 --> 10 (Double Roadblock Leg)
  • Spain (Lugo, Spain --> Salamanca, Spain) 10 --> 9
  • Spain --> Poland (Salamanca, Spain --> Elblag. Poland) 9 --> 8
  • Poland --> Austria (Elblag, Poland --> Bregenz, Austria) 8 --> 8 (KOR)
  • Austria (Bregenz, Austria) 8 --> 7 (U-Turn x2)
  • Austria --> Slovenia (Bregenz, Austria --> Kranj, Slovenia) 7 --> 6
  • Slovenia --> Seychelles (Kranj, Slovenia --> Beau Vallon, Seychelles) 6--> 6 (NEL)
  • Seychelles --> Madagascar (Beau Vallon, Seychelles --> Toliara, Madagascar) 6 --> 5
  • Madagascar --> Thailand (Toliara, Madagascar --> Chiang Rai, Thailand) 5 --> 5 (NEL)
  • Thailand --> Nepal (Chiang Rai, Thailand --> Katmandu, Nepal) 5 --> 4 (U-Turn x2)
  • Nepal --> New Zealand (Katmandu, Nepal --> Paihia, New Zealand) 4 --> 3
  • New Zealand --> USA (Paihia, New Zealand --> Tahoma, Washington) (Double Roadblock Leg)
I like it a lot! It's a 5-continent race, which is a lot better than 3 CONTINENTS (cough cough TAR24 cough) but I think that 6 Europe Legs may be a bit much. They're still very interesting locations I'd like to see, though. And Nepal makes any route great.
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Here's my first proposed route. Feel free to critique!

  • USA --> Spain (Allentown, PA --> Lugo, Spain) 11 --> 10 (Double Roadblock Leg)
  • Spain (Lugo, Spain --> Salamanca, Spain) 10 --> 9
  • Spain --> Poland (Salamanca, Spain --> Elblag. Poland) 9 --> 8
  • Poland --> Austria (Elblag, Poland --> Bregenz, Austria) 8 --> 8 (KOR)
  • Austria (Bregenz, Austria) 8 --> 7 (U-Turn x2)
  • Austria --> Slovenia (Bregenz, Austria --> Kranj, Slovenia) 7 --> 6
  • Slovenia --> Seychelles (Kranj, Slovenia --> Beau Vallon, Seychelles) 6--> 6 (NEL)
  • Seychelles --> Madagascar (Beau Vallon, Seychelles --> Toliara, Madagascar) 6 --> 5
  • Madagascar --> Thailand (Toliara, Madagascar --> Chiang Rai, Thailand) 5 --> 5 (NEL)
  • Thailand --> Nepal (Chiang Rai, Thailand --> Katmandu, Nepal) 5 --> 4 (U-Turn x2)
  • Nepal --> New Zealand (Katmandu, Nepal --> Paihia, New Zealand) 4 --> 3
  • New Zealand --> USA (Paihia, New Zealand --> Tahoma, Washington) (Double Roadblock Leg)
I like it a lot! It's a 5-continent race, which is a lot better than 3 CONTINENTS (cough cough TAR24 cough) but I think that 6 Europe Legs may be a bit much. They're still very interesting locations I'd like to see, though. And Nepal makes any route great.

Thanks! I thought it was a bit Euro-centric as well, and I was trying to think of some places in Africa that I haven't used before (There are some places that I would absolutely love to use, but can't because of safety concerns...like another Tunisia visit or somewhere in West Africa). I have some other routes sketched out as well, and I'll put those up when I find them. Maybe replacing the sixth Europe leg with a third Africa leg would also work?

I had another route proposed, but it has to change big time, as the first three legs are set in Russia and Ukraine when I wrote them up a few months ago (harsher in hindsight, huh?), which also stinks because I do think a Sochi leg would be interesting.


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Here's my first proposed route. Feel free to critique!

  • USA --> Spain (Allentown, PA --> Lugo, Spain) 11 --> 10 (Double Roadblock Leg)
  • Spain (Lugo, Spain --> Salamanca, Spain) 10 --> 9
  • Spain --> Poland (Salamanca, Spain --> Elblag. Poland) 9 --> 8
  • Poland --> Austria (Elblag, Poland --> Bregenz, Austria) 8 --> 8 (KOR)
  • Austria (Bregenz, Austria) 8 --> 7 (U-Turn x2)
  • Austria --> Slovenia (Bregenz, Austria --> Kranj, Slovenia) 7 --> 6
  • Slovenia --> Seychelles (Kranj, Slovenia --> Beau Vallon, Seychelles) 6--> 6 (NEL)
  • Seychelles --> Madagascar (Beau Vallon, Seychelles --> Toliara, Madagascar) 6 --> 5
  • Madagascar --> Thailand (Toliara, Madagascar --> Chiang Rai, Thailand) 5 --> 5 (NEL)
  • Thailand --> Nepal (Chiang Rai, Thailand --> Katmandu, Nepal) 5 --> 4 (U-Turn x2)
  • Nepal --> New Zealand (Katmandu, Nepal --> Paihia, New Zealand) 4 --> 3
  • New Zealand --> USA (Paihia, New Zealand --> Tahoma, Washington) (Double Roadblock Leg)
I like it a lot! It's a 5-continent race, which is a lot better than 3 CONTINENTS (cough cough TAR24 cough) but I think that 6 Europe Legs may be a bit much. They're still very interesting locations I'd like to see, though. And Nepal makes any route great.

Thanks! I thought it was a bit Euro-centric as well, and I was trying to think of some places in Africa that I haven't used before (There are some places that I would absolutely love to use, but can't because of safety concerns...like another Tunisia visit or somewhere in West Africa). I have some other routes sketched out as well, and I'll put those up when I find them. Maybe replacing the sixth Europe leg with a third Africa leg would also work?

I had another route proposed, but it has to change big time, as the first three legs are set in Russia and Ukraine when I wrote them up a few months ago (harsher in hindsight, huh?), which also stinks because I do think a Sochi leg would be interesting.
I would also like to see Tunisia, but with the Arab Spring I doubt we'll see it any time soon. Same with Russia/Ukraine, although somehow TARAUS managed to go to St. Petersburg. A Sochi leg will indeed be interesting, but we'll have to wait maybe a few years for that. I'd like to see some of the other routes you've mentioned.
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1. Anchorage, Alaska ( Starting Line : In a large cottage garden ) > Amman, Jordan
2. Amman, Jordan > Dead Sea area, Jordan
3. Dead Sea area, Jordan > Oslo, Norway
4. Oslo, Norway > Askim, Norway
5. Askim, Norway > Skagen, Denmark
6. Skagen, Denamrk > Cannes, France
7. Cannes, France > Casablanca, Morocco
8. Casablanca, Morocco > Settat, Morocco
9. Settat, Morocco > Montevideo, Uruguay
10. Montevideo, Uruguay > Santo Domingo, Dominica Republic
11. SD, DR > Keflavik, Iceland
12. Keflavik, Iceland > Cheyenne, Wyoming ( Finish Line : In a large hilly park in a faraway area from city )
Whatever.

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is us to jordan even possible in one trip.. .
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It's been awhile since I posted my wishlist route.

Leg 1 (New York City, United States > Munich, Germany)
Leg 2 (Munich, Germany > Augsburg, Germany)
Leg 3 (Augsburg, Germany > Prague, Czech Republic)
Leg 4 (Prague, Czech Republic > Mombasa, Kenya) *Non-Elimination
Leg 5 (Mombasa, Kenya > Maasai Mara, Kenya) *Speed Bump
Leg 6 (Maasai Mara, Kenya > New Delhi, India) *Double U-Turn
Leg 7 (New Delhi, India > Srinagar, India) *Fast Forward
Leg 8 (Srinagar, India > Hong Kong, China) *Non-Elimination
Leg 9 (Hong Kong, China > Sapporo, Japan) *Speed Bump *Double U-Turn
Leg 10 (Sapporo, Japan > Vancouver, Canada) *Non-Elimination
Leg 11 (Vancouver, Canada > Quebec City, Canada) *Speed Bump
Leg 12 (Quebec City, Canada > Boston, United States)

Feel free to comment! :)

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Leg 1: USA > Hong Kong
Leg 2: Hong Kong > Macau
Leg 3: Macau > Hong Kong > Kathmandu, Nepal
Leg 4: Nepal (Pokhara)
Leg 5: Nepal > Johannesburg, South Africa > Mbabane, Swaziland
Leg 6: Swaziland > Maputo, Mozambique
Leg 7: Mozambique > Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Leg 8: Bosnia & Herzegovina (Visegrad)
Leg 9: Bosnia & Herzegovina > Szegad, Hungary
Lg 10: Hungary > Caracas, Venezuela
Lg 11: Venezuela (Valencia)
Lg 12: Venezuela > Miami, USA

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Two New Routes.

The very epic route:

1: San Francisco, USA -> Mexico City, Mexico
  -(Start Line in the middle of San Francisco Bay, jet ski to Golden Gate Bridge, rappel up, bike through downtown, drive to airport)(night leg in Mexico City)(11th place elimination)
2: Mexico City, Mexico -> Cancun, Mexico
  -(Lots of beach/water tasks)(10th place elimination)
3: Cancun, Mexico -> Montreal, Canada
  -(French influence and maple syrup, eh?)(Fast forward #1)(9th place NEL)
4: Montreal, Canada -> Nuuk, Greenland (Denmark)
  -(Remote location)(Snow/ice)(9th place elimination)
5: Nuuk, Greenland (Denmark) -> Dublin, Ireland
  -(Classic Irish Stuff)(Fast forward #2)(8th place NEL)
6: Dublin, Ireland -> Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  -(We haven't had very many eastern european legs recently)(W-turn #1)(8th place elimination)
7: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina -> rural Angola
  -(Rural African Leg)(7th place NEL)
8: rural Angola -> Luanda, Angola
  -(More Africa)(Fast forward #3)(7th place elimination)
9: Luadna, Angola -> Kathmandu, Nepal
  -(Epic high altitude city)(W-turn #2)(6th place elimination)
10: Kathmandu, Nepal -> rural Nepal
  -(The Himalayas)(Skydiving in mountains)(5th place TBC)
11: rural Nepal -> Manila, Philippines
  -(self-navigate back to Kathmandu for flight)(crowded southeast Asia leg)(4th AND 5th place DOUBLE elimination)
12: Manila, Philippines -> Seattle, USA
  -(Space Needle)(Finish line in Olympia National Park)

Route without Asia or Continental USA (no notes because it takes a long time):

1: Honolulu, USA -> Suva, Fiji
2: Suva, Fiji -> Hobart, Australia
3: Hobart, Australia -> Johannesburg, South Africa
4: Johannesburg, South Africa -> rural South Africa
5: rural South Africa -> Heraklion, Greece
6: Heraklion, Greece -> Athens, Greece
7: Athens, Greece -> Bratislava, Slovakia
8: Bratislava, Slovakia -> Copenhagen, Denmark
9: Copenhagen, Denmark, -> Santa Cruz, Bolivia
10: Santa Cruz, Bolivia -> La Paz, Bolivia
11: La Paz, Bolivia -> San Jose, Costa Rica
12: San Jose, Costa Rica -> Anchorage, USA

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Mexico may be impossiblee.
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 :gaah: :gaah: addictting

Leg 1: LA, USA > Cairns, Australia
(Great Barrier Reef)
Leg 2: Australia > Cebu, Philippines
(Cuz phillippines)
Leg 3: Philippines > Yangon, Myanmar
(exotic)
Leg 4: Myanmar > Karagandy, Kazakhstan
(visit this place!!)
Leg 5: Kazakhstan > Novosibirsk, Russia
(siberia russia :)
Leg 6: Russia (Volgograd)
(TRAIN)
Leg 7: Russia > Riga, Latvia
(Europe)
Leg 8: Latvia (Jelgava)
Leg 9: Latvia > Lome, Togo
Lg 10: Togo > Accra, Ghana
(africa...)
Lg 11: Ghana > Caracas, Venezuela
Lg 12: Venezuela > Curacao > Miami, USA
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El Salvador and Guatemala are LONG overdue.
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"I said to myself just don't look, just don't look. And I open my eyes and the canyon was right in front of me." ~Claire (from Brook & Claire; season 17, leg 8)

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El Salvador and Guatemala are LONG overdue.
And Belize!

TAR really needs to visit Central America more. Mexico and Costa Rica have only been visited twice, and Panama has been visited once! Even Honduras and Nicaragua (doubtful) would be nice!
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El Salvador and Guatemala are LONG overdue.
And Belize!

TAR really needs to visit Central America more. Mexico and Costa Rica have only been visited twice, and Panama has been visited once! Even Honduras and Nicaragua (doubtful) would be nice!

You flip flopped Costa Rica and Panama, with Panama being visited twice and Costa Rica once.

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El Salvador and Guatemala are LONG overdue.
And Belize!

TAR really needs to visit Central America more. Mexico and Costa Rica have only been visited twice, and Panama has been visited once! Even Honduras and Nicaragua (doubtful) would be nice!

You flip flopped Costa Rica and Panama, with Panama being visited twice and Costa Rica once.
Oh wow thanks! I failed completely. I guess this is what happens when you try to do many things at once....
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El Salvador and Guatemala are LONG overdue.
And Belize!

TAR really needs to visit Central America more. Mexico and Costa Rica have only been visited twice, and Panama has been visited once! Even Honduras and Nicaragua (doubtful) would be nice!

You flip flopped Costa Rica and Panama, with Panama being visited twice and Costa Rica once.
Oh wow thanks! I failed completely. I guess this is what happens when you try to do many things at once....
As much as I would like Belize to be visited, there's not much history or cultural ideology to integrate within that country. I know El Salvador is known for Chaparrastique and its ecotourism and Guatemala holds the sacred Tikal Ruins, just not sure what Belize has to offer.
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"I said to myself just don't look, just don't look. And I open my eyes and the canyon was right in front of me." ~Claire (from Brook & Claire; season 17, leg 8)

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Belize isn't going to be visited because gays aren't allowed into the country.

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YAY I CAN'T SLEEP HERE'S A ROUTE WITH OVERUSED COUNTRIES
(there's a theme here though  :-[)

START: Brooklyn, NY (Start Line: Prospect Park)
(home of one Steve Rogers :O)

LEG 1: to Queenstown, New Zealand to Milford Sound, New Zealand (Pit Stop at Milford Sound somewhere)
(okay so these races of mine historically have intro legs at or around mountains so HIII Mitre Peak <3
give these people a car and let them have at it with the adventure sports)


LEG 2: to Auckland, New Zealand (Pit Stop: Mt. Eden)
(I don't know if it's me but it seems like legs in the North Island are either bad or quickly turn into rural legs. I think a leg within Auckland city limits could be fun <3)

LEG 3: to Hong Kong, SAR, China (Pit Stop: The Peak Terrace)
(that awkward moment when the best Hong Kong leg of ANY series is the one with exactly 0 physical OR mental tasks)

LEG 4: to Mumbai, India to Aurangabad, India (Pit Stop: Bibi Ka Maqbara)
(we haven't really had a "rural" Indian leg since the sexist one in Alleppy no?)

LEG 5: to Harare, Zimbabwe (Pit Stop: African Unity Fountain)
(a leg based on activism and public service would be a creative way to have the annual 'omg there are poor people in Africa' leg)

LEG 6: to Kruger National Park, South Africa (Pit Stop: within the park itself)
(if we're going to have an annual safari leg, can we have it a) be within a giant park with good infrastructure that can allow for difficult tasks and navigation and b) be a nonelimination leg?)

LEG 7: to Sossusvlei, Namibia (Pit Stop: pick anywhere lol)
(things I have a thing for: mountains in leg 1, desert-based legs)

LEG 8: to Petra, Jordan (Pit Stop: High Place of Sacrifice)
(so this is the reverse of TAR5, what with the generic desert leg first and the iconic monument in a desert second, yes? camels mandatory)

LEG 9: to Valletta, Malta (Pit Stop: Auberge de Castille)
(things I have a thing for: mountains in leg 1, desert-based legs, legs in or around the Mediterranean)

LEG 10: to Dwerja, Malta (Pit Stop: Azure Window)
(in this race you EARN your swimsuit leg)

LEG 11: to Manchester, England (Pit Stop: Exchange Square)
(there was initially two legs in the UK to finish this race around the British Empire but then I was like...MALTA so ya, basic city leg in Europe, lots of driving, maybe a gnome idk)

LEG 12: to Boston, MA Philadelphia, PA (Pit Stop: aboard the USS Constitution Belmont Mansion)
(there's quite possibly no better way to end a race like this then at the city famous for trolling the British <3 there MUST be tasks involving the Freedom Trail, learning, and a Detour between Tea and Beer <3) (so it turns out that Boston works for another race for...reasons, so Philly it is! Equally American in nature, with tasks such as a Detour between reproducing the Constitution in text or getting people to correctly state part of the Declaration of Independence, a task of or having to do with making an American flag, and presumably a cheesesteak-eating contest of some sort. Maybe a run up the Rocky steps, idk. Plus, the finish memory task is in JAIL <3)
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