The Story of the Last Soviet Field Marshal

The group is gathering up in a car park – chatting, joking…all unsuspicious. Suddenly a mysterious, puzzled man appears out of the blue, rapidly walks up to one of the participants and slips 4 CDs with an e-mail address and a password into his/her pocket. The only words the man says are: “You have to help me!” Then he looks around distrustfully to make sure he is not being followed and before anyone could utter a word the man disappears. The group realises that they have been involved in something unusual. Getting rid of the CDs straight away can be dangerous therefore the group decides to check the e-mail address.


The first task is then to find a place where internet-access is possible. In that mailbox there is one unread message, which tells an interesting but top secret story of the last Soviet Field Marshal and that the CDs have to be handed over to somebody somewhere.

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