Player-Made Elusive Contracts (PS4)


#4149

lol. Why were you spamming triangle? What does that do?

Edit: Oh, to open the gate?


#4150

It’s mostly used for speed but when you do it, it’s you trying to open the door at its earliest point that it can.


#4151

So you were foiled by a speed-runner habit. Looks like I got very lucky there.

The Tortoise God smiled upon me. (Can tortoise smile? Can the word “tortoise” be use as a plural? Do these questions really matter in the grand scheme of things?)

Yes. Yes, they do.


#4152

#4153

Got spotted trespassing. RIP

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#4154

There he is, the Mighty Tortoise God. All praise be to thee!

(He’s not quite as pretty as I remember him, though. lol)


#4155

Whoop. Winner. Team Tortoise 4 Life. :yum:

Unfortunately … I just got in, I’m about to eat, and I haven’t got anything ready to go yet.

If you give me a little while, I’ll bosh something together.

Or – if anyone has a contract ready to go – they’re welcome to post it.


#4156

I can wait. :blush:


#4157

Sorry for the wait, I’ve been busy. I didn’t really have time to playtest (or make, lol) this so I hope it’s all right.

Special conditions:

  • You must start in the main square in front of Caruso’s manor. Bring any loadout, but your loadout must include the explosive phone.

  • Infiltrate the mansion, locate the blueprints of the missile that Caruso designed (the blueprints are accompanied by a model of the missile, too, which should make them easier to find), and then equip your cell phone and take a photo of the blueprints (i.e. take a screenshot of them, and then send that screenshot to me in a private message once you’ve completed the contract).

  • Kill the rival thieves as cleanly as possible.

  • Escape the mansion and place the cell phone containing the snapshot of the missile blueprints on the bench beside the client, the Axon CEO, which is this woman:

She’s easy to find because you begin the mission sitting right next to her.

As always, message me if you have any questions.

Edit: If you post a video of your run, you don’t have to send me a private message, because I’ll be able to see if you screenshotted the missile blueprints or not. :slight_smile:


#4158

How do we know who the targets are without instinct or the mini map?


#4159

By using the actual map


#4160

Oh yeah. Im such an idiot. Thanks!


#4161

I Followed The Rules
I Followed The Rules https://imgur.com/gallery/gjxCQ


#4162

Well done, DaZucc. Great job!

(I can confirm that DaZucc photographed the missile blueprint and delivered it to the client successfully.)

Edit: Here’s a screenshot of his results page for those too lazy to follow the link. lol


#4163

I had to give up, I can’t find the blueprints. Sorry, contract was really fun I just must not be very attentive right now.


#4164

I have to agree. I have no idea the whereabouts of these blueprints or missile. Had the same issue when the DNA copy of franny needed to be taken.


#4165

I have flashes in my head of @GuLe trying forever to find the syringes for the Surgeon ET lol


#4166

Spotted at the ending while escaping for a stupid error, nice way to ruin an easy SA. :persevere:

I followed the rules. Beginned from the main square.

Wasted a bit of time for searching the right blueprints. I haved a vague idea about the place on the mansion where Iooking for. I think I get it right. I just send the screenshot to @David47 . I hope I guessed right.

The two targets were easy preys. I just screwed during the escape, because I entered in the Silvio’s office when he was inside for mistake. And so I scerewed my SA as a noob!

Before leave the area, I let the phone to the woman in red in the main square.

Nice concept for a contract. I liked this spy story background!


#4167

Well done, Loner. Glad you liked it.

Anyone can make mistakes, even on these maps we’re so familiar with. I guess that means the maps are well designed because you would think we’d all be breezing around them by now.

(And I can confirm that Loner photographed the missile blueprint and delivered it as requested.)


#4168

Sorry, Rattleshnake, I didn’t mean to frustrate anyone. But I suppose that’s always a possibility when there’s an objective like this. I thought about telling players which part of the mansion the blueprint was in, but then it would really have been no challenge.