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4 - 100 Guest(s)
PLAYERS: 4~8 DIFFICULTIES: ★★★★☆
TIME: 60 mins
TAG: ✠ Perception, ✐ Speculation, ♜ Analysis
SUCCESS RATE: 26%
You are a notorious art thief who is considering one last job before your retirement. One day, an anonymous letter arrives with details of the highly regarded art auctioneer, Mr. Voxman, who has been involved in trading arts through black-box operations.
It is disclosed in the letter that Mr. Voxman is hiding all of his valuable arts in his intricately designed personal museum. The mission states that you are required to find and bring back the most valuable artifact in the secret museum. An informant has led you in but the security system will be re-enabled in 60 mins. Will you succeed before time runs out?
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