Cryptic Portals Finders Found I!


The agents who successfully uncovered all the portals were: Essanian, joshrobok (with some help from neoshady and nodosh) and Taliiesin.

Here are the answers for those of you who were trying to solve it!


1. Clue: Where is currently Really Good? (3 6 6)
Answer: “The Fourth Plinth” in Trafalgar Square outside The National Gallery,-0.128727&z=17&pll=51.508196,-0.128727

 2. Clue: Dynamic hot, ornate testes help translate hieroglyphs (3 7 5)
Answer: “The Rosetta Stone” at The British Library,-0.127608&z=17&pll=51.518929,-0.127608

 3. Clue: The biggest tree cross-section confused antiquarian as tough athlete (5 7 2 3 7 1)
“Giant Sequioa at the Natural H” at The Natural History Museum,-0.176445&z=17&pll=51.496153,-0.176445

 4. Clue: With her head tucked underneath her arm, she doctored to urethra to wetter (7 2 3  5)
“Torture at the Tower” at the Tower of London,-0.074664&z=17&pll=51.508159,-0.074664

South West

5. Clue:  Shortest distance between two points on the earth or paradise (8)
“Geodesic” at the Eden project,-4.745228&z=17&pll=50.362739,-4.745228

6. Clue: Ha Ha! Nuttier and stink bomb disrupted the waters at Sulis (5 5 / 4, 6 3)
“Roman Baths / Bath, United Kin” at Bath,-2.359298&z=17&pll=51.380995,-2.359298


7. Clue: Yeah, trouble he was troubled by a ring of chalk pits (3 6 4)
“The Aubrey Hole” at Stonehenge,-1.826717&z=17&pll=51.178687,-1.826717

South East

8. Clue: Her irateness mutilated at the holy place where Thomas was murdered (6 6)
“Easter shrine” at Canterbury Cathedral,1.081674&z=17&pll=51.279659,1.081674

North west

9. Clue: Northernmost Calliope for example, hesitated sourced from offal puddle (6 2 9)
“Museum of Liverpool” at Museum of Liverpool (northernmost of the two portals by this name),-2.995502&z=17&pll=53.403555,-2.995502

10.  Clue:Molybdenum Silicide (6 2 7 3 8)
“Museum of Science and Industry” at Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester,-2.254193&z=17&pll=53.477101,-2.254193

Northern Ireland

11. Clues: Mammoth’s embankment curses painful death throes with boulders (6 8 9 5)
Answer: “
Giant’s Causeway Hexagonal Rocks” at the Giant’s causeway in Northern Ireland,-6.511795&z=17&pll=55.240734,-6.511795


12. Clue: Heroes nervously go wobbly without a Cambridgeshire cathedral city at the one o’clock gun (9 5)
“Governor’s house” at Edinburgh Castle,-3.201&z=17&pll=55.948698,-3.201


13. Clue: Smashing cheapish beaters sparkle at the bard’s origin (12 10)
“Shakespeare’s Birthplace” in Stratford-upon-Avon,-1.708817&z=17&pll=52.193791,-1.708817

14. Clue: Mary Lennox may find this instead near the Shakespeare Memorial Room  (3 6 6.)
“The Secret Garden.” at The Library of Birmingham,-1.908739&z=17&pll=52.47971,-1.908739

 15.  Clue: Supreme Ultimate Boxing vault is to be found where Elias and both John Tradescant the elder and younger have left their things (6 4)
“Taichi Arch” at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford,-1.260184&z=17&pll=51.755277,-1.260184



Well could it be anything else… the answer was “It’s time to move”

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