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Thread: Nano - Regular Combo

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    Default Nano - Regular Combo

    I am working on my first series. I would like to use a couple of camouflaged nanos, but redirect the cacher to a larger container nearby (no coordinates, just a note in the nano mentioning where it is) to make it swap friendly. Is that acceptable?

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    Yup, I have a multi in Cornwall that uses a Micro that contains nothing but the co-ords and hint for the bigger box. Just list it as a multi.

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    I'd say put co-ordinates in.

    Stops the 'random finder' -muggle- from helping themselves to everything! hmy:


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    I agree, list it as a multi and just put co-ords to the second in the first. That is what I have done as well.

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    Good idea, I've found a few multis that have been set up in this way. The final cache's size is usually the one in the listing, with the nano mentioned as the 'first stage'.

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    Make it more difficult, and make it two nanos to a large ammo box or similar. I would also recommend using the coords though. No hint!!

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