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10 Tricks, Hints & Tips To Becoming A Better Social Empires Player

I've played this game for a few days now and I just reached level 18. I came up with this list to help current and future Social Empires players.

#1. Have a relatively even mix of ranged and melee units in your army: In other words, do not just make all archers or all swordsmen; you will easily be defeated this way. For example, if you make only close-ranged units, such as swordsmen or knights, ranged enemies will be able to kill a good amount of your units before you even get to attack them.


On the other hand, if you only make ranged units, enemy units with a lot of health will easily be able to tear right through those archers. This is due to the fact that ranged units usually do not have a lot of health, nor do they do a lot of damage. Find the right mix of units that you feel works best for you.


#2. Minimize your unit losses: Units are very expensive in this game, so it is important to be smart when battling. Making more units uses up most of your resources and slows down the growth of your empire. There are a couple of tactics that I use when battling.

Tactic #1. I found it best to organize my army in the following way. The swordsmen and knights go in the front, as they have more attack power and more health.
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The archers are placed at the back of the army, where they can rain down arrows on enemies from afar. The close ranged units absorb most of the damage, while the archers and/or catapults can attack without being killed.


Tactic #2: This second tactic is more difficult to perform, because the game makes it difficult to control larger armies, but it is a very effective tactic if done correctly. Basically you put all of your ranged units in an area relatively close to a group of enemies (Not too close where they start chasing you, but close enough).

Then you take a unit with a speed greater than 3 (I usually use a knight for this) and run close to the enemies so they start chasing you. Then run your knight to your group of ranged units waiting nearby. The enemy units will chase your knight for a couple of seconds, and while this is happening, your ranged units will kill a good amount of the enemy army. This works great, especially when you have a large number of ranged units.


#3. Explore The World To Obtain Gold: Once you reach level 7, you can go to the world map and click "Let's Sail" on the boat. As you sail around, avoid towers and only attack the purple Octopuses and the yellow Kraken. Once your ship gets low on health, quickly click on any of the islands labeled with a picture of an anchor.

Next, unless you are level 16+, DO NOT attack any units on the isle. Instead, click the battle menu in the lower left hand corner, then click Yes when it asks if you want to finalize the battle. Go back to your empire, and you will have received the gold you got from killing the Octopuses and Kraken. This is a great way to get gold early on.


#4. Kill Units Before Towers: Especially when attacking other players, NEVER attack towers and units at the same time, as this is a great way to lose all of your units. Instead, attack an enemy building and this will draw out the enemy units. Kill the units as they come out and stay away from the enemy towers. Once all enemy units have been defeated, and your army is still strong enough, you can then start destroying the towers. This is a much easier and more efficient way to win battles and to obtain gold. The best way to destroy towers in the lower levels is to use scorpions, as you can attack from afar without getting hit. If you don't think you can get through the towers then just finalize the battle. Losing your entire army for a few towers is NEVER worth it.


#5. Placing Towers Effectively: DO NOT place towers by themselves on the outside edge of your city. Instead, it is best to place these towers behind walls, in groups of 2 or more. Close ranged units will not be able to attack your towers until they get through the walls and most likely they will be dead before they get through the walls anyway.

Ranged units usually do not have much health, so the towers will destroy ranged units, especially if the towers are close together in groups of 2 or more. Keeping towers is EXTREMELY important, as they require a lot of stone to replace and stone is difficult to come by in Social Empires.


#6. Exhaust the Market Every Day: At level 15 you will be able to build a market, where you can buy and sell food, lumber and stone. You only get to use the market a certain number of times each day (I think it's 20 times per day) so make sure you maximize your uses. I just use the market for buying stone, because I feel that stone is the most difficult resource to obtain in Social Empires. Use the market for whichever resource you need the most.


#7. Mine All Stone and Gold: Around your city you will find gold and stone that regenerates every 3 hours. It is important to collect all gold and stone around your city each time that you play Social Empires. This tip may sound like common sense, but many players forget to mine all of the resources that are available, and they end up not having enough to build units and buildings.

Harvest resources, such as stone, gold, and trees with more than one villager, it will save you some time. This is especially true when you are able to create level 2 villagers (3 at a time) and level 3 (7 at a time) villagers who can harvest more than one resource at a time.


#8. Spy Before Attacking: It's free to spy on your enemies, so why not try it? You have nothing to lose.


#9. Upgrade Your Town Hall: Once you do this you can make Villager II's. These units can select up to 3 resources at a time, so it will save you some time.

For example, you can select 3 trees for a single Villager II to cut down, rather than only being able to select one at a time. Although it costs 3500 gold to upgrade a Town Hall to level 2, I feel that it is worth it. I found it very annoying, that you could only select on resource node, or one tree at a time.


#10. Close Up Your City: When you are finished playing for the day, or if you know you won't be playing for a while, close up your city. In other words, use walls or buildings (preferably walls) to surround your city. Make sure there is no way in or out of your city and put all of your units within your city walls. This is the best way to ensure a strong defense against other players. Closing your city walls also ensures that your units will not be lured out and killed one by one. If you fail to close up your city, other players can very easily wipe out your entire city, while you are away. In my opinion this is probably the most important tip.

Thanks for reading, if you have any questions/comments feel free to comment below.


Fantasy Basketball: 2010-11 Season to Date Player Rankings (Top 25) as of February 22, 2011



Most Improved Players From Last Month


LaMarcus Aldridge (Por- PF, C) Aldridge made last month's top 25 fantasy players and has continued his high level of play. Over the past 30 days he has averaged 26.2 points, 8.9 rebounds, 1.5 steals and 1.5 blocks a game. Aldridge's recent performance has allowed him up to shoot up the rankings once again. Currently he ranks at number six behind Paul, Gasol, Love, Durant and Stoudemire. Portland has won their last 6 games. With the extraordinary play of Aldridge and the recent return of Brandon Roy, the Trailblazers are looking to finish the season strong.




Chauncey Billups (NY- PG) Although he has not yet cracked the top 25 (Currently 30th overall), Chauncey Billups has been playing amazing over the 30 days. He has averaged 17.6 points, 2.7 3PTM and 5.4 assists per game. Even more impressively, Billups has shot 49.4% from the field and 98.1% from the field! Just recently, Billups was traded to the Knicks, so it will be interesting to see how this change will affect his fantasy value. With his departure it was said that Ty Lawson will get the starting job in Denver. In Tuesday night's game against Memphis, Ty Lawson had 21 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists and 6 steals.


Monster Galaxy Frequently Asked Questions

Can I delete/release/get rid of a Moga?
As of now you cannot delete or get rid of an unwanted Moga. Currently you can store your Mogas in Moga storage located at your Home. There have been rumors that the creators of Monster Galaxy are in the process of creating a marketplace where you will be able to sell your Mogas.

How do I capture a Rainburn?
Read my short guide on How to Capture a Rainburn.

Where can I find a Pudgy?
In any of the areas listed Here.

Where can I find Black Gold?
You can get Black Gold after completing the line of quests which starts with the Capture Dinho quest. 

How do I catch a Legendary Moga?
First you must find the Legendary Moga (Legendary Moga Locations Here). Then you must attack the Moga until it is low on health (1% or 2% of its max health). Next, click the Capture button to try and catch the Moga. Lastly, hope for the best (you have a 4% chance to catch a Legendary Moga). Many have spent 100+ Star Seeds trying to catch 1 Legendary Moga, while some lucky tamers have used caught a Legendary Moga with only 1 SS. Really all it comes down to in the end is luck.

Can Mogas evolve in Monster Galaxy?
Currently Mogas cannot evolve in Monster Galaxy. However, it looks like tamers will be able to breed Mogas in the near future.

How do I collect cards in Monster Galaxy?
You can find cards by defeating or capturing Mogas in the Monster Galaxy world. The cards you get are random, there aren't any specific locations where certain cards can be found.

How do I get Master Star Seeds?
When you try and capture a Moga you will be given two options. You can either use a regular Star Seed or you can pay Star Coins to use a Master Star Seed. The Master Star Seed will give you a greater chance to catch the Moga than a regular Star Seed would.

How do I capture Weatar?
There was an event from April 4-6, 2011, where you could buy Weatar for 50 Star Coins. If you missed out on the event, currently you cannot get him or capture him in the wild.

What is the Master Seed?
From the Developer: Master Seed is a new feature we introduced in response to a common concern we were hearing -- Sometimes players who wanted to capture a Moga would purchase Starseeds from the Skyshop, but then they would end up using all their Starseeds without capturing the Moga... such bad luck!Because Monster Galaxy's continued development is supported by the purchase of Star Coins, we wanted to address this concern and introduce a new way to capture Mogas using Star Coins.

The price depends on the rarity of the Moga... so if you think you are going to get lucky, you can throw Starseeds and hope for good luck. If you want to guarantee 100% success, you can pay Star Coins, and the price depends on the Rarity. The price is equivalent to the average number of seeds you need to use to capture a Moga of that rarity, so more than anything else, this option provides convenience for players who purchase Star Coins.

How do I get/capture Scorpio?
During the promotional period from April 8th- 10th you can buy Scorpio for 99 Star Coins, which equates to about $10 USD.  

How do I reset my Monster Galaxy game? 
Currently you cannot reset your game. Unfortunately, the only way to make a new account is to make a new Facebook account. 

How do I get more Star Seeds?
You can get more Star Seeds by battling/catching Mogas, doing quests, getting them as gifts from friends, collecting 1 Star Seed every 8 hours or by buying them with Star Coins.



Josh Howard Makes His Return

Josh Howard (Was- SG, SF) has been out since January 5th. This season he has only played in a total of eight games (not including Sunday night's win over Cleveland).

Howard's knee injury has kept him out for most of the 2010-11 season. Recently his injury status has gone back and forth, but he felt well enough to play in last night's game. In fact, it was the first game he started this season.  "Josh Howard said his knee felt fine following the game." - Yahoo! Sports

In his first start of the 2010-11 season, Howard had 16 points, 5 rebounds, 3 3PTM, 2 steals and a block. He managed to produce these numbers, shooting 54% from the field and playing only 25 minutes.


"The Wizards are a bit banged up at small forward, but expect Howard to be worked back into the rotation instead of receiving heavy minutes right away." -Rotowire.com


Currently, Josh Howard is only owned in 14% of all Yahoo leagues and is also this week's most added player. If he stays healthy, he would be a decent source of points, and a good source of 3's and steals. Pick him up if you have bench space, otherwise put him on your watchlist to see how he plays in his next few games.

Washington's next game is Wednesday night against the Magic.


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This an incomplete list of Carmen Sandiego Clue Answers. Use CTRL + F to find the clue you are looking for.


I hear she was almost attacked in a plaza by a gigantic bronze spider that towered over her head!
Answer: Ottawa, Canada

She was a woman of few words. Not by choice, though.
Answer: Stutter

She said she was going to the Rideau Street Chapel. But I thought they demolished it years ago?
Answer: Ottawa, Canada

She's probably at the Central Experimental Farm, looking for a two-headed cow.
Answer: Ottawa, Canada

She said she was headed somewhere "grand" and "bizarre," or at least that's what I heard.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

Birds of a feather stick together, so judging by the company she kept I guess this girl had feathers.
Answer: Pet Raven

I heard her plan a rendezvous at the Serpentine Column.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

She said she was looking for a dashing new fez, so I told her to stroll down Fesçiler and see what caught her eye.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

She mumbled something about getting a new winter coat at the Rondy.
Answer: Anchorage, United States of America

Like I told her, you know you're in the largest state in the Union when you're anchored down here.
Answer: Anchorage, United States of America

Do you have any idea what the Carnot cycle is? Because that was how she explained the flow of money from my cash register to her giant burlap sack.
Answer: Steam Robotics

All she could talk about was valve gears. All I could talk about was how she needed a new hobby.
Answer: Steam Robotics

She said something about blending in with the Kiwis.
Answer: Wellington, New Zealand
He must be running out of money - I heard he got kicked out after trying to sleep in a noraebang in Myeongdong.
Answer: Seoul, South Korea

He looked around, then said this place had nothing on Pimatgol.
Answer: Seoul, South Korea

He was eager to check out the art collection of William V, but only 'cause orange is his favorite color.
Answer: The Hague, Netherlands

He was wearing one of those beer hats, but the bottles were filled with egg drop soup.  That guy knew how to party.
Answer: Chinese

He's probably at the United Nations court, to see if they'll fix an international parking ticket.
Answer: The Hague, Netherlands

You know, if you look out east of the city you'll see four peaks that are supposed to resemble a woman lying on her back.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

You know, I did overhear him mention something about a pair of volcanoes that are named after starcrossed lovers.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

Rumor has it the police almost caught him darting through the stalls at the Mercado de Antiguëdades de Cuauhtemoc.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

I'm not sure where she went, but she said something about a buddha. And I can confirm for you that it was round, and cracked a smile. Does that narrow it down?
Answer: Bangkok, Thailand

She was a powerhouse. I bet I could have charged my cellphone if she squeezed it in her triceps.
Answer: Athletic

I suggested she check out the bridge running over the River Kwai.
Answer: Bangkok, Thailand

I told her the story of a stucco statue that cracked open to reveal a startling hidden treasure. Now she's gone to the same city to crack open everything in sight.
Answer: Bangkok, Thailand

The city she's in was a big deal back when it was part of the Hejaz province.
Answer: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

I'll tell you this much: she seemed oddly affectionate toward Brussels sprouts.
Answer: New American

Odds are she's picking parrot fish at the market in Al-Balad.
Answer: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

She made it clear she wanted no part of North, West, or East beaches.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

She was already wearing a swimsuit and a ton of sunblock.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

If she recited one more paean to the wonders of pork belly, I was going to be sick to my belly.
Answer: New American

You might find her sliding down Joseph's Well - you know, the Well of the Snail.
Answer: Cairo, Egypt

She's meeting someone at the Ghuriya to see the Whirling Dervishes.
Answer: Cairo, Egypt

Who did this guy think he was, the President? Because if so, he really needed more than a one-member Secret Service.
Answer: Bodyguard

What I wouldn't give to have caught a show at the UFO Club in its heyday.
Answer: London, England

I know he's a sports fan. He told me the city where he's going will be the first to host the Summer Olympics three times.
Answer: London, England

I heard him exclaim that he couldn't believe the Clevelander wasn't in Ohio.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

The guy had a real obsession with pastel architecture.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

I would start looking for your friend at the Aztec sites in the Zócalo, in the Centro Histórico.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

He was last spotted driving down the Paseo de la Reforma through Santa Fe.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

This guy may be hard to take down. He was clearly impervious to toothbrushes.
Answer: Bad Hygiene

He must have snuck into the harbour right between the "wedding cakes."
Answer: Sydney, Australia

Really, that guy was a crook? Come to think of it, his chauffeur did seem underpaid.
Answer: Limousine

You might find him standing outside Fox Studios, near Bondi Beach, with his headshots.
Answer: Sydney, Australia

Do you happen to have any freshly boiled lobster? I've been craving some ever since I saw his hair. Guess I should see someone about that.
Answer: Red

We got into a big argument over whether William Gibson ever lived in Gibson House. I'm sure he didn't - but technically, he could have lived near there.
Answer: Toronto, Canada

Oh yeah, real demanding customer. Wouldn't settle for one newspaper. Wanted to go to the headquarters of Ha'aretz, Maariv, AND Yedioth Ahronot.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

All I know is, he was headed to a Mediterranean port.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

As soon as he waked in, I saw a cockroach. He apologized, saying they usually stay in his socks.
Answer: Bad Hygiene

He seemed determined to get to the Promised Land, and I don't think he meant it as a metaphor.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

There was something stuck in his teeth. I think it was a whole roast chicken.
Answer: Bad Hygiene

He said he had reservations at Peter Luger's. But now that I know he's on the run from the law, I suspect he stole that 7 pm slot from someone else.
Answer: New York, United States of America

All I know is, it's a city with a famous skyline.  How come nobody ever talks about cities' groundlines? Some are quite fetching.
Answer: New York, United States of America

He mentioned wanting to cross the George Washington Bridge.  But I'm not sure I'd want to cross George Washington - he defeated the English army!
Answer: New York, United States of America

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Red Case Clue Answers Page #4

This an incomplete list of Carmen Sandiego Clue Answers. Use CTRL + F to find the clue you are looking for.


He said he was going to blend in with some pilgrims who were headed to a tomb. I suggested that first, he take the belt buckle off his hat.
Answer: Budapest, Hungary

I told him that if he swings by the Medical Museum, to pay tribute to the good doctor by washing his hands on the way in.
Answer: Budapest, Hungary

He's probably going up Rose Hill. I'm guessing it takes its name from its longest-running resident.
Answer: Budapest, Hungary

We were just talking about a mausoleum to a man who captured the city and died right afterwards.
Answer: Budapest, Hungary

He was determined to get there in time for a specific feast day, I know that much.
Answer: Madrid, Spain

I'm not sure where he went, but he talked about something precious connected to the patron saint of the lottery?
Answer: Madrid, Spain

He told me he was headed to a monestary to see a local miracle. It was a little like watching water turn into wine, but in this case, he wanted to watch blood turn into ... blood?
Answer: Madrid, Spain

He told me he had a place to stay, but it was a bit of a climb. He asked me if I thought he could still get a sedan chair to take him there.
Answer: Hong Kong, China

He was having trouble with his laptop, but he mentioned he could get a new one at the "deep water pier"?
Answer: Hong Kong, China

He has to get up a mountain, but he has a weird fear of funicular railways. I told him hey, it still beats walking.
Answer: Hong Kong, China

I heard he finally got up the mountain. Turns out he's holed up at the Governor's old lodge.
Answer: Hong Kong, China

I told her not to miss a chance to catch a show at the Hobbit House.
Answer: Manila, Philippines

I heard her planning a rendezvous in the the Chapel of Our Lady of China.
Answer: Manila, Philippines

You might find her lurking outside St. Lorenzo's church.
Answer: Manila, Philippines

She told me she was looking for a war palace. I said, why not try something completely different?
Answer: The Hague, Netherlands

I think she's at one of Andrew Carnegie's buildings.
Answer: The Hague, Netherlands

I heard her say to someone, "Meet me at the statue of Little John, by the pond."
Answer: The Hague, Netherlands

Here, look at this picture. She thought she'd scored a piece by Otavio and Gustavo, but it turns out it's just a gang tag.
Answer: Sao Paulo, Brazil

She is a growing threat. And by that I mean, a threat that grows things.
Answer: Horticulture

She had a meeting at the convention center, but she had trouble finding her room. She always gets Athabascan names mixed up!
Answer: Anchorage, United States of America

I don't know if this helps, but she said her favorite film of all time is "Snowriders II."
Answer: Anchorage, United States of America

All I know is, the country started with "A."  But she did say she was going to its capital. So I guess THAT's actually all I know.
Answer:

One minute she was here, the next? Desaparecida.
Answer: Buenos Aires, Argentina

She said she was about to complete her collection of "Famous Death Masks" souvenir highball glasses.
Answer: Cairo, Egypt

I thought she said something about the Queen Mother, but she said no - she meant the Queen Mummy.
Answer: Cairo, Egypt

Look for her by the Mameluke monuments on the Street of the Coppersmiths.
Answer: Cairo, Egypt

I think she said she was headed for, what's it, the fountain with the big pine cone on top of it.
Answer: Rome, Italy

All she said, in a hushed tone, was that she's going to pay tribute to the master of giallo, or die in a pit of razor wire trying.
Answer: Rome, Italy

She wasn't afraid to call a spade a spade, or a telescopic bypass lopper a telescopic bypass lopper.
Answer: Horticulture

Act fast - she said she was going to race through town and then catch a ferry east to Holyhead.
Answer: Dublin, Ireland

They spotted her running by Yeats' old place and ducking into Wilde's.
Answer: Dublin, Ireland

She's at the KTM. The tri-city. Grab your Dhaki topi and get gone!
Answer: Kathmandu, Nepal

She's in a garden with six pavilions, named after each of the seasons. That's right - they have six seasons there, so pack accordingly.
Answer: Kathmandu, Nepal

If it's past noon, she's probably dreaming in a garden somewhere.
Answer: Kathmandu, Nepal

I wanted to show her some footage I'd taken of the center of the planet, but she said, "No thanks, I have a corvid right here." Get it?
Answer: Pet Raven

She could be lurking around the Monastery of San Diego. Or was it the Monastery of San Francisco? No, that's a different part of town.
Answer: Quito, Ecuador

She asked a lot of questions about where to find a few works by Manuel Chili.
Answer: Quito, Ecuador

I know where she went, but she didn't say why. Maybe she's a student of ancient Jain temples?
Answer: New Delhi, India

I'd describe her car as one wheel in front, two wheels in back, three priceless works of art in the trunk.
Answer: Rickshaw

She was hoping to find a lotus in the National Rose Garden.
Answer: New Delhi, India

She said she was going to try and climb the world's tallest brick minaret.
Answer: New Delhi, India

Instead of sending her to all the same old mosques in town, I told her to try the new one.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

She'd heard of a palace where all the clocks are stopped at five past nine, so she wanted to go and wind them all.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

When she told me where she was going, I asked her to pick up a few spices for me.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

I only know she's planning a rendezvous under a Linden tree.
Answer: Berlin, Germany

She asked me for directions to a statue of Frederick. I have a great-uncle named Frederick, but he's not that well-known.
Answer: Berlin, Germany

I heard her say she's heading down the street to the old royal hunting grounds?
Answer: Berlin, Germany

I knew that she's a huge MJ fan, so I suggested she stay at the Adlon.
Answer: Berlin, Germany

I remember thinking, "where'd this girl learn to drive, the streets of Bangalore?" But I must have said it out loud, because she answered, "yes."
Answer: Rickshaw

He seemed like a real wolf in sheep's clothing. Except his clothing may actually have been wolf.
Answer: Fur Coat

He told me he'd show me his favorite basketball move - and then he jumped in the air and stuck his tongue out.
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

He was going to watch a team that had two three-peats in the '90s. What a time to be a fan!
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

He said something about going to an aquarium in a shed?
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

I know he was headed to a museum in a field.
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

He kept raving about his favorite athlete - some baseball player who spent only a year in the minor leagues.
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

His build reminded me of that famous poker player, Amarillo.
Answer: Slim

I heard he's at a party, telling everyone he's tight with the Al Maktoum family.
Answer: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

He might sneak in by dhow and arrive at the Wharfage.
Answer: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Here, look at this postcard I got. Check out the beautiful twin octagonal bell towers on this cathedral.
Answer: Barcelona, Spain

With all the drinks trays his vehicle had, I guess it made sense for him to hire a permanent designated driver. Wish I had that kind of scratch.
Answer: Limousine

He was at town hall, posing for a picture by a sculpture of three gypsy boys.
Answer: Barcelona, Spain

Oddly enough, his favorite song is "Silent Night." I suggested he visit the village where its composer was born.
Answer: Salzburg, Austria

Judging by his ride, he was either one of the richest criminals I've ever seen or was on his way back from the airport.
Answer: Limousine

He's in an Alpine town that's famous for its salt - it's right there in the name.
Answer: Salzburg, Austria

Did you know the girl you're chasing is a puppet scholar? She has a PhD in Marionettes and a Master's in Muppets.
Answer: Stockholm, Sweden

I know this lady's a theater buff.  She was excited to hear that Miss Julie's back in town.
Answer: Stockholm, Sweden

I'll give you some free advice - she's headed to a museum with a 4,000-piece collection. But be warned: there are strings attached.
Answer: Stockholm, Sweden

She was slate-headed, and come to think of it was also carrying a slate.  On which she'd sketched a very convincing self-portrait.
Answer: Grey

Your friend said something about checking out Meschke's collection?
Answer: Stockholm, Sweden

She said something about a "stone bench" on the Plateau?
Answer: Giza, Egypt

I suspect she's poking around a mud-brick tomb.  She brought her mud-brick pickaxe and everything.
Answer: Giza, Egypt

She's off to what in ancient times was called "kher neter."
Answer: Giza, Egypt

I heard her say to someone: "Meet me at the old Bubbling Park Cemetery - and if you're late, I'll bury ya there."
Answer: Shanghai, China

She wouldn't let me talk to her until she was sure I was local.
Answer: Zero Carbon Footprint

She's in a skyscraper with 88 floors marked by 13 bands.  If you count right, you'll find it.
Answer: Shanghai, China

One look at this lady and I knew she was ravin' mad. Or mad for ravens. What's the expression again?
Answer: Pet Raven

She said she was going "unter" the mountain to check the length of Emperor Barbarossa's beard.
Answer: Salzburg, Austria

She was all steely locks, and steely lockpicks.
Answer: Grey

She said she was going to the Nachalat Binyamin, and the Palmach Musuem--she sounded like she had something nasty caught in her throat.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

When she mentioned "Dizengoff," I said, "What did you call me?" She took off down the street after that.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

She asked for directions to a White City where she could go house hunting. Then she clarified: Bauhaus hunting.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

She wanted to know if I was a local. I was afraid that meant she was considering eating me.
Answer: Zero Carbon Footprint

Here, she dropped this photo of a siege of herons outside the President's palace.
Answer: Panama City, Panama

She was whispering, so I might have misheard - but I think she had a lock for some guy named Pedro Miguel.
Answer: Panama City, Panama

She wanted to rent a boat, but she said it could be no bigger than 950 feet long and 106 feet wide.
Answer: Panama City, Panama

If eyes are the windows to the soul, this guy had some pretty lush vegetation growing in his soul.
Answer: Green

You might find him taking a stroll along the "path beside the mountains," near the headquarters of the Tenrikyo.
Answer: Nara, Japan

His ears perked up when I told him about the "Venus of the Orient," until I told him it wasn't the arms that were missing.
Answer: Nara, Japan
 


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 This an incomplete list of Carmen Sandiego Clue Answers. Use CTRL + F to find the clue you are looking for.

He said something about visiting a metropolis on the Serra do Mar.
Answer: Sao Paulo, Brazil

He said he was going to look for old vinyl by some band called Os Mutantes.
Answer: Sao Paulo, Brazil

He asked if I was wearing a wire. But my glasses are 1-obviously tortoise-shell!
Answer: Paranoia

He was just telling me his favorite band recorded "Bread and Circuses" - though I think that's a translation.
Answer: Sao Paulo, Brazil

I made him promise to bring me back a yellow hibiscus. I think that's the state flower.
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

I know he submitted his short films to the HIFF, and he wanted to have an up-close and personal conversation with the judges about why they all got rejected.
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

He's after a relic connected to a kingdom of "a million rice fields."
Answer: Bangkok, Thailand

He said, "I've never been caught, knock on wood." Then, strangely, he rapped on his shin.
Answer: Peg-Leg

He looked tense and tired. I told him to treat himself to a massage at Abhaibhubejhr College.
Answer: Bangkok, Thailand

I overheard him say something about a house that had been taken apart and moved into the city. I guess that's what happens if you have a housing shortage.
Answer: Bangkok, Thailand

He couldn't wait to eat parrillada like a porteño. I couldn't wait for her to leave.
Answer: Buenos Aires, Argentina

He wasn't coy about wanting to visit the biggest city near Chivilcoy.
Answer: Buenos Aires, Argentina

He gave me a pamphlet, then accused me of being part of the International Brotherhood of Pamphlet Takers.
Answer: Paranoia

That tough gal? I think she's holed up in a volcanic tuff cone.
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

She was adamant that she didn't have red hair, and complained that everyone made that mistake. So I would characterize her hair color as "defensive."
Answer: Auburn

We were reminscing about that old Bob Eubanks game show, the one where he sent people into the "Money Volcano"? In fact, I think she went to see if there was any money left there.
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

Look for her by the Eternal Flame on Beretania Street.
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

Her eyes reminded me of raspberry candy. Why is it that raspberry candy is never actually the color of raspberries?
Answer: Blue

She's just outside the city, paying her respects to Akbar the Great.
Answer: Agra, India

Your suspect wished to have been in this city in 1556 when the great Hemu Vikramaditya conquered it.
Answer: Agra, India

She told me she was going to see Hannemann's life work - if it hasn't been hauled away.
Answer: Austin, United States of America

I told her the name of my favorite Cathedral, but I warned her it's a little run-down.
Answer: Austin, United States of America

She said "Hook 'Em, Horns!" and then ran out with her hand in the air in a cow-shape.  So maybe she's decided to matriculate?
Answer: Austin, United States of America

Oh I remember her, she was carrying about a dozen of those little white cardboard take-out containers. Though she said at least half of them were full of diamonds.
Answer: Chinese

If her eyes reminded me of one branch of the armed services, it would have to be the Navy.  Both in color, and in how often she swabbed them.
Answer: Blue

Rumor has it she's crashing on-campus at Latin America's largest university.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

My sources tell me that your henchwoman's hiding just outside the city, in San Ángel.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

She seemed interested in all kinds of canes, be they sugar, elderly walking-aids, or holders of the NCAA's home winning streak record.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

I got a good look at your suspect -- she had some red locks, some brown locks, and a whole bunch of broken combination locks.
Answer: Auburn

She was looking for a new set of keys: specifically Largo, Biscayne, and West.
Answer: Miami, United States of America