Tasks / Urbane Exploration 1
Find a building which is in active use. Explore it thoroughly and get to know its secrets.
Politely talking your way into the heart of the building is an excellent way to understand its psychogeography, and see how it affects those who occupy it. Your interactions with the building's owners and inhabitants (employees, residents, etc) are to be strictly positive; recruiting the authorities as guides is a far, far better thing than being ejected by them.
Completing this task in proper exploring attire, which may include such accoutrements as a waistcoat or a monocle, will likely result in additional votes.
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In the zone of: BART Psychogeographical Association
Created by teucer
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