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Old 11-21-2010, 02:24 PM
AirBadger AirBadger is offline
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Default Original Game Mission One Query

Hi All

I've recently discovered "Death to Spies Gold" which means that I'm lucky enough to be introduced to this game not only for a virtually give away price, but also with its add on pack bundled in.

I wonder if I can ask you a whet behind the ears question regarding mission one, to get me started in the right direction.

After an initial lapse of judgement saw me offing two soldiers sitting at the side of the road having a smoke, when I could easily have snuck past them, I'd like to pull as much of a Ghandi as I can for the rest of the mission and let the rest of the Germans go home to their wives at the end of their shifts.

Granted the uniform I stole has made it much easier for me to infiltrate the bunker to chloroform the driver and pinch his uniform... but ahhh I can't help but think of those two bodies hidden behind a bush back up the road and picturing little Hans saying to his mum "Mutter?... Why hasn't Vater come home from work yet? He said he's not miss my Geburtstag!..<sniff> "

So I am disguised as a driver and I'm making my way up the road away from the bunker, but in front of me is a four man patrol, including an officer who (perhaps a little unrealistically) will recognize me the moment I drive by.

I passed this lot on the way in, but because of my Stormtrooper uniform (I expect they'd have spotted me if I'd been dressed as a Wookie.) and some fancy footwork to avoid the officers gaze, I slipped past unnoticed.

Now I could just get out and shoot them all with my submachine gun of course! Well for that matter it would be even less effort to simply mow them all down in the truck! No witnesses to see me past then... especially not if I reverse back over them to make sure I get the job done!

But wait... what would Ghandi say eh? What would Ghandi say...

There has to be a better way? I found a walkthrough, but it didn't mention this patrol and I suspect the writer disposed of them in a less than diplomatic fashion.

Any ideas?

Badger
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