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The fun continues with the I.O.O.P.

Jan 11 // Matthew Razak

Last weekend we brought to your attention to the International Order of the Pawns, a group who has been getting in touch with some fans of BioShock 2 and sending them cryptic messages. Last week it was simply business cards, but this week Dtoid reader Milestailsprowe has received far more.

In the mail he not only received a pawn with the number 1 on it, but also a card with a code on it -- a code he cannot decipher. You can see it above and below in larger form. If you would like to help decipher it then please go ahead as we have tried as well and failed. Maybe something at the BioShock 2 Wiki can help or possibly something over at the official site. I may have come down harshly on this whole thing last week, but I just can't resist a good code that needs breaking.

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