Errata, major news, etc. will be posted here as well as delivered via email.
The tombstone for Neptune III should have the text "Neptune III" or just "Neptune" replaced with "Blue Stream" each place it appears. This update should be live on the website now.
Dr. Nautilus has generously given you access to the entirety of the Chemistry Lab. Happy puzzling!
We've fixed the bug that was causing display issues on the hints page. Please refresh your page and check for anything you might have missed.
I am pleased to announce that the Nautilodestone was found by Luck, I Am Your Father at 5:02 AM on Sunday, January 18, 2015.
Sealab will remain open until 6:00 PM today. Wrapup will be tomorrow, Monday, January 19, at 12:17 PM, in Kresge Auditorium.
Congratulations to Luck, I Am Your Father! I look forward to learning of their plans for future exploration.
Sealab is happy to report that the Oracle is now able to answer questions about meta puzzles and metameta puzzles.
The pizza for the study break sponsored by Hudson River Trading arrived early, so come get it while it's hot! The study break is on the third floor of the student center.
I'll be closing Sealab at 6:17pm tonight. After you finish solving, if you got a team base from us, please make sure to clean up the room, make sure the desks or chairs are arranged the way they were when you got the room -- set up for a class -- and that anything you brought to the room is removed. We'd like all of that to be completed by Monday at 9am, but let Sealab know if your team will need more time to clean up.
Finally, wrap-up will be at 12:17pm on Monday in Kresge Auditorium (W16). I hope to see you there!
Sealab is now closed, but Dr. Nautilus wanted to remind you to submit puzzle feedback surveys! In case you missed it, there's a "Submit Feedback" link in the corner of every puzzle page, and we'd love to know what you loved and didn't love about the puzzles.
Wrapup will be tomorrow (Monday) at 12:17 pm in Kresge Auditorium.
As a reminder, please please clean up your rooms if you have rooms reserved on campus. Make sure that all of the trash is picked up, the surfaces are clean, the chairs and tables are arranged normally as when you found them, and the boards are erased. Failure to do so will endanger the Mystery Hunt's ability to continue to reserve space on campus in future hunts.
Now that the Nautilodestones have been found and Sealab is packing up, I've posted the solutions to all of the puzzles you found in the ocean on the M.Y.S.T.E.R.Y. H.U.N.T. website. Thanks for joining my exploration!
We will be selling more M.Y.S.T.E.R.Y. H.U.N.T. shirts at Wrap-up tomorrow, so if you didn't get a chance to buy them, you can do so then. And we can now confirm that, indeed, they are (part of) a puzzle.