Locations

Each of the locations provides various clues and hints towards other places of interest. It does not matter which order the characters visit the locations; nor do they need to visit all them.

Al-Nazeb's Cave (Masjid as-Salafi Mosque)

The entrance to the cave is under the Masjid as-Salafi Mosque whose construction led to the cave's discovery in 1910. The imam of the mosque, Munib Younan, is in his sixties and has lived all his life in the area. While not a radical or firebrand preacher he is a devout traditionalist and will be suspicious of non-Palestinians, but is polite and welcoming in the finest tradition of Islam. If the characters can convince him the documentary they are filming will be respectful of his mosque and religion he will proudly show off the cave.

Access to the cave is via the mosque's cellar where a wooden door fills the cave's entrance. The door is kept locked at all times. The imam is the only person with a key and it takes him five minutes to find it in his desk.

Automatic
The cave is narrow, only 5' at it widest but stretches back 20'. The cave is empty but the rough walls of the caves are covered in scratches and marks.
Easy
Covering every surface, including the ceiling, there are symbols crudely scratched into the rock. The same sequence of symbols is repeated over and over but sometimes their size varies. Shards of broken rock on the ground show clear signs of being used to carve the symbols.
Moderate
Beneath a covering of dirt the bare rock of the floor is also covered with the same symbols. They and the symbols on the wall all seem to focus on a small blank patch of rock at the rear of the cave.
Hard
Broken fragments of flat stone in one corner look like they have been used for drawing practice. Each one has a rough version of the One Beyond symbol.

Through study of the symbols on the wall characters may become enlightened about the outer dark. Once awakened to the magic of the symbols the characters may discover the meaning and power behind the symbols engraved by Al-Nazeb. This needs not happen in the cave and may be done by studying photos or rubbings of the symbols at a later time.

Automatic
MotStar StoneThe One BeyondThe Outer Dark.
Easy
The One Beyond [Protection] uses The Outer Dark [Power] against Mot [Corruption] as a form of containment.
Moderate
The Star Stone uses the concept of Fate / Destiny but its relationship to the other symbols is unclear.
Hard
The Star Stone and The Outer Dark symbols are linked and intertwined in some way.

Ahmed Yassin's Apartment

Ahmed Yassin's address is tricky to find unless the characters speak to Tawfiq Canaan's family. He used a false name for official records making him almost impossible to track down via conventional means. However, he was hurt in a car crash two years ago and the Ramallah Government Hospital has an address under the name Ahmed Yassin.

The apartment is above the Shahror Lady Salon (a beauty parlour) on the eastern side of the city. Access to the apartment is via an external flight of stairs. The door is locked but the building has a flat roof which can easily be reached. A trapdoor which leads from the roof to the apartment has been broken open. The apartment has been thoroughly searched by the Harbingers of Revolutionary Jihad who removed all material obviously relating to the outer dark, but did miss a few things useful to the characters.

Automatic
This small but well-furnished apartment has been wrecked. Every piece of furniture has been smashed apart, carpets ripped up and cushions cut open. There is a pungent smell of rotting meat coming from the closed fridge. (This is simply rotting food but it provides the Game Leader with a tool to increase the tension).
Easy
In the mess there are books on the art of the ancient world. Several sketchbooks contain neat and precise drawings of various ancient artifacts such as Greek urns and Egyptian grave goods.
Moderate
In one of the numerous sketchbooks there are drawings of Al-Nazeb's stone in the same neat style, but there are also sketches of the Israeli Defence Force in a much wilder style.
Hard
One sketch, clearly worked on for some time, shows an Israeli patrol driving down a road on a rocky hillside and passing over a culvert.

The women working in the Shahror Lady Salon below may be able to answer some questions.

Automatic
Ahmed has lived above the shop for five years. Occasionally clients ask for henna tattoos and Ahmed provides unique designs.
Easy
They haven't seen him in seven or eight weeks and are worried he has caught the plague.
Moderate
Ahmed was quiet but friendly once you got to know him. He lived alone and seemed to have few friends.
Hard
Apart from the occasional bit of work for the salon, no one knew what he did for a living.

Culvert

The dry stream bed which runs past the village of Qira and into the storm drains of the Old City starts high on the hill. In the rain the water quickly runs off the hillside into the stream bed and can become a fast-flowing stream in minutes. When the Israelis constructed Camp Nathan near the hilltop they laid a new road which bisected the stream. To prevent flooding they placed a concrete pipe under the road to allow the water to continue to flow down the hill without washing the road away.

Automatic
The road leads up to the Israeli base on the hilltop. A dry stream bed runs under a road via a culvert made of a 6' wide concrete pipe. Inside the pipe are symbols scratched into the concrete.
Easy
The four symbols are scratched 4' high across the roof and sides of the pipe.
Moderate
Though only scratched into the surface, some care has been taken over the drawing of the symbols. They are sized and spaced to perfectly fill the pipe's surfaces and there are parts which have been gone over twice or more to correct mistakes or provide emphasis.
Hard
There are lots of cigarette butts in a spot outside the pipe which would give a good view up and down the road.

Symbols:

Automatic
MotRomansScreamStar Stone.
Easy
The Mot [Corruption] uses Star Stone [Power] to target Romans [Occupier] with Scream [Punishment]. These symbols form a curse targeted at the Israelis.
Moderate
The way the magic has been used is flawed or imprecise.
Hard
The magic actually uses the Star Stone [Power] with Mot [Corruption] on Romans [City] and Scream [Universal].

After ten minutes of investigation, an Israeli patrol will arrive. See the section on The Authorities in Episode One, Events.

Old City

The Old City is on the north-eastern edge of Ramallah and most of the buildings date back to the 19th and early 20th century. The layout of Ramallah's main throughways isolates the Old City from the bulk of the city's urban sprawl, giving this district a very different feel. The buildings are showing their age and the area is a low-rent residential district. The streets are crooked and too narrow for most vehicles.

Due to the plague, access to the Old City is limited by both Palestinian and Israeli checkpoints. Only residents can enter or leave with ease; anyone else will be turned away. However, the characters may be able to talk or bribe their way through. Alternatively they could attempt to dodge the checkpoints by travelling on foot into the area via the numerous unguarded alleyways.

Once in the area the team will have to spend time exploring the streets and talking to those few people around.

Automatic
The narrow streets of this run-down area are quiet. Businesses are shuttered and many houses appear deserted. Pervading the entire area is a faint smell of decay reminiscent of the hospital.
Easy
The Old City is isolated by major roads on its south and west sides. The land on its north and eastern sides is bare rocky ground sloping steeply upwards, and clearly unsuitable for building on. A narrow wadi (dry stream bed) runs down the hill into a large storm drain running under the Old City.
Moderate
On the hill above the Old City the bright security lights of an Israeli Defence Force base are visible.
Hard
Walking past a closed bakery, the name above the door, Ja'afar Touqan, rings a bell in the character's mind.

Qira

The village of Qira is about a mile outside of Ramallah, on a hillside overlooking the city. At the top of the hill, about another mile further on, there is Camp Nathan. The Culvert is about 500 yards away, between the village and the base.

Automatic
The village is about halfway up the hillside and at the end of an unpaved road. The village consists of around twenty homes of crude, breeze block construction. All the houses are shut and there are no signs of any activity.
Easy
A dry stream bed runs down the hill, around two sides of the village, and continues towards the Old City area of the Ramallah.
Moderate
There is noise from one of the houses, suggesting someone is still living here.
Hard
A little old woman is watching the characters through the cracks in shutters.

The woman is the last resident of the village and is wary of strangers but can be talked round, especially with flattery and money.

Automatic
Her name is Shadia Mansour and she is aged 83 and the last resident of the village. Nearly everyone else has died of the plague, but a handful linger in the hospital and a few have fled the area. In all, around eighty men, women and children from these homes have died.
Easy
Shadia has not been affected by the plague though her son, granddaughter and three of her great-grandchildren have died from it.
Moderate
She credits her survival to Allah and her daily walk to the Masjid as-Salafi Mosque for prayers (a round trip of five miles). Her father helped build the mosque and she grew up next door to it.
Hard
The route Shadia takes walking to the mosque does not cross the dry wadi or go near the Culvert.

Ramallah Government Hospital

The Ramallah Government Hospital is located on the southern outskirts of the city. It is a modern, two-storey building serving the city and surrounding area. Though not up to the level of hospitals in London or New York it is reasonably well-equipped and staffed. However, it is overwhelmed by the influx of patients, many of whom are on makeshift beds in corridors. There is a unpleasant smell of human excrement and rotting flesh throughout the hospital.

Dr Bissan Rafe is the chief administrator and can provide general information on the epidemic:

Automatic
The hospital is at breaking point because of the influx of patients. They are turning away any cases not linked to the epidemic to lessen the workload. However, other hospitals in the area are not accepting patients they suspect of being infected and are sending them here.
Easy
There is not one epidemic, instead a range of diseases has suddenly become prevalent which includes all three types of plague (pneumonic, bubonic and septicaemic), syphilis and dysentery. It was about five weeks ago that the bubonic plague was first diagnosed in a man called Ja'afar Touqan, who died a few days later.
Moderate
The UN epidemiology team arrived almost immediately after the first death to help investigate the source of the plague. So far the UN team has not identified the source of the disease nor how it is being transmitted.
Hard
According to hospital records, over 300 patients have been admitted with either the plague, syphilis or dysentery and over 60% have died despite treatment.

The doctors and nurses can provide the team with pertinent medical details:

Automatic
All the staff are tired and stressed but dedicated to treating the patients. The extra supplies and equipment supplied by the UN are making the job easier.
Easy
A lot of patients are dying and the doctors do not know why. The diseases seem exceptionally virulent.
Moderate
All three diseases are treatable and rarely lead to death if they are caught early enough. The cases of syphilis are the most perplexing because it normally takes decades to kill a patient. Instead, the disease is running though all three stages of its infection in just weeks or even days.
Hard
Because the diseases are not responding to treatment, many of the staff suspect the diseases are a form of biological warfare. They have all been warned about speaking out about this as the Palestinian government is afraid of causing a panic.

Talking directly to the patients or to the staff about the patients can reveal:

Automatic
The patients are all local Palestinians.
Easy
There are whole families who are in the hospital together.
Moderate
Most patients are from the Old City area of the Ramallah.
Hard
Not all the patients are from the city, there is a small contingent from a tiny village called Qira just on the outskirts.

Assisting the local staff are numerous doctors from the UN, a number of which are staying in the same hotel as the characters.

Automatic
The UN team are experts in diseases, both how they are treated and how they spread. They are working with the local staff and sharing all information.
Easy
The senior UN staff are very worried because they don't understand how the diseases are spreading or why they are so deadly. They are afraid it will spread beyond the city.
Moderate
Some of the UN doctors have visited Camp Nathan, an Israeli army base which is under quarantine.
Hard
The Israeli base was quarantined several days before the first Palestinian victim turned up at the hospital.

Ramallah Museum

The Ramallah Museum is a drab two-storey concrete building with double doors. One of the glass panes in the doors is cracked and held together by parcel tape. The hand-painted sign above the doors is the only clue that this is not an office block or tenement building. The conditions inside the museum are similarly basic with most of the displays consisting of photographs and explanatory notes interspersed with the occasional glass display cabinet. Despite its low-tech and unfunded appearance, as the characters arrive a party of school children are excitedly exploring the museum with their teachers.

The team will need to wait in the museum lobby for a few minutes until the museum's director, Dr Mahmoud Darwish, arrives to greet them.

Automatic
Hanging around in the lobby is a guard armed with an AK-47. Around the walls there are various photos showing the museum's 60 year history.
Easy
There are no signs of CCTV or alarms.
Moderate
In one corner of the lobby is a selection of photos showing the museum's renovation, various members of staff and supporters. One photo shows Dr Darwish shaking hands with Yousef al-Masri.
Hard
To one side, in a montage of informal photos, Yousef al-Masri is visible holding Al-Nazeb's stone next to the stone's display case.

Dr Mahmoud Darwish is the Director of the museum. He is open and welcoming to the team, giving them full access to the museum and his staff. They have nothing to hide and are delighted for this chance to publicise their work. He can only answer very general questions about Al-Nazeb, the theft and the city's history but he will be able to direct the characters to the appropriate member of staff or section of the archives.

The museum's prime exhibit is (or was) Al-Nazeb's remains and his stone. Unlike the rest of the exhibits, some attempt has been made to present Al-Nazeb's story in a modern and interesting way. Central to the display is an empty case which once contained the stone.

Automatic
The story of Al-Nazeb being walled up in his cave first appeared in a Roman text written around 350CE (about 300 years after the event). It describes how 'the hermit Al-Nazeb cast the marked man into the great pit and took the stone to his cave and ordered it be sealed'.
Easy
Al-Nazeb is mentioned twice in writings contemporary to his life. The first refers to a priest called Al-Nazeb being banished from the temple of Ahura Mazda (a Zoroastrian god). The second mentions a prophet called Al-Nazeb living in the hills above Ramallah.
Moderate
One text from around 120CE refers to how 'a great plague which rotted the flesh and emptied the bowels ravaged the city of Ramallah until a hermit struck down the evil sign."
Hard
An alternate translation of the phrase "cast the marked man into the great pit" would be "drove the tattooed man into the outer dark".

Al-Nazeb's cave :

Automatic
The cave was discovered by workmen building what is now the Masjid as-Salafi mosque. Sir Percival Moore was in Jerusalem and he came to investigate. The cave had been deliberately sealed and inside he found a skeleton and a strange black rock.
Easy
The skeleton and the stone were the only artifacts recovered but Moore took several photographs and made notes. These describe the cave as being bare apart from unknown symbols or marks scratched in to the wall.
Moderate
One photograph, not on display, shows the walls of the cave covered in scratches but the details cannot be made out.
Hard
Another photograph shows Al-Nazeb's stone sitting on the ground near the far end of the cave. A skull is visible a few feet away.

Al-Nazeb's skeleton is on display along with an artist's rendition of him based on the skull's dimensions.

Automatic
The skeletal remains are of an adult male, aged between thirty and fifty, who was 6' high - an unusual height for the time.
Easy
The skull has a pronounced supraorbital ridge which would have given Al-Nazeb pronounced eyebrows and deep-set eyes. This is shown in the artist's drawing of Al-Nazeb.
Moderate
The bones, and particularly the skull, have a distinctive pattern of scarring known as caries sicca. This is common in people with advanced forms of syphilis.
Hard
Buried in the archives are the results of an attempt to use radio-carbon dating on the skeleton. A small piece of bone was tested but the results were inconclusive, suggesting the sample material was contaminated.

The characters cannot examine Al-Nazeb's stone themselves but there is a photo which occupies the stone's place in the display cabinet. In the archives there are various studies and reports on the stone dating back to 1910.

Automatic
A black, irregular rock no more than 15cm long and 10cm wide.
Easy
Geologists have confirmed the rock is not native to this region but have been unable to identify it. It may be from a meteorite but this is unlikely.
Moderate
The nature of the rock is similar to the Black Stone, the focal point of the Kaaba in Mecca and Islam's holiest site.
Hard
After Howard Carter's discovery of Tutankhamun and media speculation of a pharaohs's curse some suggested Al-Nazeb's Stone was cursed. They cite the death of Sir Percival Moore a few months after his work on Al-Nazeb's cave as evidence.

The fate of the temple of Ahura Mazda is irrelevant to the characters' investigation. Its destruction on the night of the shooting star was the result of an accidentally-knocked-over oil lamp, but there is no way for the players to know this.

Automatic
Ahura Mazda is the mythical founder of Zoroastrianism. The temple to him was built around the 3rd century BCE when Ramallah was flourishing from its position on the trade route to Petra.
Easy
The temple was destroyed around 43CE, about the time of the shooting star and the plague. It was never rebuilt.
Moderate
Archeological evidence places the temple in the area now known as the Old City. The remains of a building which might have been the temple were found along with evidence of an intense fire.
Hard
By the early to mid first century CE the Zoroastrian religion was already in decline across the region.

Information on the theft of Al-Nazeb's stone can be gathered by talking to members of the staff.

Automatic
The theft happened on the night of 23rd/24th September, the day after the shooting star. The museum's night watchman Tawfiq Canaan went missing at the same time and there were no signs of a break-in or a struggle. The police suspect the watchman of stealing the stone for a foreign collector.
Easy
Tawfiq Canaan is described as being a man in his late twenties who was awkward around people, kept to himself and chain-smoked. He had no real friends at the museum.
Moderate
Tawfig had been a guard for two years and was overjoyed to get the job. He was interested in history though lacked the education or intellect to really pursue it.
Hard
One of the staff saw Tawfiq Canaan with a mutual acquaintance, Walid Touqan, several times. Walid works in his brother's bakery in the Old City.

Roman Ruins

Situated north of the city are the ruins of the only Roman fort in the region. It sits on a hilltop overlooking a long valley. Apart from the stumps of a few ancient walls there is nothing visible or of interest on the surface. After a few minutes exploring the team will find the entrance to a cellar cut into the bedrock.

The cellar consists of two small rooms. The outer chamber is bare except for sand and some litter but the inner chamber is more interesting.

Automatic
This tiny room has clearly been used to camp in. Two sleeping bags are visible on the floor along with a small camping stove, empty tins of food and rubbish.
Easy
One of the sleeping bags contains sand, a wallet belonging to Tawfiq Canaan and a phone with a dead battery. The battery is dead but once charged the call log shows the phone was last used on the 12th October to call the Touqan Bakery. Also in the contacts and call log are numbers for Ahmed Yassin and Bulus Farah.
Moderate
In the rubbish there is an article torn out of a newspaper from the 5th October. It describes the plight of the villagers from Zayta who have abandoned their homes because ghosts have haunted it ever since the shooting star. There are also numerous empty packs of dried henna of the type used in temporary tattoos.
Hard
On the inside of Tawfiq Cannan's sleeping bag there are henna stains from freshly applied tattoos which have rubbed against the bag's liner. Though badly smudged the characters can just make out the symbol for Or-Karpi.

The cellar was occupied by Tawfiq Canaan and Ahmed Yassin for a few days in early October, ever since they realised the plague was spreading beyond the Israeli forces. As they hid Ahmed experimented with the stone, learning more symbols, and by accident turned Tawfiq into an or-karpi.

As the team explores the small cellars, the sand creature version of Tawfiq will appear in the outer chamber, its vaguely humanoid shape forming from the sand littering the room. Though little of the man's consciousness remains it has not yet become the dangerous or-karpi found in Episode Three, The Tower. Mostly the creature is just confused and scared.

Tawfiq / the or-karpi gives the characters a problem: what to do now? The only two options available are to leave Tawfiq alone or to destroy it. Left alone the or-karpi will disappear into the surrounding terrain now that its hiding place has been discovered. Eventually it will find its way to the Sinai peninsular where it will become one more desert myth.

An or-karpi's constantly morphing form makes it almost impervious to physical damage, but destroying Tawfiq with magic is straightforward. The characters need to put together an attack using outer dark symbols and beat a resistance of 2d6+2. Award situation bonuses to Tawfiq if the characters use symbols which are ephemeral, e.g. just drawn in the sand. A successful attack will dissipate the magic holding it together and the creature will be reduced to a pile of lifeless sand.

Undeniable Evidence

Whatever happens to Tawfiq the characters must face a new reality. When they have time to reflect on what they saw, either on the trip back to the hotel or lying in their bed that night, they must fight to retain their sanity. Each character must resist an attack of 2d6+2 plus:

Character used magic against the Sand Creature
2d6+2 per attempt
Character witnessed magic being used
1d6+1
The character is or was previously in denial about magic, e.g. refusing to accept it or deliberately avoiding witnessing it
1d6+1
The character is a scientist
1d6+1
The character has a strong religious faith
1d6+1

A failure to resist results in the character gaining one of the following status effects: Paranoia, Self-Medication, Distraction and Detachment.

Sewer

Characters may enter the sewers from the Touqan Family Bakery or via the storm drains on the edge of the Old City. The only thing of note in the sewers is the body of Walid Touqan which was dumped there by the Harbingers of Revolutionary Jihad. The corpse has been carried a short distance by the sewers' flow to a junction where it has become stuck.

The characters will easily spot the body lying in a just few inches of sewerage, but the magic of the outer dark flowing through the sewers has done strange things to the corpse. As the characters reach the body it sits up and projectile vomits a stream of decomposing intestines and sewerage directly at the characters. They must resist 4d6+4 against the terror of the situation or gain the Fear and Nightmares status effects (both effects have CPs equal to the degree of success). Allow situation bonuses for characters near the back of the team or who otherwise cannot see what is happening. Having sprayed the leading characters, the corpse falls back and does not move again.

The Fear status effect is short-lived, only lasting for the scene or until otherwise removed. Encourage victims of Fear to role play the situation by running away, barging past their colleagues and slipping in the dark, wet, slimy tunnels. Once the excitement is over the characters may examine the corpse.

Automatic
The naked decomposing body of an Arabic male, somewhere in their twenties or thirties, lies a short distance from a ladder and an incorrectly placed manhole cover.
Easy
It is no more than a week old and has henna tattoos of strange symbols on the flesh.
Moderate
There are numerous minor wounds on the body and several fingers and toes have been cut off prior to death. The fatal blow was a deep neck wound.
Hard
The killing blow severed the large arteries of the neck along with the oesophagus and the windpipe in one cut. This is how animals being slaughtered for halal (permissible under Islamic law) meat are killed.

The symbols on the body are:

Automatic
Eye of the StormGuardianMotRomans.
Easy
The magic uses Guardian [Escape] against Romans [Occupiers] and Mot [Corruption] to ward away both the disease and the Israelis.
Moderate
The Eye of the Storm [Permanence] ensures the protection is ongoing.
Hard
The Eye of the Storm has two other concepts - Focus and Violence. It is possible the magic made it easier for those with violent intent to find him.

Tawfiq Canaan's Family

Tawfiq lived with his parents, brothers and extended family in one of Ramallah's numerous highrise apartment blocks. His address will be supplied by the museum though they warn the characters that the police have already spoken to the family. The characters need to convince the family they are trying to help Tawfiq before they can gain any information from them. This task might be aided by Hakam, Tawfiq's 10 year cousin who is a big fan of Mystery! Science! TV and may recognise some of the presenters in the team.

Automatic
The family have not seen Tawfiq since he went to work on the 23rd September.
Easy
Tawfiq was a good person, with no real friends or hobbies. He did little other than work, watch the TV and play video games.
Moderate
He had one friend. A man named Ahmed who lived above the Shahror Lady Salon. The family only found out about Ahmed when Tawfiq's sister wanted a henna tattoo and Tawfiq recommend the salon and Ahmed. This was two years ago and everyone remembers it because the family were surprised that Tawfiq knew anyone outside of his family or workplace.
Hard
Hakem reveals that a few months ago he was with Tawfiq. They went to a bakery where Tawfiq spoke to the owner for a while. The boy cannot remember where the bakery was other than in it was in the Old City.

Touqan Family Bakery

The bakery is situated in one of the Old City's larger streets. Ja'afar Touqan was the first victim of the disease in the city thanks to his brother's involvement in the History Club. Walid Touqan had protected himself from the disease but he failed to anticipate the danger Ja'afar was in. Since Ja'afar died the bakery has been shut and Walid has remained hidden and avoided contact with the other members of the History Club.

Unfortunately for Walid Touqan the Harbingers of Revolutionary Jihad tracked him down a week ago in their search for Ahmed Yassin and the stone. They spent several hours torturing Walid who was unable to tell them where Ahmed or any of the other cult members were hiding. The Jihadists killed Walid and disposed of the body in the sewer via the manhole behind the bakery.

Automatic
The sign over the shop's door says "Ja'afar Touqan and Family Bakery". An alleyway runs down the side of the building and there is an apartment above the shop. The shop's glass doors are shut but display a number of posters and adverts. The shop and the apartment above are dark and quiet.
Easy
The alleyway leads to a backyard where a door into the building stands slightly ajar.
Moderate
One of the posters on the shop front is for the History Club with the headline "Improve your life today with the secrets of the past". There is a name, Ahmed Yassin, and a phone number.
Hard
In the yard there is a manhole whose cover has not been put back properly.

The back door leads into the bakery itself where the ovens are cold and everything is tidy. A staircase leads up to the apartment whose door has been smashed in.

Automatic
The apartment is completely trashed. Shelves and drawers have been emptied on the floor, pillows and mattresses have been cut open and their contents scattered.
Easy
On the kitchen floor there is a considerable amount of dried blood under all the detritus. There are spots of blood leading to the door and down the stairs. All the blood appears to be several days old.
Moderate
In the mess there is a photo which shows four young men standing beside a road sign which says "Petra 10KM". It shows Walid Touqan, Tawfiq Canaan, Bulus Farah and Ahmed Yassin though the characters may not recognise everyone. Walid may be identified via other pictures in the house and by the body in the sewer. The museum will be able to identify Tawfiq but Ahmed can only be identified once his apartment is found. Bulus Farah will be recognised only when the characters visit the Culvert and are arrested by the Israelis.
Hard
In the detritus there is a novelty USB drive in the shape of a pen, apparently missed by whoever searched the place. On it are shaky, long-range photos of Yousef al-Masri visiting the Ramallah Museum.
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