Resistance Reawakens - Washington DC


Eigentümer CliffM


Typ Mosaik
24 / 7
Status 100% Online
Letzte Überprüfung 25/11/2018

Missionen 18
Gesamtlänge 6.08km
EFF 7.49
Gesamtzeit
Zu Fuß 2St. 02m / 06m 47s Ø
Per Fahrrad 1St. 10m / 03m 56s Ø

Portale 109  /  6.06 Ø
Unique Portale 93
Distanz Start / Endportal: 307.3 m

Hacks 93
Wegpunkt 16


Fortbewegungsmittel
Zu Fuß (100%)
Per Fahrrad (0%)
Auto (0%)
Mosaik
Barrierefreiheit
Anstrengung
Wegführung

Nächstliegende Mosaike:
- World War II Memorial0.3 km
- Presidential Washington0.61 km
- Mr President s Neighbor...0.76 km

Beschreibung

Visit some of the iconic sites of Washington DC and take home a souvenir from the September 23, 2017 anomaly. 18 mission series, hack only. Walking or biking only.

Kommentar des Erstellers
2018-07-05 Missions 15 and 16 have been fixed, so the banner should be doable now.

AdmralSnackbar

15-07-2019 21:30

I completed this banner in 80 minutes, which includes all the time waiting at crossing signals. I took the metro, got off at the Smithsonian station, and walked the 700 meters to the starting portal. Walkable, and it’s probably doable with a bike, if you stick to the sidewalks instead of biking on the road, as I was going against traffic as a pedestrian quite often.

Although some of the missions took me half a block from the main trek, the majority of the banner was laid out well, and the banner artwork is spectacular. Ends at the WWII memorial — if it’s hot out, dip your toes in the fountain and enjoy the beautiful memorial surrounding you.

My one negative about this banner was mission 15. All portals are accessible, but a large space of grass is fenced in, which prevents you from hacking one of the portals as you pass it. I had to loop an entire block backwards, walk into the “park” from the only path that seemed to lead into it, and then walk the same block length to hack the single portal.

vcafez

20-09-2018 6:16

I had one day to visit Washington DC and this banner led my way. I hopped off at the Federal Triangle Metro Station and was able to see plenty of the White House, Washington Monument, National Museum of African American History and Culture, as well as many other interesting viewpoints.

It was well elaborated: the missions start where the last one ended and, as a bonus, there were no uphills.

I did it by foot, took plenty of time to explore what was near the portals, eat, rest and enjoy.

The mosaic ends at the World War II Memorial, a great spot to rest, admire the beautiful summer sunset and reflect on our Humanity.

The nearest subway station was Smithsonian Station, but I took the chance for a walk on the National Mall to the Capitol and left at the Federal Central SW Metro Station.

I can't recommend this enough!! :)

Thank you, Resistance Agents!!

P.S.: I didn't have any problems with unaccessible portals or viewpoints -- all were easily reacheble as of Sept. 19th, 2018.

KingCpari

17-05-2018 4:35

Great banner! Love the color and design. <3
Only problem I encountered is during Mission 15/18 around the Washington Monument (the Obelisk). The area containing the portals is currently completely closed off by fences with no means to enter. If you step in the grass ignoring the tourists around, you will be able to get 4 (maybe 5) out of the 6 mission portals. I had a very hard time trying to reach the last 2 portals, spent more than an hour doing the single mission and got my shoes and socks all wet because it was a rainy day. I contacted the mission owner and he said that he will adjust the mission, but before that adjustment goes through, I'd recommend that you avoid doing this banner.

thewittyname

02-02-2018 17:32

This banner takes you in a giant loop around the White House, down to the Washington Monument and finishes at the WWII Memorial. This is an excellent route to see many of the attractions in this area of the Mall. Easily walkable in about 2.5 hours and unlike Mr. President's Neighborhood, this banner avoids any areas that are likely to be closed for security. This also has some of the best banner art out of DC's numerous mosaics. Highly recommended.