Get the Disturbance in the contour field log entry to get this mission offered.
Mission details and completion Edit
Some Reckoners have gone to the mountains, where in the deep ravines an anomaly zone of unknown nature has been found. They decided to explore it and went deeper. Some time later an unusual device has been found. It looked like one of the things which were made by the Creators. When the gliders moved closer, it opened and a container fell out. One of the Reckoners picked it up quickly.
The weakened protection of the gliders didn't bear the anomaly excitement. Immediately the gliders were destroyed. Only one survived.
The player should go to the half-stock plant, where he'll meet the Reckoner who survived. His name is RECWIL-25 and he will take him to the anomaly. When arriving there, there will be a warning about an unknown hazard on the screen. Still, the player has to resist the damage and pick up the container and some mechminds, lying there.
A new log entry will be created after reaching the place where RECWIL-25 thinks that it is too dangerous for him to proceed. It's called the anomaly found. He will mention a structure which can be seen in the canyon. But the damage from the anomaly is getting higher, if trying to get there.
Delivering the container to the Reckoners' main base, which can be found at the anomaly, creates the log entry unknown container. There is an unknown device in it and the base keeps it until someone can say for what it is.
Bringing at least one mechmind at the Reckoners' main base will complete the mission.
Ending this mission will unlock the next mission of the Reckoners' main base.
Ways to fail the mission Edit
- If the mechminds are delivered to an other base, they will be transferred and the mission can't be accomplished anymore. The mission won't be failed in this case, but is still going on, what can be fatal if the game wasn't saved for a long time.
- The names of the mechminds are RECK1, RECK2, RECK3 and RECK4. They will never appear in the world after delivering them, because they are just objects without data.