140.85 Colonel Roy Campel
Colonel: Snake, is everything alright? It's been too long; you've skipped one of are schedualed updates.
Snake: They know that something is wrong, but they don't know what yet. Things are getting heated. I've had to leave <u>three</u> decoys around the site to cover my tracks.
Colonel: Well, what's happened so far?
Snake: Well, first, I found this weird miser at the bottom of a sewer. He was playing with a duel-screened handheld that said "Wario Ware Inc." on the side. He said that he'd never speak a word about me to anyone if I gave him a badge that I had. It was weird, because after I gave it to him, I still had it with me...
Colonel: Was it...a glitch or something...?
Snake: I'm not sure, but I left a decoy box in the area just in case.
Colonel: Alright, what happend then?
Snake: Ok, I used the sewer to find a hidden passage that would take me farther inside the castle then I could normally go. I ended up in an empty room with a bag full of letters. I think it was around six to ten letters in the bag. I left a decoy box around that area as well.
Colonel: I guess it's not out of the ordinary for a popular tourist attraction like Toad's Castle would have a mail room. Go on.
Snake: Alright. Well, I continued on to the next room, which was a large newspaper printing room. I found one paper on the ground which looked like it was printed in the 18th century or something. I hid the last decoy box under a part of the machine nearby, and went on my way.
Colonel: Toad's Castle must of been passed down through a line of Toad's from the Mushroom Kingdom of the past. I guess that castle is older than we thought. Where are you now?
Snake: I can't tell you just yet. I've got the feeling that I'm closer to being found than I look. I'll answer you calls as soon as I can.
Colonel: Good luck, Snake