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[[File:MITMH 2022 Structure.png|thumb|400x400px|Structure of the 2022 MIT Mystery Hunt]]'''[[MIT Mystery Hunt (2022)|MIT Mystery Hunt 2022]]''' was the 42nd iteration of the [[MIT Mystery Hunt]], with kickoff occurring on January 14th, 2022. Run by Palindrome, the hunt technically began prior to kickoff, with a series of optional Prologue puzzles released on December 13, 2021, and carrying an "intelligent/superpowered animals" theme known as Star Rats. When kickoff occurred in January, the opening skit seemed to be continuing with this theme, but was interrupted by the Hayden Library (a destination on MIT campus mentioned in the Prologue), disappeared into a large hole, which solvers would eventually learn was a place called "Bookspace". The hunt ultimately revolved around books, requiring teams to solve puzzles within children's books for the first two rounds, and then exploring locales based off of book genres via a hub world called "Pen Station". By exploring these regions and collecting parts to power the "Plot Device", teams could finally travel home via Tock the Watchdog's Phantom Tollbooth.
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'''[[MIT Mystery Hunt (2022)|MIT Mystery Hunt 2022]]''' was the 42nd iteration of the [[MIT Mystery Hunt]], with kickoff occurring on January 14th, 2022. Run by Palindrome, the hunt technically began prior to kickoff, with a series of optional Prologue puzzles released on December 13, 2021, and carrying an "intelligent/superpowered animals" theme known as Star Rats.
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When kickoff occurred in January, the opening skit seemed to be continuing with this theme, but was interrupted by the Hayden Library (a destination on MIT campus mentioned in the Prologue), disappeared into a large hole, which solvers would eventually learn was a place called "Bookspace". The hunt ultimately revolved around books, requiring teams to solve puzzles within children's books for the first two rounds, and then exploring locales based off of book genres via a hub world called "Pen Station". By exploring these regions and collecting parts to power the "Plot Device", teams could finally travel home via Tock the Watchdog's Phantom Tollbooth.
   
 
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Wordmark for the Prologue of the 2022 MIT Mystery Hunt (Star Rats). Designed by Justin Ladia, Palindrome.

From This Week's Featured Article

MIT Mystery Hunt 2022 was the 42nd iteration of the MIT Mystery Hunt, with kickoff occurring on January 14th, 2022. Run by Palindrome, the hunt technically began prior to kickoff, with a series of optional Prologue puzzles released on December 13, 2021, and carrying an "intelligent/superpowered animals" theme known as Star Rats.

When kickoff occurred in January, the opening skit seemed to be continuing with this theme, but was interrupted by the Hayden Library (a destination on MIT campus mentioned in the Prologue), disappeared into a large hole, which solvers would eventually learn was a place called "Bookspace". The hunt ultimately revolved around books, requiring teams to solve puzzles within children's books for the first two rounds, and then exploring locales based off of book genres via a hub world called "Pen Station". By exploring these regions and collecting parts to power the "Plot Device", teams could finally travel home via Tock the Watchdog's Phantom Tollbooth.

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