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A finished guidebook to city exploration, an exciting, mind-expanding pastime that encourages our animal instincts to discover and play in our personal atmosphere. contains every little thing you must start exploring little-known city areas like deserted structures, rooftops, building websites, drains, transit and software tunnels and extra. beneficial properties chapters on

* training
* recruiting
* preparation
* equipping
* social engineering

and different topics very important to the profitable city explorer.

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I was certainly guilty of this simple thinking in my younger days. " The advantages to this mindset, both to individual explorers and to the hobby as a whole, are innumerable. When you take a cool relic from a site, you not only vastly increase the potential charges against you if you are caught, you also up the odds that security will be increased in the future. More importantly, you diminish the experience for all future Access All Areas 21 explorers and damage the reputation of the urban exploration community as a whole.

Pay attention to your shadows and your reflections. Walk near walls instead of out in the open, don't pass directly in front of windows, avoid being backlit and try not to look tremendously suspicious while you're doing all of this. When you're sneaking through even a very sparsely populated area, you'll look very suspicious if it's obvious that you're constantly looking around and peering over your shoulder. Even in situations where you plan not to be seen at all, bear in mind that that is merely plan A, and that plan A disappears as soon as you realize you're on camera or some- Access All Areas 25 one's walking behind you.

Well, actually, you never need to tiptoe down a hallway. Tiptoeing is a scam invented by security forces so they'd be able to spot potential troublemakers more easily. You can walk quietly without making yourself look like a complete freak. Moving Silently When most people think of stealth they think of crouching low and hiding in the shadows, but staying silent is just as important. If you spend a lot of time trying to move silently, you'll come to loathe certain types of floors, particularly creaky wooden floors.

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