Papers Please Day 6
November 28th, 1982
Another paperwork requirement is introduced on Day Six, as all people entering the country for work must now have a Work Pass. In addition to the person’s name, the Work Pass also has a Valid work end date that must match up with the length of period the entrant states. Finally, although it is not something you will currently encounter, in the future seals may also be forged.
The second person to enter will give you a note that talks about a Dari Ludum, who is the seventh entrant of the day. If you enter Inspection Mode when Dari Ludum comes in and link the name on his passport to the note, or give him the note, you will be given the option to detain him. Much like Vince Lestrade on Day Five, approving, denying or detaining Dari Ludum does not change much except for the headlines the next day. You do not have to worry about wasting time on detaining him, as the day will be cut short regardless.
A terrorist attack shall occur on the ninth entrant or later, depending on whether or not you approve the ninth entrant, who has valid papers. The attack can cut the day short, but if it does not occur by 6pm, will also extend the day indefinitely until it does.
- All entrants must have a passport
- All documents must be current and not expired
- All foreigners must have a valid, unexpired entry permit
- All Arstotzkans must have a valid ID card
- All workers must have a valid work pass
- Entrant One is a worker with valid papers and work pass.
- Entrant Two is a young female out of Obristan with valid papers and work pass. She gives the inspector a Pink Vice ad. Regardless of if you approve or deny her, you will get a note from her talking about Dari Ludum.
- Entrant Five will be Jorji Costava if you did not allow him in on Day 4. He lacks an Entry Permit, and so approving him will get you a citation but also give you the Obristan token and corresponding Steam achievement if you have not yet already the latter.
- Entrant Seven will be Dari Ludum. As noted above, his papers are valid, so if you do not interrogate him or detain him, denying him will get you a citation.
- Entrant Nine is a Kolechian with valid papers. Approving him or her will result in the end of the day via a terrorist attack. If you deny him or her, the next person to be approved will cause the attack instead.
Introduction (after regular Q/A):
- Oh. Here.
- [gives a Pink Vice ad]
After getting her documents back:
- Please help me.
- [gives a note]
- The ninth entrant will be the terrorist, unless you deny entry to him or her. If that is the case, the next person approved will be the terrorist. If you do not have any citations up to the ninth person, you can attempt to get at least one more ‘correct’ procession in for more credits by rejecting him or her, and denying the next person in line if his or her paperwork is not correct, and onwards until you approve somebody. Once you have two citations, be sure to get the next person correct. You have all the time needed until the terrorist attack occurs, so do not rush things.