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here you go.  There was just a write-up and no picture:
 
RAPID BLOOD SCREENING
Since white blood cells are the army that helps a body fight infection, doctors are always interested in taking
them from blood samples. But only about 1 in 700 blood cells is a white, and faster and faster methods are
always needed for screening out the whites.
MISSION - Get the syringe to Base. Then separate the white blood cells from the red ones (this part
can be done by hand). Finally, get ONLY the whites blood cells into the patient’s area (anywhere in
the non-orange region at the east of the mat). The syringe and any blood cells in it may be handled/
separated by hand as soon as any part of the syringe reaches Base.
SYRINGE IN BASE = 25 Points
ALL THREE WHITE BLOOD CELLS IN PATIENT’S AREA = 15 Points
TOUCH PENALTY OBJECTS - Red blood cells are this game’s “touch penalty objects” as described in the
Rules. They’re each worth automatic/free points anywhere on the field. But touching the active robot
outside Base causes the referee to take one red blood cell from the field, each time, until they’re gone.
RED BLOOD CELLS NOT TAKEN BY THE REFEREE = 5 Points each
 
Lloyd O'Hara
Coach, Crestwood Monarchs


Sep 29, 2010 12:52:54 PM, [log in to unmask] wrote:
>I apologize if this has already been discussed, but I can't seem to find the
>mission details for the ramp and syringe. I'm I missing something?
>
>Thanks -
>Hilary Sharpe
>
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