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The timmy express.
After completing "The New Kid in Town" you will be introduced Sir Timmy's Travel express which will then start the quest.There are 12 fast travel flags which can be found all over South Park. The following list starts from the bottom of South Park to the top.
- The first flag can be found in Cartman's backyard after completion of "The New Kid in Town".
- The Second is at the bus stop to the left of your your house.
- The Third is found in the Neighborhood west of the Bus Stop in front of Kevin Stoley's house (kid that cosplays as a vulcan).
- The Fourth is in front of the School west of Kevin Stoley's house.
- The Fifth is in front of Kenny's house which is east of Kyle's (warning: path is blocked by rats in the beginning of the game so you might have to take a detour by taking the south path from the playground).
- The Sixth is in the backyard of Kyle's house which is east of Cartman's (cannot be found until you activate the main story quest "Unconformist").
- The Seventh is in the Downtown area in front of the Post Office.
- The Eighth is in front of the church directly west of Downtown.
- The Ninth is found in front of the Photo Dojo directly east of Downtown.
- The Tenth is found at the U-Stor-It facility east of the Bijou Theatre.
- The Eleventh is found in front of Token's house.
- The Final one is in front of the Tower of Peace west of Token's House.
Reward: You befriend Timmy
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Anyone who needs help finding their way around the mystical land of Zaron can call upon the services of Fast Travel Timmy to take them to any of the designated "stops" around town, whether it's for takeout by City Wok , or behind the Cartman Residence , Fast Travel Timmy can get you where you need to be! He would later re-utilize these talents as the founder of the HandiCar corporation.
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The player, King Douchebag , utilizes aforementioned services to get around town. Timmy plays no role in the game's storyline and grants a friend request once all stops are unlocked.
- Like Kyle Broflovski , Timmy had a very different identity in the Black Friday episodes - here he was acknowledged as Sir Timmy of Blacklake .
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You have to collect 12 flags with the Timmy Express logo on them.
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As you wander across South Park, you'll find the 12 Timmy Express flags.
- Kingdom of Kupa Keep - impossible to miss as it automatically activates.
- Bus Stop - automatically activates as the game explains its role.
- Neighborhood - outside Kevin Stoley's house.
- School - in front of South Park Elementary.
- Church - outside the Church.
- Downtown - in front of the Post Office.
- East Downtown - right before the entrance to the Basketball Court and playground.
- U-Stor-It - in front of the U-Stor-It facility.
- Dark Meadows Estates - outside Token's House.
- Restaurant Row - in front of the Tower of Peace.
- Kenny's House - outside Kenny's House.
- The Elven Kingdom - inaccessible until Day 2.
Upon finding all twelve, Timmy will friend you on Facebook and you can fast travel anywhere in South Park with a Timmy Express flag located there.
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- While this quest can be found on Day 1, it cannot be completed until Day 2, as the last flag is in the Elven Kingdom which can only be accessed on the second day.
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The main character in South Park: The Fractured But Whole moves at a glacial pace. A lot of players are irked by the speed, and the absence of a sprint button. Getting across town can be really tedious, especially in the later stages, when you’re hunting for stuff you might have missed. Thankfully, there’s a way to cover great distances quickly, thanks to your good buddy Fastpass. He can pick you up and drop you off at ten locations around town. In this guide, we’re going to show you all fast travel locations in South Park Fractured But Whole .
Where to find fast travel points?
In order to unlock a fast travel point, you’ll have to approach it and interact with it. This will activate it, and mark it on your map with a little red flag. Afterwards, you’ll be able to use it at any time. Here’s the list of all the points we’ve discovered, along with a map:
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- In front of Token’s house, to the right (thanks to Damian for the tip)
- Behind Kenny’s house in the homeless camp – SoDoSoPa (thanks to Damian for the tip)
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Nevermind, ignore me. Im an idiot. I didn’t realize you had to get to a certain point to get it.
Take off the one in front of tokens house. it doesn’t exist. That was the first game that had a flag there.
I have all the flags and its not there. That may be the first game you’re thinking about because there was a flag there in the first game.
I cant find the one at tokens house.
It’s east from the main gate entrance. Now when I think about it, I’ve also haven’t seen it early on in the game. Maybe it shows up a bit later in the game, like day two?
I went to Token’s House day 2 (because the police quest “Blind Justice” had me break in and beat/arrest Token’s dad), and the Fast Travel location isn’t there. I assume that the Fast Travel spot is added when the barrel of “lava” by the movie theater gets neutralized, but I’ll let you know.
The Fast Travel location in front of Token’s house appears on Day 3 (after you fight through the U-Stor-It warehouse on Night 2).
The 10th and final location is near Tokens house
Thanks, I’ve added it to the list.
My mistake, there is actually one more fast travel location and it’s behind Kenny’s house in the homeless camp.
I have found them all but it is still staying i need to active 1 more, any ideas?
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Cheeky South Park: The Stick of Truth side quests give you plenty of excuses to explore the weird town, in addition to tracking down that eponymous twig of veracity. By tracking them through the Map, some will automatically reveal the locations of objectives, but for others, you'll need to explore and find the required items yourself. We've put this guide together to show you exactly where all the side quest collectibles can be found, so you don't have to go hunting for them yourself. If they have a day stated in the description, then that is the earliest time during the story that you can collect them.
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Bloodsucking Fruit Bat [Day 2] Use the Blood Orange on a pile in the sewer, found right at the end near the Crab Person.
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The drive from Norilsk airport to the city takes you past mile after mile of crumbling, Soviet-era factories.
It looks like an endless, rusting scrapyard - a jumble of pipes, industrial junk and frost-bitten brickwork. If you were looking for an industrial apocalypse film setting, this would be your place - but you're unlikely to get the permissions.
Norilsk was built in Stalin's times by gulag prisoners. This gritty industrial city is a testament to their endurance both of the cruelty of Stalin's regime and of the harsh polar climate. There were no thoughts then on how to build to protect the environment, just to survive it.
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Mining company Nornickel would disagree. It has admitted flagrant violations at the tailing pond and suspended staff it deems responsible at both the Talnack plant and at Norilsk Heat and Power plant no 3 where the diesel spill originated from.
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Norilsk used to be a closed city - one of dozens across the Soviet Union shut off to protect industrial secrets. Foreigners need special permissions approved by the Federal Security Service (FSB) to enter the region. It would take an invitation from Nornickel to make that happen and, for the past month since the spill, that has not been forthcoming.
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