Philadelphia Game Level Three - Reading Terminal
Welcome to the Reading Terminal. When you left the Masonic Matrix, you discovered the secret tunnels run down to the old Reading Terminal. The reading terminal was a major shipping point for the underground railroad, abused Africans, and Native Americans were secretly hidden on the trains, where the railroad would ship them to safe Northern locations. This is most likely why the underground railroad was called a railroad, because of the trains importance in freeing abused Natives and Africans. You have found one of the very first railroads in the new nation. When William Penn’s managers established the town of Philadelphia, one of their first actions was to herd the ragtag crowd of farmers, fisherman, and huntsman, who were hawking their goods all over the bustling settlement, into an open area at the foot of what was known as High Street, along the Delaware River. Soon the so-called ‘Jersey Market’ (because most of the hucksters were from the neighboring state). The Quakers and the Pennsylvania Dutch played a important role in the terminals creation, and they are still there today. The Quakers used the railroad as a shipping point for the underground railroad. Find the underground railroad artifact at the Terminal. Read the Terminals game clues and then play the terminal quiz game to gain ascension into full Game Matrix.
Congratulations you have ascended into the Matrix