If you missed the first part, here it is.
Harold reached home the faster he could. Quick, to the baby's bed. "No, no, no, it can be true!". He searched the whole house but he could not find the baby or his wife. Instead, in Anne's bed, he found a piece of paper similar to the one in his office. This time, the text was different:
Do not worry, Mr. Smith : your wife and your baby are safe. Eventually, you will meet them again, but first, let me tell you a little story. Remember that we both enjoy puzzles, and I am counting on you for this one too!
A long time ago, a famous group of seven men was created, but I can't remember the name of this group or the name of its folks.
Three of these men didn't have a particular backstory, all I can say is that they were from India. Also, one of them joined the group later. Maybe the flag will help you, shrink:
Two of them were brothers. They were often mixed up, and some people are still not sure if the older one really was a part of the group (he also joined later). The younger one was known as extravagant and a bit individualist. It's funny, because their names, though different, had the same origin.
One of them liked to disclose his identity like this:
Some see me spontaneous or jealous But others find me happy and glorious Of course, glorious! I'm associated with gold And like my comrades, I'm certainly old They even made a video game Popular enough to wear my name You might struggle to guess who my mates are But for me, it's simple: I'm like a star!
You think I forgot to talk about the last one? I don't think so, Mr. Smith. You need to read carefully, as always.
So, Mr. Smith, can you find the name of the members, and the name of the group? If you do so, then find me at the eponymous restaurant. Your wife and your baby are waiting for you.
"God dammit, another puzzle", thought Harold. He was relieved to know that Sandra and Anne were safe, even if he wasn't sure if he could trust this piece of paper.
He tried to remember all the names of the restaurants in town, but there were too many. "I'd better solve it fast", he said.
He got the first six members easily, but the last one was tricky. Finding the name of the group was easy once he got all of them. After he solved it, he promptly left to the indicated place.
What is the name of the restaurant where Harold is going?