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    does anyone have a save for picking the lock on the door

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    Originally posted by Nancys#shadow View Post
    does anyone have a save for picking the lock on the door
    Even if they do, there is no way for them to share it with you. It can't be posted on this Message Board, and giving personal information (such as email) is strictly prohibited.

    Would you like a spoiler?
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      yes i would appreciate it thanx

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      • #4
        This isn't a specific spoiler, since the puzzle changes every time, but hopefully this advice will help.


        Originally posted by radio star View Post
        Use the book you can buy at the newsstand to see how the tumblers inside need to be set.
        Originally posted by radio star View Post

        Better Hint:
        The tumblers you see after picking the lock are a random puzzle—they change every time you approach it. The object is to line up all the lines on each bar with the line on the lock itself. Some of the tumblers move multiple tumblers when you click on them; other move only one.


        If you want the details on how to solve the lock puzzle:

        First determine which bars move only one bar when you click on them.
        Then determine which ones move two (or sometimes more) when you click on them. Start by moving the ones that change multiple bars at the same time—get them into position so that their middle line matches up with the line on the lock. Then do the ones that move only themselves.

        ¸.•*¨¯¨*ّ¸......catsandbooks
        ((
        ..*•.¸_¸.•*¨¯¨*•.¸.......... A library is not a luxury
        ......¸.•*.....*•.¸_¸))............... but one of the necessities of life!
        ......*•.¸_¸.ّ*¨¯¨*•.¸¸.ّ*¨¯¨*•.¸...¥.¸.ّ*¨¯¨*•.
        .................................H.W. Beecher + ©allas؛•.¸_¸.•؛
        Please follow the rules................................................... ...............Isaiah 40:31
        FAQ and New Member Resources
        [/FONT] Please be sure your signatures follow the Siggie Ruler. ◄ Click here to double check.


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