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    How do I
    decipher Trapper Dan's code in his journal?
    Spoilers please
    Oh, I would never do such a thing, but it would be funny. Not funny ha ha, but funny as in Ahhh help, I'm in a well.
    -Harper Thornton, GTH

  • #2
    Originally posted by nd_mania View Post
    Here's a translation:
    First things first: Locate my secret hideout up in the mountains.
    It's so secret, you'll probably never find it - but if you do, find my Rex bone and use it in the wall of my hideout. That'll open up my secret lock.
    Then, match my wits with the infernal slot macine.
    Use the duck counter to match up all 3 animals. It helps to first put the same animal in a column & work from there.
    There are 3 more animal keys hidden in the lodge: the Moose, the Wolf, and the Racoon.
    It's easy to find the moose - just push out his eyes and see the surprise!
    The fire necklace will tell you all you need to open up the sly racoon's hiding place. Just don't wake up any lodgers.
    The wolf is the trickiest to find, because only the likes of Marie Curie or Mr. Geiger can hear his call.


    Happy sleuthing!
    -MA
    Hope this helps!
    if i find in myself desires which
    nothing in this world can satisfy,
    the only logical explanation is that
    i was made for another WORLD.
    Quote by C.S. Lewis; art by zizi ♥


    might not be on that much anymore...

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    • #3
      Read it from the top down, in columns.

      Originally posted by SwiMMinsTAr456 View Post
      First things first. Locate my secret hide out up in the mountains.
      It's so secret, you'll probably never find it - but if you do, find my rex


      bone and use it in the wall of my hideout. That'll open up my secret lock.




      Then, match my wits with the infernal slot machine.
      Use the duck counter to match up all 3 animals. It helps to first


      put the same animals in a column and work from there.




      There are 3 more animal keys hidden in the lodge: the moose
      the wolf and the raccoon.


      It's easy to find the moose - just push out his eye and see the surprise!




      The fire necklace will tell you all you need to open up the sly raccoon's
      hiding place. Just don't wake up any lodgers.


      The wolf is the trickiest to find because only the likes of Marie Curie or Mr. Geiger can hear his call.

      There is what the journal says. Happy Sleuthing!
      ~~ LadyLinda ~~ -----
      LINKS...ND20+ Easter Eggs & Glitchs...CAP Phone Charms...ND Game Extras...TMB Phone Charms

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      • #4
        What's the
        fire necklace?
        Oh, I would never do such a thing, but it would be funny. Not funny ha ha, but funny as in Ahhh help, I'm in a well.
        -Harper Thornton, GTH

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        • #5



          Find it in that display area in the lodge, where the pictures are hanging on the wall.
          It is a necklace with colored discs.
          ~~ LadyLinda ~~ -----
          LINKS...ND20+ Easter Eggs & Glitchs...CAP Phone Charms...ND Game Extras...TMB Phone Charms

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          • #6
            Ok, what does the
            wolf one mean? (How to find it)
            Oh, I would never do such a thing, but it would be funny. Not funny ha ha, but funny as in Ahhh help, I'm in a well.
            -Harper Thornton, GTH

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            • #7
              Get the Geiger Counter in the wolf cabin.
              Use it in the Lodge to find the coin.
              ~~ LadyLinda ~~ -----
              LINKS...ND20+ Easter Eggs & Glitchs...CAP Phone Charms...ND Game Extras...TMB Phone Charms

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              • #8
                Omigosh thank you SO MUCH to all who replied!
                Oh, I would never do such a thing, but it would be funny. Not funny ha ha, but funny as in Ahhh help, I'm in a well.
                -Harper Thornton, GTH

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