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Found the "second" part... found the hidden "thing" and found the w***g stuff... I have the sentence... it's the t**** chapter title of that book... and now stuck...
Last edited by brandonc (2006-12-17 23:42:56)
i found what chapter it is and what book it comes from, but i cant go further!?
Read the chapter.
i found everything (i think) what i had to, i have read the chapters, i have the hidden clue, but i can't done this level. Give me a hint, please, because i think i've lost the right way.
I have been stuck on this one all day now. I found the second part and i have read the chapter (plus the next few chapters) but have no idea where to go from here.
Is it necessary to read other chapters, or just the one indicated?
I admit, I am quite stumped. I found the clues after using the N*** and thought to apply the process described in the chapter, but all I get is gibberish. Am I missing something? Are we not supposed to use the same process?