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#1 2007-03-05 14:35:15

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Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

This is the first Your OF riddle created by cinix, more are coming. Thanks cinix!

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#2 2007-03-06 10:26:10

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Spoiler:

I've translated the phrase (found the original q****), found the image p*****.***, joint it with the original i**** and found the letters (I think in the right direction) and converted to n****** (due to the "letters?" clue).
Now trying to decipher them with the m**** p***.
I'm writing NOT for a hint. Only to have a confirm on the Google: there's not a bar in the level, is it not useful so?

Thank you

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#3 2007-03-06 12:55:26

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Google is not necessary and would not be helpful.


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#4 2007-03-06 15:57:05

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Thank you. smile


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#5 2007-03-06 16:04:08

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

OK, I understand the writing, but I'm at a loss on what the next step is. There must be something else for me to find, but I've looked in all the places I can think of for a clue and can't find anything.
Am I missing a clue or should I be able to work out the answer from just the image?


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#6 2007-03-06 16:42:52

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

You must understand all the visible markings. If you haven't you may have missed a clue, keep looking!


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#7 2007-03-06 20:27:50

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

@ Rogue...

Spoiler:

you're missing a clue... but it's right in front of you... maybe it's a little bit dark in your room... try to turn the light on...

wink
Find it cause I need help to get the rest of it.

BTW: I keep not understanding what to do with the n*****s I have found... tried several methods using the m****e p***e, I'm finding some words like

Spoiler:

u***, b**, m****, n****

but I can't find a way for it... Is there anything right in what I'm doing?
Could I use a little nudge please?

Thanks a lot

EDIT: Sorry another question: In the source code there's the sentence:

Spoiler:

Code:

<!--- t**t u**d i* t** m*** -->

wich is an authomatic tag typically written by the flash compiler. Is it there only by mistake or is it useful? I'm asking it cause one of the words I found is

Spoiler:

u***

and this word is also in that sentence.
Thank you

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#8 2007-03-06 22:22:30

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Finding the method with cooperation of a m***** p**** is the correct track.

The line in the source code is out of place since there is no flash file, but it should not be used to confirm or deny a correct course.

Check your n****** and try your methods again, you are in a good direction.

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#9 2007-03-07 22:50:24

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

I tried and tried and tried with all the words I can find with the m**** p**** method.
But I can't find a common sense for them!
I start thinking I'm on a wrong way.


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#10 2007-03-08 01:32:42

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Think about the word you found above the arrow, and where you might find them on a m***** p****. You might think there could be a few possible words, but there will be only one.

Spoiler:

You might see this method used often on television commercials.


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#11 2007-03-08 09:59:16

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Thanks, brandonc. That was my problem! I've now got the answer to the first bit and have been rewarded with part 2, which has been driving me batty.
Here's something for you:

Spoiler:

You might be converting your letters the wrong way. Don't forget the clue! It's the best clue you can have. When you've got the right n****** there will be no confusion over the answer.

As for me, I've run into a brick wall. Well, another rosetta stone, anyway. Is there no clue for this part because the previous clue still applies or do I have to do something completely different? I've already found something unusual.


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#12 2007-03-08 10:18:16

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Thanks a lot Rouge... on the second part too...


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#13 2007-03-08 14:20:57

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

mmm ok... I think I know what

Spoiler:

MLK

stands for... but I think it is not useful cause there's no google in this riddle...
And I know that the words written in it are made only with

Spoiler:

th***

keys of the m***** p****

Spoiler:

the f***, the f*** and the s**

Now I tried several things: try to "climb" shifting the numbers (or letters), try using alternative words for that numbers... but in the end I cannot understand why u used only

Spoiler:

th***

keys on your m**** p****

EDIT: I'm also thinking about the N**** M***** quote... he says that if I can c**** a h*** I will find more many h***s to c***... I wonder if I must seek for other h***s... I'm doing that but I'm getting anywhere... sad

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#14 2007-03-14 12:17:31

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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Got it! Thanks cinix, you tricksy thing you wink. Very good riddle.


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#15 2008-05-27 22:26:28

csmarkus
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Re: Cinix - A truth you know all too well...

Hello there,

I got to the second part but now I'm stuck. Is there a hidden clue somewhere or is it just the text which I have to use?
I am about at the same point where brandonc was when he last posted here. I have found the unusual thing which makes a connection between two letters but I don't know yet how to interpret that connection.
A nudge, please?


jeffw : Sorry, can't help you there as I didn't do this riddle myself... but it looks so good that I'm going to do it next weekend, then, I'll see if I can help you... or if you can help me. wink


EDIT: OK jeffw, I'm looking forward to seeing your progress in this one. smile

Meanwhile I did some further research. I thought I found something but it does not seem to work.

Spoiler:

Is this second stone related to the "L***** F*** Bi******** J***" by M.*.*. Jr?

EDIT (2008-08-27): Due to an unexpected flaw in the system, I got the whole riddle package. After some hesitation about whether it's the right thing to do or not, I decided to look into it and this is how I learned the solution. To be honest, I have absolutely no idea about how you can deduce the solution from the available things. If there is a way to logically get that solution, this riddle is superb. On the other hand, if it's more like guessing, I'm quite disappointed. Therefore I am still open to any help that tells me it's the former case.

EDIT (2009-06-15): Yes, it's the former case because there is a logic that leads to the solution. And you don't need google for it.

Last edited by csmarkus (2009-06-15 09:27:26)

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