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#51 vistaptb

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Posted 04 July 2012 - 06:23 AM

Or we can apply the numbers=chemical symbols pattern to the color of the door (346291), which yields SeSmPa as a code.
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Posted 04 July 2012 - 01:57 PM

Or we can apply the numbers=chemical symbols pattern to the color of the door (346291), which yields SeSmPa as a code.


Or LiBeCHeFH
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Posted 05 July 2012 - 04:20 AM

The effervescently tempered agents were effulgent with ideas. They tried more codes, but the door remained immutable.

Orin was still ruminating over everything that had occurred. There was something they were missing. All these things so far, the first door, the second door, the pictures, they had to connected somehow, but how? The code for the first door, so specific. An equivalent effect could have been gotten with different numbers in the 2nd, 4th, and 6th positions, it was only the 1st, 3rd, and 5th that really mattered. But yet that number...he had a feeling that it had been specifically chosen for a reason. The pictures as well, an odd selection, not a collection you'd expect anyone to have chosen for aesthetic purposes. Why that number, and why those pictures? Could it be...
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Posted 05 July 2012 - 08:00 AM

I think this should open the door. The first code, along with the word answer for each picture taken in order

3 baSte
4 watEr
6 statiC
2 cRown
9 chocolatE
1 Thorn

This gives the word "SECRET". I suggest we try that for the code.
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Posted 05 July 2012 - 10:33 AM

Last night, when I was trying to sleep, I was thinking of doing that. This morning we had no power so I couldn't check.

But I am sure that is it. Well done DudleyDude.
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Posted 05 July 2012 - 01:09 PM

Had the same idea from the latest of Y-san's clues. Good job.
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#57 Yoruichi-san

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Posted 05 July 2012 - 06:24 PM

The second door defeated, the triumphant agents marched through, managing enough manner not to jostle each other on their eager way.

The doorway led into another room, with sky blue walls and two doors on each side, a door opposite them, and, of course, the door they entered through. Above each door on the side hung a panel of LED’s displaying a series of numbers. Next to each door was another keypad, though the screen on these looked different and the keypads only had numbers.

Orin stepped to the first door on the left. The LED display above it read: 33-29-19-22-13-15. He shrugged and entered the numbers into the keypad. The door clicked open, and the curious agents struggled to get a peek inside. A small alcove with nothing of interest: clothes on hangers hung on a rack, old shoeboxes stacked on the ground and hatboxes stacked on the shelf above.

Orin moved on to the next door. Its LED read: 36-17-14-22-13-14-16. Again, he inputted the numbers, and the door clicked open. Inside was a bedroom, with pastel flowered wallpaper and stuffed animals lining the walls, and a crib in the center with a mobile of the solar system rotating above it.

Next he moved to the doors on the right. The first, whose LED read: 35-21-15-26-14-19-19-37, made Orin frown and Wraith smile as they glanced its tiled floor, sink, and toilet. “At least she’s considerate enough to provide amenities,” the captain joked.

The last side door, 22-15-17-23-16, was walled with impressive bookshelves fraught with antiquated but well-maintained tomes and contained a large mahogany desk atop which lay strewn papers and pens.

Orin turned back towards the group to make a comment, but stopped when he noticed the LED display above the door by which they had entered: 13-36-15-14-21-36-33-13. It, though, had no keypad.

The final door on the diametric wall was the opposite. It had a keypad, but no LEDs. On the very left of the keypad display, partitioned from the rest of the display with a |, was the number 3.

“I’m guessing that’s the way we have to go,” Wraith remarked. “Well, better get started.”

Orin shrugged. It seemed too easy, but maybe he should try the number from the door they had entered by? He stepped up to the keypad and did so, then pressed [enter]. The keypad display flashed. Could it have been that easy?

The door didn’t budge, but the 3 changed to a 2.

“Hmm...I’m going to guess that’s the number of tries we have remaining and I’m further going to guess that we don’t want to know what happens when we run out of tries,” Wraith remarked. “We better think this one through...”
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Women are definitely stronger. We are [Fe]males, after all...

Some of what makes me me is real, some of what makes me me is imaginary...I guess I'm just complex. ;P

<3 BBC's Sherlock, the series and the man. "Smart is the new sexy."

Chromatic Witch links now on my 'About Me' page!  Episode 3 is finally here!

When life hands me lemons, I make invisible ink.


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Posted 05 July 2012 - 06:52 PM

Tthe numbers in blue represent letters.

35-21-15-26-14-19-19-3 spells the word BATHROOM
22-15-17-23-16 is STUDY
36-17-14-22-13-14-16 is NURSERY
33-29-19-22-13-15 is CLOSET
13-36-15-14-21-36-33-13 = ENTRANCE

Edited by Molly Mae, 05 July 2012 - 06:54 PM.

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Posted 05 July 2012 - 07:10 PM

Tthe numbers in blue represent letters.

35-21-15-26-14-19-19-3 spells the word BATHROOM
22-15-17-23-16 is STUDY
36-17-14-22-13-14-16 is NURSERY
33-29-19-22-13-15 is CLOSET
13-36-15-14-21-36-33-13 = ENTRANCE


Nice

also each number line as one more than the last
22-15-17-23-16
33-29-19-22-13-15
36-17-14-22-13-14-16
35-21-15-26-14-19-19-3

13-36-15-14-21-36-33-13

so i think we need one more number for the ENTRANCE line

maybe ENTRANCE"S" since there is two
so add a 16 to the number line?????

this is not to be entered in the keypad yet want to see if anyone agrees?
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#60 TripleOption

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Posted 05 July 2012 - 07:11 PM

Nice

also each number line as one more than the last
22-15-17-23-16
33-29-19-22-13-15
36-17-14-22-13-14-16
35-21-15-26-14-19-19-3

13-36-15-14-21-36-33-13

so i think we need one more number for the ENTRANCE line

maybe ENTRANCE"S" since there is two
so add a 16 to the number line?????

this is not to be entered in the keypad yet want to see if anyone agrees?



oops i mean 22 not 16
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