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  1. #1981
    cegodsey

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Well, I have three up there so far. I don't want to post the dropcap-O box on here, because I left the file's size large, and putting it here would mean that dial-up users would have to load the whole thing - about a minute and a half with a 28.8 connection. If it's urgent, I'll post it here.

  2. #1982

    Feb 2005
    St. Louis
    638
    1 times

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Cegodsey , your pm box is full .you can't get anymore messages sent to you

  3. #1983

    Feb 2005
    St. Louis
    638
    1 times

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    cegodsey , not urgent , but a pain to go back and forth . I'll look at it later . Was trying to send you a message , but your box is full. I was curious as to how you decided to get the map on the other pics .Send me a message . carol

  4. #1984

    Feb 2005
    St. Louis
    638
    1 times

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Cegodsey , somehow missed your post explaining the reason for the photo gallery . It does make sense now and i'll use it and wait for your new picture there. carol.

  5. #1985
    Kentucky Kache

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucidious
    I don't remember seeing this posted. Does anyone have any ideas on the mushrooms that have some kind of flakes all over them? I think they look like the shards in Rusful's cave. The mushrooms are on several pages, sometimes beside other mushrooms with normal spots. What up?[
    Those are Amanita Muscaria (Fly Agaric) Mushrooms. They are Hallucinogenic and legendary in all types of fairytales and cultures. The flakes are actually the way they look. I would figure the ones that look more cartoony would be more likely a puzzle being that the spots are more specific. But thats just my opinion. It is strange that some are illustrated more realistic than the others.? Actually, the location the book led me to is the natural habitat of the Mushrooms among other plants in the book like Purple Thistles. http://www.mykoweb.com/CAF/photos/Am...-c0229-35).jpg
    Lucidious: Good research on the mushrooms.

  6. #1986
    Kentucky Kache

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Quote Originally Posted by cegodsey
    HeeHee...

    If you take those letters I just gave you, it is possible to get:

    Hee Bee at St Louis

    or if you don't count the extra "e", you get:

    He bee at St Louis

    Now the question is, if he bee at st louis, where do she bee?
    If memory serves, it was the male bee that was crystallised (He Bee).

  7. #1987
    hoppperr

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    CEGODSEY:? Oops!? You are right.? I was going from memory and didn't look it up--sorry.? It actually anagrams to STATUE O LIBE SHE, which is close enough!

    Good catch.

    Peggy

  8. #1988
    hoppperr

    Re: Fairy pointing at start line! pg. 52

    Quote Originally Posted by cegodsey
    I just found a code that I didn't know was there.? On pg. 52 - the drop cap O box - there is an angular code around the border and the border of the inside frame.? I've seen this somewhere before.? I've uploaded a pic of it and I inserted red lines to follow the angles.? The fairy points the way!? To start, that is.? You start at the bottom notch, left side of the notch.? Maybe something like this is in the companion book?? I don't have it, so I don't know.? Anyhow, the pic in the gallery will show upon approval.?

    If this has already been solved, my apologies for bringing it up again.
    CEGODSEY:? For some reason this box has always reminded me of the "Thematic" puzzle in the Companion Book (that puzzle is also posted at ATT official website).? I was thinking there might be a way to get partial image letters out of it.

    Peggy

  9. #1989

    Mar 2005
    Alabama
    27

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    I don't post a lot on this site. I keep up with what is going on and try to add info where I can. Don't want to waste space there is a lot of info out there. I am heading on another hunt this weekend. My wife says it is my last. Each time you are so sure it is going to be there and each time you come up empty handed. The people on this site seem real supportive and would genuinely be happy if one was found by anyone. At least we would all know they are out there, somewhere. Hope I can prove this and come home with one. I'll let you know on Monday.
    Alabama

  10. #1990

    Mar 2005
    TEXAS
    52

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    GOOD LUCK BAMACHERF!

    I love to hear about the hunts. Hope yours is fruitful! Remember tokens are not the only rewards.

    Luckypony

  11. #1991
    Dkos2

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Can anyone find where the 5x5 puzzle is i would like to look at it again?
    THANKS...... DKOS

  12. #1992
    Dkos2

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Cegosdey, are any of the drop cap boxes like the O picture? where the fairies are pointing at something, but the really are not pointing to anything?

  13. #1993
    cegodsey

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Lucid - that would have to be the biggest mushroom I have ever seen.? The things dreams are made of.? And if it's hallucinogenic, then that truly is what dreams are made of.

    As to my PM box - 10 messages?? That's all I can save?? Sheesh.? It's clean now.

    BAMACHERF - I know how it is.? At least my wife said, "I'd rather see you doing that than killing people."? Referring to deathmatch-type games.? Pick up a bad habit, something that she doesn't like, then go back to the hunt.? She'll gladly accept the lessor of the two evils.? Oh, I HOPE YOU FIND A TOKEN!? At the very least, it would help validate our suffering.

    Dkos2 - If there is a 5x5 box somewhere, I sure haven't seen it.? If you find it (or someone else knows), please post it here.? As to the other fairies, it is very possible that they are touching the clues.? I'm not sure at this point.? I happened to find the hidden code while I was looking for computer-modified illustrations.? See, if you look really closely, the Morse code puzzle was introduced onto the illustration later by a computer.? Anyhow, I noticed that the "cuts" in the border were at exact 45 and 90 degree angles.? I haven't checked out much else past that point.? I was up all night and getting sleepy.

    Peggy Hoppperr - I'll look up what you said about it being on the ATT site.? I also saw something kinda similar on:
    http://www.12480.8m.com/mainchart.html .? Oh, by the way, after you click the thumbnail in the gallery, and it opens a bigger image, you can then click the bigger image and it will open a pop-up window of the full size image that I uploaded.? It's about 160K in size, but you can see the lines more clearly. (If you have a pop-up blocker installed, you may have to CTRL-click the picture).

    Oh, CMSCHUT, I found that someone on 12Gems also found the drop cap puzzle, so, alas, I'm not the first...

    As to the CA and TX overlays on the tree branch/trunk, I noticed the familiarity of the outline from months ago.? I'm just now posting it.? The funny thing is that if that is an outline of TX, then the mouth of the tree is about where the great salt lake resides.? Or pretty close.

    Oh, and why can't a token be near St Louis?? It's got an overlook (of the river).? It could be that "He Be At E. St Louis."? 'Course, St. Louis could be a street name.




  14. #1994

    Feb 2005
    St. Louis
    638
    1 times

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Cegodsey , only having fun it could be here , but who knows at this point .

    Bamacherf, GOOD LUCK ! We are all rooting for you and as Cegodsey said help us to end the insanity .I enjoy the hunt dtories also even if no token is in hand .

  15. #1995

    Feb 2005
    St. Louis
    638
    1 times

    Re: Treasure Clue, can you help?

    Dykos, Last night i decided to lok at the dropcap boxes in the book a little closer as you got me to wondering . I noticed there are 12 where the fairies are in and pointing or what at things. If you look at the first chapter it looks as if she's pointing to the Z , but i also think she could be pointing at the green block. It seems it can be either way depending on how you look at it . Also in the story it says something about the last green area in this part of the forest , sorry don't have the book right here. I also noticed that all the boxes the fairy is pointing at something , but it's not really clear what . Hope i helped .

 

 
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