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Zach Crimson

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Has anyone figured out the code for the locked chest in fort marrok on the second floor cause i'm horrible at riddles and if the answer is the answer to one of the riddles then i'm screwed

Zach Crimson

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Zach Crimson said:

Has anyone figured out the code for the locked chest in fort marrok on the second floor cause i'm horrible at riddles and if the answer is the answer to one of the riddles then i'm screwed

Never mind i searched online and found the answer

The Observer

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In retrospect, I really shouldn't have taken a riddle from a repository, even for what was pretty much a testing system. Such things tend to be shared... I'll have to come up with some original ones for future chests.

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JustSomeGuy

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You kids today don't know how good ya got it. With your internets and easy riddles, back in the olden days ya had to type 420 words a minute, speak a second language, and be a f*cking riddle master.
And don't get me started on those god damn quizzes, all that just for one peepee touch.

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Upcast Drake

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Next patch has a mock SAT when you launch the game that you have to get at least a 1200 on or the game locks up.

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BubbleLord

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Upcast Drake said:

Next patch has a mock SAT when you launch the game that you have to get at least a 1200 on or the game locks up.

Make it so.

Zach Crimson

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The Observer said:

In retrospect, I really shouldn't have taken a riddle from a repository, even for what was pretty much a testing system. Such things tend to be shared... I'll have to come up with some original ones for future chests.

observer, i actually wasn't expecting to find it online lol. i just decide to search it cause i f*cking hate riddles unless it's one i already know like some of the ones used by the sphinx in CoC. so yea the only reason i even tried searching online is cause i'm really bad with most riddles, unless i get hints then i might be able to figure it out

Zach Crimson

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Athena said:

Was that the chest where you had to input 4 letters?

yea second floor to the left of where u come up.

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Nathilio

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where did you find it? cuz i cant seem to find it online atm, nvm found it looking up the actual riddle

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Gothamson

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Anyone remember the riddles in Spellhold? Hated it just hated it.

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Gothamson said:

Anyone remember the riddles in Spellhold? Hated it just hated it.

Spellhold? whats that?

Gothamson

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Baldur's Gate II, an old d&d game for pc. Spellhold is a mage prison and one room has a bunch of riddles. The more you answer correctly the less challenging it is to get out. You can actually skip most of the dungeon.

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Gothamson said:

Baldur's Gate II, an old d&d game for pc. Spellhold is a mage prison and one room has a bunch of riddles. The more you answer correctly the less challenging it is to get out. You can actually skip most of the dungeon.

never played any d&d games before

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nightmarelyoko

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Zach Crimson said:

Never mind i searched online and found the answer

want the answer

Tristan Black

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Really enjoy the wordlock chests. The loot's guaranteed quality, and the challenge of solving a small riddle makes it satisfying to crack one open.

And as a bonus, we can't be locked out of them as long as we can still reach one.

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That's a fun disparity between older games and modern ones. Back then the infamously divisive attitude was that games could test not just your reflexes or your ability to remember patterns but your reasoning and interpretive ability (what riddles generally test, in other words). Even horror games like Silent Hill had some very complex puzzles in them if you chose to play it on higher difficulties.

Now puzzle games are divorced into their own niche and any attempt at throwing a puzzle into a game that isn't about puzzles will keep it super easy.

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Tristan Black said:

Really enjoy the wordlock chests. The loot's guaranteed quality, and the challenge of solving a small riddle makes it satisfying to crack one open.

And as a bonus, we can't be locked out of them as long as we can still reach one.

the newest wordlock chest in-game had me confused for a bit but after looking at the available letters it became stupidly obvious what the answer was

Tristan Black

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Good riddles are like that. Hindsight's always 20/20, after all...

Shura

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Fort Marrok’s Riddle was ridiculously easy to me. The one in the Cultist Dungeon though had me fumbling a bit before I managed to deduce what would fit in the lock (my initial guesses were on the right track; just had to figure out what word is the right number, lol).

I’ll give a hint to thought process for anyone who’s still clueless though: it’s legit a variant of the river riddle (I.e. runs but can’t walk, has a mouth but can’t talk, etc).

Still no idea?

1) It’s something personified.

2) What is created by the moon upon the sea?

3) What “dies” when it hits land?

Yeah, sorry, not straight up giving the answer out. >;P I’m already spoiling a LOT with these hints. It’s pretty darn easy if you have a very basic knowledge of science. Come on, you can do it! I BELIEVE IN YOU!!!!!!!!

and if you’re REALLY STUMPED, just freaking flip through the letters until something makes sense
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Zach Crimson said:

Has anyone figured out the code for the locked chest in fort marrok on the second floor cause i'm horrible at riddles and if the answer is the answer to one of the riddles then i'm screwed

The answer doesn't really make any sense within the context the answer.

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Leepteep said:

The answer doesn't really make any sense within the context the riddle.

Shura

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How does it not make sense?

Tristan Black

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It makes perfect sense when you figure it out. You just need to know a little science.

Shura

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Tristan Black said:

It makes perfect sense when you figure it out. You just need to know a little science.

Exactly! Just think back to when you were in first grade and learning about the relationship of the moon and the earth. I had it right at the first two lines. ^^;

With riddles, just don’t overthink things.

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The answer does not make sense if you understand the science. If the answer was "tide" or "the tides" then it would make sense, but as it stands it requires too much a roundabout way of thinking about it. The wording of the riddle makes it sound like you're referring to something CREATED by the Moon and "dying" when it gets to "land" from space, when clearly you meant that it dies when it gets to land, which is sort of a dumb way of thinking about it, since what the answer is DOESN'T die when it reaches land, the answer is an entire motion, multiple arcs in sequence, not just a single half-arc, which is what would "die" when it hits shore. It really is one of those "bruh just turn your brain off" riddles, cause when you don't think about it in depth at all it does make sense.

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puffdaddy said:

The answer does not make sense if you understand the science. If the answer was "tide" or "the tides" then it would make sense, but as it stands it requires too much a roundabout way of thinking about it. The wording of the riddle makes it sound like you're referring to something CREATED by the Moon and "dying" when it gets to "land" from space, when clearly you meant that it dies when it gets to land, which is sort of a dumb way of thinking about it, since what the answer is DOESN'T die when it reaches land, the answer is an entire motion, multiple arcs in sequence, not just a single half-arc, which is what would "die" when it hits shore. It really is one of those "bruh just turn your brain off" riddles, cause when you don't think about it in depth at all it does make sense.

No. You're an idiot. Riddles are supposed to be metaphorical. That's the whole point of them. Ocean waves also refer to the individual half-arc. No one has ever said "wow that's a huge half arc coming in".

"I am created as a side effect of the moon's gravity, when I crash into the land I dissipate." and the answer is "half-arc" LMAO

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Upcast Drake said:

No one has ever said "wow that's a huge half arc coming in".

I swear, the next time I visit the beach, I'll say it.

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puffdaddy said:

The answer does not make sense if you understand the science. If the answer was "tide" or "the tides" then it would make sense, but as it stands it requires too much a roundabout way of thinking about it. The wording of the riddle makes it sound like you're referring to something CREATED by the Moon and "dying" when it gets to "land" from space, when clearly you meant that it dies when it gets to land, which is sort of a dumb way of thinking about it, since what the answer is DOESN'T die when it reaches land, the answer is an entire motion, multiple arcs in sequence, not just a single half-arc, which is what would "die" when it hits shore. It really is one of those "bruh just turn your brain off" riddles, cause when you don't think about it in depth at all it does make sense.

What you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. May God have mercy on your soul

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Shura said:

1) It’s something personified.

2) What is created by the moon upon the sea?

3) What “dies” when it hits land?

Yeah, sorry, not straight up giving the answer out. >;P I’m already spoiling a LOT with these hints. It’s pretty darn easy if you have a very basic knowledge of science. Come on, you can do it! I BELIEVE IN YOU!!!!!!!!

and if you’re REALLY STUMPED, just freaking flip through the letters until something makes sense

Your Hints actually made me more confused Except 1 and maybe 2 which the answer doesn't really die on land. I like how you put a red herring in this hint xD

Dear read, If you hate riddles of old like me then here is a hint(thankfully this one is easy - Yes, I am stupid);

-You faced tides,then waves of enemies.

Note: If you don't get it after this then there is no helping you but try to lay out the letter from each section. You'll see it then want to rethink your life as I did. Seriously, I know I was stupid but man ...

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