AL018 - The Celestial King

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The Celestial King
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Puzzle Number 018
Puzzle Name The Celestial King
Picarats Given 40 Picarats
Type Draw Line
Location Azran Dome
Previous Puzzle AL017 - Walking on Water
Next Puzzle AL019 - A Dog of Tiles

This is the eighteenth puzzle you'll encounter in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy. To access this puzzle, you must talk to Aurora. In order to solve this puzzle, you must divide the land into ten areas using four sword strokes.

Contents

[edit] Hints

Hint One
    You might be finding it hard to draw lines that don't touch any Riders, so here's a tip: start by drawing a horizontal line that divides the area in half.

    It should have three Riders above it and two below.

Hint Two
    Next, you need to draw lines from the two highest points. Do it correctly and the lines will form an X shape. This should be easy enough so long as you make sure that the lines don't touch any Riders.

Hint Three
    If you followed the previous two hints correctly, you've already managed to separate those quarrelsome Riders. It's not over yet, though!

    You still have one line left to add, and there aren't many places where you can do that without it touching a Rider. Oh, and don't forget that you also have to divide the land into ten parts.

Super Hint
    If you place the first three lines as described in the earlier hints, then the last line you need to draw will pass very close to the leftmost Rider. Draw this last line correctly and all the puzzle's conditions should be satisfied.


[edit] Messages

[edit] When Failed

Too bad.

It's a challenging puzzle, to be sure...

[edit] When Completed

Delightfully divided!

The walls of the dome represent a map of the world, and you've just created five intersections with your lines.

Ever heard the saying "X marks the spot"?

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Place the lines as shown.

[edit] Progress

585 Picarats and 64 Hint Coins.



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