AL104 - Finding Ambrosia

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Finding Ambrosia
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Puzzle Number 104
Puzzle Name Finding Ambrosia
Picarats Given 30 Picarats
Type Select
Location Museum
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This is the one hundred and fourth puzzle you'll encounter in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy. To access this puzzle, you must talk to Lucille Layton. In order to solve this puzzle, you must figure out which characters on tablet translate to "Ambrosia".

Contents

[edit] Hints

Hint One
    Carefully compare the three lines of text and you'll notice that each line has certain parts in common. These parts should be the starting point for solving this puzzle.

Hint Two
    Both the first and the second lines contain the word "remember". Therefore, the characters these two lines have in common must represent this word. What are these characters?

Hint Three
    Next, focus on the parts that the first and third lines have in common: "fair" and "City of Harmony".

Super Hint
    The word "Ambrosia" is represented by three ancient characters.

    Once you've removed the characters on the first line that also appear on other lines, you know that whatever characters are left are those which represent "Ambrosia".


[edit] Messages

[edit] When Failed

Not so great...

Carefully compare the translated text against the characters written on the tablet.

[edit] When Completed

Great work!

Finding the parts that the lines of text have in common is the key to solving this puzzle.

Curiously enough, the Azran term for "City of Harmony" is fairly simple, but the literal translation of "remember" would be something like "view the past in your heart and mind". Isn't it funny that common words in one language have no equivalent in another?

[edit] Solution

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Select the characters shown.

[edit] Progress

3665 Picarats and 242 Hint Coins.



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