AL145 - Riddle-Me-Key

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Riddle-Me-Key
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Puzzle Number 145
Puzzle Name Riddle-Me-Key
Picarats Given 30 Picarats
Type Arrange
Location Sanctuary Inner Gate
Previous Puzzle AL144 - Medal Match-Up
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This is the one hundred and forty-fifth puzzle you'll encounter in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy. To access this puzzle, you must interact with the door. In order to solve this puzzle, you must place the correct stones into the slots to make the door open.

Contents

[edit] Hints

Hint One
    First of all, have a look at all the stones on the tablet. At first glance it may be hard to see how any of these strange motifs could mean anything, but don't give up!

    Look closely at the blue parts of the stones that have already been fixed in place. These stones are there for a reason, you know...

Hint Two
    The blue parts of the three fixed stones actually represent numbers. The one on the left is a 3, the one in the middle is a 5, and the one on the right is a 4.

    Now, have a look at the layout of the numbers. There's a reason why they are arranged in this way.

Hint Three
    Look at the door pictured on the top screen. Right in the centre, there's something that looks a bit like a certain object. Something you shake in your hands and roll, perhaps?

Super Hint
    The door design represents a six-sided die, and the stones you need to put in place represent a flattened out version of it!

    You'll find the 2 on the second column from the right, two rows down, and you'll find the 6 just above it. Now, on a die, 2 sits on the opposite surface to 5, so where does it go on the tablet? After working this out, you'll just have to place the 6 and then put the 1 in the opposite spot.


[edit] Messages

[edit] When Failed

Too bad.

There's one key thing you need to realise. Then the puzzle will be much easier!

[edit] When Completed

A worthy answer!

The patterns on the stones seem utterly bizarre at first, but on closer inspection, the answer is nothing more complex than a six-sided die.

Did you notice that you can swap the positions of the 1 and 6 and still get the same result?

[edit] Solution

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Arrange the stones as shown.

[edit] Progress

5375 Picarats and 281 Hint Coins.



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