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Re: Brackly Maze
Posted By: Brunnen-G, on host 165.127.116.84
Date: Tuesday, October 28, 2003, at 12:33:54
In Reply To: Re: Brackly Maze posted by a on Tuesday, October 28, 2003, at 00:20:03:

> > > Hi I need some help here. I've tried to draw maps so many times that I just gave up. Too confusing! I'm now stuck somewhere and constantly going around circles and I've heard that I need to find a key but I can't find it. Can anyone help me.
> > >
> > > This is what I have:
> > > Acorns
> > > Credit Note
> > > Glasses
> > > Tourist Brodhure
> > > Birdseed
> >
> > There are quite a lot of things to find in the maze and you will have to visit it several times. So it's necessary to have a reliable map. It's not so very difficult to draw one, you only have to pay attention to the descriptions (e.g. "the northern path bends west"). Good luck!
>
> Thanks, I've tried to do that. But there's one problem. I've done a small small part of the map already. Is each length the the path the same length, like a perfect square. Each time I went in a direction I drew a line one centimeter for that length. I mean like this. The dot means it's where you stop. The lines mean that's the path. Don't mind the crosses, they are there because you can't have too many spaces.
>
> |
> |
> |
> .++++` Here it has the option to go west.
> |+++++| Does it connect with the dot I've
> |+++++| drawn to the left of it?
> ._____.
>
> Hope you understand that.
>

No, the paths are not all the same length. The best way to map the Brackly maze is by writing in the landmarks which are at each intersection. If you draw lines which head (and bend) in the direction the text says, and write down what you find at the appropriate locations, you will be able to make it all connect up properly.

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 RinkChat Username: Password: Email: (optional) Subject: Message: > > > > Hi I need some help here. I've tried to draw maps so many times that I just gave up. Too confusing! I'm now stuck somewhere and constantly going around circles and I've heard that I need to find a key but I can't find it. Can anyone help me. > > > > > > > > This is what I have: > > > > Acorns > > > > Credit Note > > > > Glasses > > > > Tourist Brodhure > > > > Birdseed > > > > > > There are quite a lot of things to find in the maze and you will have to visit it several times. So it's necessary to have a reliable map. It's not so very difficult to draw one, you only have to pay attention to the descriptions (e.g. "the northern path bends west"). Good luck! > > > > Thanks, I've tried to do that. But there's one problem. I've done a small small part of the map already. Is each length the the path the same length, like a perfect square. Each time I went in a direction I drew a line one centimeter for that length. I mean like this. The dot means it's where you stop. The lines mean that's the path. Don't mind the crosses, they are there because you can't have too many spaces. > > > > | > > | > > | > > .++++` Here it has the option to go west. > > |+++++| Does it connect with the dot I've > > |+++++| drawn to the left of it? > > ._____. > > > > Hope you understand that. > > > > No, the paths are not all the same length. The best way to map the Brackly maze is by writing in the landmarks which are at each intersection. If you draw lines which head (and bend) in the direction the text says, and write down what you find at the appropriate locations, you will be able to make it all connect up properly. Link URL: (optional) Link Title: (optional)

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