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Levels 21 - 30 / Re: Level 30
« on: April 22, 2021, 08:14:25 PM »
I was on this level for several days thinking about it, and it did click after a while.  Lots of guessing which felt hopeless, but it does connect well with the clues and the answer is satisfying. :)
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General Chit-Chat / Re: The Final(?) Side Quest - A Contest
« on: January 17, 2021, 03:30:59 PM »
Quest name: [/u]levels of various topics.
Basic premise:15 levels of several different themes, they do not have to be ordered, they can be separated.
Difficulty level:The difficulty can vary from difficult to moderate, it will depend on the tracks you have and how it is defined for each one.
Mission type:They would be about 15 levels.
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General Chit-Chat / Re: The Final(?) Side Quest - A Contest
« on: September 22, 2020, 01:59:27 PM »
Quest name: Fun with Flags
Basic premise: A group of levels with different codes/cipher using flags
Level of difficulty: moderate to hard
Type of Quest: 25-30 levels, inclusive
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General Chit-Chat / Re: The Final(?) Side Quest - A Contest
« on: June 01, 2020, 05:25:11 PM »
Quest Name: Rebus... or Picture this??  Meh.. terrible with names
Basic premise of the quest: Each level would have a rebus (with pictures or just words arranged to create a rebus...)
Level of difficulty: Somewhere between Numerics and Alphabets
Type of quest: Inclusive

I feel like there used to be a Rebus-like quest but I don't see any in my CWoT folder (Brain Ticklers and Triple Scoops are there though...).

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General Chit-Chat / Re: The Final(?) Side Quest - A Contest
« on: April 20, 2020, 09:16:13 PM »
Quest Name: Maze (or Dungeon maybe... I suck at names, so open to suggestions here...)
Basic Premise: The quest would be similar to to a riddle trail but would incorporate a map (think Legend of Zelda style dungeon map). Solving puzzles in each room would open up various paths through the maze, with some paths ultimately being dead ends, and others leading to the end. Maybe with a couple harder hidden paths for bragging rights.
Difficulty: Numerics-Alphabets
Type of Quest: Inclusive
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General Chit-Chat / Re: The Final(?) Side Quest - A Contest
« on: April 20, 2020, 04:51:12 PM »
Quest name: Maps
Basic premise: A group of levels with a geographic view in some way. I would like to be around the Roman empire wich was quite big, using Google maps in some of them and how things look at a given or guessed date... AUC, etc. Google should be a friend in this levels.
Level of difficulty: Like Romans or Egypcians maybe...
Type of Quest: esporadic on Romans and Egypcians, perhaps 20 levels.


 

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General Chit-Chat / Re: The Final(?) Side Quest - A Contest
« on: April 20, 2020, 03:14:40 PM »
Quest Name: The Arcade
Basic premise of the quest: Similar vein to Triple Scoop Trivia, where three clues lead to the same answer (in this case, a video game or video game character, will be specified which in the specific levels). How many levels? Depends how well this is received!
Level of difficulty: Largely dependant on how much of a gamer the player is, but I'd say Numerics/Alphas level.
Type of quest: Inclusive.
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General Chit-Chat / Re: Riddle Solving Tips and Tricks
« on: April 19, 2020, 04:35:00 PM »
I've found this page in spanish where explain what to do on iPhone to see the source code of a page: https://howpple.com/como-ver-el-codigo-html-de-una-web/  if someone whant to know.
And here is the code that you have to copy and paste in the address of the bookmark (which old name you should also change for example for "Source"):
https://appletoolbox.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/show-source-code.txt

Then when you are on a page with Safari and you want to see its source code, just go to bookmarks, select "Source" and a new window with the source code will open  :cheer:

It works perfect!

<<edit by BLiZZ>>
For English instructions :lmmfao: try THIS PAGE

scroll down past the obvious ad crap to the section titled "View HTML Source on Your iPhone for Free Using a JavaScript Trick"

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Member Portal / Re: Member Portal Updates
« on: April 09, 2020, 07:00:18 PM »
I was bored. Everything works as intended!

Level 21 remains unchecked. Now get those new levels out :D
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