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#1132028 - 11/15/17 06:57 PM Syberia 2
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Hi Marian,

I'm hating myself for bothering you but I am stuck and getting frustrated but afraid to look at the walkthrough and see too much.

I'm in Youkoul Village trying to do the Lemming puzzle. I have one cork and a full flask of water. I went back and forth for water about 30 times before figuring out to save the game at the puzzle and then just reload from there but still am starting to hate that Lemming even though he really is cute.

Is there any kind of hint or guidance you can give without giving me the solution? If not, no problem.

Thanks!

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#1132033 - 11/15/17 07:44 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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The walkthrough is calling this the fruit of the sacred door puzzle - and yes, it involves a lemming. smile

It's a multi-step puzzle so it will be a bit difficult to give a simple hint for it. If you would like me to give you the first step, please let me know.

The first step does involve what the walkthrough is calling a cork bung, which I assume is the cork that you already have.

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#1132040 - 11/15/17 08:45 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Thanks Marian. I'll think on it/work on it.

Yes, the cork I have is a cork bung.

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#1132043 - 11/15/17 09:17 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Good luck! smile

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#1132047 - 11/15/17 09:20 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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thanks I will, of course, let you know.

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#1132054 - 11/15/17 10:09 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Sounds good. smile

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#1132068 - 11/15/17 11:29 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Well, I even went back to a prior save from a few days ago in order to not do something that I had done but that didn't help me. I played this game before but I don't remember having trouble with this puzzle. (Doesn't mean I didn't, just that I don't remember.)

I guess since it's late, I'll hold off asking for more help. Maybe this weekend I'll take it. mad

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#1132100 - 11/16/17 09:22 AM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Keep us posted. smile

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#1132321 - 11/18/17 05:57 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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The more I keep trying stuff, the more I remember that I DID need help with this puzzle before but unfortunately, I don't remember what it was. So, what can you tell me?

I hope I don't make you go through the whole walkthrough with me. Do you want me just to look at it?

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#1132324 - 11/18/17 06:20 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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You can either look at the walkthrough, or I could give you the first step - what do you think? smile

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#1132326 - 11/18/17 06:24 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Well, since I've managed to hold off looking at the walkthrough for this long, give me the first step. Sometimes when I start looking at the walkthrough, I never stop. I know I used it at the end of the game the first time I played. I hope I won't have to this time around.

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#1132329 - 11/18/17 06:49 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Step One:

Click to reveal..
Use the cork bung at right bottom hole to just have the left bottom hole available to the lemming. Pull back.

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#1132332 - 11/18/17 06:57 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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thanks I'll see where this takes me!

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#1132333 - 11/18/17 07:05 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Good luck. smile

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#1132413 - 11/19/17 04:00 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Hit me with step two Marian because I'm still not getting it. It seems to me it is some timing or positioning thing with the Lemming (from what I remember)?? duh

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#1132417 - 11/19/17 04:45 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Step Two:

Click to reveal..
Look close at harfang perch. Hang the prayer wheel on the horizontal bone. Based on Brother Andrei's book lemmings are favorite food of harfangs - so the lemming will be scared. Turn the prayer wheel to call the harfang. The harfang flies in and scares the lemming.

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#1132426 - 11/19/17 05:59 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Ah! And this brings me to what I knew I should have done in the first place - asked if I had everything I needed and if this was the puzzle I should be working on right now.

I do not have a prayer wheel and have been all over numerous times not finding anything new.

I think I may be focusing on the wrong puzzle but (as stated) haven't found anything new so no other puzzle is working for me right now either. redface

Thank you for trying to help me out! wavegirl

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#1132431 - 11/19/17 07:24 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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I finally found the hot spot I was missing! joy2 I knew I needed a stone for the slingshot and I knew where a stone was but it would not let me pick it up. Once I found the hot spot, I automatically picked it up.

Whew, finally able to move forward a bit!

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#1132433 - 11/19/17 07:30 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Great! smile

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#1132813 - 11/22/17 11:07 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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So, I'm trying to bring Hans back from near death and am in Valadilene. I know that Mr. Voralberg will go back to the factory at 7:15 but the clock is broke and is "stuck". All I have in inventory is the mammoth doll.

Am I missing a hot spot/item somewhere?

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#1132817 - 11/22/17 11:42 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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It doesn't look like you are missing an item. The clock is stuck, yes. It appears that you need to solve the clock puzzle by manipulating it in such a way that the time gets set to 7:15 and the bell chimes.

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#1132818 - 11/23/17 12:21 AM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Thanks Marian! I'll try again tomorrow.

Hope you are doing well and have a nice Thanksgiving!!

thanksgiving turkey


Edited by oldbroad (11/23/17 12:22 AM)

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#1132864 - 11/23/17 09:48 AM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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thanksgiving to you as well. I hope you have a pleasant, relaxing day. smile

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#1132931 - 11/23/17 03:13 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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I can set the clock to 7:15 but nothing happens. I have set the clock at every quarter of every hour and nothing happens. lol

I feel I'm missing something to help "unstick" the clock?? Just setting the time does not do that.

help

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#1132932 - 11/23/17 03:25 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Once you have set the time, you should take a look at the clock weight(s) and do something with that. Lastly, figure out how to get the bell to ring.

Sorry if I gave you the impression that once you had set the clock to the right time that you were done.


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#1132934 - 11/23/17 03:52 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Marian, I knew it wouldn't be automatic once the clock was set because then there would be no point in it being "stuck" so, no need to apologize. I know it's never that easy wink . I have been clicking some things, maybe not the right things (like the bell instead of the weights), to see if something would happen. I'll give it another go or two.

thanks

Well, actually, I still have a question because I cannot do anything with the weights. I am setting the time that is shown in Roman Numerals using the 2 switches on either side, however, the actual clock face does not change and I cannot change it. Is it supposed to change? Should I be able to turn the clock hands somehow? I still feel like I'm missing a hot spot.



Edited by oldbroad (11/23/17 04:00 PM)

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#1132935 - 11/23/17 04:00 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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The walkthrough says to "click-lower"...

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#1132936 - 11/23/17 04:01 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Sorry, see my edit above.

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#1132940 - 11/23/17 04:18 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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I really do need to apologize because I have given you misleading information.

1. Initially you need to flip the switches to a different time other than 7:15 (when I say a different time, it's a specific different time, not just any time)
2. Then you need to figure out how to wind the weight(s) and start the pendulum.
3. Then you need to flip the switches so that you get 7:15.
4. Then you need to wind the chime and get the bell to ring.

Sorry I made such a hash of this. I was reading the walkthrough wrong. What was missing in all of this was my brain!

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#1132941 - 11/23/17 04:25 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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lol Your brain must be out somewhere with my brain then!

I actually had tried some other times, such as 2:45 which I think is what the clock face has on it (and 3:45 because I wasn't sure) and 12:00 because that seemed logical. But while trying those, I may not have been clicking on the weights or whatever. I am weary of this game at the moment so I'm going to give it a rest for now.

I'll be back later though.

Thank you Marian!

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#1132946 - 11/23/17 04:47 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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You are welcome. grin

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#1132947 - 11/23/17 05:04 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Of course I had to give it another try even though I really am weary of the game right now (frustrated weary). I got the pendulum going fairly easily and I knew how to change the face clock time (not how to control it though), but managed somehow to get lucky and get the bell to ring. Glad that's done! slapforehead

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#1132948 - 11/23/17 05:10 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Another hurdle overcome! thumbsup

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#1132988 - 11/24/17 12:48 AM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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turkey

Finished the game thanks to you and your help Marian!

I know the first time I played the game I used the walkthrough at the end, but this time I didn't have too much trouble with the end puzzles at all, thankfully.

A short rest and then on to Syberia 3.

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#1133055 - 11/24/17 02:38 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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pumpkin Glad you made it through!

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#1133532 - 11/29/17 08:54 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: oldbroad]
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Oldbroad and Marian,
I also just finished Syberia 2, which I have played many times before. I actually have the original boxed version, so with a few "tweaks", I got it to work on my WIN 10 64 Bit PC.I love this series, so once in a while I re-install both S1 and S2. I'm currently playing S3, but not doing to well with some of the puzzles, but that's another story. LOL HAPPY GAMING!
Sandy

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#1133533 - 11/29/17 08:57 PM Re: Syberia 2 [Re: sanford]
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It sounds like you are having a good time gaming, Sandy. Good luck with Syberia 3. wave

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