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#153266 - 06/02/07 02:29 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: KateVa]
sierramindy Offline
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Registered: 04/03/06
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Hi UruKat,
I clicked on the Gametap link and read about the new episode and then I clicked on "Instructions" and there I found a TIP for Relto Customization. There are Relto pages that allow this but they are hard to come by. There was a thumbnail picture of a Relto page. Well, I've come across several of these pages and have clicked on them but nothing happens that I can see. Do I need to do something else first?

Okay, you asked so here it is: Avatar name is mindyjo and my KI# is 06933099 and I already have it memorized. Like my social security number!
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#153269 - 06/02/07 02:33 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: KateVa]
Becky Offline
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Registered: 02/16/00
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Loc: Stony Brook, New York, USA
Sierramindy -- if you've memorized your Ki number already, that's a lot more than I've done! Uru itself should be a snap. lol

The Relto pages (as I recall) -- you have to click on them to see them fully, and then click on them a second time to get them into your Relto book. You could look at your Relto book and see if any of them have made it actually into the book (at the bottom of the page, you'll see a corner turned down, signifying that you can turn the page to see what else is in there). Once there, you can click on them to disable them or to enable them again.

Hmmm. What does everybody think of the new GameTap homepage. Is it just me, or is it a bit overwhelming? lol

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#153292 - 06/02/07 03:30 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: Becky]
Becky Offline
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A List of Ki Numbers!

I'm putting together a list of Ki numbers to make contacting other explorers easier for anyone who is new. Find out more info here.

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#153312 - 06/02/07 05:07 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: Becky]
Celtic Lark Offline
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Registered: 05/22/07
Posts: 690
Loc: Los Angeles, CA
Just sent an email off to you, Becky. smile

janinemary - I will keep an eye out for you as well. I can see you are new to GameBoomers. Welcome! I just joined a few week or so ago and everyone here is exceptionally friendly. welcome
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#153390 - 06/02/07 07:29 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: Celtic Lark]
sierramindy Offline
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Hi Becky,
Don't I wish! Memorizing the KI# happened to be easy because the numbers made a simple pattern, rather than completely random. What is hard for me is remembering that KI is pronounced key, not KY rhymes with MY. Should be KIE, I would think. Oh well, I'm being picky, picky, I know but I'm worn out from trying to solve CLEFT puzzles. I read a hint yesterday and thought I knew what to do. I didn't. Had to read it again today. I had to learn a bit more before I actually was able to fully understand the hint, actually it was a walkthrough but I only read the part I thought I needed to know. Today I read another walkthrough almost to the end (big discouraging mistake) and I'm not sure I will ever be able to do all that it said. Anyway, a question, do the 7 cloths have to be done in the same order as mentioned in the walkthrough? I hope not.
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#153402 - 06/02/07 07:58 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: sierramindy]
Becky Offline
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Hi sierramindy -- cloths can be touched in any order. Hmmm. Maybe I should look and see if my Ki number has a pattern (haven't thought to look for one!). lol

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#153427 - 06/02/07 09:18 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: Becky]
sierramindy Offline
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The pattern just was there for me, I didn't actually look for it. Some numbers just fall into place for memorizing better than others and my KI# is very nice that way. Really!
Thanks for answering my question as I was worried since I already have some, I think. I've got a new worry now! Today for the first time I did more than explore and worked out one of the puzzles.

Click to reveal..
I got the windmill to turn.


Now I'm worried that I didn't SAVE it and will have to do it all over again tomorrow unless there is an AUTOMATIC SAVE somewhere and how do I find it? I'm getting the feeling this game may just be way over my head, but as long as something new keeps coming along to satisfy my curiosity I'll stay with it. Like I've just returned from a party in one of the public bevins. I'm not really a party animal so I just looked in. Some avatars were dancing, others just standing around, and one was sitting alone not paying any attention to anything.
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#153434 - 06/02/07 09:33 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: sierramindy]
Becky Offline
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Registered: 02/16/00
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Loc: Stony Brook, New York, USA
Sierramindy --

Click to reveal..
You are supposed to get the windmill working! It sounds as though you are progressing nicely.


The game does autosave, so that any progress you made (like touching the journey cloths) will be there the next time you enter the game.

You'll notice that the hand lights up when you touch the cloths -- these can give you an idea of how many more cloths you have left to touch in that Age. If everything lights up except for three fingers, for instance, that means that you have 3 cloths left to discover and touch.

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#153476 - 06/02/07 11:04 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: Becky]
sierramindy Offline
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Loc: Rockford, Illinois
Since the game always starts at the Relto I suddenly wasn't sure if the progress would be there or not since this is actually the first time that I did anything in the game that I knew was part of moving the story along. Before that I had just been walking around touching things with nothing much happening except for finding the KI# and the Nexus and 2 books for my shelves. Oh, and knocking things over.
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#153489 - 06/03/07 12:43 AM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: sierramindy]
Celtic Lark Offline
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Registered: 05/22/07
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I was worried about the autosave too, sierramindy. I'm actually finding it a bit irritating that I can't just save wherever I am and then come back to it. Even though it's saving my progress, if an area was particularly difficult to reach, I don't want to leave it until I've done everything I have to do there. While I know what I've done will be saved, I'll have to get to that area again.

Thanks to all the GBers I met tonight who were so helpful. Kat, you are awesome (and magical!). L4L and Soot, it was fun to see you there. And mikeplay3, thanks for checking up on me through the evening to make sure I was doing okay. praise
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#154686 - 06/05/07 02:26 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: Celtic Lark]
sierramindy Offline
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Loc: Rockford, Illinois
Hi UruKat,
About those Relto pages, I actually do have them, I was just looking in the wrong book for them! Silly me.

Hi Becky,
I now have 6 of the Journey Cloths so I'm making progress. I've also emailed my KI# and avatar name to you, hope I did it right. I'm used to replying to email, not starting new messages.
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#154883 - 06/05/07 08:19 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: sierramindy]
Becky Offline
The Medieval Lady
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Registered: 02/16/00
Posts: 26893
Loc: Stony Brook, New York, USA
Hi sierramindy -- I just emailed you so you can respond with your Ki number and avatar name (I haven't received a message from you yet). thumbsup


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#155368 - 06/06/07 07:50 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: Becky]
sierramindy Offline
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Registered: 04/03/06
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Loc: Rockford, Illinois
Well, I tried, just didn't get it right. MAILER-DAEMON@yahoo sent me an email saying it couldn't be found and a whole page of stuff and numbers and gobble-de-gook to show how hard they looked for it. So lucky thing that you emailed me. I'm pretty sure my reply made it okay to you.
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#155381 - 06/06/07 08:18 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: sierramindy]
Becky Offline
The Medieval Lady
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Registered: 02/16/00
Posts: 26893
Loc: Stony Brook, New York, USA
Yes, it came through earlier today. Thanks sierramindy!

Becky

BTW -- for anyone who's interested -- I found this in an article in PC Gamer called "Helpful Tips for Addiction-Prone Gamers" -- it's directed at people who play online games way into the night and ignore their loved ones and go to work groggy-eyed, etc.

Suggestion #8

Quote:
Pick a game that lacks an addictive quality.

Myst Online: Uru Live has an active community, but no leveling and no character death, so players do not receive an adrenaline rush while killing or avoiding being killed. Uru Live is also about solving puzzles and mysteries, so the instant gratification element, while still present, is typically less than in combat-oriented MMOs.


Is this a compliment, do you think? grin

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#155747 - 06/07/07 02:33 PM Re: Rand Miller of Cyan in the GameBoomers' Bevin -- Shortened Chat Log [Re: Becky]
sierramindy Offline
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Registered: 04/03/06
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Loc: Rockford, Illinois
Definitely a compliment to my mind and a great selling point for playing MOUL too. My adrenaline gives me enough of a rush so I don't need the kick of combat added to it yet. Gimme a break!
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