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#206839 - 09/24/07 10:35 PM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: gordon24]
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Hi smile

Twiddle the freezer's temperature control dial ....

Cheers.

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#206896 - 09/25/07 08:07 AM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: Mad]
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Pull the leal apart, freeze the stem which would be full of water and try that as it may not defroast so quickly.
Edit or pull the freezer over towards the door - reducing the journey time laugh
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#206923 - 09/25/07 09:02 AM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: old lady]
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If you pull the freezer over, you may pull the plug out and no more cold. Oops.

Bets
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#206940 - 09/25/07 09:29 AM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: flutist]
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I certainly regret that I didn't stop back after pg. 2. rotfl

Do have a question of course; once "we" help get you out of the room, which of course will happen, since Baag'ers are the ultimate at getting out of tight spots, then, "we" must help you escape the confines of "said asylum"? (delightedly rubbing hands together)

But back to the locked room...have you used the ladder to look on any and all high spots that may have ledges, for further useful objects?
Why do I get the feeling the exotic plants may have more use than sopping up water????
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#206941 - 09/25/07 09:32 AM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: flutist]
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Originally Posted By: flutist
If you pull the freezer over, you may pull the plug out and no more cold. Oops.

Bets



That's where the
Quote:
an electrical extension cord

Gordon found in one of the drawers comes in smile
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#206953 - 09/25/07 10:06 AM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: PolloDiablo]
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Yeah, but is it long enough?
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#206967 - 09/25/07 10:46 AM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: flutist]
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Hmmm, if the electrical extension cord isn't long enough and the freezer has already been moved closer to the door, maybe it could be used as a battering ram to knock the door down?
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#207055 - 09/25/07 03:52 PM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: sierramindy]
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Wow! I'll try to keep up!

A thought suddenly springs into my head! Can I turn up the freezer (but I don't know how you make ice colder than ice) I open the door but this is a very old machine and has only two settings on the heat dial ON and OFF. I decide to leave it ON.

The plants have taken great exception to me eating their young and have pulled up roots and slunk off into the dark recesses of the room. (I did say they were exotic!!)

I wonder if I can pull the freezer nearer to the door. It's a very large freezer though.
However I extend my manly frame to its full six feet three inches, flex my solid, well-toned muscles and apply my not inconsiderable strength to the task. I eventually with great exertions manage to get the freezer slowly moving. Gradually I ease it towards the door, the veins in my huge biceps pounding under the strain when suddenly

---BOINGGG!---

Oh Oh!

I immediately check my manly physique to see if anything has moved from where it should be, but all seems OK

What I do find is that the electric cord has stretched taut and the freezer won't move any further.

Still too far away.

I unplug the freezer and continue my endeavours. Eventually I reach the door. Unfortunately due to the feat of moving the freezer I have generated so much body heat in the room that the freezer has defrosted. This is not a surprise, as the sweat from my glistening black hair is still dripping from my square-cut chin and running down my heaving chest.

I catch my reflection again in the freezer door and see the weedy little runt I really am. Oh well if you can't boost yourself up a bit in your own adventure when can you? Still I bet I had the ladies going for a while.

I use the extension cord with the freezer and the electric outlet, freeze more twine and poke out the key onto the book page. Pull the page under the door, use the key and Open Sesame, leave the kitchen. The door slams closed behind my and won't reopen.

I am now in a small bare hallway. There is one metal door, with no keyhole. No windows, no secret passages, no dumbwaiters. All I can see is light coming in from a part open skylight high in the roof.

On a shelf by the door is what appears to be the most complicated key-pad I have ever seen.

Still following! My fingers need to stop for breath now.

Cheers
Gordon24

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#207148 - 09/25/07 08:00 PM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: gordon24]
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Hmm, sounds like time to put that ladder you've been lugging around to good use. I say put it up and check out that sky light. There must be a dusty ledge up there where the last person stuck in this hallway etched the code to the keypad. Why a person would do that, I have no idea. But this is an adventure game afterall... :/
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#207153 - 09/25/07 08:15 PM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: zookeeper]
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Since the keypad is on a shelf and not on the door or on the wall next to the door, does that mean it can be picked up? So, is it something to add to the inventory?
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#207299 - 09/26/07 08:08 AM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: sierramindy]
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Dear Gordon 24, at this point the batteries in your mouse run out. There are no spares and the shop is closed. You try to "borrow" the batteries from the TV control and the childre start to scream. Your poor long suffering wife rushes in forgetting she has left the chip pan on the stove. The smoke sets off the fire alarm and both cats run to the catflap and get stuck. The neighbours ring the police and you show them this thread to explain what is happening. You are now back in your striaght jacket. luck
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#207348 - 09/26/07 09:48 AM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: old lady]
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Oh my gosh Gordon, you are in trouble now. Yikes.
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#207477 - 09/26/07 03:28 PM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: flutist]
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Personally, I do not see any long, suffering wife, but I do see one laughing her head off and wondering just how our intrepid adventurer is going to work his way out of this latest puzzle, which we gamers love. Yes, I think the ladder will come into play with the skylight, and I want to see what is up there! As for the keypad, maybe trying random keys will set off an alarm and help will come? Or not.
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#207500 - 09/26/07 05:03 PM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: sierramindy]
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Fingers fit and ready to go.

Sorry old lady, but I'm still unfettered, I don't want to got through all that again.

You mentioned a rubber chicken and a parrot a few posts ago. I once had a great idea for a money making exercise using a rubber chicken, well rubber cockerel actually, and a parrot that was accompanying me at the time.

Having been woken every morning by the strident screech of the rubber cockerel I thought what if we could cross the cockerel and the parrot. The cross bred cockerel offspring could then be taught to talk like their mother and instead of the raucous racket every sunrise I could teach them to sing Morning Has Broken, or Good Morning, Good Morning.
A much more pleasant sound to be woken by.

I duly crossed the rubber cockerel with the beautiful female parrot and all seemed well, but there was an unforeseen flaw in the plan.

Every time the parrot laid an egg it bounced so high, so fast and so far that I was never able to actually find one!

Back to the plot.

A bare hall, two doors both locked. Plain concrete walls, floor and ceiling (if you wanted fancy graphics buy a Benoit Sokal game!) The graphics in my adventure are so crude you could run them on an abacus.

The part open skylight in the centre of the ceiling attracts my attention. I deftly whip the twenty foot ladder from my pack
and attempt to reach the skylight. The ladder is six inches too short. (Why didn't I say it was a twenty-one foot ladder right at the start?)

I decide to try the key-pad.

There are dozens of identical small buttons across the top of the unit. Below that are what I assume are the keys.

There is a mysterious word BZNZSZ emblazoned across the top of the box. Is it a code as to how it operates.

I try a few of the buttons. I press one and a deep noise fills the room.

Boom! -- Boom! ------- Boom! - Boom! - Boom
!
This continues repeating over and over again. Nothing seems to happen to the door. I press a few more buttons, and various sounds add to the deep booming.

I begin pressing the keys below, and yet more noise issues into the room, but still no signs of the door opening.

I am just about to give up when I notice a small bit of paper hidden under the key-pad, and pick it up, and see.

THE ALPHABET
TEBAHPLA EHT

Is it a clue to the mysterious code?

I think I need help. (Strangely other people often say that to me as well)

Gordon24

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#207504 - 09/26/07 05:15 PM Re: An e-mail about BAAGS: The Innocent Exposed! [Re: gordon24]
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You have a brilliant mind and since you don't seem to have pen and paper, you decide to mentally imagine writing down two lines of text, the alphabet and directly beneath it, the alphabet backwards. So, in your mind, underneath the A you write the Z, underneath the B you write the Y, underneath the C comes the X etc etc. You quickly realize BZNZSZ spells YAMAHA in this cypher. But how does that help you?
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