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#877191 - 03/31/13 09:57 AM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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Hi deleterman,

You shouldn't need to go back to an earlier save. smile Let's check over a few steps:

When you spoke to Dorko, did she ask you to get the amulet for her?

In the library, did you pick up the fallen letter and read it?

Did you manoeuvre the light beam correctly so that it shone back at the desk and opened up the top panel with all the pictures?

If the desk panels have opened up, you should be able to click on the roll-top part just below the panels to bring it into close-up, and then again on the active spot to open up the drawer itself.
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#877254 - 03/31/13 12:30 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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Rushes my friend,this is what i did so far on your list, yes Dorko did ask for the amulet, in the libary I did pick up the fallen letter and read it, now about the beam of light thats the part that i didn,t get...so now what do i have to do to correct this ? and move on...?

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#877319 - 03/31/13 05:34 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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First, be sure that you have the enamel plate from Dracula's bedroom.

This from UHS Hints:

At the top of the (library) ladder, you should see a crank.
Turn the crank to move the ladder.
There is something interesting on the wall behind the books.
It appears to be a light of some kind.
There is something in the library that needs to be fixed first.
It is somewhere nearby, on the bookshelves.
Starting with your back to the door (where you entered from the balcony), move forward two times.
Turn to the shelves on your right.
Look for an oval-shaped opening on the shelves.
It is at the fourth set of shelves from the corner, between the third and fourth shelf of books.
Use the enamel plate with the eye.
Go back to the ladder. Turn on the light again.

luck
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#877375 - 03/31/13 11:03 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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Thanks for your info,1st where do i get the enamel plate from draculas bedroom ? the only thing that my walkthrough talks about is the BALL,the picture and gem from the trunk.

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#877378 - 03/31/13 11:16 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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Reading the walkthroughs, I think the wt you are following uses a gem terminology instead of plate on the "eye" or opening.

Try that and see.

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#877391 - 04/01/13 01:39 AM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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I think that's the problem - you still haven't directed the light in the library. You can't open the drawer until you do that. You should have been in Dracula's bedroom to get the ball. The enamel plate was in the trunk in the room. An object in the trunk opens up to reveal the plate.
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#877639 - 04/01/13 09:20 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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Thanks guys got it now on to find Dorko.. happydance devilchili


Edited by deleterman (04/01/13 09:41 PM)

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#877641 - 04/01/13 09:42 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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I was just going to say that you are on the right track! Glad you're on the move again!
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#877740 - 04/02/13 09:27 AM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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thumbsup
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#878508 - 04/05/13 12:14 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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Thanks guys ! just finished this game -3rd time and it only took me 1 month..again thanks for all your info and patience ..H.B.

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#878517 - 04/05/13 01:05 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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Hope you enjoyed it! It's one of my favourites too.
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#878527 - 04/05/13 01:49 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: Rushes]
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mine also.on to the last sanctuary.. happydance devilchili

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#878734 - 04/06/13 10:43 AM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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So glad to hear you're going right on to The Last Sanctuary! I've always thought these two games should have been released together... TLS was my very first adventure game and I still love it!
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#878737 - 04/06/13 10:55 AM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: deleterman]
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I learned two very important things about Dracula in these games: he has incredible legs, judging by the number of stairs he climbs, and he loves gadgets. grin

Gil.
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#878810 - 04/06/13 03:26 PM Re: Dracula Resurrection [Re: traveler]
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Having recently replayed Dracula Resurrection I, too, am in the middle of a replay of The Last Sanctuary smile

Two great older games thumbsup
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