18. Go to the library. The phone is ringing. Move the piece to the right and then take the cross shaped key from the phonograph. Also, notice the numbers 1795 on the telephone.
19. Go back upstairs to the Great Khan book (poster box). Place the spherical metal object in the slot on the right side of the book. (Turn yours into a sphere using the machine with the three crystals if you haven’t done so yet.) Pull the book open again and there will be a stage on top of it. Use your eyepiece to go inside. There’s a phonograph here. Take the blank wax cylinder.
21. Go back to the phonograph and place the blank wax cylinder where you found the cross key.
22. Go back downstairs. Place the cross key in the hole that’s shaped like a cross. Turn it and four symbols will appear in a sequence on four different drawers. This appear to be random each time, so you’re on your own for it. Open the drawers in that order. You get a new sequence each time you turn the key. If you get it right, you’ll get another token.
23. Give the token to Maggie the Fortune Teller. She’ll deal some more cards and this time point at the “Escape” ending. Take the crank handle from the machine.
24. Go back to the greenhouse(?) and look at the letter folded up near the phonograph. Then, place the crank handle in the slot on the phonograph and turn it. Some music will start playing into the telephone.
25. Dial the numbers you saw on the other phone (1795) and go back to the library to answer the phone. The phonograph will etch the tune into the blank wax cylinder. Take the etched wax cylinder.
*For those who need help dialing the phone number, a rotary phone works like this: you stick your finger in the hole that’s over the number you want and rotate clockwise until your finger hits that little stopper. Then wait for it to settle again and do the same with the next number. If you need more help, you can try this short video clip I made of the phone puzzle:
You can also try this instructional video I found on how to use a rotary phone:
26. Go back to the stage inside the Great Khan book (poster box). Place the etched wax cylinder into the phonograph. Press the button and the music will play. Take the third token and read the letter.
27. Go back to Maggie the Fortune Teller and give her the third token. She’ll deal four more cards and point to the one that says “Release.” Take the metal device from the drawer.
28. Go back up through the elevator to the atrium where you saw the safe originally. There’s a track running along the bannister next to where the safe was. Insert the metal device in the hole. Put on your eyepiece. There’s an etching of a key but it’s in three pieces. You need to turn the wheel to move the device and also rotate the the whole device to line up all three pieces and make a key. Then take it.
29. Now to find a use for this key! Go back to the greenhouse. There’s a brick wall with some loose bricks. Pull them out, then use your eyepiece to go inside. Line up the three pieces so they make a keyhole.
30. Now go around the the other side of the wall and insert the key in the keyhole in the tree. Turn the key. But nothing unlocks.
31. This next part is a little tricky. But my video might help. You need to go back inside the lock and turn the little handle on the key itself. It will rotate and pick part of the lock. Then, go back to the keyhole and turn the key one more time. Go back inside, turn the handle on the key again to pick another part of the lock. And last, go back to the keyhole and pull out the drawer to get the fourth and final token.
32. Go back to Maggie the Fortune Teller and insert the last token. This time she points to the “Lost” card and a different drawer will slide out. Take the second mysterious artifact. Notice that this one has a hexagon on the bottom. The machine will power down. That’s all for Maggie!
Now to get all three alternate endings, starting with Escape. Continue to the next page to see them.
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