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#1 2014-05-04 11:32:22

Lord0fHam
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From: California
Registered: 2014-02-11
Posts: 487

The end of Ronald William Buckely, and the last goodbye of Lord0fHam

Well folks, I've been robbed. Blip got me for 33 paintings and 45K. I think I've had enough of this game and probably won't be returning, and even if I did, at the current rate of player base decrease, I'd probably be the only player. The game was great, and so was my house. I can safely say, the after two months of being up, NO ONE ever got past the first part of my house. Since I'm not going to be playing any more, I thought I'd share my map. Please tell me what you think about it and feel free to use parts of it for yourself.

I had a great time everyone.

Sincerely
Lord0fHam

Here is the map.
If anyone wants to know how to solve the thing, or portions, let me know.

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Last edited by Lord0fHam (2014-05-04 11:54:44)


It's a trap!

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#2 2014-05-04 11:37:23

Blip
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Registered: 2013-05-07
Posts: 505

Re: The end of Ronald William Buckely, and the last goodbye of Lord0fHam

Lord0fHam wrote:

If anyone wants to know how to solve the thing, or portions, let me know.

Here's the solution: Bring in a huge amount of tools and smash everything in your way. tongue
Anyways, I really like the design. It's far more secure than the previous incarnation as well. I only robbed you based on a guess to follow the first wired wall that I saw that wasn't there in the older version.
Thanks for the paintings, and sorry to see you go.


Current life: Not dead, but I have no clue who I am
The Life and Times of Christopher Alvin Harris
Record: 149 Paintings!

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#3 2014-05-04 11:59:53

Lord0fHam
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From: California
Registered: 2014-02-11
Posts: 487

Re: The end of Ronald William Buckely, and the last goodbye of Lord0fHam

Blip wrote:

Anyways, I really like the design. It's far more secure than the previous incarnation as well. I only robbed you based on a guess to follow the first wired wall that I saw that wasn't there in the older version.

Yes, i suppose that part was unnecessary, and would have been more secure without it.


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#4 2014-05-04 14:59:37

Cylence
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Registered: 2014-02-21
Posts: 346

Re: The end of Ronald William Buckely, and the last goodbye of Lord0fHam

Back in my robbery days in the lives before Jensen, I played with that southern Cat for a bit. Nice house.


Current Life: Mark John Perez
Prev Life: Ronald Michael Jensen
Burglary: Home Invasion 101
Building: House Design 101

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#5 2014-05-04 15:47:25

gyuri
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Registered: 2013-07-09
Posts: 231

Re: The end of Ronald William Buckely, and the last goodbye of Lord0fHam

Hello rotary switch room, long time no see.

However, it's a shame you leave.

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