Fragment 13 (Official): INLAUDETUS FOUND


#899

As with hackercat I spent entire too much time on this… :joy:

@Viviane You get all the time donuts. They have sprinkles.~ :hugs:


#900

ily, Rev. :joy: :hugs:


#901

Absolutely glorious!!!


#902

This needs to be made into a shirt :heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes:


#903

My new wallpaper!!


#904

I love it so much!!!


#905

thank you! that makes some more sense i think.
not at all where i was going with it.

good thinking!


#906

Oh, but isn’t this a wonderful surprise to wake up to. Thanks to everyone for your hard work (especially given that I, like Endri, suffer from a distinct lack of temporal papercraft skills), none of this would be possible without you :brain:

Good work, @Viviane!


#907



#908

More numbers. Lovely.


#909

It seems that the word “Book” is used to mean a heck of a lot more than bound paper in the realm of things Magiq.

The “Book” of Briars is a spell. Inlaudetus is an era in history called the “Book” of the Hidden.

To me at least, Augernon’s tone in this message is a healthy reminder that there is a hell of a lot more to all of this than solving the Fragments.

Thoth keep them, Ma’at guide them.


#910

Those look kinda like coordinates.


#911

Well, entered as coordinates, they are for some wilderness in Kyrgystan.


#912

Once again, well done guys for all your hard work! Especially you @Viviane!


#913

Are those clues for Fragment 14? What happened to the first fragment-per-key Roman numerals our “lodge” had been getting? We should ask Augie if they have been getting the same numeral sequence with Fragments 1-12 as we had, or could they have been getting coordinate values instead?


#914

I think those may be the Roman numerals on the bottom of the pages we got from Augernon. Could be wrong, though. I think these are the next clues that will lead to Fragment 14.

Hopefully Augie gets an email from the Book, soon.


#915

Do they fit with our sequence?

Edit:. Took me a minute to find the thread, but I don’t think they fit.


#916

As far as I remember. I posted the pages to the Lore section.


#917

The last ones @Robert posted we’re equivalent to “1647” and “1654” - I don’t think we’ve seen long decimals like these before.


#918

I mean, I could be wrong. So don’t take my word for it. I’m very sure that plenty of our experiences have been very different from the 94’s.