Post by goldenchild on Mar 19, 2020 9:50:23 GMT -5
All I’m saying is It takes like a few second to send a tweet. Come on Lukas. Everyone’s at home right now worrying about the end of the world and all we want to do is see this thing solved before we go full out lord of the flies. This digital treasure will seem trivial in a post apocalyptic society. It’s now or never man.
Agreed. He says that not everyone is following Twitter so it would be an unfair advantage. But...he posted the December clue as Twitter only, so that reason don't really hold water.
I don't know...I can appreciate that he's really busy with a newborn, and if this were a free hunt that would be a good enough reason. But he has people paying monthly for the promised monthly clue.
"What you get: 1. Entered into a monthly drawing to ask one yes/no question regarding the current DBT riddle."
To skip a month doesn't seem right. Unless he pauses the Patreon charge for one month.
i agree but maybe he's planning something significant .. last month he not only answered the question but provided lots more info wich literally exploded the activity on this hunt. Im hopefull something good is coming.(maybe pick an extra person to ask a question) Lukas seems to genuinely care about this project and wants people to have fun. He has been pretty open to hearing suggestions and trying to put things together to make it more enjoyable (key testers) (screenshots) . The long wait is honestly killing me but i do understand with a new baby and all this crazy Corona virus business. Fingers crossed he's gonna do something good for the long wait.
Post by rhoddir2hedfan on Jun 21, 2020 22:20:27 GMT -5
Wasn't me. I started working on this last night. Managed to get the first key, and using the video hints muddled my way to the right area for key 2. Never did find the cipher or the books that were being talked about in the forums.
Post by stephenmcfly on Jun 22, 2020 0:13:12 GMT -5
The year is 2042.
I’m taking my family on a vacation up the Pacific coast. Wife. Two kids. A dog. I’ve got it all. We stop off in a charming Oregon town for a bite. It seems ...familiar, but I can’t place it. We park in a place called the Goldrush Center to pick up some fudge we saw a sign for. And then...Dan’s Ace Hardware. It hits me like a ton of bricks. Despite the several injections of Botox, I muster to shed a tear and I am suddenly overcome with a powerful cocktail of emotion. I throw myself into the Pacific Ocean, fulfilling the prophecy of the Watery Tragedy.