19 thoughts on “Let’s Play The Council Episode 3 Part 6 Ending – Crypt Door Puzzle [Ripples PC Gameplay]

  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    22:50 made me laugh. It's just so relatable.

    Edit: I also just binged the whole playlist and am sad I reached the temporary end cause I feel I will have forgotten all the crazy details when the next part is out xD

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    Man, the charm of this game
    it's great
    It's objectively not a well-polished game (or really even a good game) but it's just super fun, it feels like a b-movie pretty much and the twist and turns are also real fun,

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    I am really impressed with your puzzle solving skills Welonz!
    To be honest this episode was very interesting. I am looking forward to next episode.

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    Sadly for me, the main reason I knew it was Golgotha was because I remembered the description of the excrement demon in Dogma.

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    I thought you had the moon wrong, there's a mnemonic in french for moon quarters where either the moon looks like p=premier quartier (1st quarter) or it looks like d=dernier quartier (last quarter). Good reflex saving your hand though lol

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    This puzzle was definitely an improvement over the last episode with no real guesswork other than the symbols which are pretty self explanatory. You did well to solve it but Sarah wasn't nearly impressed enough. The least she could have done is given you some applause…

    I wonder if losing a hand is a straight game over. It would be interesting to see if the game could continue after that.

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    I'm impressed Welonz just guessed instead of Googling the answer with regards to Jerusalem vs Golgotha! Well done 😀
    EDIT: I'm also amused months from the Arabic/Hijrah calendar are mentioned, those names would be familiar to Muslims, like Ramadan. The years being "negative" might mean they're actually using the Hijrah calendar (dating from an event significant to Muslims happened around 622 AD), hence a date for Jesus' crucifixion would be hundreds of years before Hijrah.

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    31:55 You know when Welonz feels she's finally beat a tough challenge when that victory cry is let loose, last heard when she defeated Sigrun Queen in GoW.

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    This is such a weird game, but it has just the right amount of quirkiness to keep me interested. Nice work on the puzzles and all that, Welonz. I look forward to the next episode.

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    Despite of all the cringy awkward bugs and oversights I enjoy the thrill and looking forward for more.

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    its golgotha because its a place near jerusalem, golgotha is that place near jerusalem

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    Having been raised roman catholic was actually of use for once 😛 Golgatha is the actual place of the crucifixion just outside of Jerusalem, Jesus had to wander there carrying his cross.
    Edit: Well done, especially on the quick reaction to save your hand.
    You complaining about the cliffhanger…the irony (your editing lately been top notch in that regard, lol)
    I think the 6th part were the notes from the architect.
    I'm surprised you haven't found the missing parts of the manuscripts by Mortimer and Sarah yet, even though you said you've been to everyone's rooms over and over. They're quite nice to have (give 3 different skill points each).
    Looking forward to Episode 4!

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    It was Golgotha and no Jerusalem because the exogesis said it was in a place NEAR Jerusalem, not IN Jerusalem.

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  • 15 août 2018 at 6:12
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    well done, i almost make the same mistake with the moon but i didn't have the points to take the hand out, luckily i didnt press the button

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