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  1. #81
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  3. #83
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    Quote Originally Posted by BB_Saqui View Post


    Dear chocolate lovers,

    Celebrate this special day with us by rescuing four innocent chocolate bunnies:

    A concerned menagerie owner has contacted you for help. He was recently visited by a travelling chocolatier who happened to be selling all sorts of exotic coco-inspired treats; including some very uncanny creature-shaped chocolate figurines. However, shortly after the merchant left, the menagerie owner discovered he had been robbed: his most prized Rabbits were gone!

    These were no ordinary rabbits either - an extremely rare species who have a special gift of forming a deep psychic bond with their owner. Using this to his advantage, the owner managed to see through the eyes of his beloved furry friends to try and gain clues on how to set them free: They're locked up in a cage, in an underground lair deep underneath the event-island. Worse yet - it looks like the captor plans to add them to his chocolate-figurine collection with some crude concoction that's brewing in a big cauldron!

    But there's hope: their captor is busy watching a football game on the island - this may be the best time for them to escape!

    They know that the cage has a four number code and from the number of digits that their captor has dialled into the lock when opening the cage. The first and last digits are odd numbers. Also, their captor has a tell: every time he opens the cage, he would look towards the location of the Mayor’s house, then he'd look West, then North, and finally he’d look towards the location of the Mountain. They know this has some relation to the number pad locks.


    Can you figure out the four-digit code to unlock the cage, or will the bunnies end up as a chocolate delicacy? Crack the down and the 4 bunnies will be released on your island!*


    *players who successfully managed to crack the code will receive the 4 (normal) chocolate bunnies as a prize in their mailbox
    1487

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  7. #87
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    Hello Saqui, I reckon the numbers are: 1 - 4 - 8 - 7 Thank you for the competition

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  9. #89
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    code 1473----moyors sector 1 from footy field west is sector 4 north is sector 7 towards mountain sector 3

  10. #90
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    Assuming that the numbers are those of the sectors and that the event island and its sector are the central point and not counted, Mayor's house would be 1, West 4, North 8 and the Mountain 3. This also goes along with the first and last digit being odd.
    Therefore the code is 1483! Let's free those bunnies and what/whoever else has been locked up without proper reason.

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