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RE: What hides between Shadow and Light?

By hole digging critters, they probably refer to the fans trying to get info at all costs! Big Grin

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12-15-2008 08:31 PM
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RE: What hides between Shadow and Light?

And finally the text will be:

"Ha ha! You sucker, so you finally discovered this text out!"

Wink:

12-16-2008 07:31 AM
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RE: What hides between Shadow and Light?

Oh, didn't notice the submit button until now. Anyone tried to figure out the code yet?

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12-23-2008 08:56 PM
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RE: What hides between Shadow and Light?

I saved down one of the checkentry.php.htm files and found this line in it: <!--// <p>of Pisa</p>
<p>The primeary casuse</p> //--> anyone have any ideas?

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12-23-2008 10:07 PM
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I think someone noticed that a few pages ago. Seems to reference that Fibonnaci guy and... two typos?

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Oh, I never saw that, sorry! Tongue

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12-23-2008 11:14 PM
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RE: What hides between Shadow and Light?

Hello guys new user here.

About this riddle when you first start the Penumbra BP game in that room that you need to escape you find a paper with this words.

"Between light and shadow, exists an entire world. That world is necessarily our own.

Get out. Now.

O."

I tried to put that on the writing box, it didn't worked, but it must be a clue.
01-28-2009 05:01 PM
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RE: What hides between Shadow and Light?

Hi Argoon.
Yeah, i think that all of frictional's games will mention each other, whether it's through the archaic, or a mention of a place in greenland where...etc.

Maybe this was a mention of the game when it was still in the eariliest stages and just a concept, so they could use it as a clue.

i wonder what the O stands for.. anyone think of any penumbra characters begininng with the letter O?

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RE: What hides between Shadow and Light?

(01-28-2009 05:01 PM)Argoon Wrote:  "Between light and shadow, exists an entire world. That world is necessarily our own.

Get out. Now.

O."

The light and shadow part references "penumbra", which is the area between light and dark. I haven't got an example for what a penumbra is in real life though.
The second part I don't really get and I'm guessing it's a grammar confusion/poor translation.
From what I remember 'O' is Neil Oswald, the cheif chemist that replaced Troy Retonesque in 1991. I think he was the one who put up all the laser mines and that he's the first dead guy you find (and draw blood from).

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(12-23-2008 08:56 PM)Kedjane Wrote:  Oh, didn't notice the submit button until now. Anyone tried to figure out the code yet?

What do you think will hapen if someone submits the correct answer?
01-30-2009 03:21 AM
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