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  1. Turkey-- Dear Diary: She was, however, able to uncover the thief's 'shopping list' of the most valuable artifacts to steal; the list was ripped and only three remained, and those were in written in riddle. ('were written') Sadie peruses the holy texts of England, Persian, Israel but finds nothing. ('Persia') Zul al Zan: Yes, until that Bavarian busybody starting poking her nose into my treasure chest. ('started') Nigel: How time as flown! ('has', event on May 15) Sadie: He's little a brown and he has this cute little red hat on ('and', Nigel's adventure in Turkey) Sadie: What a nice guy--going after to find my imaginary dog. ('going to') Dear Diary: The four of us made our way back up top where Lorelei explain her reasoning, or gave her excuses... whatever. ('explained')
  2. Turkey-- Sadie: Why did it stayed hidden for so many years? ('stay', from Felix's adventure) Rounding another rise, she is startled to see small figures moving in distance. ('in the distance') Still, there enough intact items to set any archaeologist's heart racing. ('there are enough') She shakes her head and prepares to enters the room, eager for a closer look, when a rumble shakes the earth and sets the ancient scrolls to rattling. ('enter') Lorelei: This another case of a woman's secrets, it would seem. ('This is another') There are also vases, jugs, rugs rolled up and leaning against wall, delicate jewelry, and other assorted antiquities. ('against walls', Ahmose's adventure) Lorelei: Only I have no idea as to their identity so I don't know if there are still here, or if the thief has managed to sneak them out. ('they')
  3. New Orleans-- Dear Diary: We wandered the streets to try and find someone who might knew what happened to Felix. ('know') New York-- Sadie: I can't see even see the kid... ('even see', from Easter with Felix) Turkey-- Dear Diary: Like today, I was wondering around the streets of Bergama, and I got utterly, completely lost. ('wandering', from Felix's adventure) Dear Diary: That boy is very inconsiderate, invading my archeological moments like this! ('archaeological') Dear Diary: I asked the state of Asclepius, god of healing, why I was having all these visions, but as expected, he didn't answer. ('statue')
  4. Haha Sterling's hair is a bit out there. He'll need a hat if he ever wants to go unnoticed.
  5. Nigel is so bad at deceit, it is funny. His rich person impersonation: "Now you're on the trolley, my good man." "I am far too busy being eccentric with my menagerie to stroll the streets with the common folk. Indeed." Oh well, at least Sadie will always be able to tell when he is lying.
  6. When you're doing the caper in New Orleans where Felix is missing, Sadie and Anna look for him in a small town. The name of town sometimes changes from Brackettville to Brackettsville to Bracketville. I'm not sure which is the correct spelling, but I can give examples of the last two: Bracketville doesn't seem to be too much more than an intersection and a few houses, but Sadie's not choosy. Anna: Wanna start shopping for a Bracketville shack? Bootlegger: And you must be that Quickfingers that them Brackettsville folk keep going on about.
  7. Yeah there are some really funny moments in the game. Kudos to the writers. I'm also a fan of Kheper - any scene with him is good. Another of my favorites is the 'Trafalgar Square' incident when you're helping Anna with the anonymous letter and get ambushed by pigeons and Roland comes up with a plan: Roland: In the name of the King --- CHARGE!
  8. New Orleans-- Nigel: I've asked Felix to help the boys check in at the Pontchartain, but... well, I'll give him a call in a few minutes and see where I'm needed more. ('Pontchartrain') Felix: Sadie, I have a feeling you know about this than you're letting on... ('you know more about this', from Felix's New Orleans adventure) The young Queen, beaming, walks alongside her partner... a broad-shoulder young man with a glittering crown perched on his head. ('broad-shouldered') In Felix's adventure in New Orleans, after Sadie and Felix fall into the room Louis Lambert is in, the game repeats the phrase from when they were following him: "They follow their quarry down a long hall, one which seems to have been blocked off from the rest of the ball. He disappears into what appears to be a storage room, while Sadie and Felix remain crouched outside. For several very long minutes, Sadie keeps her eyes on the balcony, looking for a sign of strange of hostile behavior. ('or')
  9. Peru-- Sadie is about to protest when glances up to see a slender wooden object slice through the air where her head used to be. ('when she glances up') Sadie: It's the least i can do... ('I') Guide: Not worry, everyone! The rope bridge is very safe. ('Not to worry') Ramiro: Still, you have to be very careful when traveling through a unmarked portion of the rainforest. ('an') New York-- Sadie: So you do have any information about James or the Golden Scarab? ('do you')
  10. India-- Steven: Sadie! How you doing? ('How are you doing', from Nigel's adventure) Lieutenant: The balance between native troops and British is a quite precarious, and as an Indian officer, I can't afford to upset it. ('is quite precarious', Felix's adventure) Sadie: There's an huge crowd outside the Majestic which is about twenty minutes away from turning into a mob, and there's an extremely important archaeological expedition whose fate depends on the success of this film... ('a', the Bombay film adventure) New York-- Dear Diary: Still on the trail of Anna's puzzle-obsessed admirer, we visted a different wing of the museum, the replica of Trafalgar Square. ('visited') Evelyn: I suppose I'll have to make some calls, see if I can get into touch with anyone... ('in', the fallen ceiling adventure)
  11. Australia-- Sadie: If we head to right, we'll be running along the harbor. ('to the right') Sadie: Now all we need it for Kate Leigh to fall down a manhole or something, and this will officially be a perfect day. ('is') Sadie: Well...adventure just seems to find me in these kinds of situation! ('situations') Sadie: He also somehow managed to wangle his way into a dig in the Outback. ('wrangle') New York-- Ahmose: The scared language of the gods? (I think it should be 'sacred')
  12. Alright, I just realized this and have to talk about it. When Sadie is talking to Roland on their way to Australia, he mentions that he's watching out for her at the request of the 'German diplomatic corps'. That's gotta be Ruddy's doing. So, basically, Ruddy sets Roland up to follow Sadie around, so he can then lure him into chasing Sterling, so Sterling can then trap him and take his ID??? And as far as we know, he's only ever seen Roland once, talking to Sadie in Egypt!! That's just so manipulative, and overly complicated, and.... you know what I think Ruddy's just crazy. Arrrgh.
  13. Australia-- Sadie: It is really necessary for us to go through his things? ('Is it') Pavier: Your mother and father were on in an expedition in the East Africa Protectorate. ('were on an') Sadie: Felix's family was hit pretty hard after when all those factories closed down after the market crashed. (just 'when') But finally, she finishes her improptu shift, and staggers out of the restaurant with a bag of hot food and half a dozen minor burns on her arms. ('impromptu') Lillian: Hallejuah! ('Hallelujah') Sadie: You're the leading figure of archeological society here in Sydney. ('archaeological')
  14. Ok, good! New York-- Sadie: And you're punishing me for falling for a floor? ('through' a floor, from Nigel's main story) Dear Diary: Curioser and curioser, as Alice would say! ('curiouser', from Central Park dig) Dear Diary: Is it just me, or is it a little awkward to have this big expensive balls and parties with quaint little 'farmer' costumes when so many people are poor or starving? ('these') Reaching down, Arun Kadam pulls the masks off the offender. ('mask') After a few minutes of trying to decipher the pattern and the nature of the clutter on Evelyn's desk, and a few more minutes of shifting towers of paper about, Sadie hits address book. (maybe 'hits on the address book', or something like that)
  15. Ok I see it on the screen that pops up when I get more Inspirations than I can hold. I guess that is that you guys are talking about? There isn't another way to bring that screen up, is there?
  16. Where is this exactly? I can't find it anywhere.
  17. I figured maybe I should start a new topic for typos and errors I find in the 3rd patch? But if you admins would rather keep everything in the original bugs topic, feel free to move this over or whatever. Anyway, here goes! Egypt-- Sadie: I don't suppose there's a loophole for women in all of this 'things man was not meant to know' rigamarole? ('rigmarole') And, at last, Aunt Evelyn is finally showing signs of forgiving Rudeger from getting stuck in a hole in the ground. ('for') Sterling: Darkness in the light, eh? (I think it should be 'light in the darkness', since what Sterling basically does is plunge him and Sadie into darkness and wait for a guiding beam of light.) New York-- Sadie: They think they lived through the best age in history and everything else and since is bunk. ('everything else since') A Jeweler: It can fetch a unimaginable price! ('an')
  18. Ok, so I can join this discussion now. At least on the main quest, anyway. I personally couldn't stand Ruddy, especially at the end. He's supposed to be this guy who cares about Sadie and just wants to use her to 'better' the world, but I think he showed his true colors in the final part, using threats and violence from the moment he entered the scene. I didn't much like Lorelei either, but she's an interesting character story-wise. I never knew which way she would go. I hope Sadie will tell Evelyn that Ruddy is probably still alive. She really should have told her aunt about Ruddy earlier, so it would be nice to see her learn from that. Plus I think Evelyn's reaction to what happened was interesting - she was sad, but didn't seem surprised that Ruddy did those things. And she also acted a bit odd when Ruddy sent that letter at the very beginning of the game. So, yeah, I want Evelyn to be more involved next time!
  19. I loved the adventure with Felix in Peru, not for the story, but for the dolphins. The pink river dolphins. So awesome! At first I was thinking what the hell, so finding out they actually exist made it even cooler. And thank you developers for having a drawing of one in the game!
  20. diggery

    Bugs and errors

    Turkey-- Sadie: Look... (hands him the paper) it's at least three day's drive. ('days'') Sadie: Hands keeps pointing beneath the seat... ('keep') Lorelei: Then we sent one, measly report with a rubbing of the tablet engravings and the sponsor's breathing down our necks! (comma shouldn't be there) Sterling: We're just the broad idea, people, Sadie! (comma shouldn't be there) Sadie: Lore was right, I bet this a Byzantine-era cache, post-Pergamon, but... a lot of these sources are a lot older. ('this is a') Sadie: (gesture for him to follow her onto the platform) --- (should be 'gestures') New York-- It's my birthday tomorrow, and as such a whole slew of present and cards have arrived from all over the world. ('presents') And I finished the game! I guess I'll wait till a new patch is released before I play another round.
  21. diggery

    Bugs and errors

    Turkey-- Sadie: ... You were the only one who talked archeology with me day and night. (spelling) Diary: You must not entire the chamber in the empty place. ('enter') Sadie: Er, sorry, but... I really have no idea how I got here, then I find a lost city in a underground cavern, and THEN I find some random stranger in the deepest basement I've ever seen. ('an') Diary: Like today, I was wondering around the streets of Bergama, and I got utterly, completely lost. ('wandering') Diary: I asked the state of Asclepius, god of healing, why I was having all these visions, but as expected, he didn't answer. ('statue') Diary: That boy is very inconsiderate, invading my archeological moments like this! (spelling) Sadie: Why did it stayed hidden for so many years? ('stay') Still, there enough intact items to set any archaeologist's heart racing. ('there were enough' or 'there are enough'?) She shakes her head and prepares to enters the room, when a rumble shakes the earth and sets the ancient scrolls to rattling. ('enter')
  22. For the Twelve Obstacles quest in Turkey, would it be possible to indicate when one story ends and the second begins? I was a bit confused by it, and so picked the wrong inspirations for the start of part 2.
  23. diggery

    Bugs and errors

    New York-- Sadie: Add to that 'the Hero of Alexandria,' India... except, no, Alexander certainly wasn't cotemporaneous with the Mughals. ('contemporaneous') The crowded room is piled high with fake clay tables, loops of heavy costume jewelry, masks, and lengths of some shapeless robes. (I think it should be 'tablets'?) Sadie opens the diary and places on the Professor's desk. ('places it on') Evelyn: I've never lovelier roses ('never seen lovelier', from Easter with Aunt) Turkey-- A room away, Zul al Zan shoves the front door open; he staggers in, followed by the a wide array of soldiers and thugs. (should be just 'a') Rudeger: It's the fruit of the your parents' research, Sadie - I see no reason why it shouldn't be part of the Keating Collection. (shouldn't be there) Diary: Just when I thought I had figured out all the double, triple, and quadruple crosses between Zul al Zan and Marcel's crews, it turns out there's another bag guy in the mix: Professor Blake was the one who waylaid Roland, and it sounds like he's after the colony as well. ('bad') Newspaper: Friends, I hear Sadie Keating is living the great dream of the film age, galavanting about the mysterious Orient with a dashing criminal shiek (or two!), a French rogue in pursuit, and a haughty German beauty competing for the spotlight. ('gallivanting' and 'sheik')
  24. diggery

    Bugs and errors

    New Orleans-- Sadie: Probably even of a lower quality then the one's dad used to play at home (Anna's adventure in New Orleans, 1st underlined word should be 'than', 2nd should be 'one' or 'ones') Jazz Musician: Sure, Vivant may be able to hear a whisper or two from the spirit world, pass down from her grammy, I'll wager. ('passed') Soup Vendor: No, no, not all. (should be 'not at all', in response to Sadie asking if he burned himself with his soup) Sadie and Ahmose creep from crypt to crypt, drawing closer to a chanting sound, until they come to a round space with walkways of radiating out of it. (doesn't say what kind of walkways) The old witch throws some powder on the fire and it roars up, driving Ahmose back and singing his arm. (should be 'singeing') ?: Kind of you, but there are still three crazed witches about to call a coven done on us. (should be 'down', I think Ahmose said it but I'm not sure) Clyde: Not git, before that coven breaks out and starts searchin' in earnest. (should be 'Now git') Waitress: Old Clyde passed on several year back. ('years') Newspaper: I hear over the last few days the newspapers in New Orleans have been received letter after letter from anonymous sources claiming that Sadie is cavorting with the Undead... ('have received' or 'have been receiving'?)
  25. Maybe do both? That is, note the parts that can be skipped in, say, green, and when you get to the point in the caper also note the specific choice that will bypass the obstacle in green.
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