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    Default More Treasure – Numerology of ATT and the Companion book

    I believe there is a very strong link between the Companion book and ATT. This link suggests new treasure and how to find it.

    The Companion book is organized into sections - “Treasure Stories”, “Ciphers”, “Puzzles and Illusions” and “Solutions”. The “Treasure Stories” section page is in blue as are the “Number Drop-caps” for each story. The “Ciphers” section page is in green as are the “Number Drop-caps” for each cipher. The “Puzzles and Illusions” section page is in burgundy as are the “Number Drop-caps for each puzzle/illusion. The “Solutions” section page is orange.

    In the Companion book the “Treasure Stories” start as “Number Drop-cap” 1 and continue on to 13. The 13th Treasure Story is for Masquerade – Stadther’s tribute to Kit Williams. In ATT the Snail starts on page 1 and on page 13 there is a picture of Yorah . The 13 Jewels have already been found.

    The “Ciphers” section begins with the “Number Drop-cap” 14 and ends with 15. In ATT pages 14 and 15 are the Prologue that precede Chapter 1 and page 15 is the last page where the snail appears. I believe that this means there are 2 ciphers, which will each lead to a treasure.

    The “Puzzles and Illusions” section begins with “Number Drop-cap” 16 and continues through 100. In ATT Pages 16 through 100 are from Chapter 1 to “The End”. Quoting page 12 in ATT:
    “Finally, there are two ways to solve the puzzle…

    1) You can decipher the clues in the book, go to the precise location of the treasure and claim you treasure, or
    2) You can find the twelve jeweled creatures and their mates hidden within the pages of this book and, …..”
    I believe that this means there are two ways to solve each puzzle. To date, the Tokens have been found by deciphering a puzzle present in the images on the page. The other way to solve the puzzle is based on finding the jeweled creature and its mate (dual imagery). The two methods for solving are based on - puzzles and illusions.

    Additionally, there may be 10 rings. I read “10 Rings” on page 37, the YNOF cover, between “Nomenclature” and “of Faeries” I have no other information to corroborate that as yet, but think that it is interesting that 13 Jewels plus 2 treasure by ciphers and 10 rings would nicely fit into a 5x5 box with 25 spaces.

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    Default I heard...

    that the official solution manual is going to have actual images from the book!

    Must be nice!

    he he he

    Steve
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    Default Re: I heard...

    Quote Originally Posted by bass021
    that the official solution manual is going to have actual images from the book!

    Must be nice!

    he he he

    Steve
    I doubt the official book will be 1/10th as nice as your site!

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