In honor of the VFD theme day, the challenge is to open the Vernacularly Fastened Doors. Each password is a proper noun from A Series of Unfortunate Events/. Clues of some sort are posted in the board description.
Good luck. The member that gains access through the most doors wins. The winner will be sent a signed copy of The Grim Grotto.
Here is an example, just to get you started in the right direction. If the quote for the door is "He loved Big Brother," you would know this is from 1984. The book was written by George Orwell. This should immediately bring to mind the character Georgina Orwell, from the fourth book. The password is Georgina Orwell.
1984 ---> George Orwell ------> Georgina Orwell (This is actually the exact same line of thought you follow to get the password to the first door, also "Georgina Orwell.")
As you can see, this is really just a simple name association game in disguise. Most puzzles consist of only two or three steps of association.
Last Edit: Jun 24, 2007 11:38:26 GMT -5 by Brevedy
Can someone please tell me what the answers were? Revelation has got me running in circles.
Papricot: I promised to change my profile if I won the Best Profile Germies award. I procrastinated on that promise and then ran into a witch who was into weird salads, so she turned me into a papricot
Jul 14, 2020 16:36:18 GMT -5
Marlowe: Damn. How are you typing all this if you're a papricot? Do you just bounce around the keyboard?
Jul 14, 2020 19:36:18 GMT -5
baudelaiire: sign up for spyfall pleasseeeee people
Jul 15, 2020 6:46:23 GMT -5
Jean Lúcio: sign up for spyfall pleasseeeee people 
Jul 15, 2020 19:36:15 GMT -5
Papricot: don't watch my vlog please thank you
Jul 18, 2020 12:44:23 GMT -5
klausfan1: *to the tune of Don't Touch My Hair by Solange* don't watch my vlog
Jul 19, 2020 7:20:49 GMT -5
baticeeer: Sorry, I deleted the wrong POST in spyfall. Now I understood the game better.
Jul 24, 2020 10:42:48 GMT -5
baudelaiire: can you pleeeeeeaaaaseeee dooo meeee a very friendly decision and help me by completing a survey for school? if anyone could spare five minutes to help that would be amazinggggggg
Jul 26, 2020 10:04:53 GMT -5