Speculating On The Contents of Large Tumbler Size Boxes [Wrong Answers Only]

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Re: Speculating On The Contents of Large Tumbler Size Boxes [Wrong Answers Only]

Post by Navi » Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:28 am

a 1928 tumbler box contains a portal to the bottom of the ocean where Verungnr lies sleeping, I mean Cthulhu... Or do I, comprehension means insanity... or does it...

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Re: Speculating On The Contents of Large Tumbler Size Boxes [Wrong Answers Only]

Post by Lexx416 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:30 am

When you get above 50 Tumbler Boxes, you run the risk of bending your lockpicks into non-euclidean shapes - so be careful.
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Re: Speculating On The Contents of Large Tumbler Size Boxes [Wrong Answers Only]

Post by Acarin » Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:31 am

56 tumbler lockboxes revert a single closed bug back to its original state.

59 tumbler lockboxes revert all closed bugs back to their original state.
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Re: Speculating On The Contents of Large Tumbler Size Boxes [Wrong Answers Only]

Post by nobody » Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:41 am

71 tumbler boxes have broken fragments of glyph plates, they cannot be reassembled and attempting to study them only results in sanity loss

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Re: Speculating On The Contents of Large Tumbler Size Boxes [Wrong Answers Only]

Post by nobody » Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:27 am

23 tumbler boxes contain an unfinished lore article on the Khaldea's Seven Cities. Reading it at various times of day will have different draft versions, but it always ends mid-sentence.

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