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Thread: T2 Campaign: Lonmore v1.2 (November 12, 2021)

  1. #201
    Quote Originally Posted by MrMunkeepants View Post
    Mission 1:
    I have a couple of keys I can't find a use for (attic, museum), I can't find a code for the chest in the library office or keys for the bank sub-vaults.
    That was a lot of questions.
    Attic key is used in the spooky house. The museum is east of the hotel.
    The code is in one of the apartments to the west.
    One key is: In spooky house.
    The other one in Brigantias courtyard.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMunkeepants View Post
    Maybe because I can't find a way over to the NW section of the map? I am getting a little frustrated trying to get around; new_mantle is on, but I keep falling off ledges and failing to pull myself up onto balustrades, often then falling to my death. I feel like my jump is shorter than usual, too.
    Are Garrett being over weigh You get to the north part in part 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMunkeepants View Post
    Some others have reported low frame rate in open areas, and I'm also getting this. My PC can play relatively modern games at high settings, so this was disorienting. It also took a long time to save and to load.
    Also, a part of the ambient rain loop has sounds that are very similar to the guards' lip-smacking/teeth-sucking sound, and it has me constantly on edge.
    Too bad that you have bad experiences.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMunkeepants View Post
    Hot take time: I find the side-story of someone raping and murdering around town distasteful. It's bad enough hearing conversations & reading reading notes, but then finding dead bodies & naked victims spoils my experience playing.
    The thought is to hate the perpetrator, so that you feels satisfied when putting him in the cell or killing him. And the sad fact is, that this is how it is nowadays. Not that Thief takes places in this modern times.
    I guess it was better then.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMunkeepants View Post
    I will say, though: the spooky house genuinely startled me multiple times, and had a great sense of dread. I hated it in the best way.
    Glad you find something good too

  2. #202
    Member
    Registered: May 2003
    Location: West Seattle
    thank you for the clues, Beltzer; sorry if I was harsh in my previous post - I'd been running (and jumping and falling) in circles and was pretty frustrated. The library puzzle was great! I went back into the house of shadows and whispers and search again for an attic, but couldn't steel my nerves enough to also find the other vault key.
    On, to part 2!

  3. #203
    Member
    Registered: Jun 2010
    Location: Post Glacial
    Liked the FM and appreciate the work that went into it. Hey, there are some great parts and not so great parts. This is not a $$$ game here. It's a fan mission. Yes, it has some warts (I agree with most of the complaints), but it has some great play (I agree with the protagonists).

    Specifically on the lesser side, I think the loot on #2 was skimpy verses the goal. I also really don't like having to pick door locks just to open a room with no loot or clues. But then, maybe these were the places I missed a secret ?

    I got two really good evenings of play with this FM. Better than watching TV.

  4. #204
    Member
    Registered: Apr 2000
    Location: montreal
    Quote Originally Posted by maika View Post
    totally baffled trying to find the code ... which office has the two switches ... i have done the two switches in the prez office but don;t see numbers ...please help
    It didn't work for me either ... I flipped the 2 switches but no code ... what can we do ?

    The force field disaperead but can'T do anything without the code ...
    I may be blind But I found my way

  5. #205
    Member
    Registered: May 2003
    Location: West Seattle
    mission 2:
    my game froze while quickloading in the Hammerite temple, I had to End Process to fully exit. When I reopened, the quicksave slot was blank!

  6. #206
    Member
    Registered: Dec 2004
    Location: Germany
    maika & sexypat, the numbers for the code are in the president's office. I do not know whether you have to use switches to make the numbers visible, but I doubt it. If you still cannot find the numbers, look around near the bookcase.

    Still nothing? O.K., here it is in plain text: The numbers are on the wall directly at the left side of the bookcase. If you see them, but cannot make out/read them, use Garrett's eye zoom.

    Well, that should do it.

  7. #207
    Member
    Registered: Apr 2000
    Location: montreal
    Quote Originally Posted by baeuchlein View Post
    maika & sexypat, the numbers for the code are in the president's office. I do not know whether you have to use switches to make the numbers visible, but I doubt it. If you still cannot find the numbers, look around near the bookcase.

    Still nothing? O.K., here it is in plain text: The numbers are on the wall directly at the left side of the bookcase. If you see them, but cannot make out/read them, use Garrett's eye zoom.

    Well, that should do it.

    It worked thanks !

  8. #208
    Quote Originally Posted by MrMunkeepants View Post
    thank you for the clues, Beltzer; sorry if I was harsh in my previous post - I'd been running (and jumping and falling) in circles and was pretty frustrated. The library puzzle was great! I went back into the house of shadows and whispers and search again for an attic, but couldn't steel my nerves enough to also find the other vault key.
    On, to part 2!
    No problem.
    I'm glad that the spooky house was, spooky, for some people

    Quote Originally Posted by bjack View Post
    Liked the FM and appreciate the work that went into it. Hey, there are some great parts and not so great parts. This is not a $$$ game here. It's a fan mission. Yes, it has some warts (I agree with most of the complaints), but it has some great play (I agree with the protagonists).

    Specifically on the lesser side, I think the loot on #2 was skimpy verses the goal. I also really don't like having to pick door locks just to open a room with no loot or clues. But then, maybe these were the places I missed a secret ?

    I got two really good evenings of play with this FM. Better than watching TV.
    Glad you liked it, and thanks for the mini review

    Quote Originally Posted by MrMunkeepants View Post
    mission 2:
    my game froze while quickloading in the Hammerite temple, I had to End Process to fully exit. When I reopened, the quicksave slot was blank!
    Things like that are not fun. But i'm not sure that its have anything to do with the Campaign.

  9. #209
    Member
    Registered: Apr 2011
    Location: Lyon, France
    Quote Originally Posted by fortuni View Post
    If players are experiencing lagging when looking across wide open spaces it can help by checking you have the latest drivers installed on your comp, NVidia update their drivers regularly and I’ve found in the past significant improvement to lagging can be resolved by doing this.
    That will hardly change anything. NewDark runs on a single core and uses an ancient version of DirectX that will make even the best computers struggle with very complex scenes. Particle effects and lots of objects in view especially will tank your framerate.

  10. #210
    New Member
    Registered: Feb 2008
    Mission 2

    I am in Brigantia´s apartment in the building with 6 balconies but is empty. Only a loaf !
    What is wrong ?

  11. #211
    Quote Originally Posted by carlos schmidt View Post
    Mission 2

    I am in Brigantia´s apartment in the building with 6 balconies but is empty. Only a loaf !
    What is wrong ?
    You obviously got to a place that you are not meant to go to. Me and the beta testers worked hard to prevent that.
    How did you get there?

    *EDIT*
    I found a place myself. Damn.
    Last edited by Beltzer; 26th Nov 2021 at 05:40.

  12. #212
    New Member
    Registered: Feb 2008
    Mission 2

    From the hammerites I go south trought a cave and a gate. There is only one apartment open, inside the apartment I jump from the balcony to a windows and from there to a broken balcony !

    Can you give me a hint where I can find Brigantia ?

    Greetings from Brazil !

    Carlos Schmidt

    Age 72 , o old thief !!!!!

  13. #213
    Quote Originally Posted by carlos schmidt View Post
    Mission 2

    From the hammerites I go south trought a cave and a gate. There is only one apartment open, inside the apartment I jump from the balcony to a windows and from there to a broken balcony !

    Can you give me a hint where I can find Brigantia ?

    Greetings from Brazil !

    Carlos Schmidt

    Age 72 , o old thief !!!!!
    Thanks. That's not the way i found
    You wont see Brigantia in the last part. When you do a certain thing you get a new objective to see her, visit her and find some readable.
    Thanks. You are "old in the game"

  14. #214
    Member
    Registered: Jun 2011
    i paused for a week because i coudn't find anything.

    now i take a new courage. and will keep playing.

    at first i want to find the mask in mission two. it should be in the nort harea of the city . i climbed up the long ladder out of the courtyard of the hammerites . jump over the three sewer pies to the mansion with the parapet and flowers . but there is no windo ,where i can jump into a room. should i be at the wrong mansion for getting the mask ?

  15. #215
    Member
    Registered: Dec 2004
    Location: Germany
    I think you are not yet at Lord Ducarius' mansion where the mask is. Go further east to reach the mansion; it is directly to the north of an area where large crates and a crane are located.

    There are at least two ways to enter Ducarius' garden. You can take a direct route by using the crane to get over the gap before the garden wall and onto the wall itself, or you can search for an unexpected passage by going through the buildings standing east of the Hammerite area. Look for an underground passage there. I do not remember whether it was accessible from the roof of the southern of these two houses or rather from the cellar area of one of the houses. There could also be a way to get there from the Hammerite crypts. Anyway, one of the many passageways down there should lead you to a room with a long shaft up, ending in the Lord's well in the garden.

  16. #216
    Member
    Registered: Jun 2011
    is it the mansion with the two swimming pools on the top?

  17. #217
    Member
    Registered: Jun 2011
    edit wrong posting

  18. #218
    Quote Originally Posted by radogoal View Post
    is it the mansion with the two swimming pools on the top?
    No no, its not that hard to find. Its the most north you can get. Its a banner above the entrance, with a unicorn and with a D under it.
    It also has a well. Remember that north is to the right of the map.

  19. #219
    Member
    Registered: Jun 2011
    oh yes i see the mansion with de banner .

    'im in the area of the warehouse but i can't find a way to the mansion.

  20. #220
    Quote Originally Posted by radogoal View Post
    oh yes i see the mansion with de banner .

    'im in the area of the warehouse but i can't find a way to the mansion.
    Did you miss baeuchlein's post above?

  21. #221
    Member
    Registered: Jun 2011
    How can i have or activate the crane

  22. #222
    Member
    Registered: Dec 2004
    Location: Germany
    To use the crane, you have to turn it into the right direction. The controls for that are located in one of the buildings nearby. If you still cannot find it: Look for a shack just south of the area with the crates. I think it is to the southwest of the crane base, just a few meters away. The controls should be well visible on the inside, on the northern wall, close to a window. Just one lever can be used - that is the right one.

  23. #223
    Member
    Registered: Jun 2011
    thank you very much . I#m so stupid . it's very easy to use the crane

    now i'm in the room with the mask . where can i get the key for the little lock and whree are inforamtions for the 10 levers?

  24. #224
    Member
    Registered: Dec 2004
    Location: Germany
    A good source of information about how to get to the mask is in the guest room in which a rather small female guest sleeps. She also thought about stealing the mask, and has written something about this in her diary. I think it is located on a piece of furniture directly beside the bed.

    As far as I remember, the key is hidden in the Lord's bedroom. Check the wall clock; frob it blindly if you cannot see anything - I also only found that key by accident.

    The puzzle with the levers is dealt with in one or two readables. One of them - most likely the little woman's diary again - mentions a tower from which a window nearby can be observed. I think this tower can be accessed from the library which has one entrance in the hallway which also contains the main door to the mansion. Climb up in the tower and look for a window on the highest level of the tower. Open it if it is still closed, then look through it. You should see another window on another building's facade, and there are some picture-linke rectangles visible in the room beyond that window. Four of the rectangles look a lot different from the others. These symbolize the levers that must be used in order to open one of the grates before the mask. Use Garrett's eye zoom if you can't see the details well enough.

    If you still cannot find out which levers to pull, here's a direct and plain spoiler: Use levers 2 and 3 in the upper and 2 and 5 in the lower row.

  25. #225
    New Member
    Registered: May 2013
    Congrats, Beltzer and those who contributed to this!! Seems lovely mission, nice atmosphere, familiar voices... I'll keep this for Christmas, though. Can't wait to play it!!

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