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I wonder if anyone can help me. I am completely stuck on this Da Vinci Code web quest thing. Here is a link
I have got to the second gate and can't for the life of me work out where to write the 25 letter code when I have woked it out. Please can someone have a go and tell me?? It is a good 'quiz'. The answers to the first questions if you need them are as follows ... (don't look if you want to try them yourself obviously) http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
THE LAST SUPPER
WWW.robertlangdon.com (http://WWW.robertlangdon.com) (but I don't know where to write this ! ?) PLEASE HELP http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
Ok, curiosity get the better of me once again-
What is the Da Vinci Code?
I have heard plenty of referances to it but I never took the time out to investigate it.
I actually haven't read it but I am trying to get it. I read his other book 'Angels and Demons' it is all about the Illuminati. It is really interesting and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys Lara Croft type things (if you remember the Illuminati appeared in the first film).
Did you have a look on the site I linked in?? http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
no, not yet.
I just looked it up on answers.com. I'll follow the links though, give me a minuit.
you write it in the web browser and then click on contact then you send an e-mail to the adress and the next clue comes as an automated email reponse!
i solved it right now for you :D
but at some point you need to make a phone call to ny!! it is crazy don't they know how much money that phone call would cost! thieves! robbers!!! >=(
The riddle tells you whom to contact:
So: Go to that page and contact this Robert Langdon guy!
EDIT: Awww, you beat me to it while I was typing!
[ 15. August 2005, 20:30: Message edited by: MonA saX ]
Thanks superstar and crux2 !! You are both Fantastic! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
And Monasax! :D
[ 15. August 2005, 20:32: Message edited by: MissNATLA ]
oh no problem it was fun
if you cann the telephone no
please tell me how it goes :D
right i am at the bank of zurich page so far (doing well?) i have tried the names robert langdon, jacques sauniere and Marie Denarnau none work please PM me with a clue
oops dont bother i worked it out
but someone from NY could you phone this number for me? (212) 782-9920
EDIT: www.doubleknightbooks.com (http://www.doubleknightbooks.com)
[ 15. August 2005, 22:35: Message edited by: burninglight ]
Burning Light. Who does that number belong to?
that's the number you have to ring in new york for the clue. as i think it would be a waste of peoples money (espc. trying to phone from UK!)
the telephone no was for anyone who wanted it so they could find out the answer. i found out the answer and posted the link to the site the phonecall refers to tlr. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif don't worry i would never give out someone elses phone details ;)
ive entered the davinci code's page (in spanish:P), and solved all the gates, but it havent gave me any number, ando also you need to read the book http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
yeh chapter 44
Took me a while to figure the last one out. But I loved every minute of it.
I'm doing my master's thesis on Brown's books, especially The Da Vinci Code. I remember that when I read the cover of the book (not knowing yet what it was about) that it reminded me very much of AOD - I guess this was the same for most of you? Oh and MissNATLA, thanks for mentioning the fact that the Illuminati were in the first film, I forgot that and that's another link from Brown to TR http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif That will give me another reason for an academically justified TR screenshot in my thesis http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
what? are you serious about the thesis thing? Thats great!! So you know all about the illuminati?
No, I'm sorry http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif My thesis is about the books as literary phenomena - why they are successful, what is new about them or what isn't, what messages does Brown want to get across and things like that. I'm planning on writing a small bit on the reality behind the novels, but as this is hard to track down I don't want to go too deeply into that. But I am going to mention TR as one of the (possible) sources for Brown's novels! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
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