# Recent content by frc2318

1. ### DS #5654: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (Europe)

If you want to figure out the answer yourself, I can give you some hint: 1. statement 2 is false, so ignore it 2. start off with the "dark blue bottle" by using the hints from statement 1 and 3 to figure out its position Or the answer:
2. ### DS #5654: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (Europe)

nevermind, I try out the puzzle again and it is 65795. I probably remembered it wrong, since i finished that puzzle more than a week ago.
3. ### DS #5654: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (Europe)

that's weird since my answer is different from your answer but I don't think the answer in the french website (I just went to that website yesterday to look up #78) is right since 5 cannot appear twice I only remember that the answer has two 7s (something like 7*795?), because I misplaced my...
4. ### DS #5654: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (Europe)

Okay, I need help again... T-T Puzzle 78 (the bug and bug spray) is driving me crazy..... The instruction says the spray works on 2 horizontal and 2 vertical field, does it mean 1 field on each side of the spray or 2 on each side?? Then "the field with the spray itself mustn't touch a bug"...
5. ### DS #5654: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (Europe)

Okay, I think I know which one now, the "divide the inheritance" from the bonus puzzle I took a picture of my solution using my phone, so it is kind of blurry
6. ### DS #5654: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (Europe)

THANK YOU, you are a genius! I actually got some of the parts right, but I just couldn't fit chocolate and pistachio into the puzzle, all i know is that the ch in mocha is somehow connected with the ch in pistachio. which one is the drawline inheritance puzzle? what number is it?
7. ### DS #5654: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (Europe)

Nevermind, just solved puzzle 50 right after i post the question but I definitely need help on puzzle 48, word puzzle is not my strong field
8. ### DS #5654: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (Europe)

anyone reached puzzle 48 or 50 yet?? both of them are very frustrating, 48 is a side puzzle and 50 is required for the story to move on
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