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The sky above was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel.
Let not light see my blackest desires.

 

The horror! Filling me with terrors never felt before.

 

Long is the way.
From Hell leads to light.
He who fears not my darkness, shall find roses beneath my cypress.
A reality to experience.


I will remain.

 


HPRMDTN - primacy.

 

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10 hours ago, Aegis said:
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The sky above was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel.
Let not light see my blackest desires.

 

The horror! Filling me with terrors never felt before.

 

Long is the way.
From Hell leads to light.
He who fears not my darkness, shall find roses beneath my cypress.
A reality to experience.


I will remain.

 


HPRMDTN - primacy.

 

 

xD your new puzzle is diabolically difficult.

 

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Hint: Neuromancer, 2001.

 

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So let's see...

12 hours ago, Aegis said:
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The sky above was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel - quote from Neuromancer
Let not light see my blackest desires. - Macbeth

 

The horror! Filling me with terrors never felt before. - ???

 

Long is the way. - ???
From Hell leads to light. - it looks like letter "F" but it's not
 He who fears not my darkness, shall find roses beneath my cypress. - Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra; starts one space further than the the rest
A reality to experience. - ???


I will remain. - ???

 


HPRMDTN - primacy. - ???

All in all...dafuq am I supposed to do with all this? ?

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13 hours ago, Aegis said:
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The sky above was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel.
Let not light see my blackest desires.

 

The horror! Filling me with terrors never felt before.

 

Long is the way.
From Hell leads to light.
He who fears not my darkness, shall find roses beneath my cypress.
A reality to experience.


I will remain.

 


HPRMDTN - primacy.

 

I'm very glad you're back(?)  These kinds of riddles are way beyond me.  Hopefully more people will solve it.  I'll just wait for the full release.  Can't wait! ❤️ 

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So here’s the puzzle:

 

The *poem* contains references to 7 pieces of literary work. The 7 characters in the end, HPRMDTN, act as redundancy checks to ensure you have correctly identified each piece. 

 

H = Heart of Darkness 1899

P = Paradise Lost 1667

R = The Raven 1845

M = Macbeth 1606

D = Dune 1965

T = Thus Spoke Zarathustra 1883

N = Neuromancer 1984

 

Primacy refers to the primacy vs recency bias. So you should arrange these pieces of work in chronological order, and if you do that, you get MPRTHDN. 

 

Then, you take that 7 character code, and plug into a certain url shortening service (bit.do), and you get: bit.do/MPRTHDN

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24 minutes ago, LuffMeister said:

So here’s the puzzle:

 

The *poem* contains references to 7 pieces of literary work. The 7 characters in the end, HPRMDTN, act as redundancy checks to ensure you have correctly identified each piece. 

 

H = Heart of Darkness 1899

P = Paradise Lost 1667

R = The Raven 1845

M = Macbeth 1606

D = Dune 1965

T = Thus Spoke Zarathustra 1883

N = Neuromancer 1984

 

Primacy refers to the primacy vs recency bias. So you should arrange these pieces of work in chronological order, and if you do that, you get MPRTHDN. 

 

Then, you take that 7 character code, and plug into a certain url shortening service (bit.do), and you get: bit.do/MPRTHDN

Darn too late lol. Better luck next time! thanks though the help!

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On 9/25/2018 at 8:58 PM, LuffMeister said:

So here’s the puzzle:

 

The *poem* contains references to 7 pieces of literary work. The 7 characters in the end, HPRMDTN, act as redundancy checks to ensure you have correctly identified each piece. 

 

H = Heart of Darkness 1899

P = Paradise Lost 1667

R = The Raven 1845

M = Macbeth 1606

D = Dune 1965

T = Thus Spoke Zarathustra 1883

N = Neuromancer 1984

 

Primacy refers to the primacy vs recency bias. So you should arrange these pieces of work in chronological order, and if you do that, you get MPRTHDN. 

 

Then, you take that 7 character code, and plug into a certain url shortening service (bit.do), and you get: bit.do/MPRTHDN

Wow @Aegis, what a puzzle!  Can't wait for full release.

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Damn, just found this thread while replaying fallout 4 in preparation for 76. You're work is definitively one of the best. I hope this gets released soon. It really makes me feel bad for missing out the little releases. Aegis please re-release the gowns with the final release.

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Any idea when this will be released sans-puzzle?  If not, anyone willing to do a broski a solid and PM me something?  Anything?

 

Seriously, I spent the past 84 days refreshing the images posted on Nexus non-stop waiting for a release only to find out it was here all along.  I'm crying inside.  I can't fucking believe I missed this.  :(

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4 hours ago, chuckdm said:

Any idea when this will be released sans-puzzle?  If not, anyone willing to do a broski a solid and PM me something?  Anything?

 

Seriously, I spent the past 84 days refreshing the images posted on Nexus non-stop waiting for a release only to find out it was here all along.  I'm crying inside.  I can't fucking believe I missed this.  :(

wait for full release  better .

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On 9/25/2018 at 7:58 PM, LuffMeister said:

So here’s the puzzle:

 

The *poem* contains references to 7 pieces of literary work. The 7 characters in the end, HPRMDTN, act as redundancy checks to ensure you have correctly identified each piece. 

 

H = Heart of Darkness 1899

P = Paradise Lost 1667

R = The Raven 1845

M = Macbeth 1606

D = Dune 1965

T = Thus Spoke Zarathustra 1883

N = Neuromancer 1984

 

Primacy refers to the primacy vs recency bias. So you should arrange these pieces of work in chronological order, and if you do that, you get MPRTHDN. 

 

Then, you take that 7 character code, and plug into a certain url shortening service (bit.do), and you get: bit.do/MPRTHDN

 

I'm fairly sure I've played mods with less effort put into them than Aegis put into creating that puzzle....actually I think I've made mods with less effort.  Wow. O_o

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