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4169 No. 4169 edit
At 6:00 PM on October 4th

Furudo Erika washed up on Rokkenjima.

Also rumors of a witch arriving buzzed around the mansion.

At dinner, however, the witch was not the topic of discussion. Erika had taking a liking to Maria's puzzle book, and the children took turns solving each other's riddles. It was a pleasant meal.

However, despite liking those riddles, Erika had no interest solving the riddle of the epitaph. It was too easy for her, and not worth her time. Instead, she simply prepared as many duct tape seals as she could, but she could only find enough sticky tape for three room's worth.

The next morning, 6 people were missing. After the whole mansion, guesthouse and chapel were searched it was concluded that the only place left to look was in the storehouse.

Rosa: Foam around the mouth.
Kanon: Missing.
Maria: Bruised all over.
Jessica: Implaed.
George: Head half smashed.
Shannon: Shot in the chest.
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Genji and Gohda rushed to get the key for the storehouse once they found it locked, but they couldn't find either key anywhere.

Upon openning the door the surviors spotted the two storehouse keys on the floor near Shannon's corpse.
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>>4170
The door was opened using a master key. I'm sure all of the servants have them

If not, then perhaps there is another copy of the storehouse key
>> No. 4172 edit
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>>4170
One of the keys were placed after the discovery of the bodies.
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>>4171
A master key can not unlock the storehouse door.

Only 2 keys to the storehouse exist.


>>4172
At the time when all the surivors entered the storehouse the key was already inside before any of the group entered.
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>>4173
>At the time when all the surivors entered the storehouse the key was already inside before any of the group entered.
>the key

What about the other key?
>> No. 4175 edit
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>>4173
One or both of the keys entered the room after the storehouse was locked

As to how, perhaps thrown in through a window or hole in the wall/floor/ceiling/ground
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>>4174
Both keys to the storehouse were inside when all the suviors decided to search the storehouse.
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>>4176
>decided to
It was searched before without everyone deciding. That was when the key was moved/placed. Probably when Genji and Gohda rushed to go find the keys.
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>>4175
The window to the storehouse was locked when the surviors arrived.

No key entered through a wall, floor, or ceiling.

>> No. 4179 edit
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>>4177
When the clock struck 6AM, both storehouse keys were already inside the storehouse.
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>>4179
When did the group decide to enter the storehouse?
When did they actually enter the storehouse?
And when did Genji and Gohda check the keys?
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>>4180
All of those occured after the clock struck 6AM.
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>>4181
One way or another it wasn't actually 6PM when the keys were put in the storehouse due to the fact that clock is incorrect.

This "clock" was actually a broken clock found in the storehouse, or a watch on a dead person.

>> No. 4183 edit
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>>4181
The "clock" is wrong, or the "clock" is off because of different time zone, or the "clock" is off due to daylight saving's time
>> No. 4184 edit
>>4182
*6AM
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>>4182
>>4183
Reguardless of the clock. The corpses were not discovered by the surivors until after 6AM, and they keys were already inside the storehouse before 6AM.
>> No. 4186 edit
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The keys did not stay in the storehouse from when the entered to when the survivors discovered them.
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>>4186
Once the closed room was created with the keys inside, the keys were not removed.
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>>4187
The window was locked by one of the victims.

The keys didn't pass through the window.

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>>4188
The window was not locked by one of the victims.

The keys did not pass through the window.

>> No. 4190 edit
>>4189
Either the door or window has a auto lock.

Not all of the survivors entered at the same time.

The culprit was not hiding in the room.

At 6AM the bodies were not in the storehouse.

>> No. 4191 edit
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You don't need a storehouse key to lock the Storehouse from the outside. If it used a simple lock it could be locked without the use of any key.
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>>4190
Neither the door nor the window have an auto-lock.

The survivors entered one after the other.

The culprit was not hiding in the storehouse.

At 6AM the bodies were in the storehouse.


>>4191
Only, one of the two storehouse keys can lock the door to the storehouse.
>> No. 4193 edit
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There is another entrance other then the door and window.
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The door of the storehouse was removed and then placed again. Or maybe even another different door was placed.
If that doesn't work either maybe another part of the storehouse building was removed or modified to allow the culprit to escape, for example a window, a wall or the roof.

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>>4193
There exists no other entrance nor exit in the storehouse aside from the door and the window.

>>4194
The storehouse door was not removed.

No part of the storehouse was removed.

>> No. 4196 edit
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The key that locked the door did come back to the storeroom using a small underground passage.
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>>4196
No key went underground.
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There's another storehouse door somewhere, you are refering to it in some reds to mislead us.
Also, can I ask for a picture of the kind of lock than the storehouse door use?
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>>4197
The keys didn't pass through the door.
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>>4198
There is only 1 storehouse door.
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>>4199
I'm afraid I don't understand. Please explain.
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>>4201
There is a hole in the door that the keys passed through, or the window for that matter.
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>>4202
There is not a hole in the door nor the window.
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>>4203
The hole was fixed, or it is part of the door/window so it doesn't count as a "hole".
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>>4204
The keys did not pass through a hole in the door nor the window.
>> No. 4206 edit
Reapeat it: Once the bodies entered the storehouse they didn't leave until they were discovered.

Using Method X the culprit locked the door/window from the inside while they were outside the storehouse.
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At 6AM the storehouse wasn't locked.
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>>4206
Once the victims entered the storehouse neither they nor their corpses left the storehouse.

And method X would be?

>>4207
A 6AM the storehouse was locked.
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Kanon, who is missing, is perhaps an accomplice who locked the door to the storehouse behind the culprit.
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>>4208
Well it depends.
Repeat it: When the window and door to the storehouse are locked there is no way for a key from the outside of the storehouse to get inside the storehouse.

If you can't repeat that then it's pretty much solved.
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>>4209
Kanon is not an accomplice.
Kanon is dead.

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>>4211
There's another accomplice who locked the door behind the culprit

If not, perhaps Someone else locked the door from the inside after the culprit left
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>>4210
I refuse.

>>4212
No accomplice assisted the culprit in locking the door.

The padlock was on the outside.
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>>4213
Well then.
The culprit locked the door with one of the keys, tied it to some string that was already weaved through onto the other side of the door and out again. So when he pulled it would go into the room and then rip the string. Thus having both keys inside the room.

Or he locked the window using string tied to the lock. One end tied to the lock, one under the door. He pulls, then it locks.

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>>4213
The padlock in the only lock on the door
The padlock is set from outside
The padlock can be set from outside without a key so there might not be a closed room here
If the key is needed to lock the padlock, then perhaps the padlock was picked to make it locked (reverse lockpicking)
The padlock is not the same lock that has always been on the door

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>>4214
The bottom of the door must be touching the floor for the padlock to be able to lock correctly.

So in otherwords the key wouldn't be able to go into the room with your trick.

The window was not locked with such a trick.
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>>4216
;_;
No, it can still be locked with that trick.
The door that is.
Repeat it:"The door was not locked with such a trick."
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>>4215
The padlock in the only lock on the door.
The padlock is set from outside.
The padlock can not be set from outside without a key.
The padlock can not be picked.


I can't repeat the last one, since to open the door you would need to remove the padlock from it door after unlocking it. So no I can't say it was always on the door.
>> No. 4219 edit
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>>4217
String has not been used.
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>>4219
So you think I'm just going wordplay find the right object huh.

NO OBJECT LIKE STRING HAS BEEN USED.
>> No. 4221 edit
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>>4220
The key entered through a small crack in between the door and the wall/ceiling. Or perhaps the key entered in a crack in the window (whether actually open or perhaps some gap caused by design flaw)
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>>4222
So in other words.
When the door is closed, even if the window is open, there is no way for a key to enter the room anywhere ever. Vise versa for the window.

Anyway, if you can fix that up respond to this next one.
The door and or window can be locked when they are not closed.
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>>4223
I guess I should have said that better. I was referring to the objects themselves. "When the window is closed there is no space for the key to pass through/around/over the window." etc

"When the door is fully down, there is no space anywhere for a key to fit through/over/under the door."

See here
>>4216
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>>4224
You know, if you don't correct that mistake with red it still counts a technical logic error. Since if a window was open it would surly mean that there was a way in, but that red says otherwise.
If you correct it in that way then that means my blue will work.

Additionally the red you linked for the second blue in that post wasn't fully denied since it only covered the door and not the window.

In other words the door would have been locked with a key, then the key entered through the locked window which wasn't closed.

Of course this blue is only possible if that logic error is fixed.
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>>4225
When the window is closed there is no space for the key to pass through/around/over/under the window.

When the door is fully down, there is no space anywhere for a key to fit through/over/under/around the door.


It is impossible for the window to be open and locked at the same time.
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The key entered the room through something other then one of the entrances, in other words not through the door or window.

Can the door and window be locked from the inside without a key?
>> No. 4228 edit
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Wait...
>A master key can not unlock the storehouse door.
>unlock
Although a Master key cannot unlock the storehouse it can lock it!
>> No. 4229 edit
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>>4227
For something to enter the storehouse it would need to enter through an entrance.

>>4228
A master key can not lock the storehouse.
>> No. 4263 edit
An accomplice locked the window from the inside after the keys were thrown in through there.

If not, repeat in red! There is no accomplice that aided the culprit in the locking trick!
>> No. 4264 edit
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>>4263
As you wish.

No accomplice aided the culprit in the locking of the storehouse.
>> No. 4265 edit
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The culprit didn't need to enter to the store house in case that is wrong
The victims were murdered when the Storehouse's door was locked.
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>>4265
The culprit entered the storehouse.

Although, Yes, that is correct. The victims were killed at a time when the storehouse was locked.
>> No. 4267 edit
>>4266
So the culprit entered closed the door killed the victims and escaped by the hidden method x you call Magic?

None of the keys were destroyed
No one is pretending to be another
>> No. 4268 edit
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>>4267
I can't repeat either of those two blues.

However I will say. For the culprit to leave the storehouse they would have to use the window, door, or magic.
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>>4268
first of all....I will discard use blue the victims were killed when the storehouse's door was open

if that isnt right.....then I will use this blue
The victims were already dead when they entered the storehouse proof of that is the different kind of murders the culprit of course entered in the store house....however he only opened and entered to leave the corpses in certain places after that he closed the storehouse door and left the key where it belonged...
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>>4269
When the victims were killed the storehouse door was closed.

That is correct. The victims not killed in the storehouse. They were killed and their corpses carried to the storehouse.
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>>4270
The culprit obviously didn't lock himself
and obviously HE Didn't use magic......with this
what remains to be solved?
>> No. 4277 edit
I think it has been denied before, but just to be sure it's not a minor loophole.
The culprit is not one of victims.
Every corpse found in the storehouse was real, and it was once a living human being, either an Ushiromiya Family member or an Ushiromiya servant.

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>>4277
The culprit is alive.
Every corpse found in the storehouse was real, and it was once a living human being, either an Ushiromiya Family member or an Ushiromiya servant.

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I'm not a fan of games that go on, and on. And take forever. So I'm making a deadline. Friday next week. You have until then to solve this twilight. If it makes it till then, depends on the mental state of the players, I will either declare you stumped and it will be my win. Or a draw, due to the GM leaving the game.

That is all.
>> No. 4280 edit
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>Only to keys to the storehouse exist
>Refuse to say than no key was destroyed.
At some point in the time, a third key to the storehouse existed, then it was destroyed and only two were left.
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>>4280
A key would still be considered a key even if you were to grind it to dust.

So not matter would you do, you can't erase the key's existence. This was decided to avoid the whole wordplay issue with "A key not being a key."
>> No. 4282 edit
>There exists no other entrance nor exit in the storehouse aside from the door and the window.
At some time there was another entrance in the storehouse, the key entered using it.
>> No. 4284 edit
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>>4282
During this game the only entrances and exits that existed in the storehouse are the door and the window.
>> No. 4285 edit
At least one of the times you have mentioned 6AM in a red in this thread it wasn't about october 4th of 1986
>> No. 4286 edit
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>>4285
I am not tricking you with a time trick.
>> No. 4287 edit
This may be silly, but how about this?
The door of the storehouse was locked when the corpses were introduced to the storehouse. There's a method X, to get them inside without using the door or the window.
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>>4287
See this post.
>>4229
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>>4288
The keys entered through the door! The padlock on the outside can be locked by a different key! That is, locking the storehouse and locking the padlock are two different things!
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>>4289
Since the only lock on the door is the padlock.
The locking of the door and the locking of the padlock are the same thing.
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>It is impossible for the window to be open and locked at the same time.

Does the same apply to the door?
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>>4291

See here:
>>4216
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>>4292
Just to be safe, please repeat in red.

'While the padlock is locked, it is impossible to move the door up or down.'
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While the padlock is locked it is impossible for a person to move the door up or down.
>> No. 4295 edit
Certainly the door and the window is functioning correctly the culprit didnt alter the way the door and the windows works~
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>>4295
I refuse... But.. but that doesn't mean you have anything.
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>>4195
Anon said removed or modified.
Although the entrances were not removed they were modified in some way.
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>>4297
In what way?
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One of the keys wasn't in perfect shape when it was "found". The culprit damaged the key to make it enter the room through some kind of water access.
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>>4299
Water access where?

>>4284
>>4229
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The key is not a conventional key that we are used to using.
>> No. 4302 edit
>>4301
the locking system is unrelated to the murders
they key was a normal one, and the door was the one mentioned in the canon games.

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>>4301
Yes it is a normal looking key, just like the ones in your picture.

>>4302
The locking is unreleated to the murders.

The key is a normal one, and the door is the same type as in the canon games.

>>4299
That is correct.
One of the keys was in two pieces when it was found.
>> No. 4304 edit
There is no key.....the culprit after the murders just closed the door without the key...
and the one that "supposedly opened" the storehouse was his accomplice

>> No. 4305 edit
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4305
Blue line: Window
Gray Line: Door
Circle: Kanon's corpse.
>> No. 4306 edit
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4306
The culprit took an object and they used that to to prop the door open slightly when it was locked and closed.
>> No. 4308 edit
>>4306
Good enough.

The culprit killed the 5 and put their corpses in the storehouse. They then set one of the storehouse keys at the very left side of the door. They knew that the storehouse door was very sightly lopsided so the key would be able to hold the door up, while the culprit could still lock the door. After locking the door, the culprit slid and knocked the door keys into each other, causing both to enter the storehouse. The key that held up the door snapped from the built up strain after it was hit with the other key. The storehouse door then closed when the key was no longer holding it up.
>> No. 4309 edit
>>4308
Bern and Ozaki solved it in chat.
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