Puzzle: The first fears all, the second fears none.
The third eats what it can, preferably number one.
The fourth fears the second, but only when alone.
All must be activated in order, if you wish to go home.
Solution: Snake, Bear, Fox, Wolf.
The Snake fears all, The Bear fears none.
The Fox eats what it can, Preferably the Snake.
The Wolf fears the Bear, But only when it's separated from its pack.
I can`t understand how the snake fears all. I would have swapped the snake with the fox. If you came accross a snake and a fox which would most likely attack you. Snake. Every time I see a fox it`s running away from something.
Not weak logic at all ´cause the snakes do fear. They attact only if it´s too late to escape (which usually is the case when you stumble upon one). Last summer we managed to see one poisonous one while on a walk with my dog, and the snake escaped us immediately (and so did I) :D
f course depends of a snake, too! If the one you had in mind is 10 meters long and eats people for breakfast, it propably ain´t scared of anything :D
Datadragon Odahviing wrote:
The dammed thing was confusing as heck if you know your basic snake bio, because poison from a venomous species can kill few humans with one drip, not to mention all the animals there.
But seriously, it is wierd as heck, I also thought the fox fears all.
I had originally thought that it was fox, bear, snake, wolf, since foxes usually run away, and I thought it meant a big snake, because those snakes could eat foxes. I got it in the end though, through trial and error. It isn't even very hard to solve that way.
(i just beat it a day ago) Fox first cuz they can't do much...bear second from the fact there strong yet they need to be provoked...snake is last from the fact they can poison and are stealthy plus some of them attack on site
You should be able to just pull the levers in the correct order, and then it will open, although apparently, it will lock once you go through it. If it does not open, use the wooden plate/platter glitch or the tcl command.