7th Guest help with maze!

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Berry Smith

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Dec 30, 1995, 3:00:00 AM12/30/95
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Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze. I keep getting lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?

Thanks,
Jeremy Smith
c/o be...@zoo.utoronto.ca
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Kenneth Plotkin

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Dec 30, 1995, 3:00:00 AM12/30/95
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In article <DKEqw...@zoo.toronto.edu>,

Berry Smith <be...@zoo.toronto.edu> wrote:
>Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze. I keep getting
>lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?

Actually, they already did :-). One of the bedrooms (forget which - it's
been over a year) has a capet that you can look at. The carpet has a
geometric pattern which is a full map!

I discovered this after brute-force mapping about 95% of the maze. :-(

My mapping efforts did lead me to the conclusions that a) the route
through is one of the more (if not most) complex within the maze, and b)
you're extremely unlikely to make it through by randomly wandering.

Ken Plotkin

steve

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Dec 30, 1995, 3:00:00 AM12/30/95
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On 30 Dec 1995 12:31:48 -0500, kplo...@access2.digex.net (Kenneth Plotkin)
wrote:

I did that. It was only after completely mapping the entire maze, and finding my
way through that I discovered the map on the carpet in the 1st room on the left,
turning left at the top of the stairs.I think.

\'''''',____ ,./ ,.-':, /'-,.'' ,.''-''-,./
'----'----''--*''-\,,. at _,-'' '-.' '\,.,/''
#--# /'' / ' '---''\-, .,-' Ste...@Thurgood.demon.co.uk
##-## \,. ' ,._,-,-/--\---,-,- \.,_ ,,._ ,./'
----------,._____,,...,...,./'' '-.,-'' ,, '-,...,./''\,..,.-''


Michael Carmack

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Dec 31, 1995, 3:00:00 AM12/31/95
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Berry Smith (be...@zoo.toronto.edu) wrote:
: Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze.
: I keep getting lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?

You already have one! Remember the room upstairs with the bishops puzzle?
There was a carpet on the floor...take a good look at it.
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Mick Dwyer

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Jan 1, 1996, 3:00:00 AM1/1/96
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be...@zoo.toronto.edu (Berry Smith) wrote:

>Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze. I keep getting lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?

>Thanks,


>Jeremy Smith
>c/o be...@zoo.utoronto.ca
>--

You already have one. Look closely at the rugs upstairs...

Mick Dwyer


Gareth Blades

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Jan 2, 1996, 3:00:00 AM1/2/96
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On Sat, 30 Dec 1995 16:24:23 GMT, be...@zoo.toronto.edu (Berry Smith) wrote:

>Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze. I keep getting lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?
>

You are provided with a map in the game :)

Look at one of the rugs in the upstairs bedroom.

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David Howse

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Jan 10, 1996, 3:00:00 AM1/10/96
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be...@zoo.toronto.edu (Berry Smith) made us laugh with:

>Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze. I keep getting lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?

You've got one - in one of the upstairs bedrooms the carpet is a map
of the maze.

David

Ken Shrum

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Jan 14, 1996, 3:00:00 AM1/14/96
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gar...@blades.tcp.co.uk (Gareth Blades) wrote:

>On Sat, 30 Dec 1995 16:24:23 GMT, be...@zoo.toronto.edu (Berry Smith) wrote:

>>Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze. I keep getting lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?
>>

>You are provided with a map in the game :)

>Look at one of the rugs in the upstairs bedroom.

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>Gareth Blades (gar...@blades.tcp.co.uk)
>Homepage: http://www.tcp.co.uk/~blades/index.html
>PGP key available from hompage

Another way: whenever faced with a choice, go right. That will
eventually get you out of the maze.

Ken Shrum PP-ASEL
Annapolis, MD
Flying from Lee Airport (ANP)


jennaw...@gmail.com

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May 16, 2020, 1:44:31 AM5/16/20
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OSO BITCH

jennaw...@gmail.com

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May 16, 2020, 1:45:29 AM5/16/20
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On Saturday, December 30, 1995 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-8, Kenneth Plotkin wrote:
> In article <DKEqw...@zoo.toronto.edu>,
> Berry Smith <be...@zoo.toronto.edu> wrote:
> >Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze. I keep getting
> >lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?
>
> Actually, they already did :-). One of the bedrooms (forget which - it's
> been over a year) has a capet that you can look at. The carpet has a
> geometric pattern which is a full map!
>
> I discovered this after brute-force mapping about 95% of the maze. :-(
>
> My mapping efforts did lead me to the conclusions that a) the route
> through is one of the more (if not most) complex within the maze, and b)
> you're extremely unlikely to make it through by randomly wandering.
>
> Ken PlotkBARRY YOU A BITCH...HOW IS IT I FUCKED TRANNIES AND YOU MORE OF A FRUIT BERRY THEN ME

jennaw...@gmail.com

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May 16, 2020, 1:47:12 AM5/16/20
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On Saturday, December 30, 1995 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-8, steve wrote:
> On 30 Dec 1995 12:31:48 -0500, kplo...@access2.digex.net (Kenneth Plotkin)
> wrote:
>
> >In article <DKEqw...@zoo.toronto.edu>,
> >Berry Smith <be...@zoo.toronto.edu> wrote:
> >>Hi everyone. I need some help on 7th guest in the maze. I keep getting
> >>lost. Cold someone send me a map of the maze?
> >
> >Actually, they already did :-). One of the bedrooms (forget which - it's
> >been over a year) has a capet that you can look at. The carpet has a
> >geometric pattern which is a full map!
> >
> >I discovered this after brute-force mapping about 95% of the maze. :-(
> >
> >My mapping efforts did lead me to the conclusions that a) the route
> >through is one of the more (if not most) complex within the maze, and b)
> >you're extremely unlikely to make it through by randomly wandering.
>
> I did that. It was only after completely mapping the entire maze, and finding my
> way through that I discovered the map on the carpet in the 1st room on the left,
> turning left at the top of the stairs.I think.
>
>
>
> \'''''',____ ,./ ,.-':, /'-,.'' ,.''-''-,./
> '----'----''--*''-\,,. at _,-'' '-.' '\,.,/''
> #--# /'' / ' '---''\-, .,-' Ste...@Thurgood.demon.co.uk
> ##-## \,. ' ,._,-,-/--\---,-,- \.,_ ,,._ ,./'
> ----------,._____,,...,...,./'' '-.,-'' ,, '-,...,./''\,..,.-''

YOU LET A METH JUNKIE EXPOSE YOU LOW KEY...WHO WANTS TO KEEP ME COMPANY ON THE WAY TO HEAVEN OR HELL.DONT WANT TO GO ALONE
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