Talk:The Haunted Conservatory
I got a Spookyraven gallery key here after reading everything in the Library. W00t! --Telor All you need to read is the second chapter of the first book, which particularly pertains to the conservatory.
Here is the adventure text for the gallery key adventure:
As you're wandering around in the pet cemetery of the Haunted Conservatory, you catch a glimpse of a tombstone with a tiny alligator engraved on it. "What a stylish tombstone!" you think to yourself, but then you think back to the passage from the Spookyraven Family History that you read in the Library, and an idea occurs to you.
You plunge your hand into the peat (or perhaps it's silt -- you never did learn the difference,) fish around for a while, and pull out exactly what you were looking for:
You acquire an item: Spookyraven gallery key
--Practitioner of Saucy Arts 01:49, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
I managed to get Polo Tombstone after reading Rise Ch.3, Fall Ch.3, and Fall Ch.2 - I suspect that thre 'triggering' chapter is Fall of Spookyraven Ch. 2 (Stephen and Elizabeth) because it talks about the Pet Cemetary.
That is, provided there IS a link between Readin The Books and getting the key.
Oh, and the adventure name *could* be a reference to the Lacoste clothing brand's crocodile logo, being deliberately contrasted with Ralph Lauren 'Polo' brand. --MultiClassGeek 09:25, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
Adventures found here so far:
confused goth music student
--Coyerre 08:09, 20 September 2006 (GMT)
There is also:
Sweeping up the Skeleton Bones
As you near the pet cemetery inside the Haunted Conservatory, you see signs of a struggle near one of the old tombstones. Looks like some skeletal animals got into fight over here. Or some regular animals got into a really, really serious fight, a long time ago.
Either way, you help yourself to the remains.
Your ten-leaf clover disappears in a puff of smoke.
a 10 leaf adventure that yeilds 2 piles.
--Practitioner of Saucy Arts 02:25, 20 September 2006 (CDT)
Hmmm, the clover-related adventure seems to have been changed. The text remains unchanged, but instead of two piles, only one pile is received ... bummer!
--RipleyKicksButt 00:15, 21 September 2006 (CDT)