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0 5 0 1 3 0 4 0 1 3 11 0 0 1 3 Chapter One: Ending Movie 12 0 0 1 3 Chapter Two: Ending Movie 13 0 0 1 3 Chapter Three: Ending Movie 14 0 0 1 3 Chapter Four: Ending Movie 15 0 0 1 3 Chapter Five: Ending Movie 16 0 0 1 3 Chapter Six: Ending Movie 19 0 0 1 3 Blinking destinations have tasks left to complete in the chapter. 17 0 0 1 3 Chapter Five: Midpoint Movie 18 0 0 1 3 Chapter Six: Midpoint Movie 3 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT GABRIEL)That's me. Gabriel Knight. 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT GRACE)Grace Nakimura. 5 0 0 1 3 Chapter One: Opening Movie 6 0 0 1 3 Chapter Two: Opening Movie 7 0 0 1 3 Chapter Three: Opening Movie 8 0 0 1 3 Chapter Four: Opening Movie 9 0 0 1 3 Chapter Five: Opening Movie 10 0 0 1 3 Chapter Six: Opening Movie

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1 0 0 1 2 (WILD TRACK FOR CH 6 OPENING MOVIE--GRACE WHISPERING TO GABE IN BALLROOM SCENE)Beware the Black Wolf. 1 0 0 2 7 (WILD TRACK FOR CH 6 OPENING MOVIE, VON GLOWER SPEAKS CASUALLY OVER SCENE OUTSIDE LAIR)An alpha werewolf cannot harm a beta of his own making.

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0 44 0 1 3 Addressed Package 0 33 0 1 3 'Privat' banner 0 6 0 1 3 Professor Barclay's Card 0 7 0 1 3 šbergrau's Letter 0 115 0 1 3 Blank Tapes 0 100 0 1 3 Bottle of Water from Mary's spring 0 113 0 1 3 Gabriel's Car Keys 0 77 0 1 3 Ludwig Museum Ticket 0 92 0 1 3 Chandelier Diagram 0 82 0 1 3 Note with Chaphill's Name and Phone Number 0 69 0 1 3 Christian Ritter's Journal 0 72 0 1 3 Church File 0 74 0 1 3 Cuckoo Clock 0 23 0 1 3 Ritter Dagger 0 81 0 1 3 Note with Dallmeier's Name and Phone Number 0 126 0 1 3 Wagner Diagram and Seating Chart Combo 0 114 0 1 3 14,000 D.M. 0 31 0 1 3 Pigeon in Pillowcase 0 128 0 1 3 Engelhart's Costume 0 41 0 1 3 Evidence Analysis Report 0 56 0 1 3 Farm Hair 0 48 0 1 3 Gabriel's Business Card 0 53 0 1 3 Gabriel-to-Grace Envelope 1 0 54 0 1 3 Gabriel-to-Grace Envelope #2 0 55 0 1 3 tmp Gabe's Envelope #3 0 63 0 1 3 Gabriel-to-Grace Letter #1 0 64 0 1 3 Gabriel-to-Grace Letter #2 0 133 0 1 3 Gabriel's Notepad 0 73 0 1 3 Von Glower's Business Card 0 125 0 1 3 Grace's To Do List 0 83 0 1 3 Grace-to-Gabriel Envelope #3 0 49 0 1 3 Grace-to-Gabriel Letter #1 0 50 0 1 3 Grace-to-Gabriel Letter #2 0 51 0 1 3 Grace-to-Gabriel Letter #3 0 109 0 1 3 Grace-to-Gabriel Package (Unaddressed) 0 10 0 1 3 Grace's Wallet 0 88 0 1 3 Grossberg's Blackmail Letter 0 47 0 1 3 Grossberg's Phone Number 0 135 0 1 3 Rifle 0 122 0 1 3 Hard Roll 0 52 0 1 3 Huber Keys 0 59 0 1 3 Klingmann's Receipt 0 24 0 1 3 Small Lantern 0 86 0 1 3 Ripped out ledger page from Grossberg's account book 0 66 0 1 3 Library Key 0 46 0 1 3 A Lily 0 134 0 1 3 Lit Lantern 0 120 0 1 3 Lost Wagner Opera 0 80 0 1 3 Chaphill's Ludwig Biography 0 70 0 1 3 Letter to Ludwig II 0 15 0 1 3 Fax of Ludwig's Diary Translation 0 75 0 1 3 Magazine 0 116 0 1 3 Magazine with Tape Recorder 0 84 0 1 3 Barely-started Manuscript 0 21 0 1 3 Matches 0 108 0 1 3 Mayor's Note 0 106 0 1 3 Grace's Notebook 0 97 0 1 3 One act of opera 0 98 0 1 3 Two acts of opera 0 99 0 1 3 0 34 0 1 3 Opera Glasses 0 103 0 1 3 Opera Programme 0 58 0 1 3 Paw Print Cast 0 30 0 1 3 Pillowcase 0 111 0 1 3 Bucket of Cement 0 36 0 1 3 Powder 0 102 0 1 3 Priest's Card 0 60 0 1 3 Ritter Family Papers 0 35 0 1 3 Roll of Tape 0 132 0 1 3 Dinner Roll 0 22 0 1 3 (INV)Rope 0 76 0 1 3 Four Roses 0 118 0 1 3 Research Permit 0 65 0 1 3 Screwdriver 0 104 0 1 3 Theater Seating Chart 0 89 0 1 3 Shears 0 101 0 1 3 Silver Heart 0 61 0 1 3 Klingmann Splice Tape 0 8 0 1 3 Talisman 0 40 0 1 3 Tape Recorder 0 37 0 1 3 Theater Keys 0 105 0 1 3 Theater Rope 0 78 0 1 3 Tour Tape Deck 0 131 0 1 3 Grace's "to do" list 0 130 0 1 3 Ripped out ledger page from Grossberg's account book with Frau Holstedder's Translation marked on it. 0 9 0 1 3 Grace's Package (Not Addressed) 0 123 0 1 3 Von Glower's Envelope 0 96 0 1 3 Von Glower's Letter 0 68 0 1 3 Victor Ritter's Journal 0 117 0 1 3 Von Zell Conversations Tape 0 93 0 1 3 Wagner's Theater Diagram 0 17 0 1 3 Gabriel's Wallet 0 90 0 1 3 Wolf Tags 0 87 0 1 3 Weiss Wurst 0 67 0 1 3 'Lycanthropes: Lore and Law' by Jennings 0 39 0 1 3 Xaver's Keys 0 57 0 1 3 Zoo Hair 140 62 0 1 1 Baron Friedrich Von Glower. 174 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, LOOK AT CARD IN INVENTORY)Baron Friedrich Von Glower. He lives in the Perlacher district. 101 62 0 1 1 (THOUGHTFUL)I'd LIKE to make an edited tape of Klingmann's conversation, but I don't think I have all the phrases I'll need yet. 246 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WALLET)My wallet. It actually has money in it these days. 247 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT CAR KEYS)Nice of the Hubers to loan me their car. 249 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT NOTEBOOK IN INVENTORY)My notebook. 102 62 0 1 1 (THOUGHTFUL)I COULD move some of Klingmann's dialogue over to the second tape. I'll need to play the lines while I record, though. 103 62 0 1 8 Thomas? Herr Doktor Klingmann here. Show one of our wolves to Mr. Knight. 103 62 0 2 1 (SPEAKING OF SPLICE TAPE)Not bad. I think that'll work. 104 62 0 1 1 I don't need to make a splice tape. 105 62 0 1 1 That tape is blank. 87 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT GABE'S BUSINESS CARD)A little too tasteful, if you ask me. Gracie ordered them. 228 62 0 1 2 Gabriel: I've just notified the Catholic Church about a miracle--things have actually been picking up around the shop. We've been going through stock like ... well, like a real store. I keep expecting the Candid Camera guys to pop out at any moment and say 'just kidding.' In other acts of Universal Randomness, "The Voodoo Murders" is up to #20 on the NY Times best seller list. Yes, the taste of the American public can be a terrifying thing. In any case, your U.S. bank account is blossoming--not unlike the desert after a fluke storm. 228 62 0 2 2 If you don't mind, I'd like to use a little of the money to fix up the shop. Your Gran is fine, but misses you. Mosely has been hanging around, making himself a real pain in the butt. Fortunately, I need only bring up the bald 'Detective Mostly' in your book, all 240 pounds of him, and your pal turns red and is out the door in about five seconds. Things are organized here, just waiting for your decision. I think you can find a buyer, if you want to go that route. I know you hate to write, but I NEED to get a feeling for what your plans are so I can make some of my own. I haven't seen or heard of anything here that seems relevant to this Schattenj„ger business. Take care. -- Grace 229 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT LETTER)It's from the Ritter family lawyers. 88 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT KNIFE)A Shattenj„ger knife. 89 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT TALISMAN)The family talisman. Wolfgang gave up his life to get this back. 90 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT TAPES)Blank mini-tapes. 230 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT LETTER)My letter to Gracie. 91 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT HAIR)Just looks like reddish hair to me. I'm gonna need help analyzin' it. 92 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT EVIDENCE ANALYSIS REPORT FROM MICHAEL)So much for the old zoo wolves theory. Unfortunately, the report doesn't exactly reek of another solution. 173 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, LOOK AT MANUSCRIPT PAGE IN INVENTORY)Brilliant prose, if I do say so myself. Unfortunately, I'm just pissin' the wind until I can think of a plotline. Maybe this case will inspire me. 93 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT PAW PRINT)It's huge. I wish I new if it were normal or not. 94 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT ZOO HAIR)Hair from Margarite. It's GRAY. 95 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT KLINGMANN'S RECEIPT)It looks like a receipt. 96 62 0 1 1 (DARKLY SUSPICIOUS)It's a receipt for a huntin' license. 97 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT BACK OF RECEIPT BEFORE HOLDING IT UP TO MIRROR, A BIT EXCITED)There's some carbon on the back, but I can't make out what it says. 98 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT RECEIPT BACK AFTER HOLDING IT UP TO MIRROR--EXCITED)Die K”niglich-Bayrische Hofjagdloge. 54 Dienerstrasse. 99 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING AT FAMILY TREE)The ol' family tree does go back aways. 100 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT KLINGMANN SPLICE TAPE)Gotta love it. 253 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MAYOR'S NOTE)Mayor Habermas's note to Father Getz. 254 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT UNADDRESSED PACKAGE IN INVENTORY, WORRIED)I have Gabriel's package ready, but I need an address! 136 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SCREWDRIVER IN INVENTORY)One of the workman's screwdrivers. 137 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WALLET IN INVENTORY)My wallet. I converted some cash to Marks at the airport. 138 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PACKAGE IN INVENTORY AFTER GETTING UBERGRAU'S ADDRESS FROM GERDE, SATISFIED)That's better! It's not EXACTLY Gabriel's address, but it's a start. 139 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LIBRARY KEY, SELF-SATISFIED, EXCITED)I'll just bet I know what THIS unlocks! 163 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CH 6; LOOK AT WALLET IN INVENTORY)Nothin' much in there. This production cost us a bundle, but they say we'll make a ton off the finder's rights for the opera. (SIGH)Gabriel's financial luck sure has turned around since last year. 106 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT BARCLAY CARD)Bert Barclay knows more about History than I EVER will. Especially at this rate. 239 62 0 1 1 Gracie-- Something's come up. I'm on a new case. Too bad you're not here to help, but Gerde can handle any research I need. I'll call or write as soon as I can. In the meantime, go ahead and fix up the shop a little if you want--you know, flowers and stuff, but don't go overboard! I kinda like the old place as is. 239 62 0 2 1 I know I have a lot to decide, but that and the new book are going to have to wait. I have a feeling this is important. 239 62 0 3 1 Tell Gran I send my love. Gabriel 107 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CHURCH FILE)Father Getz gave me this file, but I'll need help translating it. 232 62 0 1 2 (READING VICTOR RITTER'S JOURNAL)Numerous deaths at the hands of a marauding wolf being recorded in a neighboring county, I set out to see if I could determine the cause. There had been rumors of a werewolf, and the dark signs did indeed seem to be present. 232 62 0 2 2 (VICTOR RITTER'S JOURNAL CONT'D)The deaths had all occurred within a forty kilometer range of woods, and at the heart was the village of Alfing. My assistant and I set a trap a short distance from the village. Though the beast had shewn a propensity for human flesh, livestock had also been taken. 232 62 0 3 2 (VICTOR RITTER'S JOURNAL CONT'D)It was a newling lamb we loosed in the thicket as a lure. We awaited down-wind. For two night, the lamb bleated to no purpose and once we had to fend off a hungry fox. But, at last, the beast himself took the bait. I might have missed him -- the night was so dark and the wolf himself was black, but my assistant saw the light of his eyes, and I heard the lamb's cries turn fearful. He had the poor dumb lamb by the throat when we sprang. 232 62 0 4 2 (VICTOR RITTER'S JOURNAL CONT'D)He was swift and might have escaped, but his fatal mistake was to attack rather than run. My dagger struck through his chest and into his right lung. 232 62 0 5 2 (VICTOR RITTER'S JOURNAL CONT'D)As I had agreed, we bound the wolf and tied shut its jaws. We brought it home to Rittersberg, still breathing, and turned it over to the magistrate. I pray for the man's unfortunate soul. May the law be swift and merciful. 232 62 0 6 2 (VICTOR RITTER'S JOURNAL CONT'D)God be praised for aiding his servant. From his hand came the strength and wisdom to end the killing. 232 62 0 7 2 (VICTOR RITTER'S JOURNAL CONT'D)Victor Ritter. Shattenj„ger. 20. April 1750. 235 62 0 1 2 (READING CHRISTIAN RITTER'S JOURNAL)3 January, 1864. I am now in Prussia. The beast that brought me here has so far bested me. He is secretive and skillful. He has much self-control, unlike what I'd been led to expect. He seems to know almost before I do where and when I will be stalking him. He turns up his nose at my lures. Three more disappearances have occurred and I'm no closer to learning his identity nor finding his lair. I can't even prove HE took them. Not a single corpse has been found. 235 62 0 2 2 (CHRISTIAN RITTER'S JOURNAL CONT'D)March 3, 1864. I have had a break at last. The key was in front of me all the time. The Black Wolf, he so daringly calls himself, for all to hear and none to truly see. It is worse than I could ever have suspected. He is not just a beast, but a monster! His jaws are already around some of the best throats in Europe. I return to Rittersberg tonight. I must warn those in danger and get someone to assist me. I am in over my head. 252 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT TAPE RECORDER IN INVENTORY)My new tape recorder. A DUAL mount! 243 62 0 1 2 (AFTER READING WEREWOLF LORE BOOK)MANOS DEL SOL. Men of the Sun? I wonder if they're like Schattenj„gers, only Brazilian? 234 62 0 1 2 (READING LETTER TO LUDWIG FROM CHRISTIAN RITTER)4, Marz. 1864 To King Ludwig II, most gracious ruler of all Bavaria:

I beg your forgiveness for my forthrightness in this letter, but I fear terribly for your Majesty's safety and thus have no time for subtlety. 234 62 0 2 2 (LETTER TO LUDWIG CONT'D)I have heard that the one they call 'the Black Wolf' is close to your Highness. I have been investigating this man for reasons I cannot name at present, and I have learned that he is extremely dangerous and can only have the most dire of motives at heart in anything he pursues. 234 62 0 3 2 (LETTER TO LUDWIG CONT'D)I BEG your Highness only this--please do not see this man alone nor even with your servants only to guard you. I promise you, all will be made clear very shortly when my investigation is complete. For now, only keep yourself safe. 234 62 0 4 2 (LETTER TO LUDWIG CONT'D)Your most grateful servant, Christian von Ritter, Schloss Ritter, Rittersberg, Bavaria 234 62 0 5 2 (AFTER READING LETTER TO LUDWIG)'The Black Wolf!' That was von Ralick's nickname! 237 62 0 1 2 March 18, 1994

Gabriel: You might as well know, I'm in Rittersberg. I wasn't about to sit in New Orleans and let you have all the fun. Besides, if it goes anything like last time, you're going to need my help. 237 62 0 2 2 I've been doing the research Gerde said you wanted. Enclosed is a book you might find useful. It looks a little outdated, but then I've never dealt with werewolves before, so it's hard to be sure. 237 62 0 3 2 There's also some werewolf history right here in town. I found some clues pointing to a werewolf called 'The Black Wolf.' He's cropped up in a couple of places, including here in Rittersberg in 1750 and in association with Ludwig II, a Bavarian king that died in 1886. 237 62 0 4 2 It's all ancient history, I know, but something tells me that it IS relevant. I'm not sure where to go from here, except to look into Ludwig II. Ask around about 'the Black Wolf' in Munich and see what you find out. Also, let me know if you want me to research Ludwig or join you there. 237 62 0 5 2 I'm sending this to your lawyer, but I'll need to contact you directly. Send your address and phone number ASAP. Herr Huber is being stubborn and won't tell me. Be careful and WRITE. Grace 237 62 0 6 3 237 62 0 7 1 At least she's off in the ozone somewhere. 'Ludwig II', 'The Black Wolf'? She's really losing it. 108 62 0 1 1 (AFTER READING GRACE'S LETTER)Damn it! What the hell is Gracie doing here? 158 62 0 1 1 (PLAYER TRIES TO READ HISTORICAL JOURNALS SENT BY GRACIE)I don't have time to worry about this historical stuff at the moment. I don't think it's got much to do with what's goin' on here in Munich. 109 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WOODPECKER CLOCK)You never know when a little wood-peckin' will come in handy. 110 62 0 1 1 (PLEASED WITH HIMSELF)Xaver's keys. 111 62 0 1 1 Grossberg's phone number. 112 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT MAGAZINE)I can't read it. It's in German. 113 62 0 1 1 (CLICK TAPE RECORDER ON MAGAZINE, SLY)Hmmm. That's a thought. 114 62 0 1 1 (PICK UP, GLEEFUL, PROUD OF HIMSELF FOR THINKING OF SOMETHING SO SNEAKY)I hid the tape recorder INSIDE the magazine! 160 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT MANUSCRIPT PAGE IN INVENTORY, VAIN)Brilliant prose, I know. Trouble is, I haven't the foggiest idea what happens next! 115 62 0 1 2 (AFTER READING GABRIEL'S LETTER)No return address. Great. 116 62 0 1 1 Gracie-- You decided to come over. That's great. Guten tag and all that. I'm sure you and Gerde are hitting it off. Thanks for finding the werewolf book. I'm not sure what it all means, but it might be useful. About Ludwig II, you know, I think you might have something there. šbergrau says there are two places you should check out -- Ludwig had a castle called 'New Swan' something and there's a museum about him at Here-in-chemistry? Something like that. I really think you should spend some time looking into it. 116 62 0 2 1 Don't worry. Things are going very smoothly this time around. I've tracked a suspect to a hunt club run by a man named von Glower. He seems okay, but I'm sure there's something going on with at least one of the others. Don't worry, though. I met a police detective named Leber, so I have back-up. I'll be finished soon. Sit tight and enjoy your visit til I get there. Gabriel 116 62 0 3 2 (AFTER READING GABE'S FIRST LETTER)What does he think, I'm on vacation here? And no address. Thank you very much, Mr. Knight. 116 62 0 4 2 (AFTER READING GABE'S FIRST LETTER)How am I going to go look into ANYTHING without the keys to the car? 117 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)I wonder if there's anyway the publisher could put me in touch with Chaphill? 159 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TITLE PAGE OF BIOGRAPHY)The publisher's name and phone number. That might come in handy. 118 62 0 1 2 (READING BIOGRAPHY)Ludwig remained throughout his life both very bright and very naive. He was an introvert who seemed to be constantly out-of-sync with traditional views of rulership, money, and human relationships. The world ever failed to match his ideals. Perhaps this was the fault of his sheltered upbringing as future king. He never was introduced to the real world, and the real world failed to interest him as an adult. 118 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP FOR NEW DATE, READING BIO--PRONOUNCE 'SHAW-CHEN' WITH A THROAT 'CHET' ON THE "CH")In his youth, Ludwig was in fine physical condition and loved to hike alone in the alps and ride horses. He had a hunting lodge -- Schachen -- specifically for this purpose. Unfortunately, in 1872 a rather traumatic hunting accident befell the king at Schachen, and his leg was cruelly damaged. He never fully recovered from this incident, and his hiking and riding ceased. His physical health deteriorated from that time on, and explains why he looked so unhealthy in later years. 118 62 0 3 2 (COMMENTING ON BIO, INTRIGUED)A hunting accident? 119 62 0 1 2 (READING BIO)Other than his long-standing friendship with the Empress Elizabeth of Austria and with his mother, the relationships Ludwig attempted with others were nearly always a disappointment for him and a bewilderment for his partners. He would become obsessed with someone -- a singer, an artist, a nobleman, or a peasant, and would bombard them with gifts, praise and favors. 119 62 0 2 2 (READING BIO)When they would fail to return the depths of rapturous passion he required, the singular adoration and humble obedience he expected, he would grow disappointed and cut himself off from them. The objects of his interest were occasionally women, usually ones he fell in love with after seeing them in idealized roles on the stage, but they were more often young men who fit his fantasies of the heroic sagas like Lohengrin and Parsival that he so loved. 120 62 0 1 2 (READING BIO)A good example of the king's obsessive behavior in relationships is the following letter from the K”niglich Bayerische Archives, which this author was priviledged to access. It is dated 1864 and it was written by Ludwig's manservant, Paul, to a friend. 120 62 0 2 2 (READING BIO--PROUNOUNCE 'VITTELS-BACHER' WITH A 'CHET')"The King has been in a high mood these days. The reason, of course, is a new interest. Thursday last, the King attended a performance of LOHENGRIN in the Wittlesbacher theater. He came back in a fever, demanding that a man be found. The man, it was gathered, had been sitting in a box across from Ludwig and had drawn the king's attention by his 'beauty' and his 'deep emotional response' to the performance. The King declared that 'here at last is a sensitive soul!' 120 62 0 3 2 (READING BIO)The man was tracked down and brought in for an audience. Upon my word, never have I seen any mind so in line with His Majesty's own! They discussed Wagner and France and Byron and all manner of things until long past dawn. The young man, beautiful indeed to look upon, met the king's enthusiasm and knowledge bit for bit! 120 62 0 4 2 (READING BIO)His Majesty has been in the thick of it ever since and, while I welcome his good temper, I grow tired of fetching letters back and forth to 'Louis' (so called by His Majesty -- that should tell you who the young man looks like) at all hours of the night!" 120 62 0 5 2 (COMMENT ON BIO)1864? Wasn't that about the same time 'the Black Wolf' got his entitlement? 121 62 0 1 2 (READING BIO)This author has not been able to learn much about 'Louis,' but he was known to have been a seemingly high-bred foreigner and he was involved with Ludwig as late as 1880, when he fell into disfavor. 122 62 0 1 2 (READING BIO)The king, especially later in life, felt a great deal of guilt about his sensual nature. His diaries are full of repentant entries begging God for forgiveness and swearing to remain pure. 122 62 0 2 2 (READING BIO)In many of the diary entries, he swears to abstain from sexual relations. The number of these "oath entries" indicate that Ludwig was not very successful in resisting temptation, yet it is also clear that Ludwig was a God-fearing man and that, though his flesh might occasionally fall, he never surrendered his heart and his conscience to sin. 123 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DALLMEIER PHONE NBR)Professor Barclay's Ludwig contact. 124 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CHAPHILL'S PHONE NBR)Sir Richmond Chaphill's son. 125 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LETTER TO GABE, SARCASTIC)My letter to "the Great Detective." 141 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT GRACE'S NOTEBOOK IN INVENTORY)My notebook. 142 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT HERRENCHEIMSEE TICKET)A ticket to the Ludwig museum. 143 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT GABRIEL'S CAR KEYS IN INVENTORY)Gabriel's car keys. He'd have a fit if he knew I had them. 144 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT ROSES IN INVENTORY)They're beautiful, but they won't last long in my coat. 145 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TOUR TAPE DECK)I picked up a tour tape in English on my way in. 146 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LILY)Father Getz said the lily was a gift from the Madonna. That's an odd way of looking at it. 162 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT GABRIEL'S CAR KEYS IN INVENTORY CH 6, WORRIED)Gabriel's car is parked across the street. I thought I'd be driving him home before the opera tonight, but that's obviously not going to happen. 126 62 0 1 2 (READING LUDWIG DIARY)10th October, 1885. There MUST be made clear funds for the crystals. Lies, everyone lies! My own servants! What must I do? Must I sell one of my beloved castles? The crystals MUST BE MADE! I grow daily less able to control my own will (how long will I be able to resist the ultimate sin?!) and the music is worthless without the device. Time is running out -- the crystals MUST BE MADE! 126 62 0 2 2 (READING LUDWIG DIARY)April, 1883. The Great Friend is dead! How unjust that he should be taken from me now! Where is my chance at salvation? Why has God condemned me TWICE? 126 62 0 3 2 (READING LUDWIG DIARY)2cd August, 1882. The experiments go better and better. W. has proved as loyal and determined as ever I believed he would be in a matter of my salvation. He says he has the formula now, it remains only to put the finishing touches on the completed opera and to draw up the diagram for the crystals. Can it truly end? I scarce dare to hope! 126 62 0 4 2 (READING LUDWIG'S DIARY)10th June, 1881. Terror! Rapture! During W.'s music tonight I felt a pulling -- the horror nearly came upon me right there! Then the music turned and it was gone. What can it mean?!!! I must confide in the Great Friend -- perhaps he will know what has happened! 126 62 0 5 2 (READING LUDWIG DIARY)12th December, 1880. He continues to come, the devil. I will never look upon his hideous face again. He is afraid I will tell, and I might, I might! To destroy him, I might! When I think of the accident, now that things are clear, I wonder -- was it truly an accident or was the plot to kill me? If so, why did he not complete it then, instead of putting me in this torment? Could he have hated me so? I wish to God he had simply ended it there. 126 62 0 6 2 (READING LUDWIG DIARY)10th September, 1880. It is all finished. Elizabeth warned me and I discovered the truth at last. Oh most venomous viper at my very bosom!! Oh lowest of the least worthy who ever breathed! My Judas! My devil! If I could tear my heart out and fling it after him in the dirt, I would, I would!! 126 62 0 7 2 (READING LUDWIG DIARY)30th August, 1879. I will not falter, but will remain true!!! No matter the torment or longing, I will not yield. I will control the process, God grant me strength and will. By the grace and power of the monarchy and it's aligence. De Par Le Roy. L & R 126 62 0 8 2 (READING LUDWIG'S DIARY)5th January, 1874. By the power of Mary, Mother of God, I swear to refrain from the ultimate sin and to remain steadfast in my flesh. Sworn by the power of the lily. L & R. 126 62 0 9 2 (READING LUDWIG DIARY)3rd July, 1872. The pain gets so bad, I cannot hold a pen to write, but the HORROR is far worse than the PAIN. He says it was an accident, says that we can be truly one now, that it is a great adventure. I believe him one minute and the next, I can feel the flames of hell upon my heels! May God have mercy on my soul! 126 62 0 10 2 (READING LUDWIG DIARY--PROUNOUNCE 'SHAW-CHEN' WITH A 'CHET')11th June, 1872. Louis has conviced me to think matters through more thoroughly before I act. A trip it shall be, then. To Schachen. It shall not alter my purpose, I feel, nor shall his compelling. The treaty is the ruin of my beloved Bavaria and must be taken to task! 127 62 0 1 2 (READING WEREWOLF LORE BOOK)Chapter 3. Lycanthropy: The Ways of the Wolf. 127 62 0 2 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)There are two categories of werewolf cases; 'false' or Lycanthropic Disorder cases and genuine werewolf cases. 127 62 0 3 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Lycanthropic Disorder. Lycanthropic Disorder is a mental condition in which the subject (called a Lycanthrope) BELIEVES that he or she is a werewolf. The subject does not actually change shape, but is nevertheless capable of being as dangerous as an actual werewolf. Most cases of supposed werewolfry are really the work of Lycanthropic Disorder victims. 127 62 0 4 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Man to Beast. In real werewolves a physical change to wolf form does occur. The change can be voluntary (at will), or can be forced by certain cycles of the moon and certain sounds (such as howling). 127 62 0 5 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Werewolves and Immortality. Werewolves are immune from aging and from most physical diseases due to the constant regeneration of their physical tissue. They can, therefore, be virtually immortal. However, they can be killed by any wound that destroys the heart or the brain, or any form of death that causes brain or heart damage (such as hanging or other oxygen-deprivation methods). 127 62 0 6 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)The Mind of a Werewolf. Though primarily a true wolf while in wolf form, there is some proof that the werewolf retains enough knowledge to assist his killing; recognition of victims, evasion of traps, and human cunning have all been seen on werewolf cases. 127 62 0 7 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Becoming a Werewolf. There are several ways to become a werewolf. They include being given the power of shape shifting through sorcery, being cursed by someone whom you have wronged in some way (called the Lycaeonia curse), being bitten by a werewolf, and being born to a werewolf. In each case, the blood of the subject becomes tainted or cursed. 127 62 0 8 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Damnation. A person who becomes a werewolf against his will (birth, curse, or bite) is not completely damned until he tastes of human blood. Once he does, his soul is eternally damned and nothing may redeem him. Even without tasting of human blood, however, as long as the taint lays upon the immortal soul, it cannot enter into Heaven, and will remain chained to the mortal plane upon death. 127 62 0 9 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Werewolf Packs. Like real wolves, werewolves can live alone for many years, yet the instinct for a pack often leads them away from their secretive lifestyles, into revealing their nature to a priest or close associate, or converting another to werewolfry for companionship. This is when the otherwise cagey werewolf opens himself to detection! 127 62 0 10 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Werewolf packs cause immense destruction. A pack consists of one werewolf who became a werewolf through sorcery, birth, or curse -- in other words, his is the original tainted blood. This werewolf is called the Alpha werewolf. The remaining werewolves in the pack area called Beta werewolves because they became werewolves through the bite of the Alpha and carry the ALPHA'S tainted blood. 127 62 0 11 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Alpha and Beta Werewolves. The relationship between Alpha and Beta werewolves is a complex one. Once a subject is bitten by a werewolf, his or her life and death are doomed to the werewolf curse. The victim does, however, have some hope -- as long as THEY THEMSELVES do not taste of human blood, the curse is reversible. If the Alpha werewolf is killed -- THROUGH SOME ACTION OF THE BETA -- the Beta's curse is broken. 127 62 0 12 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)It is important to note that whether the Beta werewolf was bitten by the Alpha werewolf himself or by another Beta, it is the Alpha who must be destroyed -- the source of the original tainted blood. It is also an interesting note that since Betas and Alphas share the same common blood, an Alpha cannot physically harm a Beta of his own bloodline by his own hand without inflicting the same injury upon himself. However, if a Beta is harmed or killed by another, it does not affect the Alpha. 127 62 0 13 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Symptoms of Werewolfry. When hunting for a werewolf it is important to remember that your biggest clues will come through your suspects' personalities. Becoming a werewolf is not transparent, no matter how the victim tries to hide it. The tainted, sub-human blood greatly alters the subject's own mind and personality, even physical appearance. 127 62 0 14 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Therefore, look for symptoms in your human suspects that include increasing violence, increasing aggression, unprovoked rages, insomnia, restlessness, and other bizarre behavior. Unfortunately, over time these symptoms can be brought under control, so do not rely upon them exclusively. 127 62 0 15 2 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)A good example of this comes from a case reported by the ancient priesthood society, MANOS DEL SOL, of Brazil. A rash of werewolf killings there was tracked to a high-ranking officer in the army. The society became aware of the man mainly through rumors of his violent behavior and changed personality. The case was successfully resolved with the man's capture. 127 62 0 16 3 128 62 0 1 1 (READING WEREWOLF LORE BOOK)Chapter 3. Lycanthropy: The Ways of the Wolf. 128 62 0 2 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)There are two categories of werewolf cases; 'false' or Lycanthropic Disorder cases and genuine werewolf cases. 128 62 0 3 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Lycanthropic Disorder. Lycanthropic Disorder is a mental condition in which the subject (called a Lycanthrope) BELIEVES that he or she is a werewolf. The subject does not actually change shape, but is nevertheless capable of being as dangerous as an actual werewolf. Most cases of supposed werewolfry are really the work of Lycanthropic Disorder victims. 128 62 0 4 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Man to Beast. In real werewolves a physical change to wolf form does occur. The change can be voluntary (at will), or can be forced by certain cycles of the moon and certain sounds (such as howling). 128 62 0 5 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Werewolves and Immortality. Werewolves are immune from aging and from most physical diseases due to the constant regeneration of their physical tissue. They can, therefore, be virtually immortal. However, they can be killed by any wound that destroys the heart or the brain, or any form of death that causes brain or heart damage (such as hanging or other oxygen-deprivation methods). 128 62 0 6 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)The Mind of a Werewolf. Though primarily a true wolf while in wolf form, there is some proof that the werewolf retains enough knowledge to assist his killing; recognition of victims, evasion of traps, and human cunning have all been seen on werewolf cases. 128 62 0 7 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Becoming a Werewolf. There are several ways to become a werewolf. They include being given the power of shape shifting through sorcery, being cursed by someone whom you have wronged in some way (called the Lycaeonia curse), being bitten by a werewolf, and being born to a werewolf. In each case, the blood of the subject becomes tainted or cursed. 128 62 0 8 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Damnation. A person who becomes a werewolf against his will (birth, curse, or bite) is not completely damned until he tastes of human blood. Once he does, his soul is eternally damned and nothing may redeem him. Even without tasting of human blood, however, as long as the taint lays upon the immortal soul, it cannot enter into Heaven, and will remain chained to the mortal plane upon death. 128 62 0 9 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Werewolf Packs. Like real wolves, werewolves can live alone for many years, yet the instinct for a pack often leads them away from their secretive lifestyles, into revealing their nature to a priest or close associate, or converting another to werewolfry for companionship. This is when the otherwise cagey werewolf opens himself to detection! 128 62 0 10 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Werewolf packs cause immense destruction. A pack consists of one werewolf who became a werewolf through sorcery, birth, or curse -- in other words, his is the original tainted blood. This werewolf is called the Alpha werewolf. The remaining werewolves in the pack area called Beta werewolves because they became werewolves through the bite of the Alpha and carry the ALPHA'S tainted blood. 128 62 0 11 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Alpha and Beta Werewolves. The relationship between Alpha and Beta werewolves is a complex one. Once a subject is bitten by a werewolf, his or her life and death are doomed to the werewolf curse. The victim does, however, have some hope -- as long as THEY THEMSELVES do not taste of human blood, the curse is reversible. If the Alpha werewolf is killed -- THROUGH SOME ACTION OF THE BETA -- the Beta's curse is broken. 128 62 0 12 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)It is important to note that whether the Beta werewolf was bitten by the Alpha werewolf himself or by another Beta, it is the Alpha who must be destroyed -- the source of the original tainted blood. It is also an interesting note that since Betas and Alphas share the same common blood, an Alpha cannot physically harm a Beta of his own bloodline by his own hand without inflicting the same injury upon himself. However, if a Beta is harmed or killed by another, it does not affect the Alpha. 128 62 0 13 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Symptoms of Werewolfry. When hunting for a werewolf it is important to remember that your biggest clues will come through your suspects' personalities. Becoming a werewolf is not transparent, no matter how the victim tries to hide it. The tainted, sub-human blood greatly alters the subject's own mind and personality, even physical appearance. 128 62 0 14 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)Therefore, look for symptoms in your human suspects that include increasing violence, increasing aggression, unprovoked rages, insomnia, restlessness, and other bizarre behavior. Unfortunately, over time these symptoms can be brought under control, so do not rely upon them exclusively. 128 62 0 15 1 (WEREWOLF LORE BOOK CONT'D)A good example of this comes from a case reported by the ancient priesthood society, MANOS DEL SOL, of Brazil. A rash of werewolf killings there was tracked to a high-ranking officer in the army. The society became aware of the man mainly through rumors of his violent behavior and changed personality. The case was successfully resolved with the man's capture. 181 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. Wagner died on Ash Wednesday, 1883. 182 62 0 1 2 Gabriel: I've been busy on this case and it's starting to pay off. Thought I'd fill you in. There's DEFINITELY something going on with Ludwig II. I'm pretty sure he was involved with a werewolf. In fact, he was probably turned into one himself. Anyway, something happened to him on this hunting trip and afterwards he fits the profile in the lore book to a 'T'. It's really fascinating. 182 62 0 2 2 There's an American couple here, the Smiths. They're from Pennslyvania, if you can believe it. Mrs. Smith has been telling me all about your fortune, and she's sure you're tied in with Ludwig somehow. She's also told me to warn you to beware the Black Wolf. Have you learned ANYTHING about that yet? 182 62 0 3 2 (GETTING INSISTENT)So DON'T tell me where you're staying, as if I care. Really, we're supposed to be a team, Gabriel. I'm holding up MY end. I've about done all I can down here and if you want I can join you there soon. Perhaps I'll see something I recognize from my research. I'm SERIOUS. Grace. 182 62 0 4 1 (AFTER READING GRACE LETTER)Christ! She's losin' it! Ludwig II? A werewolf? Yeah, right. 183 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING AT TAPE)I recorded some of von Zell's conversation last night. Unfortunately, it's in German. 184 62 0 1 1 Von Zell's conversations are certainly interestin'. 185 62 0 1 1 I'm sure whatever they said is in German. I need a translator. 186 62 0 1 1 šbergrau told me what the tape says. 188 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT SAUSAGE)Don't these sausages look a little ... pale to you? Maybe I'll just hold on to them. 189 62 0 1 1 'Exports?' 'Exotics?' It'd be nice to know what all of this meant. 175 62 0 1 1 If I ever solve this case, I'll sick Leber on this guy. 190 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT MONEY POUCH)Easy come, easy go, I guess. 238 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT LETTER GROSSBERG WROTE TO VON ZELL, DARK)Apparently, Grossberg misjudged his audience. 191 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT TAGS)Hilda and Parsival's tags. So much for the killer zoo wolves theory. 192 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO LIGHT LANTERN SOMEWHERE EXCEPT CAVE)I don't need the light here. 147 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT LANTERN, DARK)I have a feelin' it can get pretty dark around here. I'd better be prepared. 148 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT MATCHES IN INVENTORY--MATCHBOOK HAS LONG GERMAN WORD ON IT)Hell of a lot of letters just to say 'matches.' 149 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT SHEARS IN INVENTORY, DARK)These might come in handy in the woods. 150 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT PREISS'S ROPE IN INVENTORY, DISGUSTED)I don't even want to know what PREISS uses this rope for. 201 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT DOVE IN INVENTORY, SLIGHTLY WORRIED)The pigeon seems to be doing okay in there. 161 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPENS VON GLOWER'S LETTER TO GABE CH 6 AND DISCOVERS TALISMAN, NERVOUS, ANXIOUS)It's a letter from von Glower! And he sent the Ritter talisman back, too! 202 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT BOTTLE OF WATER)Water from the Black Madonna's spring. 203 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TALISMAN IN INVENTORY)The Ritter talisman! 204 62 0 1 7 (LETTER TO GABE, CH 6)Gabriel. I know you are very ill right now. The change is always painful. I went through it myself when I was only twelve, and I did not even know what was happening to me. 204 62 0 2 7 I'm sorry I am not there to help you, but I have a pretty clear sense that you would not welcome my presence. You are safe in Rittersberg. For now, that is enough. Let me speak then, of the future. 204 62 0 3 7 You hate me now. I know this. But I have some hope that by the pass of the second moon, when the sickness wanes and the blood has inflamed the greater part of you, you will see things differently. 204 62 0 4 7 You will need me then and, I think, you will WANT me then. It is for hope of this that I did not have you destroyed the night you were bitten by von Zell. I could have done. You were passed out for hours at the lodge. 204 62 0 5 7 It would have been a simple thing to wake the men, show them von Zell's corpse, and make up a story that would enrage them enough to kill you. I did not. Let that be proof of my true desire for friendship with you. I have desired companionship for more years than you have lived. 204 62 0 6 7 I have even, very rarely, taken the risk and Changed others. But the Blood was always too much for the brain, and my Chosen One ended up dead. Or mad. 204 62 0 7 7 This is why I started the hunt club. It was my idea that if I could first indoctrinate men's minds to the religion of tooth and claw, that they then might be prepared for the Change. 204 62 0 8 7 As you have seen, it did not work. Von Zell was the best of the lot. If he had turned out well, I would have taken the others, but there's no point in even trying with them now. 204 62 0 9 7 But you are different. You're a Ritter. Your blood is ALREADY supernatural. Yes, I know of your family. I have studied much over these long years. When we met, I felt somehow that you would not be destroyed by the Gift. You have an enormous streak of the beast in you, and you are innately strong in the Occult. 204 62 0 10 7 You wil be powerful and beautiful in the Change, I am sure of it. I did not intend for it to happen so soon and in such a way, but perhaps fate has its own reason. But how confused YOU must be. You may feel I used you to dispose of von Zell. I did. 204 62 0 11 7 He had to be taken care of and you obligingly showed up. What was I to do? I am too old not to have learned at least this much about the light -- you cannot shut it out. Better to let it in and let it simply dim to adjust to the relative brightness INSIDE. 204 62 0 12 7 Think well on these things as your body adjusts. Think about meeting me in Munich in two months time. We can leave Germany if you wish and go anywhere you like. I will teach you how to hunt, how to live safe and well. 204 62 0 13 7 You can feel the night wind on your face, taste the heartbeat of the kill beneath your jaws. It is glorious -- much more so than the priestly life the Schattenjager offers. 204 62 0 14 7 Don't confuse yourself with ideas of good and evil. Nature shows us that there are no such distinctions. You and I both inherited something from our fathers. Is your legacy any less of a curse or blessing than mine? Join me. Yours -- Friederich 204 62 0 15 2 (PICK UP, AFTER READING VON GLOWER'S LETTER, ANGRY AND SICKENED)Oh my God! 205 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT OPERA IN INVENTORY)This is the only copy of Wagner's lost opera! 206 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT OPERA IN INVENTORY)I think I only need one more act! 207 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT OPERA)Wagner's opera! It really exists! 208 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT HEART)Gerde's silver mourning heart for Wolfgang. 209 62 0 1 2 (READING PRIEST'S CARD IN INVENTORY)If you have a special prayer to make or wish to place a penitence offering, I can lead you to the shrine. 210 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT OPERA LIBRETTO IN INVENTORY)I know the opera's libreto by heart after all those rehearsals. Ludwig must have loved it. 244 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TO DO LIST IN INVENTORY, WORRIED, ANXIOUS)I made this list of things to do. 211 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SEATING CHART)It's a seating chart for the theater. 212 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MARKED SEATING CHART, SLY AT END)I've marked the seats for von Glower and Leber. I hope they enjoy each other's company. 155 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DIAGRAM BEFORE LEARNING THEATER WAS REBUILT) Wagner's layout of the theater. 213 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DIAGRAM AFTER LEARNING THEATER WAS REBUILT, UPSET AT END)Wagner's layout of the theater. The OLD Wittelsbacher Theater. 156 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WAGNER'S THEATER DIAGRAM)I suppose that large 'X' had something to do with the seating arrangements. It's in a nice line from the chandeliers. 214 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WAGNER'S THEATER DIAGRAM, WORRIED, PROUNOUNCE 'LOWGSH')I'm assuming Wagner wanted von Glower seated in the Mittel Loge. I hope I'm right. 215 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WAGNER'S THEATER DIAGRAM)I don't need to go through that again. I think I have it all correct. 216 62 0 1 2 The charts are already aligned correctly. 217 62 0 1 2 (PROUNOUNCE 'LOWGSH')The large 'X' on Wagner's diagram is in an area called the Mittel Loge on the seating chart. 217 62 0 2 2 I'd better check it out. 157 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SEATING CHART, PRONOUSE "MIT-L LOWGE')The Mittel Loge. That looks like the best box in the house. 218 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CHART AND DIAGRAM, NOT YET ALIGNED)They look similar, but something is off. 219 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)The large 'X' on Wagner's diagram is in an area called the Mittel Loge on the seating chart. 220 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PRIVATE BANNER)It says 'private.' 164 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, READING OPERA PROGRAM IN INVENTORY)The Curse of Englehart by Richard Wagner. Act I. 164 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Many years ago in a small German village, there lived a young man named Engelhart. Engelhart was a lowly blacksmith's apprentice. He was fair of face, but by nature gentle and shy. Being orphaned, and having lived with the blacksmith in virutal slavery since his parents died, Engelhart had nothing in the world to claim as his own. Nothing, that is, but an amazing talent. 164 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)For ten years, the beautiful and much-desired wares that had passed for the blacksmith's own had actually been produced by Engelhart. The blacksmith, a greedy and vain man, was determined to keep this a secret. He forbade Engelhart to ever work the metal in front of another soul -- on pain of death. 164 62 0 4 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)But the blacksmith's ingratitude went further still. He was so plagued with envy of Engelhart's talents that he treated Engelhart ilke a lazy and worthless dog. 165 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)The other villagers, assuming that the blacksmith's behavior toward Engelhart must be deserved, followed suit. Now in the same town there lived a rich Baron. The Baron maintained a patronly and righteous face with the villagers, but it was rumored that he was actually unspeakably cruel and wicked. 165 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)There was also a young maiden, Hildegunde, who was lovely and good-hearted. Hildegunde was the only one who took pity on Engelhart and was kind to him. Engelhart loved Hildegunde madly, but was too shy and too penniless to even speak of it. 165 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)In the first act, we learn that Hildegunde's parents, blinded by the prospective fortune, have betrothed her to the Baron. When Hildegunde learns of this, she is terrified and protests that the Baron is reputed to be evil, but her parents brush this off as "jealous rumors" and demand her obedience. 165 62 0 4 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Poor Hildegunde is too good to defy her parent's wishes, and so she reluctantly agrees. The Baron, with great public ceremony, sends Hildegunde a betrothal gift of a silver jewelry box. 166 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Hildegunde -- overcome by her fear and anger at the betrothal -- casts the jewelry box into the fire. She is immediately remorseful and pulls it out, but it is too late. The delicate silver has been badly marred. 166 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Hildegunde fears for her life when she sees the damage. She is afraid the blacksmith would report the damage to the Baron, so she approaches Engelhart and begs him to help her. Engelhart thinks of his master's warning, but determines to disregard it for Hildegunde's sake. He melts down the silver and constructs another box even more beautiful than the first. 166 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)When Hildegunde sees his great artistic skill she falls in love with him. The two come together in an aria of love. But their bliss is momentary. What about the betrothal? The young couple, knowing the Baron will never relinquish his claim, decide to run away. 167 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Act 2. The Baron learns of Hildegunde and Engelhart's disappearance. He is so furious that he hires hunters to track the pair down. Hildegunde and Engelhart are found and arrested. In a public trial, Hildegunde pleads their case in a stirring aria. 167 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)She tells the townspeople of Engelhart's great skill and his mistreatment by the blacksmith. She tells them Engelhart is good and kind. The blacksmith should be turned out for his evils and Engelhart given the shop. Then she and Engelhart could marry and live in peace with their neighbors. Her parents chose a groom for her, but she begs to be allowed her own choice. 167 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)It is then the Baron's turn to speak. He declares that he has been terribly injured -- a victim of a wayward girl. His marriage claim was first -- there can be no other! He implies that if the villagers do not help him "make it right," he will remove his aid from the village coffers. Then the Baron turns to Engelhart. 168 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)By the rights of the injured, the Baron announces, he is empowered to set a curse. The Baron curses Engelhart with a terrible and ancient malady -- that whenever the moon shines in the night, Engelhart will become a marauding wolf. 168 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)The village is terrified of wolves, and has been plagued for many years by a local renegade wolf which has taken the lives of many children. The baron further declares that, because he is merciful, he will still marry Hildegunde, but not until she renounces Engelhart with her own words. 168 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Until she does, he will keep her "safe" from further shame by locking her up in a small room at the top of his house. 168 62 0 4 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)The villagers naturally side with the Baron. Hildegunde goes to her prison and Engelhart does indeed become a wolf at night. At first, Engelhart is hated and feared by the villagers. They makes the sign of the evil eye at him, and will not tolerate his presence in town. 168 62 0 5 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)But soon, rumors start to circulate about Engelhart the wolf. It seems he is always careful not to harm any human being nor any domestic stock. 169 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)In fact, he even does some good for the villagers. He scares away bandits and he keeps the renegade wolf at bay. No more children are lost to the fangs of the night. Engelhart's kindness shines through even the dire nature of his curse. 169 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Hildegunde, meanwhile, still loves Engelhart as much as ever, whatever curse he might be under, and whatever acts that curse might force him to commit. When she hears of Engelhart's successful mastery of the curse, she dedicates herself to him forever. 169 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Hildegunde tells the Baron that she will never renounce Engelhart. The Baron's plan having collapses before him, having given Engelhart dignity rather than removed it, he flies into a rage. He tells Hildegunde that he will marry her anyway, and on the morrow at that. She will become his wife or her parent's lives will be forfeit! 170 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Act 3. The final act begins with the wedding feast for Hildegunde and the Baron. Hildegunde has "cooperated," due to her fear for her parent's lives, but now that the service is over, she is horrified to find herself that Baron's wife, and is mourning her final separation from Engelhart. 170 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)After her poignant opening aria, the Baron approaches her and tries to draw her back to the party. He calls for the entertainment, hoping to cheer her up. 170 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)In strides a traveling show of minstrels. They wear comic costumes and full face paint and immediately proceed to play and juggle for the crowd. One of them, a mime with a tragic frown painted on his face, seems to want to hover near and amuse the bride. She keeps brushing him off, clearly depressed and tearful, and he does his best to make her laugh. 170 62 0 4 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)After the amusing antics of the minstrel's first song, the tone changes and the minstrel's music grows dark and theatrical. 171 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)The Baron protests, preferring the comedy, but he's reassured by Hildegunde's father. The minstrels gather in a circle around the frowning minstrel. They whirl around him, and he slowly sinks form sight. The music grows more frantic. 171 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Suddenly, the minstrels burst apart like petals and standing in the center of the room is ... a wolf. The villagers scream but Hildegunde cries out that it is Engelhart! The wolf does not attack the crowd. It only lifts its head and begins to howl. 171 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)The Baron screams at the wolf to stop, and he screams at the villagers to kill the wolf, but they only stare in horror. The Baron pulls his hair and gnashes his teeth. He rises and makes it to the center of the banquet hall where he falls down in a heap of wedding silk. 171 62 0 4 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)What emerges from the silk is ... another wolf! Engelhart has revealed the Baron's terrible secret for all to see! He was the marauding wolf that had terroized the village! The Baron wolf escapes from the hall through the main archway. Engelhart leaps after him. 172 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)The villagers rally in a cry of horror and fury. One of the men grabs an axe from the wall and entreats the others to follow. They will stalk and kill the murderous wolf! The villagers storm through the archway. Hildegunde follows. 172 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)The final scene takes place in the woods outside the village. The villagers hunt the two wolves. They follow the wolf tracks, singing of the apparent ferocity of the battle between the two wolves. 172 62 0 3 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Hildegunde answers the men's excitement with her own fear for Engelhart's life. The crowd emerges into a clearing. There, the two wolves are engaged in a final deadly embrace. As they watch, Engelhart triumphs and the Baron wolf sinks to the ground and dies. 172 62 0 4 2 (PICKUP, OPERA PROGRAM CONT'D)Unfortunately, Engelhart is mortally wounded. His curse has been broken by the Baron's death, but it is too late. Hildegunde sings her love to him while the villagers pronounce him a great hero. Engelhart dies, and all mourn in a sorrowful final aria. 221 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT COSTUME IN INVENTORY)Engelhart's minstrel costume. 223 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT ROLL IN INVENTORY, CH 6 SO DISTRACTED/WORRIED)I picked up a roll at the gasthof, but I've lost my appetite again. 224 62 0 1 3 Magazine with tape recorder 225 62 0 1 3 226 62 0 1 3 Lit lantern 227 62 0 1 3 Gabriel's notebook 233 62 0 1 3 Rifle 245 62 0 1 3 248 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT ROLL OF TAPE IN INVENTORY--CH 6, DARK/WEREWOLF)I took this tape from the pulley. I'm not sure what to do with it. 250 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT POWDER IN INVENTORY, CH 6 SO DARK)It's stage powder. 151 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PILLOWCASE IN INVENTORY, CH 6 SO A BIT DISTRACTED/WORRIED)Fresh sheets. That was nice of Gerde. 152 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT OPERA GLASSES IN INVENTORY, CH 6, ANXIOUS)I picked these up so I could see EVERYTHING tonight -- and I don't mean on stage! 153 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT THEATER ROPE IN INVENTORY, CH 6, ANXIOUS)I took this rope from a pulley backstage. 154 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT THEATER KEYS IN INVENTORY, CH 6, ANXIOUS)Keys from the panel box in the basement. 251 62 0 1 3

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231 62 0 1 2 (THIS AND FOLLOWING MSGS ALL FROM GRACE'S NOTEBOOK)Gerde says that Gabriel's on a case for Werner Huber, who runs the Gasthof in town. She won't tell me what it's about, though. She says he's staying somewhere near Munich. 231 62 0 2 2 Werner Huber says that Gabriel's case concerns werewolves!!! 231 62 0 3 2 Did I mention that Gabriel is a PIG!!!!! Good thing I'm doing all this for ME! 240 62 0 1 2 Werner Huber says that there was a werewolf trial in Rittersberg. He thinks it occurred sometime in the 1700's. Think I'll look into it. 240 62 0 2 2 Victor Ritter's Journal. I think I found the werewolf trial Werner mentioned. An entry dated April 20, 1750 describes how Victor trapped a black wolf that was supposedly a werewolf. Victor wounded it in the chest. It was brought to Rittersberg. Not sure why or what happened next. The Schattenj„gers didn't involve themselves in the trials, it seems. 240 62 0 3 2 Rathaus Records. The black wolf caught in 1750 was brought to Rittersberg in order to give it time to regain its human form. They wanted to IDENTIFY it. 240 62 0 4 2 Rathaus Records. The wolf was kept in the Rathaus dungeon. 240 62 0 5 2 Rathaus Records. The werewolf was tried and sentenced to death. He died in town. 240 62 0 6 2 Rathaus Records. The black wolf that was brought to Rittersberg DID transform back into a man. He was identified as Baron von Ralick from Alfing. 240 62 0 7 2 St. George's Church records. Gives Baron von Ralick's last confession. Says before he became a werewolf he was a real S.O.B. and was nicknamed THE BLACK WOLF. Also had a black wolf on the von Ralick coat of arms. Says he became a werewolf when cursed by a gypsy to 'live up to his name.' Am I going crazy? The Black Wolf is who Christian Ritter was warning Ludwig II about. But that was 1864 and von Ralick died here in 1750 ??? Do all werewolves call themselves that? Definitely need to find out more about the 1864 Black Wolf if possible. 240 62 0 8 2 St. George's Church records. There was a letter in the von Ralick file from a lawyer in Buenos Aires. He was requesting information about the case 'for the family.' The envelope had a black seal featuring a wolf. 240 62 0 9 2 St. George's Church records. Gives Baron von Ralick's last confession. Says before he became a werewolf he was a real S.O.B. and was nicknamed the Black Wolf. Also had a black wolf on the von Ralick coat of arms. Says he became a werewolf when cursed by a gypsy to 'live up to his name.' 240 62 0 10 2 St. George's Church records. There was a letter in the von Ralick file from a lawyer in Buenos Aires. He was requesting information about the case 'for the family.' The envelope had a black wax seal featuring a wolf. 241 62 0 1 2 I found a letter in the werewolf lore book. It was written by a Schattenj„ger, Christian Ritter, to King Ludwig II of Bavaria. It warned him about the Black Wolf. ANOTHER black wolf? Could this be connected to the case in town? But von Ralick died here in 1750??? Maybe the nickname was common -- a German equivilant of 'Bubba?' I need to find out more about this letter, if possible. I'm starting a new section -- 1864 Black Wolf. Until I'm convinced otherwise, we'll assume this is an entirely new subject. 241 62 0 2 2 I found a letter in the werewolf lore book. It was dated 1864 and was written by a Schattenj„ger, Christian Ritter, to King Ludwig II of Bavaria. It warned him about someone called the Black Wolf. Not sure if it's related to werewolves or not, but the letter WAS in the werewolf book. Find out more about this subject, if possible. 241 62 0 3 2 Christian Ritter's journal. Confirms that he WAS after a werewolf and had connected it/him with someone called the Black Wolf. Doesn't look like he ever got him, though, because the entries end there and his date of death is given as 4 March, 1864 -- same date as the letter. If he died for the letter, it was in vain. The original's still sitting here -- I'm pretty sure Ludwig never saw it. Guess that old Ritter curse was doing its thing. 242 62 0 1 2 Werner Huber says that Ludwig II was the 'last true King Bavaria had.' Says he was a genius. Built castles. Politicians declared him insane and he was arrested. Werner thinks he was murdered. Obviously, Werner's opinions are one thing, but I need to find some facts. 136 62 0 1 2 (THIS AND FOLLOWING; READING GRACE'S NOTEBOOK ENTRIES)Gabriel claims he's doing just fine on the case. He's investigating a suspect at a hunt club. He didn't send an address. Fine! I have my own eggs to fry! 137 62 0 1 2 An interesting note -- seems like I'm hearing from a few different sources that the Ritters aren't the only 'hunters of evil' around. Mr. & Mrs. Smith consider themselves crusaders, there's a group in Brazil, and Mrs. Smith says there are others. Curious. Be on the look out for this. Maybe they can help teach me a few things. And Gabriel, ASSUMING he can learn. 138 62 0 1 2 Okay. I'm going to log this, even though I have no idea if it's complete garbage or not, just in case it means something later on. Mrs. Smith did Gabriel's tarot and mine. Basically, she claims that there's this "high priestess" -- a powerful feminine spirit guide -- trying to warn Gabriel about this Black Wolf stuff and assist him because Gabriel is in deep doo-doo. 138 62 0 2 2 He's supposedly got this dual nature (yeah, dumb and dumber) and he's going to be going through one of two possible transformations. The spirit guide is trying to help him pick the right one -- supposedly not just for him (Gabriel) but for herself and/or someone she represents as well (maybe one of his old creditors?). 138 62 0 3 2 Also, I'm supposed to help by "using my positive-feeling energy for Gabriel." Unfortunately, I don't have any, so my pissed-off-feeling energy will have to do. 138 62 0 4 2 All this involves a difficult trial, etc. Bottom line, if there IS some sort of spiritual guidance for this case out there, I'm more than willing to talk to it. Other than that, I hope Mrs. Smith is wrong about how bleak this all looks (she certainly is wrong about SOME things), because what she's talking about doesn't sound like a heck of a lot of fun. 139 62 0 1 2 Last night a man and woman from Pennslyvania showed up at the castle to "meet the Schattenj„ger." The woman, Mrs. Smith, seemed to go into a trance and warned me about the black wolf! Three Black Wolves? That's a little hard to believe! I'll keep this under the Black Wolf section until I learn more about it. 140 62 0 1 2 Mrs. Smith claims to not know anything about the Black Wolf. She says she was channeling the message from someone else. She says she doesn't know who but that the force was "very powerful." She wants to help get to the bottom of it. I suppose I could use the help, even if she is a bit odd (yeah, and the Grand Canyon's a "bit deep"). 141 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP FOR NEW DATE, ALSO WATCH GO-DEN, NOTEBOOK)Dallmeier. The 1864 Black Wolf that was mentioned in Christian Ritter's letter to Ludwig was probably a man named Paul Gowden. At least, Gowden lived in Prussia at that time, had that nickname, and was well-connected. Gowden was from 'abroad' but claimed to be from high Germanic blood. He was a spy for Bismarck. This is somewhat disappointing since the name Gowden means nothing to me. Guess I was expecting enlightenment or something. 142 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP FOR NEW DATE, NOTEBOOK)Dallmeier. Gowden was granted a royal title and lands in 1870 by Bismarck. What did he do to deserve it?? 143 62 0 1 2 Dallmeier. No trace of Gowden after his entitlement, probably because his name changed. New name would appear on entitlement deed. 144 62 0 1 2 Mrs. Smith thinks that Christian Ritter's letter to Ludwig about the Black Wolf, and her own warning about the Black Wolf so soon thereafter, are pointing the way to Ludwig. She says I should look into him. While I may not totally buy her logic, I can't help but agree with her. 145 62 0 1 2 Neuschwanstein. Ludwig lived from 1845-1886. He built 3 castles. He was arrested at Neuschwanstein, in the Entry Hall in 1886. Wagner seems to have had a major effect on Ludwig's life. Find out more about that. 146 62 0 1 2 Neuschwanstein. Ludwig was bankrupted after spending extravagently on construction. After his arrest he was taken to Berg castle and was found dead in the lake there the next day, along with his doctor (also dead in the lake). 147 62 0 1 2 Neuschwanstein. Ludwig and his whole family were devout Catholics. His private chapel contains images of the Black Madonna of Alt™tting (Mary figure) and St. Louis of France. He apparently had a thing for the French monarchy but at one point had all the 'Louis' images in all of his castles covered up. Mean something? 148 62 0 1 2 Neuschwanstein. Ludwig was really into swans and lilies. They represented purity and majesty. Later in life he became more and more reclusive. Didn't even want servants to look at him. 149 62 0 1 2 Neuschwanstein. Weird. Ludwig wanted his castles destroyed after his death. I wonder why? 150 62 0 1 2 Neuschwanstein. Ludwig studied the occult. Also, he withdrew from his state duties -- wanted to be a 'real king' but didn't have much power under Prussia? I should find out more about Bavaria's relationsip with Prussia. 151 62 0 1 2 Neuschwanstein. There are paintings in the Singer's Hall portraying scenes from an unknown story -- scenes involving a WOLF. More than that, the story looks like a WEREWOLF story to me. PLUS, these paintings aren't the original paintings. Ludwig had these put in later, covering the old ones up. Perhaps I'm letting my imagination overrun my objectivity? What story are these scenes from? Why did Ludwig have a sudden affinity with a wolf (possible werewolf) story? 152 62 0 1 2 Mrs. Smith and I discussed my Ludwig dream. She says the dream confirms that Gabriel's spirit guide is linked somehow to Ludwig and that the spirit guide is powerful (it reached un-psychic me through a dream). She also thinks the wolves symbolize the danger we're being warned about (like I couldn't figure that much out myself). 153 62 0 1 2 Herrencheimsee. Ludwig had a good friend, Empress Elizabeth of Austria. Her letters mention a 'new friend' of Ludwig's (1865), and, in (1878) Ludwig being tormented in some way which he won't tell her about. 154 62 0 1 2 Herrencheimsee. Ludwig's notes to his servants. Pretty whacked. This was not a happy man. He mentions needing money and he's obviously pissed off at someone named 'Louis' (1881). He talks about 'the Great Friend' visiting and that they aren't to be disturbed (also 1881). 155 62 0 1 2 Filled Mrs. Smith in on all the werewolf stuff about the case. She thinks Ludwig's soul is not at peace (no wonder!). She wants to talk to Gabriel. Right. Who doesn't. 156 62 0 1 2 Herrencheimsee. Ludwig kept a diary! It might explain his 'torment!' I need to get a hold of this, if at ALL possible. It ought to provide better clues than I've found anywhere else. 157 62 0 1 2 I forgot! Last night I dreamt Ludwig rescued me from a pack of wolves in a sleigh. It was in the woods at night, and the sleigh he was in looks just like his REAL sleigh, which I saw in the museum!! How could I have dreamt it so accurately when I've never seen the sleigh before? I never even knew that he TOOK sleigh rides! 158 62 0 1 2 Herrenchiemsee. After Ludwig died, Elizabeth of Austria wrote to a bishop thanking him for helping her fulfill Ludwig's last wishes. What were they? I hate the fact that everyone who might know ANY of these answers is dead! 159 62 0 1 2 Herrenchiemsee. Notes on Ludwig's death. June 12, 1886. Ludwig knew the conspirators were coming to arrest him because they'd been there once before. He asked for the key to the tower, supposedly to commit suicide. He never made it to the tower but was instead arrested for insanity. He was taken to Berg by carriage and on the way they stopped at a place called Seeshaupt. Ludwig talked to the postmistress there, but no one knows what was said. 7 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP FOR NEW ENTRY, NOTEBOOK ENTRIES)Herrencheimsee. June 13, 1886. Ludwig and his doctor went out for a walk and never returned. They were both found drown in the nearby lake. Murder? Or suicide? 160 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP FOR NEW DATE, NOTEBOOK ENTRIES)Herrenchiemsee. Notes on Ludwig's death. His funeral was on June 18, 1886. The whole country went into shock (guess they were pretty crazy about him despite his bizarre ways -- at least the common people were). His body is entombed in the Wittelsbach crypt at St. Michael's church in Munich. His heart was place in an urn in the pilgrimage chapel at Alt™tting. 161 62 0 1 2 Alt™tting. Dallmeier says Ludwig's heart is not the only one at Alt™tting. Most members of the Wittlesbach family have their hearts there. The Black Madonna statue there is very old and the 'lady' supposedly performs miracles. 162 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP FOR NEW DATE, NOTEBOOK ENTRIES)Dallmeier says Ludwig's most important act politically was to sign away independent Bavarian statehood to Prussia in 1870. It must have killed him, he was so into absolute monarchy. Why did he do it? Dallmeier doesn't know. Says maybe he was manipulated. 163 62 0 1 2 Dallmeier says Ludwig's diary is filled with entries vehemently swearing off an activity but not naming that activity. Clearly, Ludwig had a secret, tormenting guilt. Biographers generally interpret this guilt as sexual guilt, but Dallmeier thinks it was something else. Doesn't know what. Could it be related to the Black Wolf and/or Ludwig's spiritual unrest? 163 62 0 2 2 It seems to me that if something tormented Ludwig that much in his lifetime, it's likely to be the same thing tormenting his spirit in the afterlife. Assuming Mrs. Smith is correct and he is "tormented." 164 62 0 1 2 Dallmeier. Bismarck was the Prussian Kaiser's chancellor during Ludwig's reign. He supposedly had spies in Ludwig's household and was rumored to be involved in the conspiracy to rule Ludwig insane. Obviously, he would benefit by Ludwig signing over Bavarian statehood to Prussia. How did he get Ludwig to do it? Dallmeier says he was a genius at playing people's weaknesses. Ludwig certainly had a few that could be played upon! 165 62 0 1 2 Dallmeier says Ludwig's diary is in the royal archives and no one is allowed to see it. The only one who saw it was a biographer, Chaphill. 166 62 0 1 2 Schloss Ritter. I called Chaphill's son, but he won't let me see the diary!!! 167 62 0 1 2 Dallmeier says Ludwig took his train or sleigh out at night because he was 'restless.' Sometimes even the motion of the sleigh wouldn't be enough and he'd stop and go wandering alone in the woods for hours. Tell me, friends and neighbors, what do you think he did out in the woods at night alone? 168 62 0 1 2 Dallmeier says Ludwig's 'hunting accident' involved Ludwig being bitten by a wolf. His servants claim Ludwig was never the same after that -- that the "fever" from the bite broke his mind. They suspected the wolf was diseased. Perhaps they were right! 169 62 0 1 2 Neuschwanstein. The entire castle is decorated on themes from classical heroic German dramas -- a taste Ludwig shared with composer Richard Wagner. In fact, most of the stories illustrated at Neuschwanstein are ones Wagner wrote operas about. 170 62 0 1 2 Herrencheimsee. Ludwig supported Wagner financially. Called him 'the Great Friend.' 171 62 0 1 2 Herrenchiemsee. Ludwig wrote a letter to the Munich conductor in 1882 telling him to prepare for a 'new Wagner opera' but then refused to see the man. Nothing more was ever heard about this new opera. WAS there something new or was Ludwig crazy? 172 62 0 1 2 Dallmeier. When Wagner visited Ludwig at Neuschwanstein, the two men would lock themselves up in the Singer's Hall. The servants report horrible sounds coming from behind the closed doors -- 'unearthly' and 'heart-breaking.' What were they doing? 173 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. Apparently, Wagner liked to live luxuriously and had run into considerable debt before Ludwig adopted him as patron late in Wagner's life. Georg says 'Ludwig saved the music.' I'd say Wagner owed him one. 174 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. Wagner and Ludwig shared the same kind of imagination -- grandiose, epic schemes with little practical reality. 175 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. Georg is familiar with both Ludwig's letter to the conductor and the wolf paintings at Neuschwanstein. He mentioned the fable of a 'lost opera.' If there is some music that was lost, and if it IS related to the wolf paintings at Neuschwanstein, the piece may have involved a werewolf story! But to what end? 176 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. Georg says Wagner would never have agreed to write Ludwig a private opera, but Ludwig's letter to the conductor shows that the 'new opera' wasn't to be private. Why did Wagner keep it a secret at all? Could it be that Ludwig confided his secret torment to him, and that Wagner and he were conspiring together to use the opera somehow for healing? For revenge? Is this related to the sounds coming from the Singer's Hall? What were the king and the composer experimenting with? 177 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. One of the last things Wagner was working on was something with a Monsieur Beaujolais. In a letter dated September, 1881, they discussed acoustics, sound waves, and crystals. 178 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. On Wagner's desk at the time of his death was a diagram of the Wittelsbacher Theater in Munich -- one with every possible measurement taken. Accoustics? 179 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. Ludwig writes to Wagner June, 1881 in an excited state, asking him to come at once and in 'great secrecy.' He says he 'felt something' that night at a performance (a Wagner performance?). Felt what? Surely, he'd heard enough Wagner operas by then not to get THAT excited. 180 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. Wagner writes to Ludwig July, 1882 saying he and M. Beaujolais have finished the diagram. He says eight 'figures' are to be made from it and installed in the theater exactly according to the diagram. 181 62 0 1 2 Wagner museum. Wagner died on Ash Wednesday, 1883. 51 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, NOTEBOOK ENTRIES, ON LUDIWG BIO)Chaphill's bio. Ludwig had a hunting accident in 1872. 182 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, NOTEBOOK ENTRIES, ON LUDIWG BIO)Chaphill's bio. Ludwig's servant talks about him meeting someone new, someone called 'Louis' in 1864. 183 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, NOTEBOOK ENTRIES, ON LUDIWG BIO)Chaphill's bio. 'Louis' fell into disfavor in 1880. 184 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, FOR NOTEBOOK SUMMARY PAGE, THOUGHTFUL)If there's a pattern visible in any of this, it ought to show up here. 185 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, FOR NOTEBOOK SUMMARY PAGE, LOOK AT SUMMARY PAGE LATE IN CH 4)I think I'm starting to get the picture. Poor Ludwig.

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1 0 0 1 3 I realize you Americans hate titles, but people refer to me as Herr Doktor Klingmann here. Herr Doktor will also do. 1 0 0 2 3 I have a doctorate from Heidelberg University. My field is what you Americans call Animal Behaviorist. 2 0 0 1 3 I am. I'm quite well-known for my wolf research. 2 0 0 2 3 Yes. It's been very unsettling. 3 0 0 1 3 There is no Greg on staff. Do you mean Thomas? 3 0 0 2 3 I'm afraid this is not possible. We don't show our wolves to anyone. We must protect what privacy the creatures have. 4 0 0 1 3 That is yet to be proven. 4 0 0 2 3 Unfortunately, there are very few wild wolves left in Germany. Most were killed off by hunters decades ago. 4 0 0 3 3 A few remain in the Alps, but so close to a city like Munich? It's highly unlikely. 4 0 0 4 3 I'm afraid I'm as confused as anyone, Mr. Knight.

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0 0 2 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER INTERFACE THIS AND FOLLOWING)I already have a tape loaded in deck A. 0 0 5 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D)There's already a blank tape in deck B. 0 0 1 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D)There's no point in listenin' to a blank tape. 0 0 31 2 1 (TAPE RECORDER, TRY TO BACK UP OVER GOOD PART OF MSG)I like THAT part. I don't want to erase it. 0 0 19 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS, SLY)I think I'll need to voice some authority here. 0 0 20 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS, SLY)*I* have much authority at the zoo. I'll have to try somethin' else. 0 0 21 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS, SLY)It's gettin' there, but the man IS a bit uptight about formal address. 0 0 22 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS, SLY)Close. But I need to work on the syntax. 0 0 27 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS)Okay. The only missin'is the intented recipient of this fine hospitality. 0 0 28 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS, SYNTAX OFF IN SPLICE MSG)It's almost there, but the wordin' leave somethin' to be desired. 0 0 15 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS)First things first--I need to address my audience. 0 0 16 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS)I don't think Klingmann would believe a splice message from himself. 0 0 17 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS)I'm not sendin' the splice to myself. 0 0 18 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS)I'm not sure who GREG is. I wouldn't know how to get in touch with him if I did. 0 0 24 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS, SLY)Now it's time to shoot for the grand prize. 0 0 25 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS)That's a start, but I need to be more specific about what I want. 0 0 26 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS)That last part is close, but I need to reword it somehow. 0 0 7 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D)I've done enough splicin' off Klingmann's tape. 0 0 4 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D)I have to load a tape first. 0 0 30 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS, PLAYER COMPLETES SPLICE MSG, LOTS OF ARROGANCE)Bingo! 0 0 23 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D, HIT TRANSFER WITH NO MSG)I haven't built a splice message YET. 0 0 32 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER, TRY TO DO SPLICE ANYWHERE BUT FARM)Not a bad idea, but I should go somewhere more private first. 0 0 14 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D, TRY TO MAKE KLINGMANN SPLICE BUT DON'T HAVE ALL DIALGOUE YET)There's an idea. But I don't think I have quite enough source material from Klingmann yet. 0 0 12 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D--TRY TO BACK UP SPLICE TAPE WHEN TAPE IS EMPTY)I don't have anythin' loaded YET. 0 0 8 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D, TRY TO MAKE SPLICE OFF TAPE OTHER THAN KLINGMANN'S)I can't see any reason to make a splice off THAT tape. 0 0 11 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D, OVERRUN SPLICE TAPE AREA)It's gettin' a bit long-winded. I need to keep it short and sweet. 0 0 29 1 1 (SPLICE TAPE HINTS, PLAYER GETS ONE OF THE PARTS OF THE SPLICE MSG CORRECT)Yeah. That part'll work! 0 0 9 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D, THOUGHTFUL)If I'm gonna do a splice, I'll need TWO tapes loaded. 0 0 10 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D, THOUGHTFUL)If I'm gonna do a splice, I'll need a source tape in deck A. 0 0 6 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D)I don't want to overwrite what's on that tape. 0 0 3 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER CONT'D, HIT LOAD WITH NO TAPE SELECTED)I need to pick a tape first. 0 0 13 1 1 (TAPE RECORDER, TRY TO TRANSFER WRONG MSG, DRY)I DON'T think that's what I need.

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1 0 1 1 3 THE BEAST WITHIN is a fictional story. However, many of the settings and historical figures are based on real life. You can learn more about King Ludwig II of Bavaria and Richard Wagner at your local library. Historical dates and facts presented in this fictionalization are not necessarily accurate. 1 0 10 1 3 Game Designed and Written by

Jane Jensen 1 0 10 2 3 Producer and Project Manager

Sabine Duvall 1 0 10 3 3 Creative Director

Nathan Gams 1 0 10 4 3 Director

Will Binder 1 0 10 5 3 Art Designer

Darlou Gams 1 0 10 6 3 Artists

John Shroades Layne Gifford 1 0 10 7 3 Lead Programmer

Jerry Shaw 1 0 3 1 3 This entire work is copyright (c)1995 Sierra On-Line Inc. and contains technology described in U.S. Patent applications including 598,174 and 658,297 and 5,377,997 and 5,430,835 All Rights Reserved. 1 0 3 2 3 DOS/4GW Professional Protected Mode Run-time Copyright (c) 1990-1993 Rational System, Inc. 1 0 3 3 3 Data Compression Software Copyright (c) 1988-1992 Stac Electronics U.S. Patents Pending including 5,106,009. Other patents pending. 1 0 3 4 3 Universal VESA driver software library Portions copyright (c) 1993-1995 SciTech Software 1 0 6 1 3 Programmers

Jerome A. Shaw William R. Shockley Chris Carr Adam Bentley Steve Conrad Dave Artis Gary Kamigawachi Doug Oldfield Oliver A. Brelsford 1 0 6 2 3 Main Themes Composed by

Robert Holmes 1 0 6 3 3 Additional Music and Orchestration by

Jay Usher, Brian Min, Victor Crews 1 0 6 4 3 Opera Sequence

Composed by Robert Holmes Libretto by Jane Jensen Lyrics translated by Kai Brinkmann Additional arrangement by Jay Usher 1 0 7 1 3 Assistant Director

Gil A. Neuman 1 0 7 2 3 Director of Photography

Randall Littlejohn 1 0 7 3 3 Unit Production Manager

Dave L. Plaskett 1 0 7 4 3 Sound Engineer

Walter Andrews 1 0 7 5 3 Editor

Peter Lonsdale 1 0 7 6 3 Assistant Editor

Eric Friedman 1 0 7 7 3 Co-Producers

Gil A. Neuman, Dave L. Plaskett 1 0 7 8 3 Casting

Dan Parada / Montgomery & Parada 1 0 7 9 3 Costume Designer

Marcelle Gravel 1 0 7 10 3 Make-up

Cindy Jordan, Ed Butterworth

Hair Stylist

Cindy Jordan, Gil Tobon 1 0 7 11 3 Props

Alex Batlin, Layne Gifford 1 0 7 12 3 2nd Assistant Director

Karen Reznik 1 0 7 13 3 Animal Handlers

Steve Martin Wildlife 1 0 7 14 3 Production Assistant

Linda McConnell, Pall Grimsson 1 0 7 15 3 Lead Audio and Sound Effects

Rick Spurgeon Kelli Spurgeon 1 0 7 16 3 Audio Coordinator

Leslie S. Balfour 1 0 7 17 3 STUDIO

Studio Manager --- Bill Crow Lead Video/Ultimatte Engineer --- Bob Ballew Video Technicians --- Rob Koeppel,Ron Lawson Set Coordinator --- Craig Denny

1 0 7 18 3 Post Production Supervisor

Tony Hernandez 1 0 7 19 3 Post Production Coordinator

Ken Prugh 1 0 7 20 3 Digital Editing

Dana Moody Tim Loucks 1 0 7 21 3 Digital Compositing

Linda Lubkin 1 0 4 1 3 Video Processing

Darvin Atkeson Robin Bradley Jim Matson Paul Trowe 1 0 4 2 3 3D Werewolves modeled by

Brandee Prugh 1 0 4 3 3 3D Werewolves Animated by

Brandee Prugh Brian Judy 1 0 5 1 3 3D Animation

Richard Powell Linda Lubkin 1 0 5 2 3 Stock Footage Energy Productions' Timescape© Image Library 1 0 5 3 3 Audio Editors

Craig Denny Debbie Usher Paula Shilling Bob Ballew Bill Davis Jr. Scott Murphy Randall Littlejohn 1 0 5 4 3 Foley

Craig Denny Paula Shilling Debbie Usher Randall Littlejohn Bill Davis Jr. Kelli Spurgeon Rick Spurgeon Scott Murphy 1 0 5 5 3 Quality Assurance Lead and Designer's Assistant

Judy Crites 1 0 5 6 3 Configuration Testing Lead:

John Trauger 1 0 5 7 3 System Programmers

Larry Scott Ed Critchlow Dan Foy Terry McHenry Chris Smith Greg Tomko-Pavia Jay Lee Brick Baldwin Dave Artis Bryan Waters 1 0 2 1 3 Configuration Testing Team

Michael D. Jones Jillian Leonard John Cunney Steve Deckert Karen Austin Marsha McCarty John Ratcliffe Mike Pickhinke Leonard Salas Bill Davis Jr. Sharon Simmons Scott Howell Paul Trowe Michael Brosius Joe Carper Jon Meek Keith Landes Nathan Clark Jessica Bowman Ananda Linde 1 0 2 2 3 Beta Test & Coordination

Gary Brown Beth Quintana 1 0 2 3 3 Documentation

Writers --- Leslie Sayes Balfour, John Trauger Design and Production --- Lori Lucia 1 0 2 4 3 German Translations by

Oliver Kluge 1 0 2 5 3 Special Thanks to

Julia Wilson Claus Vester Bill Davis Karen Oleson Cyndi Wharton Linda Burns Beverly Lexvold Margie Walling Georgia Doolittle Jerry Bowerman Craig Alexander 1 0 2 6 3 Extras

Jennifer Holleson, Mike Pickhinke, Jack Beck Jason Casey, Lori Webb, Ivy Webb Monica Harkiewicz, George Pauls, James Tuck Rodney Parks, Michael Fennacy, Tere Cordua Robert Larka, Warren Pannett, Cindy Lee Richter Kach Hovanessian, Charles Kahn, Craig Alexander 1 0 12 1 3 The Cast

Gabriel Dean Erickson Grace Joanne Takahashi Ludwig II Russell Mitchell Von Glower Peter Lucas Von Zell Richard Raynesford 1 0 12 2 3 Klingmann Wolf Muser Preiss Clabe Hartley Von Aigner Clement v. Franckenstein Hennemann Edmund Shaff Gerde Andrea Martin

1 0 12 3 3 Werner Huber Kay Kuter Leber Nicholas Worth Ubergrau Frederick Solms Xavier Etan Boritzer Mrs. Smith Judith Drake Mr. Smith Bruce Morrow 1 0 12 4 3 Thomas (zoo boy) Gil A. Neumann Michael Hessel Christopher Shea Dorn Jack Orend Mayor Ernest Habermas Bert Hinchman Herr Dallmeier Michael Wilhelms Georg Immerding Brad Greenquist 1 0 12 5 3 Frau Miller (Lady at Herrencheimsee) Rosemarie Belden Officer Fink (police lobby) Ron House German newswoman Mary Stavin Head Chandelier Installer B.W. Wiff St. Georg Priest Karl Lienhof Cuckoo Clock Vender Zachary Charles Wurst Lady Patricia Coleman Claus Immerding Endre Hules 1 0 12 6 3 Engelhart Hans Tester Sepp Huber Wesley Mann Rittersberg Post Office Lady Brigitte Kozub Schloss Ritter workman Manfred Hofer Detta Melanie Good Statter Jed Curtis Frau Hogel (Ubergrau's Secretary) Diane Frank 1 0 12 7 3 Thomas Chaphill Chris Tennant Gabe fan (ch 2 opening movie) Royce Herron Butler (Von Glower's) Dave L. Plaskett Neuschwanstein Guards Chris Boylan, Gari Boylan Dr. Gudden Ross Evans Professor Barclay Stephen Stavast Young Von Glower Matthew Kalashian Von Glower's Mother Cathy Wilcox Paul the Usher Daniel Osers 1 0 12 8 3 Opera Performed by

Hildegunde --- Karen Oleson Baron --- Norman Smith Hildegunde's Parents --- David Bukey, Jacinta Koreski Lead Village --- Gino Lucchetti Blacksmith --- Brian Box Villagers --- Steve Kennedy, Erin Rogness, Dana Bogg, Daniel Blake, Rose E. Betz Zall Jugglers -- Greg Bennik, Jason Garfield, Robert Bailey

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1 62 0 1 2 (SCHLOSS RITTER EXT. CURIOUS)That must be Gabriel's car. I wonder where the keys are? 5 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CASTE. SARCASTIC)Schloss Ritter. Birthplace of Gabriel's genetic code. 2 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CAR)Gerde's being a real pig about those car keys. 3 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CAR AFTER GETTING KEYS)At least I have the car keys now. 6 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT CAR, CH 6)Gabriel won't be needing his car for a while. I don't think he'll mind if I use it. At least, not if I don't tell him. 4 0 0 1 3 Schloss Ritter: Exterior 7 62 1 1 12 (PICKUP FOR CH 1 OPENING MOVIE, SCREAMING IN TERROR TO WARN HER LITTLE GIRL, GERMAN)Wolf! 7 62 2 1 15 (PICKUP FOR PROLOGUE, TRYING TO FLEE BURNING VILLAGE, TO MISTRESS)Schnell! Die Kutsche wartet!

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2 62 0 1 2 (SCHLOSS RITTER MAIN HALL, LOOK AT FIREPLACE)I can just imagine the cozy nights spent by the fire in THIS room. 14 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LION HEAD, SARCASTIC)King of Beasts. That about sums it up. 15 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PORTRAITS)Ritter ancestors, I assume. 16 62 0 1 2 (CURIOUS, SLIGHTLY SARCASTIC AT END)I thought Gabriel said this place was stripped? Guess Gerde's been busy shopping with the new Ritter fortune. 17 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO GERDE--DIALOGUE DONE, STIFF)I don't have anything to say to her right now. 18 44 0 1 2 (CLICK ADDRESSED PACKAGE ON GERDE)I already have the address. 1 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON CHAIRS)I don't have time to sit around. Too much to do. 13 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON GERDE--DIALOGUE DONE, CH 4 & 6, FRIENDLY)I don't have anything to ask Gerde right now. 23 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CLICK ON GERDE'S EMPTY DESK CH 4--BEFORE SEEING GERDE AT CHURCH, SUSPICIOUS)I wonder what Gerde's up to? 24 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CLICK ON GERDE'S EMPTY DESK CH 4--AFTER SEEING GERDE AT CHURCH, SYMPATHETIC)Gerde's at the church. 25 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CLICK ON GERDE--DIALOGUE DONE, CH 6, ANXIOUS)Gerde's offered to help, but I can't think of anything she can do at the moment. 26 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, GENERIC RESPONSE FOR USING INVENTORY ON SOMEONE)I'm not sure why she'd want to see THAT. 27 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, GENERIC RESPONSE FOR USING INVENTORY ON SOMEONE)I don't think he'd be interested in that. 12 0 0 1 3 Schloss Ritter: Main Hall 5 3 0 1 3 Herself 6 3 0 1 3 Herself 3 3 0 1 3 Gabriel 4 3 0 1 3 Gabriel 8 3 0 1 3 Gabriel's research 9 3 0 1 3 Gabriel's research 10 3 0 1 3 Gabriel's research 7 3 0 1 3 Car keys 11 3 0 1 3 Locked door 19 3 0 1 3 Gabriel 20 3 0 1 3 Special Permit 22 3 0 1 3 Silver Heart

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16 62 0 1 2 (SCHLOSS RITTER LIBRARY, CLICK ON BOOKS IN CH 6)I think the time for research has passed. 17 62 0 1 2 (CH 6, WORRIEDLY)I don't have time for that today. 26 62 0 1 2 (CH6 - CLICK ANY OF GABE'S LETTERS TO GRACE ON PHONE)Gabriel's in the dungeon. It doesn't have a phone. 18 62 0 1 2 (CH 6, LOOK AT MANUSCRIPT, SAD AT FIRST, THEN WRY)I wonder if Gabriel will ever write again? (SIGH) We can only hope not. 6 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON SCHATTENJAGER BOOKS AFTER GETTING BOTH JOURNALS)I'm not sure what other casebooks would be relevant. 21 62 0 1 2 (CH 2 TRY TO WRITE LETTER BEFORE END OF CH, WRY)I'm not quite ready to write the big hero yet. 22 62 0 1 2 (DOUBTFUL)I don't know who else to write. 23 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO LOOK AT GABE'S MANUSCRIPT 2CD TIME, SARCASTIC)It wasn't worth picking up the FIRST time. 7 62 0 1 2 (SARCASTIC)I suppose in the next Blake Backlash book, good ole 'Fujitsu' will be replaced by 'Hildegard.' 8 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PHONE)Who should I call? 25 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ANY OF GABE'S LETTERS TO GRACE ON PHONE - CH2-4)I don't have a phone number for Gabriel. I don't even know where he's staying. 9 6 0 1 2 I don't need to call Professor Barclay right now. 19 62 0 1 2 (NOT VERY INTERESTED)Biographys. Looks like they're mostly about Germans. 24 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT BIOGRAPHY SECTION AFTER GETTING LUDWIG BIO)Nothing else I can use in the biography section. 27 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT OCCULT SECTION AFTER GETTING LUDWIG BIO)There's nothing else on werewolves in the occult section. 1 62 0 1 2 (CH 4, COMPETITIVE)I'll write to Gabriel ... soon as I have enough info to blow HIS little investigation out of the water. 2 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)I should get a letter off to Gabriel. I need to include a note to Ubergrau about the research permit. 3 6 0 1 2 (CONFIDENT)Professor Barclay will call when he finds out something. 4 6 0 1 2 I don't want to bother Professor Barclay again. 5 81 0 1 2 (TRY TO CALL DALLMEIER AGAIN)I already have an appointment with Herr Dallmeier. 10 81 0 1 2 I don't have any thing to talk to Herr Dallmeier about at the moment. 12 80 0 1 2 (HESITANT)I'm not sure why I'd want to call the biography's publisher. 13 80 0 1 2 There's no reason to call the publisher again. 14 82 0 1 2 (FRUSTRATED)I don't think pleading with Mr. Chaphill will help. 15 82 0 1 2 (TRY TO CALL CHAPHILL AGAIN)I don't think Mr. Chaphill wants to hear from me again. 28 96 0 1 2 (PICKUP, TRY TO CALL OR WRITE VON GLOWER CH 6, UPSET)What could I possibly SAY to von Glower that would make any difference now? 20 0 0 1 3 Schloss Ritter: Library

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16 62 0 1 2 (SCHLOSS RITTER GABE'S BEDROOM, BUSY)I don't have time to put the rest of the sheets on the bed. 1 62 0 1 2 (LOOKING AT LIBRARY DOOR, FRUSTRATED)It's locked. 2 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SUITCASE)I've had that suitcase packed for months! 21 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WINDOW)Nice view of the Alps. 22 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LION ABOVE GABE'S BED)Like the lion on the Ritter talisman. Interesting. 23 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SHRANK, DISINTERESTED)Nice closet. 24 62 0 1 2 (DON'T PICK UP)Ritter ancestors, I assume? 3 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT GABE'S BED)Pretty comfortable -- even if HE'S slept in it. 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT HOLE IN FIREPLACE WALL, CURIOUS)What IS that? 25 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, CH 6 CLICK ON GABE'S SHRANK OR SECRET PASSAGE, ANXIOUS)There's nothing in the secret passage that can help me now. 26 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, CH 2, LOOKING AT SECRET PASSAGEWAY TRIGGER BEFORE KNOWING WHAT IT DOES, CURIOUS)There's a hole in the mortar where a stone used to be. 27 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, CH 2, LOOKING AT SECRET PASSAGEWAY TRIGGER AFTER KNOWING WHAT IT DOES)That hole is a trigger for the secret passageway. 28 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, CH 2, USE SCREWDRIVER ON HOLE AGAIN BEFORE FINDING SECRET PASSAGEWAY)I should figure out what happened the FIRST time before I do it again. 29 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, CH 2, TRY TO TAKE ANYTHING FROM TOOLBOX EXCEPT FOR SCREWDRIVER)I don't think I need that. 30 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, CH 2, TRY TO TALK TO THE WORKMAN AFTER THE FIRST TIME)He doesn't need my help. 20 0 0 1 3 Schloss Ritter: Gabriel's Bedroom

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1 62 0 1 2 (SCHLOSS RITTER GERDE'S BEDROOM, NERVOUS)I can't go out that way. I don't want Gerde to know I'm in here. 2 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WOLFGANG PHOTO, NOT GETTING IT YET)That must be Wolfgang. Something to remember him by, I guess. 3 62 0 1 2 (VERY SARCASTIC)Gerde's clothes. Isn't she just as cute as a button? 4 0 0 1 3 Schloss Ritter: Gerde's Bedroom

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8 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP OF LINE FROM SCRIPT--FIRST EXIT TO EXTERIOR FROM PASSAGEWAY, SARCASTIC)An emergency exit. I guess that makes sense, if you're fighting the legions of darkness 1 62 0 1 2 (SCHLOSS RITTER SECRET PASSAGE, SLIGHTLY SUSPICIOUS)Now I wonder where this goes? 2 62 0 1 2 (DOUBTFUL)I don't want to go back in Gerde's bedroom. She might catch me in there. 9 62 0 1 2 An emergency exit. I guess that makes senese if you're fighting the legions of darkness. 3 62 0 1 2 (SARCASTIC, JEALOUS)How convenient. When the 'lord of the manor' is slipping through the passageway to his amorous adventures, he can pick up a few flowers. 4 62 1 1 2 (A LITTLE ASHAMED OF HERSELF)Guess I was wrong about those roses. 4 62 2 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL - THINKING OF A USE FOR THEM)Those wild roses are pretty. 5 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON ROSES - CH4 - AFTER TAKING ROSES)I'll leave the other roses on the bush. 10 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO WALK AROUND SIDE OF CASTLE)I think it'd be quicker to go back the way I came. 11 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SIDE POV OF CASTLE)The castle looks huge from here! They've got more rooms left to restore than I thought! 7 0 0 1 3 Schloss Ritter: Passageway

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14 0 0 1 3 Grossberg's contact Dorn 12 0 0 1 3 Huber Farm 15 0 0 1 3 Grossberg's Office 21 0 0 1 3 Blinking locations have outstanding tasks necessary to end the chapter. 16 0 0 1 3 Biology Lab 18 0 0 1 3 Marienplatz 1 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO LEBER'S OFFICE AFTER TRICKING HIM, SLY AT END)I don't want to talk to Leber. Besides, he's probably out looking for 'The Friendly Wanderer' club. 2 62 0 1 1 (AFTER DETTA SCENE)Just thinking about von Glower's place gives me a hang-over. I'll see him this afternoon. 5 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO POLICE STATION AFTER CH 3 CLUB MTG STARTS)The police station is closed. 6 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO ZOO AFTER CH 3 CLUB MTG STARTS)It's past the zoo's closing time. 7 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO VON GLOWERS HOUSE AFTER FINISHED DIALOGUE)I don't want to bother the Baron again. 8 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO VON GLOWER'S HOUSE AFTER CH 3 CLUB MTG STARTS)Von Glower's at the club. 9 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO RETURN TO POLICE STATION AFTER FINK, CH 1)No point in goin' back in there at the moment. I can't even try to talk my way in. 11 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO RETURN TO LAB AFTER FINISHED)I don't need to do anythin' else at the lab. 20 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO RETURN TO FARM CH 5)I don't need to go back to the Huber's place right now. 22 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO RETURN TO POLICE STATION AFTER FINK, CH 1)No point in goin' back in there at the moment. 17 0 0 1 3 Police Station 10 0 0 1 3 Munich Map 19 0 0 1 3 Von Glower's House 13 0 0 1 3 Zoo

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6 62 0 1 3 Stationary 13 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO WRITE TO GRACE, CH 5)I don't want to write to Gracie. If she knew about the huntin' trip, she'd REALLY freak. 34 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO CALL GROSSBERG'S NBR CH 3 BEFORE FINISHING DIALOGUE WITH LEBER)I need to make sure I've gleaned everythin' I can from Leber before I try that. 1 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING AT NEWSPAPER CH 1)I can't read much of it, but they give the name of the zoo --it's in Thalkirchen. The name of the Detective on the case is Leber, from the police station near Prinzregentenplatz. 21 62 0 1 1 (READING FRAU HUBER'S NOTE)Herr Knight. The keys for the car are by the door. It is better not to drive inside Munich. Drive road 96 to Lochham. Park the car and take the U-bahn from there. Thank you for helping us. Frau Huber. 22 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO WRITE TO GRACE AGAIN CH 1)I already wrote one letter to Gracie. Don't want to give the poor girl a heart attack! 23 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING AT CRUCIFIX HUBER FARM, DRY)I take it the Huber's are Catholic. 24 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON DOOR TO BACK ROOMS)I don't think the Huber's want me in their private bedrooms. 25 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT CHINA CAB. AT HUBER FARM)China. How homey. 27 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO WRITE TO GRACE CH 3 BEFORE IT'S TIME)I don't have anythin' to write about at the moment. 28 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO WRITE TO GRACE AGAIN IN CH 3 AFTER ALREADY WRITING HER ABOUT LUDWIG)I don't want to distract Gracie from her "Ludwig" research with another letter. 2 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO USE PHONE)Who should I call? 3 0 0 1 1 (USE GRACE LETTER ON PHONE)I don't need to call Gracie. 4 7 0 1 1 (USE UBERGRAU LETTER ON PHONE)I could call šbergrau, but I'd rather just go over there. 5 62 0 1 1 (READING BACK OF KLINGMANN'S RECEIPT IN MIRROR)Die K”niglich-Bayrische Hofjagdloge. Fifty-four Dienerstrasse. 11 62 0 1 1 (READING NEWSPAPER CH 3)It looks like there's been another wolf killing. And this one occurred last night in downtown Munich! 12 47 0 1 1 (TRY TO CALL GROSSBERG ASSISTANT AFTER FIRST TIME)I don't think there's much more to be gained from Grossberg's assistant. 20 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING IN DUFFEL BAG)I don't need anythin' else right now. 26 62 0 1 3 Gabriel splices a tape containing key words from his conversation with Dr. Klingmann 14 0 0 1 3 Huber Farm Interior 33 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, CH 3 WRITING TO GRACIE--PICKUP FOR AUDIO PROBLEM)I'd better make sure Gracie keeps busy ... elsewhere.

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11 62 0 1 1 (HUBER FARM EXT, LOOK AT SPY AREA AFTER WOLF MOVIE CH 3)Something's been here again. 12 62 0 1 1 (FIND NEW HAIR IN SPY AREA AFTER CH 3 WOLF MOVIE)That's odd. I thought I picked up everthing a few days ago. 13 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO PICK UP NEW HAIR AFTER CH 3 WOLF MOVIE)I don't think there's any point testing this stuff -- it looks the same as the other hair to me. 14 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING AT FARM HOUSE)The Huber's have a nice set-up here. A bit domesticated for my tastes, but ... nice. 15 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING AT LADDER)I s'pose that's for tendin' those window boxes. 16 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT TROUGH)It's a water trough. Grounds a bit muddy over here. 17 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WOODS HUBER FARM)These woods go back aways. Plenty of space to hide. 1 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT HUBER CAR)I was hoping for a Mercedes, but it'll have to do. 2 62 0 1 1 (FINDS SPY AREA AT HUBER FARM CH 1)Hold on. What's this? 3 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING CLOSER AT SPY AREA CH 1)Something's been here. Maybe the thing that killed Huber's daughter. 18 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT MUD AROUND PRINT CH 1)The mud's dryin' up. It must have been worse the night this print was made. 8 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT PAW PRINT IN MUD CH 1)That paw print is as big as my hand! 26 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, LOOK AT HOLE WHERE PAW PRINT USED TO BE AFTER MAKING CAST)That's where I made the cast of the paw print. 5 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT CEMENT BAG)I could be wrong, but I think this bag contains cement. Schnell? Quick? 'Quick drying cement?' 6 62 0 1 1 (DOESN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH CEMENT YET)Well. That's useful. 20 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT BUCKET IN BARN WALL VIEW)A metal pail. 19 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GET CEMENT AFTER MAKING CAST)Don't think I need any more cement. 7 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING IN GARBAGE CAN)Nothing of interest in there. 24 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO ENTER FARMHOUSE WHILE CARRYING CEMENT PAIL)I don't want to take this cement in there. It'd make a mess. 25 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO CLICK ON CAR OR OTHER ITEMS WHILE CARRYING CEMENT PAIL)I don't want to use cement on THAT. 9 0 0 1 3 Huber Farm Exterior

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7 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO KLINGMANN'S OFFICE CH 5)Klingmann's office is locked. Maybe I'll see him at the huntin' lodge. 22 62 0 1 1 (READING ADMIN SIGN BEFORE TALKING TO THOMAS)I'm not sure what it says, but it's not the exit. Exit is 'ausgang' -- it's one of the few words I DO know. 23 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT ADMIN SIGN)According to Thomas, that sign points out the Administration area. 24 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT ADMIN SIGN)Zoo administration. 25 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT PATH TO KENNEL)Looks like that path goes into the kennel. Don't think I'd get too far on my own, though. 26 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT KENNEL PATH AFTER SEEING MARGARITE)No way. I've had enough of those wolves, thanks. 1 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO KLINGMANN'S OFFICE CH 3)Klingmann's office is locked. 27 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO THOMAS WITH NO DIALOGUE LEFT)I can't think of anything else to ask. 2 62 0 1 1 (READING SIGN, THOUGHTFUL)CANIS LUPUS LUPUS, European Wolf. 8 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WOLVES, THINKING OF A PLAN)Hmmm. If I could get some wolf hair, I could compare it with the hair from the farm. 4 62 0 1 1 (FRUSTRATED)I'd really like to get a closer look at one of those wolves. 5 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WOLVES)They don't LOOK dangerous. 18 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO KENNEL BEFORE SPLICE TAPE PUZZLE)I don't think the public's allowed in there. 19 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO TO KENNEL AFTER SEEING MARGARITE)Don't think I need to get back there again. 20 62 0 1 1 (THOUGHTFUL)That must be the entrance to the wolf habitat. 6 62 0 1 1 (O.S. TO THOMAS, WITH WOLF MARGARITE)She's wearing a tag. 6 62 0 2 4 (O.S. STILL LOW)All the zoo wolves wear them. 17 0 0 1 3 Zoologischer Garten Mnchen: Kennels 9 3 0 1 3 Himself 10 3 0 1 3 Himself 12 3 0 1 3 Wolves 13 3 0 1 3 Missing Wolves 14 3 0 1 3 How did the wolves get out? 15 3 0 1 3 What do you think about the wolves killing people? 16 3 0 1 3 What did the wolves look like? 11 3 0 1 3 Doktor Klingmann

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13 62 0 1 1 (KLINGMANN'S OFFICE, THOUGHTFUL)Herr Doktor's coat. 17 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON COAT AFTER GETTING RECEIPT)I don't think there's anythin' else in there. 14 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON KLINGMANN--DIALOGUE DONE)Can't think of what else to ask him. 2 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW KLINGMANN HAIR FROM FARM)Hmmm. I'd rather ask someone who's not involved. This guy's a little too close to the fire not to be reflectin' heat. 15 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT DOOR IN KLINGMANN'S OFFICE)Looks like office equipment back there. 16 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT DOOR IN KLINGMANN'S OFFICE)Klingmann's back there. 18 62 0 1 1 (NEW PICKUP, CLICK ON CHAIR--KLINGMANN OUT OF OFFICE)No point in sittin' with Herr Doktor out of the room. 19 62 0 1 1 (NEW PICKUP, LOOK AT WOLF POSTERS IN KLINGMANN'S OFFICE)Yeah. The Doc's definitely got a thing for wolves. 20 62 0 1 1 (NEW PICKUP, CLICK ON BOOK CASE--KLINGMANN OUT OF THE ROOM, SEARCHING ROOM SO A BIT ANXIOUS)I don't see anythin' in the book case but German textbooks. 1 62 0 1 1 (SLY, THOUGHTFUL)A walkie-talkie. Didn't Thomas have one like that? 12 0 0 1 3 Zoologischer Garten Mnchen: Klingmann's Office 3 3 0 1 3 Himself 4 3 0 1 3 Himself 5 3 0 1 3 Research 6 3 0 1 3 Wolves 7 3 0 1 3 Missing Wolves 8 3 0 1 3 How long have the wolves been missing? 9 3 0 1 3 Do you think the Zoo wolves are responsible for the mutilation killings? 10 3 0 1 3 Why would the wolves kill humans? 11 3 0 1 3 How does a wolf choose its victims?

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1 14 0 1 1 (USE WALLET ON DORN)I don't have anything LIKE 14,000 D.M. in my wallet. 2 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO GIVE DORN SOMETHING OTHER THAN MONEY)I don't think he'll take a trade. 3 0 0 1 3 Exotic Animal Kennel: Exterior

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3 20 0 1 1 (DORN'S PLACE, INT. TRY TO GIVE WOLF TAGS TO DORN)The sleezebag lost them. I'm not about to give 'em back. 20 62 0 1 3 (CLICK ON DORN--ALL DIALGOUE EXHAUSTED, SCORNFUL)I think I've said all I care to to Mr. Dorn. 4 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON LARGE CAT IN CAGE)I think I'll leave the cat alone. 5 62 1 1 1 (LOOK AT DORN'S ANIMALS)These animals are filthy. hungry too. I'd like to put Dorn in one of these cages - and leave him there. 5 62 2 1 1 (LOOK AT ANIMALS AGAIN, ANGRY)If I ever solve this case, I'll sick Leber on this guy. 8 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GET IN CAGE)It's a nice cage, but I'm not sure I wanna stick my hand in it. 9 62 0 1 1 That cat is just WAITING for me to stick my arm in there again. 10 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO GIVE CAT SOMETHING OTHER THAN WURST)I don't think "Morris" would be interested in that. 11 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT TAGS -- CAN'T GET PAST CAT)There's something in there, but I can't tell what it is. 13 0 0 1 3 Exotic Animal Kennel 14 3 0 1 3 What kind of exotics did you get for Grossberg? 15 3 0 1 3 Did Grossberg harvest the furs or did you? 16 3 0 1 3 Did you talk to Grossberg before he died? 17 3 0 1 3 How did the 'export' go? 18 3 0 1 3 Where did the exports end up? 19 3 0 1 3 Can I see where you kept the wolves?

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2 62 0 1 1 (BIO LAB. TRY TO TALK TO MICHAEL WITHOUT SHOWING EVIDENCE)I need to show him what I've got. 4 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT SINK AT BIO LAB)Reminds me of Biology classes. 'Cept I never TOOK biology classes. 5 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT KIDNEY-SHAPED METAL PAN ON BIO LAB TABLE, DRY)Looks like a good hot-dog roaster. 6 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT CABINETS AT BIO LAB)Just looks like medical stuff to me. I HATE that kinda crap. Yeech! 1 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW MICHAEL SOMETHING OTHER THAN HAIR OR PRINT)I don't think I need Michael to analyze THAT. 7 0 0 1 1 (CLICK ON MICHAEL AFTER SHOWING HIM EVERYTHING)I don't know what else to show him.

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1 0 0 1 6 (LOUDLY, FAKE, O.S.)I'm just going back in my office now. In a minute, I'm going back in there. 1 0 0 2 1 (LEAVING OFFICE AFTER TELLING LEBER THE CLUB WAS 'THE FRIENDLY WANDERERS')Sucker. 2 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO LEAVE OFFICE WITH GROSSBERG'S PAPERS ON DESK)If I leave now, I'll never get another look at those papers. 32 0 0 1 1 (PREOCCUPIED)I don't want to discuss anythin' heavy 'til I've picked up my tape recorder. 3 18 0 1 1 (TRY TO PLAY VON ZELL TAPE FOR LEBER BEFORE HAVING IT TRANSLATED)I'd better figure out what that tape SAYS first. 6 18 0 1 1 (TRY TO PLAY VON ZELL TAPE FOR LEBER BEFORE ASKING FOR GROSSBERG'S PAPERS)I COULD share that with Leber, but I'm not sure what it would buy me at the moment. 4 18 0 1 1 (TRY TO PLAY VON ZELL TAPE FOR LEBER AGAIN)He was convinced the first time. 5 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON GROSSBERG'S PAPERS AFTER GETTING DORN INFO)I've got everything I need. 26 62 0 1 1 (READING DORN'S ACCOUNT INFO)'Exports.' 'Exotics.' That sounds a bit fishy. 8 62 0 1 1 (THOUGHTFUL)Grossberg. Didn't Leber say that was the name of the guy who was killed last night? 33 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT GROSSBERG'S NAME AND NUMBER ON MAP--AFTER WRITING IT DOWN)The latest victim's name and number. 34 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO WRITE DOWN GROSSBERG'S NAME AND NUMBER AGAIN)I already wrote it down. 37 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO LOOK AT MAP IN LEBER'S OFFICE, CH 5)I'm sure nothin's changed since the last time I looked at the map. 7 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING AT CRIME LOCATION MAP, STUBBORN)I still say that the one in the middle is different. 35 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT BULLETIN BOARD BEHIND LEBER)Probably nothin' of interest back there. Besides, I can't see past the Komissar's big head. 36 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT FILING CABINET IN LEBER'S OFFICE)At least he's neater than Detective Mosely. 41 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, LOOK AT GROSSBERG'S NAME BEFORE TALKING TO LEBER)Grossberg. Wonder who that is. 42 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY THE NOTE BOOK ON GROSSBERG'S NAME BEFORE TALKING TO LEBER)I'm not even sure why I'd want to write that down. 31 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO LEBER--DIALOGUE DONE)I don't have any more questions for the Kommisar. 38 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO SHOW LEBER AN INVENTORY ITEM)I not sure why I'd want to show him that. 39 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO TALK TO LEBER WHEN YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO PLAY VON ZELL TAPE)He's bein' pretty stubborn about those ledgers. I've got a feelin' I won't be able to just talk my way past this one. 40 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO SHOW OTHER ITEMS TO LEBER WHEN YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO PLAY VON ZELL TAPE)I don't think THAT would impress Leber. 40 59 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO KLINGMANN'S RECEIPT TO LEBER WHEN YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO PLAY VON ZELL TAPE)That receipt's not much proof of anythin' by itself. 25 3 0 1 3 The Killer 24 3 0 1 3 Downtown Killing 9 0 0 1 3 Leber's Office 10 3 0 1 3 Himself 11 3 0 1 3 Other Victims 12 3 0 1 3 How many victims have there been? 13 3 0 1 3 When were the other victims killed? 14 3 0 1 3 Is there a pattern to the locations of the killings? 15 3 0 1 3 What's the exact cause of death? 16 3 0 1 3 What does forensics say about the killer? 17 3 0 1 3 Have you considered werewolfry? 18 3 0 1 3 The killer isn't one of the Zoo wolves, is it? 19 3 0 1 3 You believe only one animal is responsible? 20 3 0 1 3 Have any theories about why the killer struck downtown this time? 21 3 0 1 3 Tell me about the latest victim. 22 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 23 3 0 1 3 Missing Persons Cases 27 3 0 1 3 Case Status 28 3 0 1 3 Case Status 29 3 0 1 3 Grossberg's Account Book 30 3 0 1 3 Grossberg's Account Book

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4 62 0 1 3 ***TAKE OUT THIS MSG 6 62 0 1 1 (PICUP, LOOK AT MASK VON GLOWER'S HOUSE, TO VON GLOWER)Interestin'. Is it African? 6 62 0 2 7 (PICKUP, RESPONDING TO GABE'S QUESTION ABOUT MASK IN VON GLOWER'S HOUSE)No. Indian. I picked it up in Brazil. 6 62 0 3 1 (PICKUP, RESPONDING TO INFO ON MASK)Huh. 2 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, VON GLOWER'S HOUSE. LOOKING AT MASK SECOND TIME)Von Glower says it's Indian. 5 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO VON GLOWER -- DIALOGUE DONE)I'm not sure what else to say. 7 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO SHOW INVENTORY TO VON GLOWER AT HIS HOUSE)I don't think the Baron would be interested in my stuff. 21 3 0 1 3 Himself 3 0 0 1 3 Von Glower's House 12 3 0 1 3 Where are you from? 13 3 0 1 3 What brought you to Munich? 14 3 0 1 3 Tell me about your family. 10 3 0 1 3 The Club 11 3 0 1 3 Club Members 15 3 0 1 3 Club Members 16 3 0 1 3 Club Basement 17 3 0 1 3 Club Philosophy 18 3 0 1 3 Club Philosophy 19 3 0 1 3 Club Philosophy 20 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf

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12 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WURST BOOTH SIGN)"Hackfleish." That sounds yummy. 13 62 0 1 1 Weiss Wurst. Six Marks. 14 14 0 1 1 (TRY TO GET WURST, CH 1 OR 3)I'm not much in the mood for white sausage at the moment. 15 14 0 1 1 (TRY TO GET WURST--ALREADY GOT SOME)I already have some wurst. 16 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WURST AT BOOTH, SARCASTIC)White sausage. Yum. 17 62 0 1 3 2 62 0 1 3 18 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING AT WURST BOOTH)Blood sausage, head cheese, pork innards ... Mmmm Mmmm! 19 14 0 1 1 (TRY TO BUY SOMETHING GROSS AT WURST BOOTH)I really think I'll have to pass on that. 35 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO SHOW ITEM TO WURST LADY)I don't think I want to show her THAT. 3 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO WURST LADY)I don't think she speaks much English. Besides, she only wants to talk about white sausages. 37 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO WURST LADY)I don't think she speaks much English. 21 14 0 1 1 (TRY TO GIVE MONEY TO WURST LADY)I'd need to pick my poison first. 20 14 0 1 1 (TRY TO BUY MEAT CH 1 OR 3)I'm not much in the mood for meat at the moment. 22 14 0 1 1 (TRY TO BUY MEAT AFTER BUYING WURST)I've got plenty of meat already, thanks. 11 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT SIGN AT UBERGRAU'S BUILDING, VAIN)šbergrau, Hoffen & Schnell. My family lawyers. 33 62 0 1 1 (PICK UP, LOOK AT UBERGRAU'S BUILDING BEFORE YOU KNOW UBERGRAU'S ADDRESS CH 1)It's just an office building. 23 62 0 1 1 (LOOK IN BOOK SHOP WINDOW)Lots of Neitze and Kant. I don't understand that stuff even when it's in ENGLISH. 24 62 0 1 1 (LOOK IN JEWELRY SHOP WINDOW)Swiss and German watches. 25 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO BUY WATCH IN SHOP WINDOW, DRY AT END)I'd buy one, but I can't stand anythin' on my wrist. I have a similar problem with wedding rings. 26 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO PEDESTRIANS)I'd give it a shot, but I don't speak the language. 26 62 0 2 1 (TRY TO TALK TO PEDESTRIANS)They're busy. 26 62 0 3 1 (TRY TO TALK TO PEDESTRIANS)Germans. Always in a hurry. 30 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT DRAGON GARGOYLE IN MARIENPLATZ, OMINOUS)Looks like this isn't the first time there's been a shadow over Munich. 31 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT GLOCKENSPEIL IN MARIENPLATZ)That must be the famous Munich Glockenspiel. 1 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT MARY STATUE MARIENPLATZ, SOFT)She almost seems to be watching me. 27 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT CLOCK SHOP WINDOW)Cuckoo Clocks. 28 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO ENTER CLOCK SHOP CH 1)Maybe later. I've got other things on my mind at the moment. 29 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT RATHAUS MARIENPLATZ)Rathaus. That's a town hall. Rittersberg has one, too. 34 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, CH 5 CLICK ON CUCKOO CLOCK SHOP, DARK)Don't think I have time for any more shoppin' today. 4 62 0 1 1 (PICK UP, TRY TO TALK TO CLOCK VENDOR, WRY)He doesn't strike me as a sparklin' conversationalist. 5 17 0 1 1 (TRY TO GIVE MONEY TO CLOCK VENDOR)I'd rather pick somethin' out first. 6 38 0 1 1 (TRY TO BUY SECOND CLOCK)One cuckoo clock is PLENTY. 7 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WOODPECKER CLOCK ON COUNTER)Never know when you'll need another... oh, never mind. 8 62 0 1 1 (A RARE MOMENT OF THOUGHTFULNESS)Authentic Black Forest Cuckoo Clocks. Maybe Gracie would like one for her shop redecoration. 36 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO BUY CLOCK OTHER THAN CUCKOO CLOCK IN CLOCK SHOP)Hmmm. I'm not crazy about that one. 9 62 0 1 3 38 62 0 1 1 Ubergrau's office is locked. 32 0 0 1 3 Cuckoo Clock Shop 10 0 0 1 3 Marienplatz

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1 62 0 1 1 (DIENERSTRASSE, TRY TO ENTER POST OFFICE)What should I mail? 5 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT POST OFFICE SIGN)It's a post office. 7 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ONE OF THE LETTERS *TO* GABRIEL ON POST OFFICE)No point in mailin' it back to myself. 8 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ANY NON-LETTER INVENTORY ITEM ON POST OFFICE)No point in mailin' THAT. 6 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT HUNT CLUB SIGN)54 Dienerstrasse. 9 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, FOR HUNT CLUB BEFORE YOU READ ADDRESS ON RECEIPT)Just more buildin's down this way. 10 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, FOR DIENERSTRASSE TRASH CANS CH 1)Even their TRASH cans are clean in this city. 2 62 0 1 1 (SEES CRIME SCENE CROWD)What's goin' on? 3 62 0 1 1 (SLIGHTLY ANNOYED)The police won't let me do any investigatin' at the crime scene. I'll have to wait and talk to Leber. 4 0 0 1 3 Dienerstrasse

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2 62 0 1 1 (UBERGRAU'S OFFICE, PREOCCUPIED)I don't want to discuss anythin' heavy 'til I've picked up my tape recorder. 3 0 0 1 1 (USE DORN'S ACCOUNT BOOK PAGE ON UBERGRAU)I don't think Harry could make any more sense of Grossberg's notations than I can. 4 19 0 1 1 (TRY TO PLAY VON ZELL TAPE WITH UBERGRAU A SECOND TIME)Harry nearly had a heart attack the FIRST time. 22 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO UBERGRAU--DIALOGUE DONE)I don't have anything else to say right now. 1 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW HAIR SAMPLES TO UBERGRAU)He MIGHT know someone who can help me out. I'll have to ask him about it. 23 62 0 1 9 (PICK UP ON VON ZELL AND VON AIGNER'S CONVERSATION, UPSET)Herr Knight fragte mich, ob ich Grossberg kenne. 15 0 0 1 3 šbergrau's Office 16 3 0 1 3 Ludwig II 17 3 0 1 3 Ludwig II 18 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 19 3 0 1 3 Missing Persons 20 3 0 1 3 Missing Persons 21 3 0 1 3 Getting Cash 5 3 0 1 3 Himself 6 3 0 1 3 Munich 7 3 0 1 3 Ritter Estate 8 3 0 1 3 Mutilation Killings 9 3 0 1 3 Sample Analysis 10 3 0 1 3 Jagdschein 11 3 0 1 3 Ritter Family Papers 14 3 0 1 3 Die K”niglich-Bayrische Hofjagdloge

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27 0 0 1 3 54 Dienerstrasse 5 0 0 1 1 (HUNT CLUB. CLICK ON XAVER CH 5, DRY)I'm not in the mood to communicate with the dead today. 24 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO XAVER CH 3 ALL DIALOGUE IS DONE, DRY)I think I've pumped that particular well dry. 25 0 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO TALK TO XAVER CH 3 CLUB MTG HAS STARTED)There're more interestin' people to talk to in the back. 26 0 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO TALK TO XAVER CH 3 PREISS TIME FRAME)It's gettin' a bit late in the day to pick on Xaver. He's probably all asweat waitin' for the boys to arrive. 1 62 0 1 1 (LOOK PAST XAVER BEFORE GETTING IN, CH 1)I wouldn't mind going back there, but SOMEBODY'S blockin' the way. 9 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON XAVER DURING 'SHOW PAPERS' TIME CH 1)He's bein' pretty stubborn about that proof of heritage stuff. 3 8 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW TALISMAN TO XAVER)This guy wouldn't know anything about the talisman. 4 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW XAVER SOMETHING ELSE)That wouldn't impress this guy. 7 62 0 1 1 (CLICK SOMEWHERE OTHER THAN KEYS IN XAVERS DRAWER)Nothin' there I need. 8 39 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW XAVER HIS OWN KEYS)That probably wouldn't be a great idea. 16 0 0 1 3 Hunt Club: Front Hall 10 3 0 1 3 Are you in the market for a taxidermist? 11 3 0 1 3 Do you know Herr Doktor Klingmann? 12 3 0 1 3 What kind of place is this? 13 3 0 1 3 I'm an avid hunter. 14 3 0 1 3 I am a member of a prominent German family. 15 3 0 1 3 I tell you, I am a Ritter of Rittersberg. 17 3 0 1 3 The Club 18 3 0 1 3 How long has the club been around? 19 3 0 1 3 What happened in 1970? 20 3 0 1 3 How many members are there? 21 3 0 1 3 How often do the club members go hunting? 22 3 0 1 3 Club Members 23 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf

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5 62 0 1 1 (HUNT CLUB MAIN HALL. TRY TO TAKE MAGAZINE)I'll leave the magazines here. 1 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO VON AIGNER/HENNEMENN AFTER DONE WITH DIALOGUE)I've already bonded with those two. 2 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO VON GLOWER AND PREISS AFTER FIRST TIME)They're busy. 3 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO VON ZELL/KLINGMANN AFTER PLANTING TAPE RECORDER)I don't want to bother them now. I WANT them to keep talking. 38 62 0 1 1 (PICKUKP, TRY TO TALK TO VON ZELL/KLINGMANN AFTER PICKING UP MAGAZINE AND BEFORE PLANTING TAPE RECORDER)It IS a hoot to pester them, but I'm kinda runnin' out of reasons. Maybe I should wait until I have somethin' meaningful to say. 39 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO USE TAPE RECORDER ON )I don't think THEY'RE sayin' anythin' worth recording. 4 40 0 1 1 (CLICK TAPE RECORDER ON VON ZELL/KLINGMANN WITHOUT HIDING IT IN MAGAZINE FIRST)I'd LOVE to record what they're saying, but every time I get close they clam up! 33 62 0 1 1 33 40 0 1 1 (TRY TO USE TAPE RECODER ON KLINGMANN/VON ZELL AT CLUB MTG CH 3)That's a thought, but I'd have to get closer. 34 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT BAR IN HUNT CLUB MAIN HALL)And I thought Germans only drank beer. 35 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT FIREPLACE IN HUNT CLUB MAIN HALL, OMINOUS AT END)Just the right size for the big bad wolf to come down the chimney. Unless he's already here. 36 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON CHAIRS IN HUNT CLUB MAIN HALL)I don't think I should get too comfy around here. 37 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT DEER HEAD IN HUNT CLUB MAIN HALL, SARCASTIC)Dead things. Gotta love 'em. 6 0 0 1 3 Hunt Club: Main Hall 7 3 0 1 3 Himself 8 3 0 1 3 Hunting 9 3 0 1 3 Hunting 10 3 0 1 3 Club Members 11 3 0 1 3 The Club 12 3 0 1 3 The Club 13 3 0 1 3 Trophies in basement 14 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 15 3 0 1 3 Himself 16 3 0 1 3 Himself 17 3 0 1 3 The Club 18 3 0 1 3 Club Members 20 3 0 1 3 Von Zell 21 3 0 1 3 Von Zell 22 3 0 1 3 Von Zell 19 3 0 1 3 Club Members 23 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 24 3 0 1 3 I haven't had a chance to speak with you yet, Herr von Aigner. 25 3 0 1 3 I haven't had a chance to speak with you yet, Herr Hennemann. 26 3 0 1 3 Have you guys heard about the wolf killing last night? 27 3 0 1 3 What were y'all talking about a minute ago? 28 3 0 1 3 Hey, how's it going? 29 3 0 1 3 What're you two kids talking about? 30 3 0 1 3 What's new? 31 3 0 1 3 Just wanted to grab a magazine. 32 3 0 1 3 Just wanted to put back this magazine.

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1 62 0 1 1 (HUNT CLUB BACK HALL, LOOK AT PLANT)Nice plant. 8 62 0 1 1 (WILD TRACK LINE TO ADD TO VIDEO OF GABE TRYING LOCKED HUNT CLUB BASEMENT DOOR)Locked. 10 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, SECOND TIME TRYING LOCKED HUNT CLUB BASEMENT DOOR)It won't do much good to keep tryin' it. It's locked. 2 39 0 1 1 (TRY TO LOCK DOOR TO BASEMENT)I don't want to lock the door again. 3 62 0 1 1 (THOUGHTFUL)I should probably return those keys first, before Xaver notices they're gone. 5 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO OPEN BASEMENT DOOR IN HUNT CLUB AFTER GETTING CAUGHT DOWN THERE BY VON ZELL)I DON'T think I'm goin' to get down there again. 6 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO OPEN BACK DOOR AFTER GETTING BASEMENT DOOR OPEN)It just leads to a back alley. 7 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO HIDE CUCKOO CLOCK IN PLANT AFTER GETTING AND RETURNING KEYS, SMART ASS)I don't think that'll be necessary again. 9 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO HIDE SOMETHING ELSEIN THE PLANT IN THE HUNT CLUB BACK HALL)Why would I want to put THAT in the plant? 4 0 0 1 3 Hunt Club: Back Hall

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1 62 0 1 1 (HUNT CLUB BASEMENT. LOOK AT TROPHIES)Aren't some of these endangered species? 2 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT OCCULT SYMBOLS IN BASEMENT)Just a guess, but I don't think this stuff has much to do with huntin'. 3 62 0 1 1 (THOUGHTFUL)Photos of the club hunts. Looks like von Glower and von Zell monopolized the camera. Or the hunts. 4 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WEAPONS IN BASEMENT)What the hell do these guys hunt, anyway? Ninjas? 5 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT VON ZELL'S LITTLE BLACK BOOK, WRY AT END)Preiss, von Aigner, Hennemann. I met them all last night. I wonder what these figures mean? Unpaid club dues? 6 0 0 1 3 Hunt Club: Ritual Room

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1 0 1 1 1 (CRIME SCENE STREET, SHOCKED)Looks like there was another wolf killin' last night! 1 0 2 1 1 (ENTER CRIME SCENE, ALREADY KNEW ABOUT NEW MURDER)Guess I've figured out where last night's killin' took place. 2 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT BODY)I wonder who the victim was this time? 3 62 0 1 1 (CURIOUS)Isn't that the detective from the paper? Komissar Leber? 4 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO LEBER AFTER FIRST TIME)He's not listening. 11 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW SOMETHING OTHER THAN BUSINESS CARD OR EVIDENCE REPORT TO LEBER AT CRIME SCENE, WRY)I don't think Komissar Leber would be impressed with that. 5 41 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW LEBER EVIDENCE REPORT AFTER FIRST TIEM)He's just being real, real stubborn about that. I'll have to think of something else. 6 0 0 1 1 (LOOK AT LEBER AFTER NEWS CREW SCENE, PLEASED WITH HIMSELF)He's busy. I'll see him at the station. 7 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT NEWS CREW, SNEAKY ON LAST PART)Looks like a television news crew. Maybe they need some news. 8 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW SOMETHING OTHER THAN EVIDENCE REPORT TO NEWS CREW)I'm not sure the German public would be interested in that. 9 0 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO NEWS CREW AFTER NEWS CREW SCENE)I told Leber I wouldn't talk to the press anymore. Too bad. I coulda been another David Hasselhof. 12 0 0 1 1 (PICKUP, TRY TO TALK TO PEDESTRIANS AT CRIME SCENE)I don't think they'd know much about it. 10 0 0 1 3 Crime Scene Street

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1 62 0 1 1 (LODGE EXTERIOR NIGHT, TRY TO ENTER LODGE DURING HUNT)The door's locked! 2 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO ENTER STABLES DURING NIGHT HUNT)Hidin' in the stables won't solve anything. 3 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Exterior

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5 62 0 1 3 (LODGE STABLES DAY, LOOK AT HORSE TACK)Looks like stuff for the horses. 6 62 0 1 1 (NOT REAL INTERESTED)Tools. 9 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON TOOL WALL AFTER TAKING SHEARS)Nothin' else I can use. 7 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GO OVER TO THE HORSE STALLS)I'd prefer to keep the horses over THERE and me over HERE. 8 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT SHEARS)Shears... These might come in handy. 1 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Stable

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1 62 0 1 1 (LODGE GREAT ROOM, CLICK ON BAR)I wouldn't mind a drink, but I have a feelin' I should stay alert. 2 62 0 1 1 (LOOK IN SHRANK)Nice closet. 3 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT LIT FIRE)That fire feels good. 4 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT FIREPLACE BEFORE FIRE IS LIT)I wish someone would start a fire. 5 21 0 1 1 (USE MATCHING ON BURNING FIRE)It's already lit. 14 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON HENNEMANN - OTHER TIMES - ALL DIALOGUE EXHAUSTED)I think Herr Hennemann has already spilled everythin' of consequence. 6 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Great Room 7 3 0 1 3 The Club 8 3 0 1 3 Klingmann 9 3 0 1 3 Preiss 10 3 0 1 3 Preiss 11 3 0 1 3 The Lodge 12 3 0 1 3 The Lodge 13 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf

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1 62 0 1 7 (HUNTING LODGE HALL, CALLING THROUGH DOOR)Enter. 11 62 0 1 1 (HUNTING LODGE UPSTAIRS, CLICK ON VON ZELL'S DOOR)It's no use. I saw him lock it myself. 2 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO REENTER PREISS ROOM, WRY)I've done all I care to in Preiss's room. 3 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON PREISS'S DOOR AFTER SEEING VON ZELL IN PIT)Preiss and Hennemann wouldn't be much help. 4 62 0 1 8 (LODGE UPSTARIS HALL, CALLING THROUGH DOOR)Kommen Sie. 5 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON KLINGMANN'S DOOR AFTER SHOWING HIM TAGS, FAINT DISGUST)Herr Doktor doesn't have anything else interesting to share with me. I'll leave him alone... for a while. 6 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON KLINGMANN'S DOOR AFTER SEEING VON ZELL IN PIT)Klingmann's terrified of von Zell. He'd be worse than useless. 7 62 0 1 9 (LODGE UPSTAIRS HALL, CALLING THROUGH DOOR)Ja, kommen. 8 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON VON AIGNER'S DOOR AFTER FINISHING DIALOUGE IN BATH, DRY)I don't think Herr von Aigner wants to see me right now. 9 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON VON AIGNER'S DOOR AFTER SEEING VON ZELL IN BODY PIT)I'm not sure Von Aigner can be trusted. 10 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Upstairs Hall

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2 62 0 1 1 (LODGE GABRIEL'S BEDROOM)I'll never be able to sleep in this place. Not without a barricade on the door. 3 62 0 1 1 11 62 0 1 1 (LOOK IN GABE'S SHRANK AT LODGE)There's nothin' in here. 4 62 0 1 1 (LOOK OUT LODGE WINDOW TO LODGE DRIVEWAY)That driveway's longer than the street I live on in New Orleans. 5 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WOODS FROM WINDOW)I'd hate to get lost out there. 6 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT LEDGE OUTSIDE WINDOW)There's a ledge under the windows. Too bad it's not a little wider. 7 22 0 1 1 (CLICK ROPE ON LEDGE FROM GABE'S ROOM)That's an interesting idea, but I don't need to go anywhere on this side of the building. 9 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT GROUND FROM GABRIEL'S BEDROOM WINDOW)It's a ways down there, innit? 8 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON GABRIEL'S BATHROOM)I could use a shower, but I want to look around first. 10 62 0 1 1 (PICK-UP:NEED MORE UPSET/GROSSED OUT, CLICK ON GABRIEL'S BATHROOM AFTER SEEING VON ZELL IN PIT)I'd love to take a bath. I feel like I'm coated with that... that smell. But I have to do somethin' about that cave first. 1 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Gabriel's Bedroom

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1 62 0 1 1 (LODGE KLINGMANN'S BEDROOM, CLICK ON BATHROOM, CLOSET, ETC.)I can't snoop around too much. Klingmann's here. 2 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON KLINGMANN'S BEDROOM WINDOW)He's got a window, just like my room. 4 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO KLINGMANN BEFORE SHOWING HIM TAGS, SLY, DARK)I wouldn't mind a chat, but Klingmann needs a little attitude adjustment first. 5 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO SHOW TAGS TO KLINGMANN BEFORE TALKING TO HENNEMANN)I'd love to show him the tags, but I need to get just a few more facts first. 6 62 0 1 1 (TRY OTHER INVENTORY ITEMS ON KLINGMANN)I don't think showin' THAT to Klingmann would do any good. 7 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO USE ROPE ON KLINGMANN, CH 5)I COULD tie him up, but I'm not sure what that would accomplish. 8 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Klingmann's Room

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1 62 0 1 1 (LODGE PREISS'S BEDROOM, DISGUSTED/SARCASTIC)I'd better put Preiss's rope back and get out of here. He might come out for air any time now. 2 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO OPEN PREISS'S BATHROOM DOOR)I'm pretty sure Herr Preiss is in there, and I DON'T want to know what he's doing. 3 22 0 1 1 (TRY TO PUT BACK PRESS'S ROPE)I think I'll keep the rope for now. 4 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING OUT PREISS'S WINDOW, WRY)More woods than you can shake a stick at. 5 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT LEDGE)That ledge runs along the entire face of the building. It's too narrow to walk on, though. Without help. 6 22 0 1 1 (CLICK ROPE ON LEDGE TO CLIMB OUT)I hate it when I come up with ideas like this. 7 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT GROUND FROM PREISS'S WINDOW)That's not a fall I'd care to take. 8 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Priess' Bedroom

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1 62 0 1 1 (LODGE VON GLOWER'S BEDROOM, CLICK ON BATHROOM, SHRANK, ETC.)Friedrick wouldn't appreciate me messin' around in here. 2 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO TALK TO VON GLOWER IN HIS BEDROOM)He's busy. 3 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Von Glower's Bedroom

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1 62 0 1 1 (LODGE VON AIGNER'S ROOM, CLICK ON SHRANK, BED, ETC.)I can't examine anythin' with von Aigner sittin' right there. 11 3 0 1 3 Grossberg 2 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Von Aigner's Bedroom 3 3 0 1 3 The Club 4 3 0 1 3 Grossberg 5 3 0 1 3 Were you the Club's main contact with Grossberg? 6 3 0 1 3 What does von Zell have to do with Grossberg? 7 3 0 1 3 Why did von Zell want Grossberg's name? 8 3 0 1 3 Would your cooperation have anything to do with the money you owe von Zell? 12 3 0 1 3 The Lodge 9 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 10 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf

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1 62 0 1 1 (LODGE VON ZELL'S BEDROOM, TRY TO EXIT VIA HALLWAY DOOR)I can't go out that way. I'd have to leave the door unlocked. 2 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT VON ZELL'S ACCOUNT BOOK, THOUGHTFUL)Same entry I saw at the hunt club. 8 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO PICK UP VON ZELL'S BOOK AFTER GETTING GROSSBERG'S LETTER, CH 5 LODGE, DRY)I don't think there's much else of interest in von Zell's little black book. 3 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT GROSSBERG'S LETTER, EVEN THOUGH THE LETTER IS IN GERMAN, IT'S BLACKMAIL INTENTIONS ARE CLEAR)If I'm not mistaken, Grossberg was trying to cash in on all the excitement around the missing zoo wolves. VON ZELL must have been the "new business partner" Grossberg told Dorn about. Guess von Zell didn't much care for the idea. 4 62 0 1 1 (PICK UP, LOOK AT RUG IN VON ZELL'S BATHROOM, DISAPPOINTED)Nothin' unusual about the rug. 10 62 0 1 1 (PICK UP,LOOK AT VON ZELL'S BATHROOM RUG AFTER FINDING FOOTPRINT, WRY)Nothin' unusual about the TOP of the rug. 5 62 0 1 1 (FINDS FOOTPRINT ON RUG IN VON ZELL'S BATHROOM)Hello. Someone's been trompin' around barefoot in the mud. (PAUSE)Orange mud at that. 6 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING IN VON ZELL'S SINK--GOES WITH VIDEO SCENE)Nothin' in the sink. 7 62 0 1 1 (LOOKING IN VON ZELL'S TUB)Not even a ring in the tub. Not surprisin' for someone as ANAL as von Zell. 9 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Von Zell's Room

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1 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Von Glower's Bedroom

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1 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Von Aigner's Bedroom

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1 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Von Zell's Bedroom

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2 62 0 1 1 (LODGE -- OUT ON LEDGE, TRY TO GO PAST MIDDLE WINDOW)The rope won't go any further. 3 62 0 1 1 (ON LODGE LEDGE, TRY TO GO AROUND CORNER)The rope would never make it around the side of the building. 4 62 0 1 1 (LODGE ON LEDGE, CLICK ON VON ZELL'S WINDOW)Von Zell's room, if I'm not mistaken. 1 0 0 1 3 Hunting Lodge: Bedroom Ledge

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13 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON HUNTING LODGE DOOR DURING NIGHT HUNT)The door's locked! 14 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON HORSES IN STABLE DURING NIGHT HUNT)Even if I could figure out how to saddle a horse, I'd never be able to ride it. 3 62 0 1 1 (HUNT LODGE WOODS, LOOK AT PRINT)There're traces of an orangish mud in the print. 4 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT SECOND PRINT IN WOODS)Another autograph by the same big son-of-a-bitch. 18 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, LOOK AT EITHER PRINT IN WOODS AFTER SEEING VON ZELL, SICKENED)I guess I know who made this print! 5 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT FIRST PAW PRINT IN WOODS SECOND TIME)It sure looks like the one at the farm to me. 11 62 0 1 1 Another autograph by the same big son-of-a-bitch that was at the farm. 12 62 0 1 1 (FINDS FIRST PAW PRINT IN WOODS)That paw print matches the one I found at the farm! 6 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON RAVINE IN WOODS)The ravine's pretty deep. I don't think I can cross it. 19 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, CLICK ON RAVINE IN WOODS--1ST TIME)There's a big ravine over here. 20 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, CLICK ON RAVINE IN WOODS--DURING WOLF HUNT)I made it to the ravine, but where's von Glower? Or the wolf? 7 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO ENTER LAIR AFTER SEEING VON ZELL)I'm NOT goin' in there again. 15 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT ORANGE MUD AT HEDGES IN CH 5, SUSPICOUS)The earth is orange over here. Must be some minerals in the soil. 16 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO GET THROUGH HEDGES BEFORE CUTTING THEM)I'm not makin' much progress against those briars. Not with my bare hands. 8 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT WOLF DURING HUNT IN WOODS)Yeah. It's a WOLF. 9 23 0 1 1 (TRY TO USE DAGGER ON WOLF IN WOODS)I don't want to GET that close. 17 0 0 1 1 10 0 0 1 3 Woods

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2 62 0 1 3 The ravine's pretty deep. I don't think I can cross it. 1 0 0 1 3 Woods: Ravine

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1 0 0 1 3 Cave: Entrance Room 2 0 0 1 1 (PICKUP FOR USE WITH FIRST CAVE ENTRANCE VIDEO SCENE)What's that SMELL!

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1 62 0 1 1 (CAVE PIT ROOM, CLICK ON PIT AREA AFTER NEARLY FALLING IN)I can't see anything, and I'm not going down in there again in the dark! 2 24 0 1 1 (CLICK UNLIT LANTERN ON PIT)The lantern won't do much good unless it's lit. 4 21 0 1 1 (TRY TO USE MATCHES TO LIGHT UP PIT)Those matches won't throw much light. 5 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP LINE FOR VIDEO SCENE WHERE GABE STUMBLES INTO BODY PIT IN CAVE)Christ! It's a big fuckin' hole! 6 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON PIT AFTER FALLING IN BUT BEFORE LIGHTING LANTERN, NOT TOO FREAKED YET, JUST SLIGHTLY NERVOUS)I can't see anything down there ... but I hear somethin'. Somethin' down there. 3 0 0 1 3 Cave: Inner Room

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5 62 0 1 2 (RITTERSBERG TOWN SQUARE, LOOK AT LILIES CH 6, SAD)The lilies died after all. 6 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT POST OFFICE, CH 6)The post office is closed. 11 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO MAIL LETTER *TO* GRACE)No point in mailing that to myself--I already have it. 12 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO MAIL ITEM OTHER THAN LETTER OR PACKAGE)I don't want to mail that! 10 62 0 1 2 (AFTER MAILING PACKAGE TO GABRIEL CH 2, PLEASED WITH HERSELF)That'll give him something to chew on! 9 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CHURCH SIGN)St. Georg Church. 7 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LILIES BEFORE THEY BLOOM)I wonder what kind of flowers these are? 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LILIES AFTER PICKING ONE)It was nice of Father Getz to give me one of the lilies. 8 0 0 1 3 Rittersberg Town Square

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1 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON MAYOR HABERMAS'S WINDOW--ALL DIALOGUE DONE)I don't have anything to say right now. 20 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CLICK ON MAYOR HABERMAS'S WINDOW--CH 6, ANXIOUS)Mayor Habermas probably has his hands full today. 19 0 0 1 3 Rittersberg Rathaus

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4 62 0 1 2 (RITTERSBERG DUNGEON, TRY TO TALK TO GABRIEL AFTER FIRST TIME, SOFT)I don't want to disturb him. 5 96 0 1 2 (TRY TO SHOW GABRIEL VON GLOWER'S LETTER, STUBBORN)I'd better see what the letter says myself first. 6 96 0 1 2 (TRY TO SHOW VON GLOWER'S LETTER TO GABRIEL AFTER READING IT, PROTECTIVE)I'll tell him about the letter... eventually. When I have everything else under control. 7 8 0 1 2 (TRY TO GIVE TALISMAN TO GABRIEL IN DUNGEON, WORRIED)I'll keep the talisman until Gabriel's better. It might not react well to that stuff in his blood. 8 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CLAW MARKS CH 6, UPSET)Gabriel will soon be adding his OWN marks around here. 9 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT BIRD IN DUNGEON CH 6, UNINTERESTED)That bird seems to like it here. 10 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO GRAB BIRD IN DUNGEON)I can't reach the bird through the bars. 11 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, TRY TO GRAB BIRD ONCE IT'S INSIDE LEDGE, THOUGHTFUL)I might be able to get the bird now, but I need something to put it in. 14 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, TRY TO USE ANYTHING EXCEPT BREAD ON BIRD)I don't think that would be of any use with the bird. 12 30 0 1 2 2 62 0 1 2 (EXCITED) Claw marks! 13 0 0 1 3 Rittersberg Rathaus: Dungeon

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16 62 0 1 2 (ST GEORG CHURCH, LOOK AT HEART ON WOLFGANG'S COFFIN)That silver heart reminds me of the silver penitent gifts at Alt™tting. 17 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TAKE HEART BEFORE ASKING GERDE)I wonder if... No, that wouldn't be right. (SIGH) Maybe I should just ASK her. 20 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MADONNA STATUE)The Madonna. 2 62 0 1 2 (READING INSCRIPTION ON COFFIN)Martin Ritter. 1190-1253. Founder of Rittersberg, 1203. 24 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT GUY UNDER COFFIN ST GEORG CRYPT, IMPRESSED)These coffins are REALLY old. And they're all Schattenjagers! 3 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, READING INSCRIPTION ON COFFIN)Jrgen Ritter. 1403-1461. 4 62 0 1 2 (READING INSCRIPTION ON COFFIN)Wolfgang Ritter. 10 May, 1923 to 25 June, 1993. 5 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT ROSES ON COFFIN--CH 2)Roses. I wonder who left them? 6 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO FATHER GETZ, FRUSTRATED)It's no use. He doesn't speak English, and I can't communicate well enough in German. 21 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO FATHER GETZ BEFORE SEEING CHURCH FROM DUNGEON, DOUBTFUL)I don't have anything specific to say to him at the moment. 22 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CLICK ON PENITENTS)I don't want to disturb her. 23 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CLICK ON PENITENTS)I don't want to disturb him. 7 62 0 1 2 I wouldn't mind speaking with Father Getz, but we have a serious communication problem. 8 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT GERDE IN CRYPT AREA, SLIGHTLY SUSPICIOUS)Gerde's here. I wonder what she's up to? 9 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT GERDE IN CRYPT AFTER FIGURING OUT SHE WAS IN LOVE WITH WOLFGANG)Boy, do I feel stupid or what? 10 62 0 1 2 (FEELS BAD AND SYMPATHETIC)I really should apologize, but I don't want to interrupt her. Maybe there's something else I can do. 11 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO GERDE AFTER MAKE UP SCENE IN CRYPT)I think she wants to be left alone. 12 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT ROSES ON WOLFGANG'S COFFIN CH 4)The roses are wilting. 13 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT FRESH ROSES ON COFFIN)Those look better. 14 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT HEART ON WOLFGANG'S COFFIN, CURIOUS)It's a silver heart. Someone must have left it as a mourning gift. 15 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT HEART ON COFFIN AFTER MAKE UP SCENE WITH GERDE)Gerde must have really loved Wolfgang. 19 0 0 1 3 St. Georg Church: Interior

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14 62 0 1 2 (RITTERSBERG GASTHOF, TRY TO TAKE SECOND ROLL)I don't need another roll. 15 62 0 1 2 (CH 6, A BIT STIFF, THEN MORE SYMPATHETIC)Werner looks about as interested in talking to me as I am in talking to him. He feels pretty bad about Gabriel. 16 96 0 1 2 (TRY TO SHOW VON GLOWER'S LETTER TO MRS SMITH BEFORE READIN IT)I should look at the letter myself, first. 17 96 0 1 2 (TRY TO SHOW VON GLOWER'S LETTER TO MRS SMITH, THOUGHTFUL)Yes. Maybe I should discuss the letter with her. 7 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LUDWIG PORTRAIT BEFORE FINDING LETTER FOR HIM IN LIBRARY)Pretty damn cute. I wonder who he is? 50 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT LUDWIG PORTRAIT BEFORE TALKING TO WERNER ABOUT HIM)I wonder who he is? 8 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LUDWIG PORTRAIT AFTER DISCUSSING HIM WITH WERNER)So that's King Ludwig the second of Bavaria. 51 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP LOOK AT LUDWIG PORTRAIT AFTER DISCUSSING HIM WITH WERNER) Ludwig the second. He looks like he was in his thirties when this one was painted. 9 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LUDWIG ARTICLE)I have no idea what that says. Looks old, though. 11 62 0 1 2 (WAITING FOR WERNER TO RETURN FROM GETTING THE SMITHS)I shouldn't leave before the Smiths get down here. 12 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LUDWIG PORTRAIT, CH 4 OR 6)King Ludwig the second of Bavaria. 46 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO WERNER--ALL DIALGOUE IS DONE)I don't have anything to say to Herr Huber at the moment. 47 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO SMITHS--ALL DIALOGUE IS DONE)I don't have anything else to say to the Smiths right now. 48 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO MRS SMITH--ALL DIALGOUE DONE, CH 6 SO UPSET)She can't give me any more advice now. 49 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT LUDWIG PORTRAIT, CH 6, VERY SYMPATHETIC, SAD)Ludwig. I wish there was something I could do to help him! 31 0 0 1 3 Gasthof Goldener L”we 18 3 0 1 3 Himself 19 3 0 1 3 Himself 20 3 0 1 3 Wolfgang 21 3 0 1 3 Wolfgang 22 3 0 1 3 Rittersberg 23 3 0 1 3 Gabriel's Case 24 3 0 1 3 Where can I find Gabriel? 25 3 0 1 3 Do you know how long Gabriel will be gone? 26 3 0 1 3 What is the case is about? 27 3 0 1 3 Werewolves 28 3 0 1 3 Werewolves 29 3 0 1 3 Ludwig II 30 3 0 1 3 Ludwig II 33 3 0 1 3 Themselves 34 3 0 1 3 Themselves 35 3 0 1 3 Ludwig II 36 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 37 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 38 3 0 1 3 Tarot Reading 39 3 0 1 3 Gabriel's Tarot 32 3 0 1 3 The Smiths 40 3 0 1 3 Ludwig Dream 41 3 0 1 3 Gabriel 42 3 0 1 3 Our Plan 43 3 0 1 3 Alt™tting 44 3 0 1 3 Von Glower's Letter 45 62 0 1 2 (THIS IS A ADR FOR VIDEO SCENE 769, GRACE AND MRS. SMITH, CH 6. THE WORD 'EMIL' WAS MISPROUNCED. IT'S EM-ELLE, ACCENT ON THE FIRST SYLABLE, NOT 'E-MEEL', THE HISPANIC VERSION)Emil will watch over Gabriel in the dungeon?

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2 62 0 1 2 (HERRENCHIEMSEE MUSEUM, LOOKING AT ELIZABETH PORTRAIT)She's beautiful. 30 62 0 1 2 31 62 0 1 2 Ludwig as Prince Charming. He played the part well. 15 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO GET PAST FRAU MILLER WITHOUT PAYING)I can't see the displays until I've gotten past the counter. 16 62 0 1 2 17 62 0 1 2 (READING SIGN ON ELIZABETH PORTRAIT)Elizabeth of Austria. 18 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; ELIZABETH LETTERS)Elizabeth frequently gave Ludwig advice on royal conduct, hoping to protect him from unfavorable public opinion. 18 62 0 2 2 (READING ELIZABETH LETTERS CONT'D)March 1st, 1865. My dearest Eagle. You have not written me in a few months -- I have missed you. I often try to imagine what you are doing. I hear tales that you have been on retreat and have not been seen in Munich for some time. I suspect it is this new friend you wrote of so mysteriously that takes you away from home! I hope you are enjoying yourself, my beloved, but I beg you to caution. The people need to see you at the throne. I also hesitate to suggest that what your officials do in your absence may not always be in your own best interest. You have always been a true king, but you must let the people SEE you to insure that they don't forget that. E., your Dove 19 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; ELIZABETH LETTERS 2)Ludwig's friends were concerned for his mental state long before his arrest. 19 62 0 2 2 (READING DISPLAYS; ELIZABETH LETTER 2)June 14, 1878. My Beloved Eagle. In your last letter you spoke so movingly of your torment that I was moved to tears. What IS this torment? Why won't you confess to me what is truly troubling you? You must know that I would never despise you, no matter how horrible you believe your sins to be. Please do not write such barbs to my heart by even suggesting such things. If you do not wish to confess to me, at least tell me how I can aid you. I am always your true one, your Dove 22 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; LUDWIG'S LETTER TO ELIZABETH--PICKUP SESSION--JUST PICK UP *DATE* ONLY--WE HAVE THE REST OF THE TEXT)July 3rd, 1863. Elizabeth, You can have no idea, dear Cousin, how happy you made me. The hours recently passed with you in the railway carriage I consider among the happiest in my life; never will their memory fade. You gave me permission to visit you at Ischl; if the time comes for this ardent hope to be fulfilled, I shall be of all men upon earth the most blest. 22 62 0 2 2 The feelings of sincere love and reverence and faithful attachment to you which I cherished in my heart even as a boy makes me imagine heaven upon earth, and will be extinguished by death alone. I beg you with all my heart to forgive the contents of this letter -- but I could not help myself ... Ludwig 33 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, READING LUDWIG MUSEUM PLAGUE)One of Ludwig's few close friends was Empress Elizabeth of Austria. She was a distant cousin of the boy Prince, and he saw her often growing up. Graceful and beautiful, Elizabeth seemed to represent the feminine ideal to the younger Ludwig. Their friendship continued afer her marriage, mainly by correspondence. She remained a source of stability for Ludwig throughout his life. In keeping with Ludwig's love of romance and drama, he called her "the Dove" and he, to her, was "the Eagle." 32 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON FRAU MILLER - NO DIALOGUE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE)I don't have anything to say to her at the moment. 34 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOKING A PHOTOS OF LUDWIG AND ELIZABETH AT HERRENCHEIMSEE MUSEUM)They certainly make an incredible-looking couple! 25 0 0 1 3 Herrenchiemsee Museum: Entry Room 24 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; ELIZABETH'S LETTER TO BISHOP, CURIOUS AT END)In this letter, dated Nov., 1886, Elizabeth of Austria thanks Bishop Frank for his assistance in helping her fulfill Ludwig's last wishes. She writes that she knows it was an unusual request, but she believes Ludwig had reasons of his own for wishing it to be done. She hopes that his spirit finds peace at last. 24 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, READING SIGN AT HERRENCHEIMSEE, CON'TD FOR PICKUP)No further reference to this letter has ever been found. One can only speculate what the last wishes of a cornered and embattled Ludwig might have been. 29 3 0 1 3 I'd like to buy a ticket. 27 3 0 1 3 Is this the Ludwig Museum? 26 3 0 1 3 Is there any way to see more of Ludwig's diary? 28 3 0 1 3 Do you know anything about the 'new Wagner opera'?

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11 62 0 1 2 (HERRENCHIEMSEE MUSEUM, LOOKING AT PAINTING OF LUDWIG AS GRAND MASTER OF KNIGHTS OF ST GEORGE)He looks so regal. Why would he give up all of this pageantry and become a recluse? 12 62 0 1 2 (READING SIGN ON GRAND MASTER PAINTING)Ludwig, Grand Master of the knights of St. George. 12 62 0 2 2 (WORRIEDLY)There's gotta be a connection between all this St. George stuff and Gabriel. 23 62 0 1 2 (READING SIGN ON WAGNER PAINTING)Richard Wagner, German composer. 13 62 0 1 2 (READING SIGN ON GRAND MASTER ROBE DISPLAY)Ludwig's Grand Master wardrobe from the Knights of St. George. The order was dedicated to noble acts. 26 62 0 1 2 (READING SIGN IN MUSEUM)Ludwig as Grand Master of the Knights of St. George. The Knights of St. George was an aristocratic society dedicated to acts of chivalry. Ludwig loved the medieval pageantry of the order in his early years, before his increasing reclusiveness drove him to abandon public appearances. 14 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT GRAND MASTER ROBE)Looks like it weighs a ton. 15 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PINS OF ST GEORGE ORDER, CURIOUS)I wonder if these pins have any symbolic meaning? 25 62 0 1 2 (READING SIGN IN MUSEUM)Signets and sash pins from the order of The Knights of St. George. These were worn on Ludwig's uniform, as befitted his rank of Grand Master. They are now the property of the Bavarian Crown Treasury. 16 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; LUDWIG'S DIARY DISPLAY SIGN)Ludwig's diary. Ludwig kept a diary from 1869, when he was twenty-four years old, until his death. The diary provides a fascinating look into the mind of this tormented man. 16 62 0 2 2 (PICK UP FOR DIARY SIGN, CONTINUING TO READ)The original diary is kept in the royal archives. A few entries are shown on the opposite wall. 17 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP FOR DATE, READING DISPLAYS; LUDWIG'S DIARY DISPLAY--ENTRIES)26th July, 1874. By the power of the lily, we shall have the strength to resist all temptations throughout the whole year. 18 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP FOR DATE, READING DIARY ENTRIES CONT'D)26th July, 1875. Solemn oath before the picture of the Great King. Refrain for 3 months from all excitement. This oath has its binding power, as well as its potency by De Par Le Roy. L & R. D P L R. 18 62 0 2 2 (COMMENTING ON DIARY ENTRIES)What excitement? I need to see more of that diary! 19 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; WAGNER DISPLAY)Ludwig and Wagner. Ludwig loved the operas of his contemporary, Richard Wagner. He helped support Wagner's music through much of his life. Ludwig considered Wagner a close friend, often calling him 'The Great Friend.' Wagner encouraged this infatuation, some believe for personal gain. 19 62 0 2 2 (COMMENTING ON WAGNER DISPLAY SIGN)Typical artist! 24 62 0 1 2 Ludwig is offered a crown of laurels by the genius of immortal fame. 20 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; WAGNER DISPLAY CONT'D)Even after Wagner's death, Ludwig still showed signs of obsession with the composer. This letter, written in 1882 by Ludwig to the conductor of the Munich opera, instructs the conductor to make preparations for a 'new Wagner opera.' The conductor went to see the king as instructed. When he arrived, Ludwig was ill and refused to see him. Nothing further was ever heard of this mysterious 'new opera.' Was it a figment of an ill man's desperate wishes? 20 62 0 2 2 (VERY THOUGHTFUL)Hmmm. 21 0 0 1 3 Herrenchiemsee Museum: Display Room 1 22 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WAGNER PORTRAIT)Richard Wagner.

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8 62 0 1 2 (HERRENCHEIMSEE MUSEUM, READING DISPLAYS)June 18, 1886. Ludwig's funeral procession marches through the streets of Munich, followed by enormous crowds of mourners. The service is held at a packed St. Michael's church. Lightening strikes the church during the service, but no one is harmed. 8 62 0 2 2 (READING DISPLAYS)Ludwig's body is entombed in the Wittelsbach crypt at St. Michael's. His heart is placed in an urn in the pilgrimage chapel at Alt™tting in the Wittelsbach tradition. The urn is shown to the right. 8 62 0 3 2 His heart in an urn! How bizarre! 9 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; LUDWIG'S NOTES TO HIS SERVANTS)DEC 14, 1881, Linderhof. Order another work by Jennings on the occult. Write urgently to Klug saying that I insist that the stoppages by the banks cease. I WANT it and therefore it MUST be done. Write very urgently; he must succeed AT ONCE and then must report to me urgently. 9 62 0 2 2 (READING LUDWIG'S NOTES TO HIS SERVANTS CONT'D)If I give orders to clear my room doing so must not be postponed as has happened. Pencils must be pointed without special orders. The day after to-morrow a thousand marks. How is Louis now? I want to know whether he looks unhappy. How often have I said that the coffee must not come up boiling hot... so that it can only be drunk after standing an hour. If any more correspondences come from Louis they are to be burnt immediately, but I am to be informed of their arrival. 13 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP READING PLAQUE IN MUSUEM)These are actual notes from Ludwig to his servants. They go far in showing the king's state of mind. They were smuggled out and used as evidence in compiling the order for Ludwig's arrest. 10 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; SECOND LUDWIG NOTE TO SERVANTS)Dec. 18, 1881, Linderhof. Every day get up earlier, for certain. See to that VERY PARTICULARLY. WRITE IT DOWN. Remember that when the Great Friend arrives at Neuschwanstein and we retire to the hall, we are not to be disturbed! I will not tolerate interference or insubordination! 1 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SLIEGH PAINTING AFTER INITIAL SHOCKED REACTION)Maybe Mrs. Smith will know what my dream meant. I have to ask SOMEONE. This thing is getting too weird. 2 62 0 1 2 (READING NAME OF PAINTING THOUGHTFULLY)Ludwig embarking on his sleigh. 3 62 0 1 2 (READING SIGN ABOUT SLEIGH RIDE PAINTING, STILL A BIT FREAKED ABOUT HER DREAM AND THE PAINTING)The midnight sleigh rides. Ludwig went on long sleigh rides in the middle of the night, particularly in his later years. It is said that he suffered from insomnia, headaches, and toothaches, and the rides soothed his restlessness. The sight of the king's grand sleigh speeding through the country side of the Alps often startled the peasants and became a superstitious omen of ill fortune. 3 62 0 2 2 (COMMENTING ON SIGN)I can see why! But what was he doing out there at night? 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DEATH MASK, AWED AND A LITTLE CREEPED OUT)Ludwig's death mask. Wow. 12 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; LETTER FROM ELIZABETH TO BISHOP)In this letter, dated November 1886, Elizabeth of Austria thanks Bishop Frank for his assistance in helping her fulfill Ludwig's last wishes. She writes that she knows it was an unusual request, but she believes Ludwig had reasons of his own for wishing it to be done. She hopes that his spirit finds peace at last. 5 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, READING DISPLAYS; 'LUDWIG'S LAST DAYS' DISPLAY; PRONOUCE 'HOE-IN-SCHWAN-GOW AS IN 'COW')June 7, 1886. A group of men arrive at Neuschwanstein castle, demanding to take the king in custody. With them is Dr. Gudden, the doctor who had been in charge of Otto, the king's mentally-ill brother. The men have an order for the king's arrest on the grounds of insanity. They are refused admittance by a brave group of farmers and local soldiers who have come to Ludwig's aid. They are forced to retreat to nearby Hohoenschwangau. This is the first Ludwig hears of the conspiracy. 5 62 0 2 2 ('LUDWIG'S LAST DAYS' DISPLAY CONT'D)Ludwig composes a pamphlet explaining the subversive acts of the conspirators and eloquently pleading with his people for aid. The pamphlet is smuggled out of Neuschwanstein and printed, but the pamphlets are seized before they can be distributed. 6 62 0 1 2 ('LUDWIG'S LAST DAYS' DISPLAY CONT'D)June 12, 1886. Ludwig knows the conspirators will return. He despairs. He asks his servant for the keys to the tower. The servant, fearing the king intends suicide, says the key is lost. 6 62 0 2 2 ('LUDWIG'S LAST DAYS' DISPLAY CONT'D)Unbeknownst to Ludwig, the conspirators arrive at the castle. This time, there is no one to stop them. Ludwig is lured from his bedroom to the Entry hall of Neuschwanstein on pretense. There, he is taken into custody. 6 62 0 3 2 ('LUDWIG'S LAST DAYS' DISPLAY CONT'D, LAST LINE MYSTERIOUS)Ludwig is taken by carriage from Neuschwanstein to Berg, where his brother Otto had long been imprisoned. This is a great blow to the king's state of mind. While on the way, the group stops at Seeshaupt to change horses. Ludwig asks to see the Post Mistress, Frau Vogel. She brings him a glass of water and he says something to her. She never reveals these last words to anyone. 7 62 0 1 2 ('LUDWIG'S LAST DAYS' DISPLAY CONT'D)June 13, 1886. At Berg, Ludwig seems cooperative and coherent. Dr. Gudden writes to the government that he has Ludwig well under control. The two men go out for a walk and Dr. Gudden is so confident, he dismisses the guards. 7 62 0 2 2 ('LUDWIG'S LAST DAYS' DISPLAY CONT'D)When Ludwig and the doctor do not return after several hours, a search is undertaken. The bodies of the two men are found in the lake, drowned. Circumstances unknown. 11 0 0 1 3 Herrenchiemsee Museum: Display Room 2

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15 62 0 1 2 (STARNBERGER SEA--LOOK AT CROSS MARKING LUDWIG'S DEATH, SAD)This is where they found Ludwig's body. 16 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WATER WHERE LUDWIG DROWNED)I wonder what it felt like, under there? 21 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, TRY OTHER INVENTORY ITEMS OTHER THAN LILIES ON WATER)I wouldn't mind trying to communicate with Ludwig, but I don't think he'd be interested in THAT. 22 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, TRY OTHER INVENTORY ITEMS OTHER THAN LILIES ON WATER)I don't want to put THAT in the water 17 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WATER AFTER SEEING LUDWIG'S FACE IN WATER)I hope I'm not losing my mind. 19 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MEMORIAL CHAPEL AT STARNBERGER SEE, MILDLY CURIOUS)It's a memorial chapel. 20 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MEMORIAL CHAPEL AT STARNBERGER SEE, REVERENT)It's a memorial chapel for Ludwig. 18 0 0 1 3 Starnberger See


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1 62 0 1 2 (WAHNFRIED ENTRY HALL, LOOK AT COSSIMA'S JOURNAL AFTER ASKING GEORG ABOUT IT, NOT REAL INTERESTED)Cosima was Wagner's wife, I think. She probably just talks about him in her journal. 2 62 0 1 2 (LOOK IN CASE AT WAHNFRIED, WRY)Wagner souvenirs. Don't think I need any of those. 3 62 0 1 2 (DON'T PICK UPT!! TRY TO TALK TO GEORG AFTER EXHAUSTING DIALOGUE)I don't have anything else to Georg about at the moment. 14 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO GEORG--FAX OF DIARY IS IN INVENTORY, EXCITED)I DO have something to discuss with Georg -- but he'll never believe me unless I show him! 4 0 0 1 2 (TRY TO SHOW GEORG ANYTHING OTHER THAN LUDWIG'S DIARY)I'm not sure Georg would want to see that. 5 15 0 1 2 (TRY TO SHOW GEORG LUDWIG'S DIARY BEFORE DISCUSSING LOST OPERA WITH HIM, THOUGHTFUL)I'm not sure whether Georg would be interested in Ludwig's diary or not. 6 0 0 1 3 Wagner Museum: Entry Hall 7 3 0 1 3 Himself 8 3 0 1 3 Himself 9 3 0 1 3 Wagner 10 3 0 1 3 Wagner's letter to Ludwig 11 3 0 1 3 Ludwig's letter to Conductor 12 3 0 1 3 Wolf Panels at Neuschwanstein 13 3 0 1 3 Lost Opera

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1 62 0 1 2 (WAGNER MUSEUM; READING DISPLAY; WAGNER'S DESK)Wagner's desk -- exactly as it was on the day he died. 15 62 0 1 2 (LOOKING AT CRYSTAL ON THEATER DIAGRAM)I wonder what the crystal is for? 2 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DESK)It looks rather simple considering the grandiose stuff Wagner composed here. 3 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS; BEAUJOLAIS LETTER, TRYING TO FIGURE IT OUT)It's a letter from a 'Monsieur Beaujolais' dated September, 1881. Looks like he's discussing acoustics and sound waves. And crystals. 3 62 0 2 2 (COMMENTING ON LETTER)Wasn't Wagner's Bayreuth theater already built? Why would Wagner be worrying about acoustics? 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT THEATER DIAGRAM ON WAGNER'S DESK)It looks like an architectural drawing of a theater -- "the Wittelsbacher Theater, Munchen." 4 62 0 2 2 (COMMENTING ON DIAGRAM, CURIOUS)Every square inch is measured. 5 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LUDWIG PORTRAIT AT WAGNER MUSEUM)The great Patron himself. 6 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT LUDWIG BUST IN WAGNER MUSEUM)Ludwig as the Classical Greek hero. 13 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS, LETTER FROM LUDWIG TO WAGNER)June 10, 1881. Munich Residence. Great Friend. I am writing to you in the middle of the night. My blood is pounding too wildly for sleep. Tonight's performance!! How can I describe it? I am unsure whether to be terrified or thrilled. Perhaps I even feel ... hopeful??? If it IS hope, you have given it to me, my Friend, for the first time in years. 13 62 0 2 2 (LUDWIG'S LETTER CONT'D)We must speak. Something happened during the music tonight, but I must have your absolute confidence. As you love me, come at once! Your devoted king, Ludwig. 14 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS, LETTER FROM WAGNER TO LUDWIG)July, 1882. Great and beloved King. Monsieur Beaujolais and I have finished the diagram. We checked the figures many times and M. is confident that it will work. Eight identical fixtures are to be made from the diagram and placed in the theater EXACTLY as specified. I'm sending the diagram with your courier. 14 62 0 2 2 (WAGNER LETTER CONT'D)Be full of hope and have courage. All will be well. Your own Wagner. 7 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SOFA IN WAGNER MUSEUM)Wagner died on that sofa. That's kinda creepy. 25 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT SOFT IN WAGNER MUSEUM)An old sofa. 8 62 0 1 2 (READING DISPLAYS, 'WAGNER'S DEATH' SIGN)The Death of Wagner. On Ash Wednesday, 1883 Wagner suffered a heart attack in a Venetian gondola on the way to San Michele. His wife and the gondolier carried him into a church, where he regained consciousness. Wagner died four days later on this sofa. 9 62 0 1 2 Wagner's death mask. 16 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WAGNER BUST)Richard Wagner. 17 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON OTHER BUST IN FRONT HALL)Franz Liszt. Composer and Cossima Wagner's father. 18 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, READING SIGN ON PIANO)Wagner's piano. On this piano the maestro composed his later operas, including 'The Ring.' 19 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT STATUE IN ENTRY HALL)Looks like a hero from one of Wagner's operas. 20 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT COSTUMES AT WAGNER MUSEUM)Opera costumes. 21 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT THEATER MODEL IN WAGNER MUSEUM, PRONOUNCED 'BUY-ROYT', ACCENT ON LAST SYLLABEL)This must be a model of Wagner's own theater--here, in Bayreuth. 22 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT COSTUME DRAWINGS AT WAGNER MUSEUM)These look like production designs. 22 62 0 2 2 (PRODUCTION DESIGNS CONT'D, DISAPPOINTED)I don't see anything that looks like those wolf paintings in Neuschwanstein, though. 23 62 0 1 2 (READING MUSEUM SIGNS, WAGNER MUSEUM)A portrait given as a gift from Ludwig to Wagner. 24 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DEATH MASK IN WAGER MUSEUM)Ludwig's death mask. 12 0 0 1 3 Wagner Museum: Display Rooms 10 62 0 1 2 11 62 0 1 2

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18 62 0 1 2 (NEUSCHWANSTEIN ENTRY HALL, TRY TO TALK TO GUARDS CH 6)I don't think the guards would be sympathetic to my cause. 19 31 0 1 2 (TRY TO USE DOVE ON GUARDS INI ENTRY HALL, PONDERING)Hmmm. I don't think that would work here. 21 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TOWER DOOR, CH 6)According to Gabriel, Ludwig was arrested at that door. (SIGH) Well, he never did make it to the tower, so I guess I don't need to worry about what's up there. 1 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO GUARDS -- CH 4)I don't think the guards want to be bothered while on duty. 2 0 0 1 2 (TRY TO SHOW ITEM TO GUARD -- CH 4)I don't need to mess with the guards. I came to tour the castle. 3 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PAINTINGS IN ENTRY HALL BEFORE LISTENING TO TOUR TAPE)These scenes seem to tell a story, but I have no idea WHAT story. 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PAINTINGS IN ENTRY HALL AFTER LISTENING TO TOUR TAPE)These scenes are from the Siegfried saga. 5 62 0 1 5 Our tour begins in the Entry Hall. Ludwig II lived from 1845 to 1886. He assumed the Bavarian throne at the age of 18, when his father died. 5 62 0 2 5 Ludwig's passion was building castles. He built three during his lifetime; Linderhof, Herrenchiemsee, and Neuschwanstein. Plans for a fourth castle, Falkenstein, were underway when he died. 5 62 0 3 5 In addition to his obsession with building, Ludwig also had a passion for classical heroic German mythology, a taste he shared with the German opera composer, Richard Wagner. Neuschwanstein is decorated throughout with themes from these stories, most of which directly relate to Wagner's operas. 23 62 0 1 5 The paintings in this room are from the Siegfried saga. 24 62 0 1 5 The closed door leads to the tower, which is not part of the tour. The King was making his way to this very door when he was arrested in 1886. 12 62 2 1 5 12 62 1 1 5 12 62 3 1 5 9 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TOWER DOOR BEFORE LISTENING TO TOUR TAPE)I wonder where that door leads? 10 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DOOR AFTER LISTENING TO TOUR TAPE)I wonder why Ludwig was going to the tower the night he was arrested? 11 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TOWER DOOR AFTER LEARNING OF LUDWIG'S ARREST)I wonder if Ludwig really meant to throw himself from the tower the night he was arrested? 22 0 0 1 3 Neuschwanstein: Entry Hall

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22 0 0 1 3 Neuschwanstein: Bedroom 19 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)I can almost feel Ludwig again, seeing these things. 20 62 0 1 2 (FRUSTRATED)I'll never get away with it while there's a guard in the room. 21 62 0 1 2 (DUBIOUS)I don't need to get in that one again. 1 62 0 1 5 You are now standing in the King's bedroom. The theme of the bedroom is "Tristan and Isolde," the tragic love story retold in Wagner's opera. The opera was given it's first performance in Munich in 1865 and a twenty-year old Ludwig attended. 1 62 0 2 5 This is probably the most elaborate and expensive bedroom ever created. It took 14 woodcarvers 4 1/2 years to create this room. 1 62 0 3 5 It was this kind of extravagance that bankrupted the king. In the years before his death, he found it increasingly difficult to find money from ANY source. 2 62 0 1 5 In the corner is a brown tiled stove with clay figures of Tristan and Isolde. 3 62 0 1 5 The richly-carved bed, with its canopy, resembles a Gothic building and its turrets. The bed's draperies were hand-made by dozens of Bavarian seamstresses. 4 62 0 1 5 The washstand actually worked by bringing in water from a stream above the castle. 16 62 0 1 5 Scenes from the opera 'Tristan and Isolde.' 10 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)These paintings look like scenes from a love story. 11 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)Scenes from Tristan and Isolde. 12 62 0 1 2 (SYMPATHETIC)Maybe Ludwig thought all this luxury would help him sleep. 13 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)I think it's a furnace. They probably burnt wood or coals in there. 14 62 0 1 2 (DOUBTFUL)Did they have running water in 1886? 15 62 0 1 2 (CURIOUS)Ludwig sure had a thing for swans.

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18 62 0 1 2 (NEUSCHWANSTEIN BEDROOM, LOOK AT LUDWIG'S BED CH 6)I don't suppose Ludwig slept very well, even in a bed like this. 1 62 0 1 5 This is the king's study. Ludwig spent much time at his desk writing letters, drawing up plans for his projects, and studying his favorite authors. He loved poetry, history, and the classics. In latter years he also studied the occult. What affairs of state he did reluctantly attend to where generally attended to alone at his desk, in writing. 1 62 0 2 5 His reluctance to meet with his heads of state and perform the duties of the king were one of the reasons for the charges brought against him in 1886. But Ludwig dreamt of true kingship and a true monarchy, and the small powers left to him after Bavaria succeeded power to Prussia only incited his disdain and frustration. 11 62 5 1 5 The study paintings depict scenes from the Tannhauser saga and Wartburg castle. 11 62 4 1 5 11 62 6 1 5 11 62 3 1 5 8 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO OPEN CABINET IN NEUS. STUDY)I doubt there's anything left in there, now. Besides, the guard would kill me if I touched it. 9 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DESK IN NEUS. STUDY, IMPRESSED)Pretty nice place to work. 10 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DESK AFTER LISTENING TO TOUR TAPE)I wonder why he was studying the occult before he died? 17 0 0 1 3 Neuschwanstein: Study

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17 62 0 1 2 (NEUSCHWANSTEIN CHAPEL, LOOK AT CHAPEL PAINTINGS CH 6)I wish I could have seen these through Ludwig's eyes, like Gabriel did. 12 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MADONNA IN NEU. CHAPEL, CH 6)The Black Madonna from Alt™tting. Ludwig really had a connection with her. 13 62 0 1 2 There's nothing I need to get from the chapel. 1 62 0 1 5 This is Ludwig's private chapel. The king was a devout Catholic, as were all of the Wittelsbacher rulers. They supported the Roman church, even when other European countries were dominated by Protestantism. 1 62 0 2 5 The chapel is dedicated to the Madonna. The figure to the right of the crucifix is the Black Madonna of Alt™tting. The Wittelsbach rulers were great supporters of Alt™tting, helping to establish this small 'church of miracles' as an important pilgrimage site. 1 62 0 3 5 Second only to the Madonna's image is the figure of one of her loyal servants, St. Louis, Louis IX of France. Ludwig was fascinated by the French Monarchy, which he admired for its absolute authority and aristocratic rule. 3 62 0 1 5 The painting above the altar depicts St. Louis surrounded by the seraphim. 3 62 0 2 5 An interesting side note -- for a period of about a year, the Louis images in all three castles were ordered to be covered up with black cloths on the unfathomable whim of the king. 4 62 0 1 5 The stained glass window depicts St. Louis receiving the last sacraments. 5 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT STAINED GLASS WINDOW IN NEUSCHWANSTEIN CHAPEL)A King-Saint? I wonder if Ludwig pictured himself that way? Or maybe he just WANTED to be that way? 6 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MADONNA IN NEUS. CHAPEL, CURIOUS)That's an unusual depiction of the Madonna. 7 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MADONNA AFTER LISTENING TO TOUR TAPE, CURIOUS)'The Black Madonna of Alt™tting.' I wonder what her story is all about? 8 62 0 1 2 (DOUBTFUL)I don't think I'm suppose to touch that. 18 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, LOOK AT CRUCIFIX NEUSCHWANSTEIN)It's a beautiful crucifix. Ivory and gold. 16 0 0 1 3 Neuschwanstein: Chapel

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23 0 0 1 3 Neuschwanstein: Living Room 22 0 0 1 3 Neuschwanstein: Living Room 15 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON TABLE WHILE GUARD IS CLEANING UP WATER ON CHAIR)I think I'll stay out of the guard's way. 16 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TABLE IN NEUSCHWANSTEIN LIVING ROOM)These linens look seriously expensive -- and seriously old. 17 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON GUARD WHILE HE'S CLEANING UP WATER)I think he's busy at the moment. 18 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CHAIR BEFORE PUTTING WATER ON CHAIR)I'm surprised people don't sit in these chairs when the guard's not looking. 18 62 0 2 2 (RESPONSE TO LOOKING AT CHAIR IN NEUSCHWANSTEIN BEFORE PUTTING WATER ON IT)Hmmmm.... 19 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON CHAIR SECOND TIME BEFORE PUTTING WATER ON CHAIR, THOUGHTFUL)I don't want to sit in the chair, but perhaps there's a way to convince the guard that someone else did? 20 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CHAIR WHEN WATER IS ON CHAIR)That water stain sure LOOKS bad. 21 100 0 1 2 (TRY TO USE WATER ON CHAIR WHILE GUARD IS IN THE ROOM, DEVIOUS)Not a bad thought, but I'd better wait until no one's watching. 1 62 0 1 5 This is the king's living room. The walls are decorated with scenes from the "Lohengrin" saga. The king first saw Wagner's opera "Lohengrin" when he was 16, and it so affected him that he considered it a form of enlightenment. 1 62 0 2 5 The tragedy of Lohengrin was his essential loneliness. This, too, was Ludwig's own fate. 1 62 0 3 5 Ludwig withdrew more and more into his fantasy world of epic heroes and absolute monarchy -- an ideal he was determined to create in his castles if he could not have it in real life. He wanted only to be alone with his dreams -- so much so that even his servants were kept at a distance and were not allowed to look at him. 1 62 0 4 2 (AFTER LISTENING TO TOUR TAPE MESSAGE ABOUT LUDWIG NOT WANTING HIS SERVANTS TO LOOK AT HIM, SAD)What were you afraid they'd see? 2 62 0 1 5 The swan motif is featured throughout the castle, but it is particularly prominent in this room. Both the swan and the lily were symbols Ludwig associated with himself. They represented his ideals of majesty and purity. 2 62 0 2 5 The painting behind the swan shows Lohengrin's arrival. 8 62 1 1 5 The miracle of the grail. 7 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT TABLE CLOTH IN LIVING ROOM)More swans.


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11 0 0 1 3 Neuschwanstein: Grotto 12 62 0 1 2 (NEUSCHWANSTEIN GROTTO, TRY TO OPEN SECRET PANEL WHEN GUARD'S HEERE, FRUSTRATED)I'll never get away with it while there's a guard in the room. 13 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON SECRET PANEL AFTER GETTING OPERA)I don't need to get in that one again. 10 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON TABLE IN GROTTO, UNSURE)I don't think I need to move the table. 1 62 0 1 5 This is a reproduction of the grotto from the Tannh„user saga. In such places, Ludwig could pretend he was one of his beloved mythic heroes. 1 62 0 2 5 As the grotto personifies, the castles were solitary playgrounds built for Ludwig alone. He believed "the masses" were too coarse to appreciate fine art, and he seldom entertained guests. 1 62 0 3 5 In fact, Ludwig had a standing order that upon his death, the castles were to be destroyed. Fortunately, the estate was in such debt, that the castles were opened for paying tours only weeks after Ludwig's death. They haven't closed since. 1 62 0 4 5 It is one of the great ironies of Ludwig's story that the castles that he was 'insane' for building are now considered Bavaria's finest treasures. They have paid for their construction many times over. 2 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT GROTTO TABLE, CH 4)I can almost picture Ludwig in here. I wonder what he really dreamt about in this room?

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3 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP NEUSCHWANSTEIN SINGER'S HALL, CLICK ON DOVE FLYING IN HALL)I think I'll let the guard capture the pigeon by himself. 4 31 0 1 2 (PICKUP, TRY TO LET LOOSE DOVE IN MAIN PART OF HALL, PONDERING)Hmmm. Not a bad idea, but if I let the pigeon loose in here, it won't help me much. 5 0 0 1 2 (CLICK ON GUARD AFTER HE'S CAPTURED THE DOVE)He's had enough excitement for one day. 6 62 0 1 2 (CH 6 ONLY PONDERING)That adjoining hallway might be useful. 13 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CH 6 TRY TO LET DOVE OUT WINDOW)Letting the dove go out THERE wouldn't do much good. 7 62 0 1 2 8 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WOLF PAINTINGS, CH 6)These paintings DO represent scenes from Wagner's lost wolf opera! At least that's ONE mystery solved. 10 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WOLF OPERA PAINTINGS IN NEUS. SINGER'S HALL BEFORE HEARING TOUR TAPE)Why would Ludwig have wolf paintings in his castle? 11 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WOLF PAINTINGS AFTER HEARING TOUR TAPE DESCRIBE THEM, EXCITED)There MUST be a story behind these wolf paintings. But WHAT story? 12 62 0 1 5 (TOUR TAPE MSG FOR C.U. OF VIEW FROM SINGER'S HALL)Ludwig's childhood castle, Hohenschwangau, is visible from the lookout in the Singer's Hall. 14 62 0 1 5 (PICKUP, READING TITLES OF WOLF PAINTINGS IN SINGER'S HALL)Englehart and the Blacksmith. 15 62 0 1 5 (PICKUP, READING TITLES OF WOLF PAINTINGS IN SINGER'S HALL)Englehart courts Hildegunde. 16 62 0 1 5 (PICKUP, READING TITLES OF WOLF PAINTINGS IN SINGER'S HALL)The hunters track down Engelhart and Hildegunde. 17 62 0 1 5 (PICKUP, READING TITLES OF WOLF PAINTINGS IN SINGER'S HALL)Hildegunde's imprisonment. 18 62 0 1 5 (PICKUP, READING TITLES OF WOLF PAINTINGS IN SINGER'S HALL)The wedding feast of Hildegunde and the Baron. 19 62 0 1 5 (PICKUP, READING TITLES OF WOLF PAINTINGS IN SINGER'S HALL)The death of Engelhart. 1 62 0 1 5 This is the final room of our tour, the Singer's Hall. It was modeled after the Singer's Hall of the Wartburg castle where minstrel competitions were held in the 13th century. 1 62 0 2 5 The hall was build for small, private concerts, but Ludwig himself never gave one here. It is said that during the last few years of Wagner's life, he came to Neuschwanstein frequently and performed for the king alone in this room. 1 62 0 3 5 The hall is probably best known for it's enigmatic "wolf paintings." The original paintings were from the Parsival saga, but in 1882 Ludwig had them replaced, supplying the description and titles of the new paintings himself. While all of the other rooms in the castle show scenes from Wagner operas, the scenes in this room are not from any opera that anyone can identify. It is yet another of the many mysteries associated with the life of 'the Fairytale King.' 9 0 0 1 3 Neuschwanstein: Singer's Hall

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1 62 0 1 2 (ALTOTTING. READING 'MIRACLE' PLAQUES)These all say "Marie hat geholfen." -- "Mary helped." 2 62 0 1 2 (READING THE SIGN, FASCINATED)'Penitent offerings.' A replica is made for the part of the body you wish to have healed. The replica is offered to the Lady of Alt™tting as a token of faith. 3 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PENITENT GIFTS, CURIOUS)Silver body parts. 4 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)I wonder if these penitent gifts do any good? 5 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CRUTCHES, SLIGHTLY SAD)These must have been left here by people who were healed -- or thought they were. 6 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CROSSES, CURIOUS)I suppose the crosses are gifts from the cured. Or are they another means of petitioning the Lady? 7 62 0 1 2 (TURNING DOWN THE OFFER NERVOUSLY)I think I'll do my petitioning inside the chapel. 8 0 0 1 3 Alt™tting: Church Exterior

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1 62 0 1 2 (ALTOTTING MAIN CHAPEL, CLICK ON INNER SHRINE)The Madonna must be in that inner shrine. I'm not sure I can go back there by myself. 18 62 0 1 2 (MOVED OVER FROM ST GEORGE'S CHURCH MSGS)I don't want to disturb her. 19 62 0 1 2 (MOVED OVER FROM ST GEORGE'S CHURCH MSGS)I don't want to disturb him. 2 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON INNER SHRINE)I don't think I'm allowed back there without the priest. 3 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT WALLS IN CHAPEL, HUSHED)The walls are covered with silver penitent offerings. 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT PRIEST)He's praying for me. Good. I need all the help I can get. 5 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MADONNA STATUE, HUSHED)It's the Lady of Alt™tting. 6 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON ALTAR BEFORE GIVING MADONNA A GIFT)I feel guilty about being here to get in Ludwig's urn. I hope she knows that I mean no disrespect. 7 62 0 1 3 ***remove this msg and case -- click on altar only have a single msg now 8 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT BOX ON ALTAR)I think the box is for penitent offerings. 9 62 0 1 2 (WORRIEDLY)I don't have another gift. Maybe I should just pray. 10 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT DOOR IN INNER SHRINE, THOUGHTFUL)I think that door leads outside. 11 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON OPEN DOOR, LIGHTS OUT)Someone else will shut it! 12 62 0 1 2 (NERVOUS, ABOUT TO OPEN CHAPEL DOOR AND LET IN WIND)I hope this works. 13 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CHAIR UNDER URNS)If I could get away with moving that chair, I could reach the urns. 14 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT URNS IN CHAPEL)The heart urns! 15 62 0 1 2 (LIGHTS ARE OUT, CLICK ON NICHE WITHOUT MOVING CHAIR FIRST)I can't reach the urns! 16 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON URN NICHE, LIGHTS ON)I think I know which one is Ludwig's, but how am I going to get it down? 17 0 0 1 3 Alt™tting: Chapel

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1 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, NEED A BIT NICER, ALTOTTING PRIEST'S OFFICE, CLICK ON PRIEST AFTER FIRST CONVERSATION)I'm not making myself understood. 2 0 0 1 2 (TRY TO GET PRIEST TO TAKE YOU TO SHRINE)He won't take me into the shrine until the service is over. 4 10 0 1 2 (CLICK ON WATER BOTTLES AFTER GETTING ONE)I don't need another bottle. 5 62 0 1 2 6 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT WATER BOTTLES AT ALTOTTING)Mary's water. It looks like they want a donation. 3 0 0 1 3 Alt™tting: Priest's Office

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1 62 0 1 2 (THEATER FOYER, TRY TO ENTER AUDITORIUM AFTER OPERA STARTS)I don't need to go through the auditorium. I'd disrupt the performance. 2 62 0 1 2 (EMBARRASSED)I can't go wandering all over the theater dressed like this! People are being seated! 3 62 0 1 2 (DETERMINED NOT TO GO SEE GABRIEL)I don't have any more time to fool around with Mr. Mouth. He'll be all right down there by himself. 9 62 0 1 2 I don't need to go that way at the moment. 4 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, READING OPERA SIGN IN THEATER FOYER)Der Fluch des Englehart, by Richard Wagner. Conducted by Herr Claus Immerding and Herr Georg Immerding. 4 62 0 2 2 (PICKUP, CH 6, COMMENTING ON OPERA POSTER, PROUD AND NERVOUS)I can't believe we've pulled it off! 5 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TAKE SECOND PROGRAM)I already have a program. 6 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT USHER)He's Paul, the head usher. 8 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, CLICK ON THEATER DOORS, ANXIOUS)I could use some fresh air, but I don't have time to go outside! 10 62 0 1 2 "I don't think he'd be interested in that." 7 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Foyer

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1 62 0 1 2 (THEATER AUDITORIUM. CLICK ON SECOND LEVEL DOORS)There's no easy way to get there from inside the auditorium. 2 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO GET GRACE ON STAGE)I'm nervous enough. Thank God it's not ME on that stage tonight. 3 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON GEORG--HAVEN'T SEEN TO DO LIST YET)I'm not sure what else to say to Georg. 4 0 0 1 2 (CLICK ON GEORG AFTER DISCUSSION 'DISTRACTION' WITH HIM)I've given Georg enough to worry about. 5 62 0 1 2 (DOUBTFUL)I'm not sure what else to say at the moment. 6 62 0 1 2 (VERY DISCOURAGED)There's nothing else I can say to him that will make any difference now. 7 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Auditorium

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1 62 0 1 2 (THEATER OFFICE, TRY TO PUT ON DRESS BEFORE OVERTURE)I'm not ready to get dressed yet. 2 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT BULLETIN BOARD)Old playbills and schedules. 3 62 0 1 2 (UNINTERESTED)I don't need anything from my purse. 4 62 0 1 2 (UNINTERESTED)A lot of theater junk. 5 96 0 1 2 (DOESN'T WANT TO SHOW HIM THE LETTER BUT FEELS GUILTY ABOUT IT)I'll show him von Glower's letter. Eventually. 7 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP. TRY TO TALK TO GABE IN THEATER OFFICE AFTER FIRST TIME, ANXIOUS)I should let him rest ... while he still can. 6 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Office

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1 62 0 1 2 (PENSIVE)The handles look sturdy. 2 62 0 1 2 (WORRIED)I have to hide that rope. An usher might see it and take it off. 23 22 0 1 2 (WORRIED)I'm not even sure von Glower's IN there. 3 62 0 1 2 (WORRIED)I never did find the key. 4 62 0 1 2 (WORRIED)That rope will have to do. I don't have the key. 5 0 0 1 2 (DISAPPOINTED)That key doesn't fit. 6 0 0 1 2 (THEATER UPSTAIRS HALL, DISAPPOINTED)That won't work on the lock. 26 0 0 1 2 (THEATER UPSTAIRS HALL, DISAPPOINTED)That won't work. 7 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MITTLE LOGE DOORS, CURIOUS)I wonder what these nails are for? 8 33 0 1 2 (INTERESTED BUT DOUBTFUL)Hmmm. That's an idea, but the banner alone won't block the doors. It's not strong enough. 9 62 0 1 2 (ADMIRING)Great view of the stage. 10 62 0 1 2 (MILDLY CURIOUS)Those other seats don't look nearly as good as the ones in this box. 11 62 0 1 2 (MENTALLY CHECKING OFF POINTS OF HER INSPECTION)We're isolated from other seats in here. That's good. 12 62 0 1 2 (NOT VERY INTERESTED)Sure are a lot of spotlights out there. 13 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)I wonder if I can get one of those spotlights trained on this box? 14 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)One of those spotlights is mine. 15 62 0 1 2 (LOOKING DOWN FROM MITTEL LOGE)It's a LONG way down. 16 62 0 1 2 (FIRM, CONFIDENT)Von Glower wouldn't be able to escape that way. That's good. 17 62 0 1 2 (NOT VERY INTERESTED)These seats look comfortable. 18 62 0 1 2 (NOT VERY INTERESTED)It's the door. 19 62 0 1 2 (PENSIVE)The handles look sturdy. 20 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO USE ROPE ON DOORS BEFORE DECIDING TO SEAT VON GLOWER HERE)I'm not sure why I'd want to do that. 21 62 0 1 2 (INTERESTED)That might work, but I'll have to wait until von Glower's in here. 22 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)At least there's a lock. It looks like it hasn't been used in a long time, though. 25 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT ARCHWAY IN HALLWAY, DISINTERESTED)The restrooms are back there. I don't need to go that way at the moment. 24 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Center Hall

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1 62 0 1 1 (THEATER BACKSTAGE, IRRITATED)I can't go out into the main hall. 2 62 0 1 2 (THEATER BACKSTAGE, DRY)I have NO desire to go out on stage. 3 62 0 1 1 (DARK BUT THOUGHTFUL)I'm not quite ready for my big debut. 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK TOWARDS DRESSING ROOMS)The dressing rooms are back there. They're probably a mad house right now. 5 22 0 1 2 (TRY TO RETURN ROPE TO PULLEY)It wouldn't do much good to put it back now. 6 35 0 1 1 (TRY TO RETURN TAPE TO PULLEY)Nah. They'll find something else. 7 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, CH 6 SO DARK)Wonder if this tape is being used for anything? 8 62 0 1 2 (CONFIDENT)They'll find something else to use with the pulley. 9 62 0 1 1 (MILDLY CURIOUS)Wonder if this pulley is being used for anything? 9 62 0 2 1 Ah, hell. Who cares. 10 62 0 1 1 (SARCASTIC, AFTER TAKING TAPE)Serves them right. They should have used rope. 11 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)That rope might come in handy. 14 62 0 1 2 It's a pulley. 12 62 0 1 1 (SNEAKY)That roll of tape might be useful. 13 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Backstage

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1 62 0 1 1 (THEATER DRESING ROOM, TRY TO LEAVE IN COSTUME)"Englehart's" already on stage. I'd better not be seen like this just yet. 2 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO LEAVE WHEN ENGLEHART IS HERE)There're people outside, and they're expecting "Engelhart." 3 62 0 1 1 (DARKLY THOUGHTFUL)These look like costumes for the male lead in the opera, Engelhart. 4 36 0 1 1 (HURRIED)Don't think I have time for a make up job just now. 5 62 0 1 1 (HURRIED)There's no time to check my hair now! 6 62 0 1 1 (CLICK ON MIRROR WHEN ENGLEHART IS HERE)Someone else is usin' it at the moment. 7 36 0 1 1 (TRY TO PUT POWDER ON MIRROR, ENGLEHART IS HERE)I should have thought of that BEFORE. 8 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Dressing Room

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23 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO EXIT SPOTLIGHT ROOM WITHOUT TURNING OFF LIGHT)I shouldn't leave the light on. 1 62 0 1 2 (THEATER SPOTLIGHT ROOM, TRY TO TURN ON SPOTLIGHT WHEN WINDOW IS CLOSED)It's a spotlight, all right. But it won't do much good shining in this closed room. 2 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TURN ON SPOTLIGHT AFTER AIMING IT)I have the spotlight aimed already. I don't want to chance burning out the light before it's time to use it. 3 62 0 1 2 (WORRIED)I SHOULD try to aim the spotlight, but I haven't decided where to seat von Glower yet. 22 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO MOVE SPOTLIGHT HANDLE WHEN SPOTLIGHT IS OFF)No point in aiming it until it's on. 4 62 0 1 2 I've aimed the spotlight already. I don't want to move it. 5 34 0 1 2 (TRY TO USE OPERA GLASSES WHEN SPOTLIGHT IS ON)I don't need the opera glasses to see where the spotlight is aimed. 6 34 0 1 2 (TRY TO USE GLASSES ON GENERAL AUDITORIUM OPENING)Those won't help unless I have something specific to look at. 7 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON STAGE)It's the stage. 8 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON STAGE DURING OVERTURE)The curtains are still closed for the overture. 9 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON STAGE FROM SPOTLIGHT ROOM, ACT I)Act I is on stage. 10 34 0 1 2 (USE OPERA GLASSES ON STAGE BEFORE OVERTURE)There's nothing to see out there. 11 34 0 1 2 (TRY TO USE OPERA GLASSES TO SEE STAGE AFTER OVERTURE)I'm too worried to enjoy the performance! 12 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MITTLE LOGE FROM SPOTLIGHT ROOM, BEFORE DECIDING TO SEAT VON GLOWER THERE, MILDLY INTERESTED)That's a nice box over there. 13 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)I believe that's the Mittel Loge box over there. 14 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT MITTLE LOGE FROM SPOTLIGHT ROOM AFTER DECIDING TO SEAT VON GLOWER THERE, DEVIOUS)There's the hot seat. 15 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON MITTLE LOGE WITHOUT USING OPERA GLASSES, WORRIED)Von Glower should be in there by now, but I can't see much from here. 16 62 0 1 2 (LOOKING AT VON GLOWER THROUGH OPERA GLASSES)Von Glower seems to be settled in. 17 34 0 1 2 (TRY TO USE GLASSES BEFORE OPERA STARTS)There's nothing much to look at yet. 18 34 0 1 2 (TRY TO USE OPERA GLASSES ON MITTLE LOGE AFTER SEEING VON GLOWER ONCE ALREADY, WORRIED)I already know he's there! Now I need to make sure he doesn't get out! 19 62 0 1 2 (THOUGHTFUL)I could shine the spotlight just about anywhere, if I wanted to. 20 34 0 1 2 (PENSIVE)I don't have time to people watch. 21 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Spotlight Room

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1 62 0 1 1 (THEATER BASEMENT, TRY TO TAKE GABRIEL UP TO FOYER)I can't go up there. If the ushers see me, they'll call security. 2 62 0 1 2 (LOOK IN PANEL BOX)Not much in here. 14 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, TRY TO OPEN PANEL BOX AFTER GETTING KEYS CH 6)There's nothing else IN there. 15 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT DRAINS IN FLOOR BASEMENT OF THEATER, CH 6)Lots of drains around here. At least they don't have to worry about flooding! 16 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, LOOK AT DRAINS IN FLOOR BASEMENT OF THEATER, CH 6, DARK)Drains, drains, drains. Feel like I'm on a giant emballing table. 17 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, LOOK AT OTHER ITEMS IN BASEMENT OF THEATER, CH 6, DARK)I can't do anythin' with THAT. 18 62 0 1 2 (PICKUP, LOOK AT OTHER ITEMS IN BASEMENT OF THEATER, CH 6, DARK)They need to do some cleaning up down here. 3 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT EMPTY PANEL BOX, CRANKY)It's empty! 4 62 0 1 1 (CRANKY)I don't need anything from the prop room. Besides, Gracie locked the door. 5 37 0 1 2 (TRY TO LOCK PROP ROOM BEFORE CHECKING IT OUT)Maybe I should see what's in there before I lock it. 6 37 0 1 2 (DOUBTFUL)I don't need to lock the door until Gabriel's in there. 7 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT FLOOR LATCHES ON BASEMENT DOORS)How quaint! These little latches hold the doors open. 8 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT FLOOR LATCHES, BARELY CURIOUS)Interestin' door latches around here. 9 62 0 1 2 (A BIT SHIVERY)If I started closing these basement doors, I'd never find my way out. 10 62 0 1 1 (AS IF AN INTERESTING IDEA BUT NOT VERY LOGICAL)Hmmm. I can't think of any reason to be closin' these doors at the moment. 12 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP WILD TRACK FOR SCENE 905, CHECKING KEYS ON PROP ROOM DOOR CH 6)It locks! Great! 13 62 0 1 1 (PICK UP, CH 6--TRY TO PUT VENT COVER BACK ON AFTER FIRST TIME, DARK AND CRANKY)It's no use. I broke the damn thing! 19 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, CH 6--LOOK AT VENT IN BASEMENT, NOT REAL INTERESTED)Cool air's coming in through that vent. It must lead outside. 20 62 0 1 2 (PICK UP, CH 6--LOOK AT VENT IN BASEMENT, DOUBTFUL)I don't think I need to mess with the vent. If I want to go outside, I can use the doors upstairs. 11 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Basement Hall

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1 62 0 1 1 (USE INVENTORY ITEMS ON DOOR, DOUBTFUL)I can't open the door with that! 2 37 0 1 2 (USE KEYS ON PROP ROOM DOOR AFTER FIRST TIME)I've already tested the keys. They work. 3 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT LARGE PROP, NOT VERY INTERESTED)Looks like an old set piece. 4 62 0 1 1 (USE INVENTORY ITEMS NO VENT COVER, DOUBTFUL)That wouldn't be much help. 6 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, CH 6 CLICK ON OTHER ITEMS IN PROP ROOM, WEREWOLF MODE)There's nothin' but a lot of useless junk in here! 7 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, CH 6-- TRY TO LIFT THE VENT COVER WITHOUT DAGGER AFTER FIRST ATTEMPT, VERY DARK)I can't move it! 8 62 0 1 2 A lot of theater junk. 5 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Prop Room

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1 62 0 1 2 (THEATER FURNACE ROOM, DOUBTFUL)I've already put plenty of coal in there. I don't need to open the door. 2 62 0 1 2 (DOUBTFUL)I don't think I should open the door while the furnace is burning. 3 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO OPEN DOOR AS GABRIEL/HUMAN)If I open that door, the fire might go out, and I'm freezin'! 4 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT FURNACE BEFORE LIGHTING IT)The furnace doesn't appear to be running at the moment. 5 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT FURNACE AFTER LIGHTING IT, SAD)That should make Gabriel feel better. 6 62 0 1 1 (LOOK AT FIRE, SICK, WISTFUL)That fire feels great. I wish I could just curl up next to it and sleep. 7 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO LIGHT FURNACE-- SECOND TIME)The furnace is already lit. 8 62 0 1 1 (TRY TO ADJUST CONTROLS)It seems to be running okay. I don't want to mess with the controls. 19 62 0 1 1 (PICKUP, CH 6 TRY TO GET COAL IN FURNACE ROOM, CRANKY)The fire doesn't need any more coal! 9 62 0 1 2 (WORRIED, THOUGHTFUL)I'm not sure it's a great idea to light the pilot without any fuel in the furnace. 10 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO LIGHT PILOT TWICE)The pilot is already lit. 11 62 0 1 2 The fire's going good now. I don't want to mess with the controls. 12 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO ADJUST CONTROLS WITHOUT LIGHTING PILOT)I don't think this is working for some reason. 13 62 0 1 2 (ADJUST FURNACE CONTROLS INCORRECTLY)I don't hear anything. 14 62 0 1 2 (FIRE LIGHTS UP, PLEASED)There we go. 15 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO PUT COAL IN FURNACE AFTER FIRE IS LIT)The furnace doesn't need any more coal. 16 62 0 1 2 (FINAL SCENE WITH WOVLES, TRY TO OPEN DOOR WHEN IT'S ALREADY OPEN, URGENT)It's already open! 18 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON VON GLOWER THE WOLF WHILE PLAYING GRACE)I can't attack him by myself! 17 0 0 1 3 Wittelsbacher Theater: Furnace Room

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1 0 0 1 3 Schloss Ritter: Gabriel's Bedroom

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8 62 0 1 2 (RITTERSBERG POST OFFICE, LOOK AT POST OFFICE CH 2, SARCASTIC)So this is where I've been sending Gabriel's fan mail. 1 44 0 1 3 ***Dummy message 1 9 0 1 2 (TRY TO GIVE UNADDRESSED PACKAGE TO POST OFFICE LADY)I have to get an address first. 2 10 0 1 2 (TRY TO GIVE FRAU GELDER MONEY BEFORE TRYING TO MAIL SOMETHING)She hasn't asked me for money. 3 62 0 1 2 (TRY TO TALK TO FRAU GELDER)My German isn't good enough for chit chat. 9 62 0 1 2 (CLICK ON POST OFFICE WINDOW--FRAU GELDER NOT THERE)There's no one there.

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17 3 0 1 3 Did the werewolf ever change back? 19 3 0 1 3 Church File 8 3 0 1 3 Church Records 9 3 0 1 3 Himself 10 3 0 1 3 Ludwig II 11 3 0 1 3 Rittersberg 12 3 0 1 3 This Building 13 3 0 1 3 Trial Records 15 3 0 1 3 What happened to the alleged werewolf? 16 3 0 1 3 Where was the werewolf kept while it was here? 18 3 0 1 3 Why did they want to find out who the man was? 14 3 0 1 3 Why did they bring the werewolf to Rittersberg?

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1 62 0 1 2 (DUNGEON, CLICK ON BARS)Those bars won't budge. 2 62 0 1 2 (DUNGEON, LOOK AT CLAW MARKS--PROOF OF THE VON RALICK STORY)Claw marks! There was an animal in here! 3 62 0 1 2 (LOOK AT CHURCH THROUGH WINDOW, THOUGHTFUL)That's the church in the square.

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1 62 0 1 2 (ST GEORG CHURCH, LOOK AT STATUE)St. George. Patron saint of the Schattenj„gers.

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3 3 0 1 3 Himself 7 3 0 1 3 Ludwig II 8 3 0 1 3 Ludwig II 9 3 0 1 3 Bismark 10 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 11 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 12 3 0 1 3 The Black Wolf 4 3 0 1 3 Ludwig's Diary 13 3 0 1 3 Hunting Accident 14 3 0 1 3 Hunting Accident 5 3 0 1 3 Midnight Sleigh Rides 6 3 0 1 3 Servant's Fears

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1 0 0 1 3 Alt™tting: Church Exterior

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