Treasure Trails - Puzzles
**Note: you MUST complete your puzzle before you log out. If you log out of the game before you finish it, any progress you've made on solving it will be lost. The puzzle always resets itself when you log out of the game. When you finish your puzzle, return and speak to the NPC you got it from in the first place. Remember...do this BEFORE you log out!
Celtic Knot Puzzles
Celtic knot puzzles are only available to Clue scrolls (elite). You will have to move three tracks (blue, grey and red) until every intersection has a matching rune on the top and bottom of the interlacing tracks. When two of the same runes are on top of each other because the rune is the same on both intersecting tracks, a green ring will appear on the rune. A red ring means there are different runes on two intersecting tracks. The goal of this puzzle is to have green rings at every intersection. Below are a view visual examples in the form of an image and a video which will help you understand the puzzle enough to solve it.
You can move the tracks clockwise or anticlockwise by clicking on the relevant arrow. Once all intersections have matching runes, press 'Unlock' and you will have completed the puzzle.
An unfinished and a finished puzzle
Celtic Knot Brute Force Method User Video
Video by wyodaniel :: Used on Tip.It with permission
**Note: Like the slider puzzles, you MUST complete your puzzle before you log out. If you log out of the game before you finish it, any progress you've made on solving it will be lost. The puzzle always resets itself when you log out of the game. When you finish your puzzle, click Unlock immediately. Remember to do this BEFORE you log out!
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Last updated by: Jaffy1
Last updated on: 16-Nov-2011
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