Tale of Woe Plot Coverage
Day 6: October 25th
Day 6 of the plot is officially over!
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You will not need to do these steps to continue on with the plot. (Just skip to the next section.)
Chapter 6 of the "A Tale of Woe" story is up. Read it here.
After reading, you can begin the plot!
1. Head back to the Caretaker.
Hit 'Visit the Graveyards'. Find a graveyard and click on it.
Well, now that the Caretaker's all upset that we dug up half the Haunted Woods looking for the Spirit of Slumber's bones, we're going to have to do this name-elimination business a little more, uh, quietly.
That Caretaker really is scary when he's angry!
I kind of, um, stole his graveyard reference books after we found the Spirit's bones. So he's even more angry now.
A wise choice.
Look, here's the first thirty graveyards we should check. Once we've gone through every grave, I'll take it off the list and put on some new ones. Let's get going!
2. Find an unmarked grave (it'll look like this):
NOT LIKE THIS:
The only difference is the tiny red 'x' on the top right corner of the gravestone.
Click on the grave and look for this message:
It looks like nobody's marked this grave yet! You should write down the name and date of death and go find the name in the books so you can cross it off!
You should then visit the Caretaker and find the shelf that matches the month on the gravestone.
Where'd the Caretaker go?
Must be taking a break.
Which shelf has the book we need?
Uh... I don't know. Let's pick one and figure it out.
Occasionally, you will get this message:
Hey! You're the ones who dug up all the graveyards, and then stole my books! GET OUT!
AHHH!! RUN AWAY!
Just keep refreshing the page and eventually you will be allowed to access the shelves again.
3. You will see a list of names when you go to the correct shelf. Click on the arrows on the bottom to navigate through the pages. Click on the same name that is written on your gravestone to cross it off the list!
If you do things correctly, you will get this:
Good work! Only countless thousands more names to go.
If you click on the wrong name, your grave will become unmarked again!
That's the wrong name! You're going to screw everything up if you don't keep track properly!
Just go find a different name, okay? I'll unmark the grave you got wrong.
4. You should now repeat this process as many times as you want.
5. After all the names were crossed off, this message appeared:
We did it! We eliminated every name except one.
Well? What name is it?
"Jubart Igig." How unusual. Very unlike most of the other names we found. Maybe it's an anagram of something... Nah.