“Dropping down a level”

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“Dropping down a level”

Postby Coloradobluesguy » Fri Mar 30, 2018 4:31 pm

I’ve seen posts about dropping down a level, so when dropping down a level is that where you get to the point where you turn the shaft where it’s right at the beginning or is there an audible click?
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Re: “Dropping down a level”

Postby mattangel » Mon Apr 02, 2018 8:08 pm

Dropping down, hearing a click, and the shaft loosening are all signs that you’ve fallen into a trap. With exceptions, this means that you have to return to the start with the shaft fully inserted into the sleeve.

The clicking noise that you hear is the spring loaded maze pin falling off of the path and hitting the floor or the trap.


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