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Okay, so there were a couple of requests for a walkthrough/guide or something to find the other endings, so I'd figure I'd write up a quick page. Obviously there's going to be a few spoilers, but nothing new if you've played through the game before.


1. The first few choices are very minor and deal with the exploration of the room. They have no effect on much of anything. To move on, just go to the computer and wait if necessary. And yes, the fake book is a red herring.

2. You can read Elyse's journal if you want, but it also doesn't affect anything. Quit to move on.

3. The bathroom, cabinets, and shower choices are all completely optional. The fastest way to get going is to just use the computer again.

4. It makes no difference whether you read through the books, check the notes again, or examine the computer.

5. This next choice is a big one. There's no right or wrong, but it'll determine a large part of which ending you get. Choosing KUHOOK yields endings 1-3, LICOZY is 4-6, and AVBRANDY is 7-9. Each of those sets has a bad/okay/good ending.

6. All routes then have an choice. Each way changes the flavor a little bit, but does nothing to affect the final ending.

7. Final choice between the terminals. This affects bad/okay/good ending.

If you chose KUHOOK first:
- LICOZY -> ending #1
- AVBRANDY -> ending #2
- KUHOOK -> ending #3

If you chose LICOZY first:
- LICOZY -> ending #4
- KUHOOK -> ending #5
- AVBRANDY -> ending #6

If you chose AVBRANDY first:
- LICOZY -> ending #7
- KUHOOK -> ending #8
- AVBRANDY -> ending #9

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I kind of feel bad for Cecelia, although she dosent really exsist.
I don't understand Ending 1.

If LICOZY used his FFALERT to free Seth, how could he have gotten my escape code?

I feel like I must be missing something, but however hard I think about it I just don't get it. Every other ending I've reached so far has made perfect sense and the game is really well-written, so surely such a huge flaw in the story can't really be present. I'd really appreciate it if someone could clear this up.
author=Ichimaru_Gin
I kind of feel bad for Cecelia, although she dosent really exsist.

JESEUS SPOLERS.
Actually, anyone reading that having not played KUHOOK's route would probably assume that he simply meant Cecilia was a fictional character. Now that you've said that, though, people certainly will suspect something. >_>
author=Drifloon
Actually, anyone reading that having not played KUHOOK's route would probably assume that he simply meant Cecilia was a fictional character. Now that you've said that, though, people certainly will suspect something. >_>

Fair point, I put it in hide tags.
I think I got the best possible ending on my second try, because on my first try, I think I already understood the point of the game. However, I don't understand the reasoning that I was expected to use between the choice I made on the first try and second try, because both seemed valid to me. This is further discussed below: WARNING COMPLETE SPOILER ALERT


When I first had to choose who to talk to, I chose LICOZY because I remembered that the message left by the captor seemed to reward or suggest co-operation, so it seemed like a good idea to open lines with the 3rd and mistrusted person. When LICOZY presented me with the final decision, I was convinced right away that the point of this exercise and the game was a case of "Prisoner's Dilemma". So I knew I had to free either Seth or Cecilia. I chose Seth first, partly because it seemed he was in the most danger, but it turns out I had to choose Cecilia to free everyone, which I suppose is the best ending. But I don't understand what's the reasoning behind choosing Cecilia instead of Seth?
That's the point. Who would you free?? a dying prisoner, or free everyone, with the risk of letting the prisoner die ???.
No, but there's no obvious reason as to why I should conclude that freeing one person first instead of the other will somehow result in everyone not being freed.


If I free Seth, he can free Cecilia, she can free LICOZY, and LICOZY can free me.
If I free Cecilia, she can free LICOZY, he can free Seth, and Seth can free me.

Both appear to be valid reasoning, and freeing Seth first seems like the morally correct choice since he's already dying.

Also, just to clarify, I got ending #5 where everyone escapes. But it turns out in ending #9 everyone escapes too. Weird.
Thats exactly the point. Look at the tree. Cecilia is the master. Seth is a plant (?). If you choose any of those 2 options, they will result on licozy not being Released.
No, that's not true. Have you seen the ending that I'm referring to?

I explained in my original post that choosing to talk to LICOZY and then choosing to free Cecilia results in everyone being freed.
Mmmm really??? let me replay the game, it was a long time since i played it.

Yeah i think you are right, if i free Licozy he can free seth and seth can free Cecilia.
author=Drifloon
I don't understand Ending 1.

If LICOZY used his FFALERT to free Seth, how could he have gotten my escape code?

I feel like I must be missing something, but however hard I think about it I just don't get it. Every other ending I've reached so far has made perfect sense and the game is really well-written, so surely such a huge flaw in the story can't really be present. I'd really appreciate it if someone could clear this up.


I'm not entirely sure— and maybe you've already figured it out in the two years since you posted this— but
I think LICOZY freed Seth, and then Seth got your code, which LICOZY then passed on to you.
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