I've added the discovery section for Gwen's story but I'm not 100% certain about the discovery in which you help to free the spirits. The first time I attempted this in discovery mode I noted there was some historical debate about how Gwen would have freed the spirits the first time (or something along the lines of that, I cannot exactly recall). I assume that meant if you screwed it up then you would not have discovered it. If it is wrong feel free to correct it. --Ember Silvermoon 06:05, 30 November 2007 (UTC)
not sure if i did that right
Well I've updated this page as much as i know how, I'm honestly not sure if i uploaded the pics right. If I've buggered anything up, I apologise in advance. -- Salome 11:52, 30 November 2007 (UTC)
- Apologies aren't enough, if you missed up we will crucify you. Mwuahahahah! Anon
Alice in Wonderland?
Just look at the pictures... that's the first thing that came to my mind. Not to mention the part when she went to the underground maze. --Lefy Piyero 13:10, 30 November 2007 (UTC)
- The artwork in Gwen's Story appears to be an obvious nod to Arthur Rackham's work, particularly his illustrations of Alice in Wonderland. Fictrix 12:21, 2 December 2007 (UTC)
- Seems plausiable. Triviafy it. ~~
The Discoveries to the book
I believe that the three discoveries you need to make in this book is escaping under 10 mins, finding 7 places to "hide" on the way to the foothills, and to help the spirits escape.