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SERIES SUMMARY: Edit

DEPENDS ON SERIES:
Assay Astray
REQUIRED FOR SERIES:
Mischievous Morals
Release Date: October 30, 2014
Number of Pickaxes: 9-13
Minimum Amount of Time to Uncover Items in the Canyon: 28:00:00
Quest Structures Uncovered and Built:
Shakespeare's Ages of Man
Catalogue Items Purchased, Built, or Planted:
None
Structures and Collectables Needed:
None
What the Colors Mean:
Quest Dialog Old Mine Instructions Quest Instructions Quest Completion Dialog and Reward
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QUESTS:Edit

QUEST: All The World's A StageEdit

Ms. Emma: "All the world's a stage,

And all the men and women merely players..." "They have their exits and entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages."

Follow Emma to the canyon as she recites her poem!

Tap the Canyon to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 2
Clean the debris off of the stage.

Tap the area to Clear.

Clock med: 04:00:00
Carson: That's a right purty poem yer recitin', Miss! What's it about?
QUEST COMPLETE!
“The whole thing is staged, Carson!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: Monologue MetaphorEdit

Ms. Emma: The 'poem' is actually a monologue from William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It"!

Man is "at first the infant, Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms... Then the whining school-boy with his satchel..."

Find the first poem piece in the canyon.

Tap the Canyon to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 3
Retrieve the golden pacifier!

Tap the Golden Pacifier to Collect.

Clock med: 03:00:00
Ms. Emma: The monologue is an extended metaphor for the different stages we go through at different times in our lives!

Isn't the comparison simply genius?

QUEST COMPLETE!
“What do you call a lonely piece of wood? A mono-log!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: Simple SchoolboyEdit

Ms. Emma: The first 'roles' we play are those of simple children: the baby and the schoolboy.

Mr. Carson, you wouldn't mind demonstrating for our student, would you? Excellent!

Give Carson the golden pacifier while on-stage!

Tap Shakespeare's Ages of Man to Upgrade.

Clock med: 02:00:00
Carson: Ugh... I don't feel so good, pard. Where's my Mama when I need her?
QUEST COMPLETE!
“Carson's a real Mama's b'hoy!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: Fervent FellerEdit

Ms. Emma: "And then the lover,

Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad Made to his mistress' eyebrow." "Then, a soldier, Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard, Jealous in honour, sudden, and quick in quarrel..."

Search the Old Mine for the second poem piece.

Tap the Old Mine to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 1 - 3
Retrieve the golden dagger.

Tap the Golden Dagger to Collect.

Carson: That's kind 'a ya, Miss, but I ain't no love-sick feller chirpin' at the moon.
QUEST COMPLETE!
“He ain't no bearded pard, either!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: Fawning FellaEdit

Ms. Emma: Are you so sure of that, Mr. Carson?

You are not yet a hot-tempered 'soldier'; therefore, you must currently be playing the 'lover'!

Give Carson the golden dagger while on-stage!

Tap Shakespeare's Ages of Man to Upgrade.

Clock med: 08:00:00
Carson: Miss Ruby, I sing for thee! Thy sleek brow, thy subtle cheek...
QUEST COMPLETE!
“Carson's a mild-mannered feller alright!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: Wise GuyEdit

Carson: Pard, all these changes are mighty perturbin'. I think it's time to take matters inta my own hands!
Join Carson as he treks through the mine.

Tap the Old Mine to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 1 - 3
Retrieve the golden scales.

Tap the Golden Scales to Collect.

Carson: How odd... I must say, I quite suddenly feel rather erudite!

All has been laid bare before me, friend: passionate youth, the middle years, and even eventual senescence.

QUEST COMPLETE!
“Senescence' means the process of growing old!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: Aged On-StageEdit

Ms. Emma: The scale represents the wisdom and experience acquired with age that permit a true understanding of justice.
Add the golden scales to the stage!

Tap Shakespeare's Ages of Man to Upgrade.

Clock med: 02:00:00
Carson: I'm gittin' a bit tired, pard. Might need ta sit down or somethin'...
QUEST COMPLETE!
“Sounds like he now has a real sense of scale!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: Sans SensesEdit

Ms. Emma: That is because the final stage is old age, Carson. As Shakespeare so eloquently put it:

"Last scene of all... Is second childishness and mere oblivion, Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything."

Search the canyon for the final poem piece.

Tap the Canyon to Explore.

Pickaxe med: 2
Retrieve the golden cane.

Tap the Golden Cane to Collect.

Clock med: 03:00:00
Carson: What's that, whippersnapper? I cain't hardly hear ya, you'll have ta speak up.
QUEST COMPLETE!
“I bet Carson didn't think he'd ever hear himself say that!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: Rightful RestEdit

Ms. Emma: Here's your cane, Carson. You really should rest after walking around all day.
Give Carson the golden cane while on-stage!

Tap Shakespeare's Ages of Man to Upgrade.

Clock med: 06:00:00
Carson: Alright, you young'uns carry on. I'll jest be takin' a nap now...
QUEST COMPLETE!
“You cane't take a nap now, Carson!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25


QUEST: All The World's Been StagedEdit

Carson: Huh, that sure was somethin' else, Miss Emma! I think we kin all learn a lot from yer lesson today.
Contemplate Shakespeare's "Ages of Man" with Carson and Emma!

Tap Shakespeare's Ages of Man to Harvest. (1x)

Ms. Emma: We certainly did learn something today! Wouldn't you agree, friend?

Although... er, Mr. Carson, you won't be needing your cane anymore!

QUEST COMPLETE!
“This was a real 'life' lesson for Carson!”
REWARD Silver med: 100 Xp med: 25

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