15. Wandertag
Heute soll die Schlange vetrieben werden, um das Gebiet dahinter zu erforschen, das ich auf dem Rückweg stets unbeachtet ließ.
Welcome to Adventure!!  Would you like instructions?
   N -  E - GET LAMP - XYZZY - ON -E - GET CAGE - PIT
   E - GET BIRD - W - D - D - THROW BIRD - DROP CAGE - N
You are in a low north/south passage at a hole in the floor.  The 
hole goes down to an east/west passage. 
There are bars of silver here!
   E - W - N
You are in a large room, with a passage to the south, a passage to the
west, and a wall of broken rock to the east.  There is a large "Y2" on
a rock in the room's center.
   Y2
I don't know how to apply that word here. 
You're at "Y2". 
A hollow voice says "PLUGH".
   PLUGH
You're inside building. 
   PLUGH
You're at "Y2". 
A hollow voice says "PLUGH".
Mit PLUGH ist ein gegenüber XYZZY noch schnellerer Weg in die Höhle gefunden, sogar an der Schlange vorbei, die man also nur verjagen muß, um an die Juwelen zu kommen.
   E
You are in a jumble of rock, with cracks everywhere.
   E - W - N - S - U
You're in Hall of Mists.
Rough stone steps lead up the dome. 
   BACK
You are in a jumble of rock, with cracks everywhere.
   D
You're at "Y2". 
   W
You're at a low window overlooking a huge pit, which extends up out of
sight.  A floor is indistinctly visible over 50 feet below.  Traces of
white mist cover the floor of the pit, becoming thicker to the right. 
Marks in the dust around the window would seem to indicate that 
someone has been here recently.  Directly across the pit from you and 
25 feet away there is a similar window looking into a lighted room.  A
shadowy figure can be seen there peering back at you. 
The shadowy figure seems to be trying to attract your attention.
   BACK
You're at "Y2". 
   N - S
You are in a low north/south passage at a hole in the floor.  The 
hole goes down to an east/west passage. 
There are bars of silver here!
Damit ist eine kurze Verbindung zwischen der Dunsthalle und Y2 an der Schlange vorbei gefunden. Nun muß nur noch der Weg in die Tiefe gesucht werden, über den ich schon mehrfach aus der Höhle herauskam.
   E - W - U - D
You are in a dirty broken passage.  To the east is a crawl.  To the 
west is a large passage.  Above you is a hole to another passage. 
   E
You are on the brink of a small clean climbable pit.  A crawl leads 
west. 
   E - W
You're in Dirty Passage.
   E - N - S - U - D
You are in the bottom of a small pit with a little stream, which
enters and exits through tiny slits.
   BACK - W - W
You are in a large room full of dusty rocks.  There is a big hole in
the floor.  There are cracks everywhere, and a passage leading east.
   E
You're in Dirty Passage.
   W - W - N - S - U - D
You are at a complex junction.  A low hands and knees passage from the
north joins a higher crawl from the east to make a walking passage
going west.  There is also a large room above.  The air is damp here. 
   E
You are in an anteroom leading to a large passage to the east.  Small 
passages go west and up.  The remnants of recent digging are evident. 
A sign in midair here says: "Cave under construction beyond this point. 
Proceed at own risk.  [Witt Construction Company]"
There are a few recent issues of "Spelunker Today" magazine here. 
Dort will ich mich heute nicht verlaufen und lieber sehen, was es sonst noch hier in der Gegend gibt.
   BACK - W - BACK - N
You're in a large room carved out of sedimentary rock.  The floor and 
walls are littered with bits of shells imbedded in the stone.  A
shallow passage proceeds downward, and a somewhat steeper one leads 
up.  A low hands and knees passage enters from the south. 
There is an enormous clam here with its shell tightly closed. 
   E - W - N - S
You are at a complex junction. ...
   N - U
You are in an arched hall.  A coral passage once continued up and east
from here, but is now blocked by debris.  The air smells of sea water.
   BACK - D
You are in a long sloping corridor with ragged sharp walls. 
   E - W - N - S - U
You're in Shell Room. 
There is an enormous clam here with its shell tightly closed. 
   D - D
You are in a cul-de-sac about eight feet across.
   BACK - U - THROW AXE
The shell is very strong and is impervious to attack. 
   OPEN CLAM
You don't have anything strong enough to open the clam. 
You're in Shell Room. ...
Mit dem Öffnen der Muschel will ich mich jetzt nicht aufhalten, zumal ich wohl so und so nicht das richtige Werkzeug besitze.
   S - S - U
You're in Dusty Rock Room.
   D
You're at Complex Junction. 
   D - W
You are in Bedquilt, a long east/west passage with holes everywhere.
To explore at random select north, south, up, or down.
   E
You are at a complex junction. ...
   BACK- W
You are in a room whose walls resemble Swiss cheese.  Obvious passages
go west, east, northeast, and northwest.  Part of the room is occupied
by a large bedrock block. 
   BACK - N
You are in a large low room.  Crawls lead north, southeast, and 
southwest.
   BEDQ - S
You have crawled around in some little holes and wound up back in the 
main passage. 
You are in Bedquilt, ...
   S - S - S - S
You are in a large low circular chamber whose floor is an immense slab
fallen from the ceiling (Slab Room). ...
   N
You are in Bedquilt, ...
   U
You have crawled around in some little holes and wound up back in the 
main passage. 
You are in Bedquilt, ...
   U - U - U
You're in Dusty Rock Room.
   BEDQ
You are in Bedquilt, ...
   D - NE - NW - SE - SW
Das bringt nichts mehr, und es reicht auch für heute. Deshalb schnell nach Hause.
   E - U - E - U - GET SILV
   N - PLUGH - DROP SILV - QUIT - Y
You scored  69 out of a possible 350, using  139 turns.
Your score qualifies you as a Novice Class Adventurer.
To achieve the next higher rating, you need 32 more points.
Neben den üblichen 57 Punkten sind das 12 für das Silber. Andere Schätze habe ich also nicht gesehen. Auch die Muschel scheint keiner zu sein.



Die 15. Wanderung führte in dieses stark verein­facht darge­stellte Gebiet:
                    +---+     +---+               +---+     +---+
                    |SP2|U---D|SP1|               |MI2|     |ROA|          
                    +---+     +---+               +---+     +---+
                               W|                  E|        E| 
                                |                   |         |
                                |E                  |W        |W
+---+               +---+     +---+     +---+     +---+     +---+
|LAR|               |DUS|E---W|DIR|U---D|SIL|N---S|Y2 |PLUGH|HOU|
+---+\             /+---+     +---+     +---+\    +---+\    +---+
  BEDQ\       BEDQ/   |D                     S\        E\
       \         /    |                        \         \
        \n     u/    U|                         \N        \D
+---+    \+---+/    +---+     +---+     +---+    \+---+    \+---+
|SWI|NE--W|BED|E---W|JUN|N---S|SED|U---D|ARC|     |SNA|     |JUM|
+---+    /+---+    /+---+     +---+     +---+     +---+\    +---+
    SLAB/   |d    /E           D|                      U\    U|
       /    |    /              |                        \    |
     N/    W|  U/               |U                        \D  |
+---+/    +---+/              +---+     +---+              \+---+
|SLA|     |ANT|               |RAG|D---U|SAC|               |EMI|
+---+     +---+               +---+     +---+               +---+
Es sind nicht alle Über­gänge ver­zeichnet, doch führen die mit Groß­buch­staben bezeich­neten mit Sicher­heit in die ange­gebene Rich­tung. Die Klein­buch­staben bei Bedquilt (BED) besagen, daß man nicht jedesmal Erfolg hat, möglicher­weise bei Bedquilt bleibt oder auch woanders hinkommt. Deshalb:
statt BED-(u)-DUS lieber BED-(E)-JUN-(U)-DUS
statt BED-(d)-ANT lieber BED-(E)-JUN-(E)-ANT
Und auf den Über­gang BED-(n)-LAR ver­zichtet man lieber ganz. Wichtig ist nur der Rück­weg LAR-(BEDQ)-BED. Auch zu Y2-(E)-JUM-(U)-EMI ist der Rück­weg nicht bekannt. Es muß aber einen geben, da JUM-(U)-EMI-(BACK)-JUM funk­tioniert.

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