The rules for this particular puzzle state that no mistakes are allowed, so if I goof up while solving it, I’ll have to head back to square one. It’s taken me a considerable amount of time to whittle away the blocks and get to the point I’m at, too. Unfortunately, I’m stuck. I just need to get rid of one more block, but of the two that are eligible for removal, I can’t decide which one to choose. I’ve looked at the puzzle from every angle, but for the life of me I can’t find a clear answer. It’s so maddening to hit a roadblock this close to the end. Well, I guess the only thing to do is trust my instincts. My gut is telling me it’s this block that needs to go. I’ll just pull out my hammer, take aim, and… success! Puzzle solved! Wow, I actually worked up a sweat from all the stress. Okay, on to the next puzzle!
It is possible we made a mistake. The rainbow was a warning. We do not like rainbows. We should have turned back. But instead we ventured forth into the depths. We emerged with the tome. We need the tome. We struck down its keeper with our sword. We are now returning to where we started. The sky has turned dark and rain has begun to fall. We are being followed. Yes, it is very possible we made a mistake.
From up here, the sea and the horizon seem to meet so far off in the distance that it seems unfathomable. I take a glance below me and peer into the depths of a massive volcano, noticing lava bubbling deep within. I’d better steer clear of there! The sun has almost set and the sky has taken on a deep orange hue. I dip my glider downward and soon I’m speeding toward a small town square near the coast. After zooming between buildings I catch an updraft and within seconds I’m high above the island yet again, anxious to see where the wind takes me next.