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I want to contribute to this wiki, but it is locked, any way to edit?
I wish that they would just start already. I've read almost all the books, and this series deserves a movie or T.V. series. Over the past decade all these great people were already confirmed to make it, so what are they waiting for? Wasn't I supposed to be released in early 2016? How was it supposed to come out then if they haven't even started production? Please start!!!
So fellow wiki users say yee if I should adopt this wiki! :D
WHY SHE WAS MY FAVORITE ;-;
OK, so I just read about Amy's boyfriend Evan Tolliver, who was killed in Series Two, and the only thing that I need to ask is: How did he die, and what age was he when he died?
I mean, seriously. You barely get to figure out anything yourself. This is my idea of how it should work.
You start on a map of the world, deciding which clue you wish to go to. Of course, there are some dead ends, with no clues, but they always lead you somewhere. There's no specific order to do it in, no "missions". When you're at the airport, there's usually a list of places to visit. This usually consists of museums, libraries and landmarks. For example, if you looked for a clue in... say, Amsterdam, you could go to the Anne Frank house, or maybe the Maritime Museum. Then, you research the information, and, usually, you'll find hints. Okay, let's take a random Dutch guy: Vincent van Gogh. He'd be an obvious Janus, and you'd go to the Museum (researched it, actual place). There, they will let you look at all the exhibits, and a small notebook (or the PDA) will automatically jot down all information you can find, so you can look at that whenever you find information. YOU get to decide where to go, if you ever find something. Maybe, after looking there, you discover a short code. You can stash the code in your notebook to do later, and then travel to somewhere else; the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, where the Starry Night is being shown. And maybe the thing could allow you to communicate with other players. You actually get to explore the museum, instead of just clicking on stuff. After reading the information, you find it was painted from the view of Saint-Remy-de-Provence in Southern France, so then you travel there. You could have gone there from the start, but then you wouldn't have information. Then, the code, which is a substitution code, if you know what that is, and to find the key word, you must look through your notebook. The keyword becomes "sunflower". This makes the code:
So the code says WSQWQRG. You may mistake the answer as VMJVJKW. That clearly makes no sense, so you could choose to give up on the code. As it turns out, you have to work it out the other way, which makes Gauguin. Any person who remotely knows Van Gogh knows that Paul Gauguin was a roommate, and for Cahills, you know he's a fellow Janus. After discovering a bunch more stuff, you find the next clue: Cypsela, also known as sunflower seeds.
Well, I may have focused more on making a new clue than making a new style of playing, but meh.
Add your ideas in the comments.
Clue 1: In the last chapter of the first book of Unstoppable, there were two strange events being the whiskers being stolen at the museum Dan and Atticus went and the fact that Amy thought she saw the Anatolian leopard (judging by the bright green eyes she saw) but was mistaken because "it wasn't the impression of a leopard's paw, it was a boot."
Clue 2: In the page of 'Flashpoint', Gordon said, "As it turns out, old agents never die; they just wander off to top-secret undisclosed locations to spend their share of Grace Cahill’s money. That is, until the next crisis requires us to jump back into the fray."
But the question remains, who is the hidden agent? I suspected it was Irina, however, there's one thing I have to confirm: was her body found in that island? The island was to be converted into a secret Ekaterina stronghold (or was it a resort), so her body could be found by the construction workers or something. Irina could be the hidden agent since he's the only one who could pull off a heist perfectly.
But then, Clue 2 will narrow down the possible identity of the agent since Gordon mentioned 'old agents' and 'spend their share of Grace Cahill's money'. But, do we actually know everyone who went to Grace Cahill's mansion that very day?
I'm sorry if this could annoy you in any way, I couldn't shake off the fact that there's someone secretly helping the Cahills. There could be another clue in the third book, maybe not.
Please post your answers/thoughts/comments here! Well, I know I'm not the only one wondering about his/her identity.
Well..its been an loong time since i posted so this time i am back with breaking news!
First to cahills who want to read nowhere to run can now read it online so heres the link
Now, check out this link for information on book 4..... as far as i read, its called FLASHPOINT and we are being hinted at the possible DEATH of Amy as a sacrifice to the world and for her brother...... check out the link!! and pls comment ur views!
I see that it will be harder to make more than one movie of the 39 Clues because of the fact that the actors will age. I can see ways around that, though. But I wouldn't get all worked up if they decided to do one movie. I would suggest that a trilogy would work, I guess, for the first part of the book series. Like if for the first movie the actor for Dan was 10, but played an 11 year old, and the second movie the actor can be actually 11, and the third movie he can be 12 playing 11.
If there was on movie per book (the first series, 10 books) over the course of 10 years, the actors and actresses would age 10 years....what!?! Unless they changed actors. The fact that Logan Lerman was 10 years older in the Percy Jackson movie than the Percy Jackson book ruined it for me. But maybe there's just something wrong with me. But you have to admit the story was very different than the book, but similar enough to be considered based on the book.
The Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie also dosen't have one movie per book, because then Greg would be 20 by the eigth book!
It hope that because of Spielberg producing it, it will be a good film. And, taking into account that the younger actors/actresses will noticebly age, a TV series would be great.
Yup. I'm talking about Pony, Irina, April May, the Starling boys (not Sinead, she's too overrated) Sammy, and the rest of those poor dudes. I just hear AMY DAN NELLIE ETC and im just like, what about the little dudes? I wanna give them some credit as well.
I Got a copy of breakaway a day early at Barnes and Noble! I can't wait to start reading it!!! :)
I can't believe there is actually a serum antidote!! I knew it!!
I think its an awesome idea. Nellie is an awesome character in the book, she has an great sense of humour and it'll be so cool to have book about her!!!