By the time you solve the puzzle with the tarot cards and the moon phases, everything has become freak In Signalis. Suddenly you’re on the Rotfront, and the meat is taking over. Upon arrival, you will see a large mural depicting the phases of the moon. One of them lacks a ring that lets you adjust it, but don’t worry about that for now: The meat will deliver. Your main goal for the Rotfront area is to find the six tarot cards and solve the moon phase puzzles. Here’s how to do it step by step.
Find the tarot cards
As you might expect by now, the tarot cards are scattered throughout the area and are completely inaccessible right away. Considering the whole purpose of the new field is to find the tarot cards, you will round them up for yourself. However, here is a quick overview of where you come across them.
- The Lovers card can be found using acetone on the picture.
- Death can be achieved by using Erika Itou’s date of birth on the keyboard and watching Isa die in the bookstore.
- The moon can be found in the safe, unlocked with pareidolia.
- Sun obtained by growing the photograph and using it in the scanner.
- For the star card, you’ll need to play the magpie sound to the locked magpie box via your radio.
- The tower is one of the delicious dishes in the cafe.
Using tarot cards
After you have all the tarot cards and the “patient key” you will need to go to the apartment labeled “512”. Inside was a table engraved with six places with a card and a diary. The diary isn’t really that hard to understand. It talks about the writer having five dreams, each related to a planet, and suggests quite clearly which card corresponds to each dream. It’s about skyscrapers and lovers quite clearly.
Your job is to simply place each card in the position it corresponds to in the dream. Signalis is pretty ruthless in giving you six cards because that’s also how many items you can keep in your inventory. You may need to make a few trips back to the magic box. Once you’ve got them all on the table, here’s how to place them:
- Sun – Buyan
- Star – Heimat
- Tower – Vineta
- People in Love – Kitezh
- Death – Leng
- Moon – Facade
Once the cards are in place, swipe the switch in the top left corner of the screen. This will turn on an ultraviolet light that illuminates the symbols on the card with some fairly obvious moon phases. You’ll need to note the phases of the moon, as well as the planet they correspond to, then return to the room you started with with the mural.
Moon or lunar eclipse?
If you haven’t already, you’ll need to pick up the dropped ring, then place it in the Rotfront circle on the mural. The mission here is to associate each planet with a moon phase. It sounds simple, but it’s easy to get confused. Just remember that yellow is the moon, and blue is the darkness. To represent the full moon, the entire circle should be yellow and the new moon should be blue.
Here’s how they should:
- Buyan – Full
- Vineta – Waxing Gibbous (left ball)
- Kitezh – Waning Gibbous (right ball)
- Rotfront – New
- Heimat – Waxing Gibbous (left ball)
- Leng – Waxing Crescent (shadow mainly covers the left side)
Once they’re set, the hole in the center of the mural will instantly widen. There are no buttons to press, so if you need to make small adjustments, you’ll know you did the right thing because everything changes in an instant.
When you pass there, you are inside the house. Good luck. For more horror-survival games, check out Signalis Reviews.
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