Gabriel Knight 3 Secrets
V 2.1: Deleted several more lines that are in the game after all, and I identified the painting that didn't make it into Room 25.
Like with any computer game, Gabriel Knight 3 has a lengthy creation history. With nearly three years in production, a massive amount of team workers on and off the job, and eventual rushing to get it all done, there is no surprise that eventually things are cut, although they are on the disk.
That is a known issue with games. The SCI viewer for instance has shown us the many hidden files of the many SCI-based games by Sierra. There's a number of cool sites on this hidden content. A personal favourite is by Akril.
Gabriel Knight 3 uses a different engine, Sheep, that was only used for this game. Fortunately the game itself comes with its own extracting tool. In the game, type Ctrl + Alt + `. This causes the console to pop up. The easter eggs can be activated using this tool, but you can also type Extract (space), then two brackets with quotation marks show ip. You type the full name and extension of the file you want between those, and hit Enter. The newly extracted file should now be in your GK3 folder.
If you type Extract (space) (enter), you will get a file called !!!README!!! in the GK3 folder, which explains some interesting tidbits about this feature, and a file called GK3log which contains the full name of every single file in the game's .BRN compressed folders.
Extracting each and every file like that is a pain in the neck.
Fortunately a fan created a handy tool called BarnBrowser, which allows you to view the BRN to your liking.
There is so much unused content for this game!
In the on-line document GK3script I compiled every single YAK file (except for the double ones), and ordened them. In this process I found much deleted content, and the occasional secret.
Unused Easter Eggs
The Official_Eggs.doc file gives a vague hint as to where an easter egg may be found. Most were included, but not:
- Gabe was initially intended to do something if you just clicked on him, like Grace and her backflip.
- The cat from the moustache puzzle was initially supposed to return, and have an Easter Egg. It's described as a parade. No artwork or YAK remains, but the music that was written for it can still be found on the disk.
- Clicking the flowers in the first timeblock would start the circus easter egg. The music is still there. The YAK files are there, but they don't point to a sound bite. The content of the matching .YAK files:
Speaker, 149, GABRIEL,Starring:
Speaker, 149, GABRIEL,Emilio "The Hat Man" Baza
Speaker, 149, GABRIEL,Gabriel "The Knight" Three
Speaker, 149, GABRIEL,The Amazing Flexie Grace!
Speaker, 149, GABRIEL,Jean "Spank Me" DesClerk
Sometimes, an object that was programmed doesn't appear in the game. One known instance is the book store: originally, Gabe was able to find one of his own books in there, but it disappears in later releases of the game.
- Older headstone in Sauniere grave:
GABE There's an older stone set in that cement.
GRACE It's an old headstone.
- Suitcase in Madeline's room
She's already unpacked.
Hairbrush in Madeline's room
Was it Prince Charles that said he wanted to come back as some woman's hairbrush? No, that was . . . uh, nevermind.
Hmmm. A hundred strokes a night, no doubt.
Sari in Emilio's room
Looks like one of those Indian sari outfits.
Can you see me in a sari? I think not.
I need to have at least four or five different dead things on my body at once, or I just don't feel dressed.
Letter at Howard/Stiles room
Think at letter:
He mentions three documents, but there're only two here. They must have one with 'em.
I can't see why Grace or I would need the letter. It's not *that* interestin'.
It's from a Dr. Wen -- he must be their mentor or somethin'.
Peignoirs in Lady Howard's room
But . . . I would have to *touch* 'em.
Really *big* peignoirs. Geez, *Wilkes* could fit into those.
A log at Devil's Armchair
It's just a log. I doubt it was involved in the crime. Looks like it would fall apart if you touched it.
When Grace spots the log
It's just a log.
Dead wood. Now what does that remind me of? Oh yes, Gabriel's comments about *me* to Mosely. That's right.
Of course there is a hole at Estelle's site, but it can't be clicked.
GRACE It's too bad the only thing Estelle will find in that hole is humility.
GRACE She already has that in spades.
GRACE That's deeper than the hole I dug, but just as empty.
GABE,Estelle is diggin' herself a hole. In more ways than one.
The columns at Blanchfort only get the regular ruins line in the game.
GABE,Kinda Grecian for this area, aren't they?
GRACE,Those columns -- they look out of place. They must have added them later. Wonder why?
Dirty bedsheets in Roxanne's cart
Roxanne obviously has some 'hidden treasure', but it's not buried in the laundry bin!
Everyone's dirty bedsheets. Now *there's* a lovely picture.
Magazines in the lobby
GRACE,Magazines. Nothing that looks interesting, though.
GABE,They're outdated. And in French.
Dining room. Apparently it was an object once.
GABE,Looks like the dinin' room's in through there.
I don't think so. Wearin' Mosely's coat was bad enough.
Wilkes' clothes. He must shop at 'Big and Bulky'.
Wilkes' floor. This line is referred to later on.
Roxanne is right, I don't see any sign of p.j.'s. Not that I can imagine what kind of p.j.'s a man like Wilkes would wear.
Something while burgling...
GABE,Apparently they don't have the Gideons in France.
GABE,Doesn't anybody unpack around here?
GABE,Not even a hotel pen in there.
As I said in the previous paragraph, the cat was intended to return.
GABE That cat *really* hates me. Ah, well. Sometimes a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do.
GRACE That cat doesn't look real excited about strangers. Must have run into Gabriel a few times.
GRACE Looks like a stray to me.
Emilio's newspaper in the lobby
'The London Times'. He's obviously not a native.
Something with B.S. in the church
GABE,'B.S.' Wonder what that stands for. No, don't say it.
GRACE,'B.S.' Bérenger Saunière?
Something at the Orange Rock
GABE,Those things look sharp!
GRACE,Looks like somebody *very* large had a tantrum.
Packet of cigarettes on top of Tour Magdala
Never heard of that brand. Must be French.
Gee, that brand name looks familiar. I guess the good Abbé spends a lot of time up here.
Either that or he smokes *really* fast.
There is an alternative ID which identifies Gabriel as wine critic. This might just be its line.
You realize, of course, that I wouldn't know a bordeaux from a bordello.
The spinning disk at the pendulum is an object, but Gabe jumps on as soon as you click it.
A1REYA44.Q81 (look disk)
It's not movin' too fast, but I guess that's rather moot with a pendulum in the scenario.
Continuing our journey calmly with objects that are in the game, but you can't perform certain actions with them, even though they do have lines.
Dig at Saunière's grave
GRACE Those cement slabs were no doubt poured to prevent that very thing.
GABE Uh . . . give me a bulldozer, and I might have a shot at it.
Thinking at Madeline's clothes
Too bad. I was hopin' for somethin' kinky.
Thinking at stuff in Emilio's room yielded some Gabe response that never made it.
Somethin' tells me I'm not gonna find the lost treasure of the Templars in there.
Nope. Not a bauble in sight.
I wouldn't have thought Emilio was the born-again type.
There's just one more outfit in here. I wish I could pack that light.
Pick up Emilio's journal in Aramaic
Not even SIDNEY could translate that.
Think at Howard/Stiles bed
One bed. Isn't *that* cozy?
Looking at absence of footprints at Devil's Armchair
I don't see any prints -- 'cept Mose's big ol' feet.
They've been drained all right -- right into the ground over there. Almost seems to be somethin' symbolic about the gesture.
Look a little closer at Larry's alarm clock
I think that's the 'snooze' button.
I don't need to *set* the time.
Extra lines one could find at returning to Larry's dig
I doubt Larry will be back tonight.
He hasn't seen me yet. Maybe I should keep it that way.
Uh-oh! I'd better get outta sight!
Larry, Larry quite contrary . . . Planting bulbs are we?
What's this? Gophers, perhaps?
It's from the hole, remember?
That's where Larry stashed his manuscript. Not particularly *effective*, was it?
I already dug up what was here.
Grace reading the hotel register
It's a list of the people staying at the hotel. Not including *me*, of course.
Tour Magdala had some different lines for Grace at 2:7-10
Someone put a pile of money into this place -- with all these built in shelves and seats.
Someone was a bibliophile. Of course, Gabriel could fill up this much shelf space with his paperback mysteries alone.
This occurs in the dining room. It looks most like a table with dirty plates and sheets.
GABE,God, Gracie'd *kill* me if I did that at home. Or Gerde. Or both.
GRACE,I wouldn't be a bit surprised if *Gabriel* did that.
Look at Arnaud tape
It's a tape of the good Abbé's conversation. Unfortunately, it's in French.
About the mysterious object found by Dr Wen:
The Egyptian artifacts Dr. Wen found must have been a stash from the Adepts of the Holy Blood. This looks like something the bloodline weavers might have used in their blood-sampling rites.
About the spritzer. Or perhaps the spray gun.
You don't suppose the Abbé will miss that, do ya?
Look bed on day 2. Or sofa.
I get the weirdest damn dreams when I'm on a case!
Extra toothbrush lines
GABE,Those toothbrushes look frighteningly domestic lyin' there together.
GRACE,I *could* dunk his toothbrush in the toilet, but that would be immature. Well-deserved, but immature.
"Looks like an accident waiting to happen... kinda like my life."
See now, that accident hasn't happened yet, but my life . . . that's *really* fucked up.
Look Ma's e-mail
I can't *believe* my mother! This is the second time she's had some guy I don't even know writting to me!
One day she's going to send a serial killer my way -- *then* she'll be happy!
Look Chadrel's e-mail
God, I wish I could talk to him face to face.
No audio file for this line, when Gabe starts tracing angels...
You know, I never thought about it before, but the hand positions on those angels are kind of interestin'. Let me see if I can work it out.
Look Stations of the Cross
GABE,They're Catholic Stations of the Cross.
GRACE,They're plaques showing the crucifixion story. I'll never understand this morbid fascinations Christian's have with it.
Something with the winepress
I'm not sure I want to get that close.
I think it's silver. Heavy sucker.
Think at black moustache
Good thing I have this black moustache. Many a time I've said, damn!, I wish I had a black moustache. So I'm real glad I have one now.
About making the costume
I hope you have some idea what we're doin' with this stuff, because I haven't a clue.
Think at Mosely?
Alternative of talking to Mosely at 1:10-12:
The guy's got his nose stuck in a newspaper. In body language that means 'buzz off.'
Here I'll put discussion sections, entire discussions, and second lines that were cut.
“I don't think I would want that between my legs, Looks dangerous."
'Course, I've *got* somethin' dangerous between my legs already -- but I'm used to that.”
From Buthane's lecture
But the third painting, the Poussin, we know for certain. In fact, I have a copy with me.
Cut from the scene between Emilio and Grace towards the end
EMILIO,I am so very glad you came. Won't you sit down, Miss Nakimura?
GRACE,No thank you.
And, between “You and Mesmi?” and “You are correct about Mesmi”, this once fitted:
EMILIO,Do you mind if *I* sit, please?
GRACE,No. I mean, yes. Sit.
Some lines were cut from the Montreaux interview
About the murder, after “there were two men...”
MONTREAUX,Frightening, isn't it? But don't get the wrong impression of our little valley! The men probably brought the trouble with them.
After “The juice of the forbidden fruit?”
MONTREAUX,The fruit from the tree of knowledge! The fruit that bestows the gift of consciousness! It is this gift that the grail offers us! . . . Metaphorically speaking, that is.
Well, hell. I'm just as lost as I can be.
Extra Larry dialogue
LARRY,Mr. Knight. I'm afraid I don't have the luxury today of . . .
GABE,I'm not here about the Templars, actually. May I come in?
Talk to Larry again
Any more "talkin'" would be counterproductive. Funny thing, though. I have the feelin' he was nervous *before* I showed up.
Just before you climb the ivy at Serres:
Okay. I just hope I don't break my neck.
Rennes-les-Bains banter between Gabriel and Mosely
GABE,. . . It all comes down to really *knowin'* a person.
MOSELY,So that's what you call it!
MOSELY,Knight! That's no way to talk about Ken Williams!
After talking to Estelle at 3:3-6
A friendier goodbye to Estelle at 3:10-12
GABE,Well, guess I'll leave you to it. See ya.
ESTELLE,Good-bye, Mr. Knight.
At Serres parking lot
I'm tired of fartin' around. Besides I have the feelin' I'm runnin' out of time.
If I'm gonna catch Montreaux with his pants down, I'm gonna have to be ballsy about it.
Gee . . . I coulda worded all that better.
“Roit. Who has a copy of Le Serpent Rouge?”
“You're not trying to have your way with us, are you dear?”
HOWARD,Of course, people are impossibly rude but what can you expect from the French?
Room swapping escapade
at the end:
EMILIO,Oh. Hello, Mr. Knight.
Extra lines of Madeline talking on her phone through the door:
Oui. (…) Deux hommes étaient tués près de Rennes-le-Château.Non. Je ne les connais pas.
Yes. (…) Two men were killed near Rennes-le-Château. No. I don't know them.
Je trouvait les corps avec mon groupe de touristes. Non, je n'ai pas pu rester. (...)
I found the corpses with my tourist group. No, I couldn't stay.
Extra line for Roxanne
ROXANNE,Au revoir, Monsieur.
Extra discussion between Wilkes and Gabe
GABE,Got a new spot, huh?
WILKES,What're ya followin' me?
GABE,Nope. Just saw the bike and wondered what was goin' on.
WILKES,Nothin' that concerns *you*, mate. *That's* what's goin' on.
GABE,Ooh. Oscar Wilde watch out.
Extra line with Roxanne:
GABE,What's up this mornin'? I saw you talkin' to Jean.
Chat with Simone #1
GRACE,How are you this evening, Simone?
SIMONE,Very well. And yourself, Mademoiselle?
GRACE,Oh, just peachy.
Chat with Simone #2
GRACE,Anything new, Simone?
SIMONE,No, Miss. Not that I can think of.
GRACE,Ah, well. Never mind.
Deleted lines after bridge game discussion. No audio for them.
HOWARD,Very well. I expect we *can* get a table cleared and some cards?
"Hi, I'm Mosely, wanna come back to my room?"
Apparently the Abbé was supposed to do the Sirens part
443,Speaker, 494, ABBE,Live...
49Speaker, 505, ABBE,Be a god..
51Speaker, 593, ABBE,Live forever...
74Speaker, 80 MONTREAUX,Don't you want to live...
87Speaker, 90 MONTREAUX,...forever?
"Now let's see that map!"
GRACE,Here. The first shape I put on was the circle, then the tilted square . . .
Over the introduction...
EMILIO,Once upon a time the Aztecs believed, not that the gods had *granted* life to man but that man had stolen it. Had stolen it and was on a kind of 'get away spree' until the gods caught up and took it back.
EMILIO,Prometheus stole the Eternal Flame and Alberich stole the ring.
EMILIO,I'm only saying this is not a *new* story. No, it's not a *new* story at all.
GRACE,Something's buried out there. And I think I know where.
GABE,Yeah, but *what*? What's the secret of Rennes-le-Château?
Took place in the .BIK where Grace kicks Wilkes' ass.
WILKES,(HUMMING 'LITTLE CHINA GIRL')
About Chadrel picture:
GABE,Hey, Grace. What's this picture doin' here?
GRACE,It's for good luck.
Unused Mosely conversation. No audio for it either.
GABE,When I was knocked out on the train? I thought I heard one of the men say 'San Grael'. I think that means 'holy grail.'
MOSELY,Really? The kidnappers said *that*?
GABE,Yeah. Weird, huh?
After "somebody might just beat you to it!" There's no audio for it.
GABE,I gotta do *somethin'*. Right now I can't even go out with other women without feelin' guilty 'cause Grace is always around. I'm goin' nuts.
MOSELY,And you still haven't given in to temptation? God, you are afraid of commitment! Pathologically.
GABE,Yeah, and thank you for pointin' that out.
When looking at the houses outside Tour Magdala, Grace'll remark it's not as small as Rittersberg...
Sometimes I *really* miss New York.
After "Poor bastard!"
I wonder if Wilkes was already here when I ran into Mosely last night?
Cut line, probably since it sounds tinned.
MADELINE Knowledge has a price, Monsieur. Do you wish to find the treasure or not?
Occasionally there are lines for things that were programmed to be in a certain way, but can't happen in the game. This includes the bug where Grace suddenly gets a Gabe line at the museum, but also things that never can happen. That and stuff I wanted to include but couldn't fit elsewhere.
When checking the parsonage at night, Gabe says nobody's home.
Arnaud's probably asleep.
What Grace didn't tell you at the museum...
That's Asmodeus, demon guardian of lost treasure.
How interesting that Saunière pictured him like this -- chained by . . . what, heaven? The *church*?
There are two paintings that get the line "Sure is... green." Apparently this line was too risque for Dennis Miller Bunker's Pool.
//,That painting is a cow's wet dream.
Leaving Larry too early.
Wait a minute. Larry's up to somethin'.
Grace can't go to Larry's dig.
Hmmm. Maybe he's been doing some excavating.
You don't get Grace near Serres after Pommes Bleu.
I don't want to think about what happened down there. I'm not even *sure* what happened down there!
Grace never gets in trouble with Jean.
JEAN,What can I do for you, Mademoiselle?
Grace will just take Buchelli's print and says "I already got it" if you scan that in.
That's Buchelli's glass, and Gabriel already took his print.
This doesn't happen either:
GRACE Well, they're ready to go. I'd better get it together.
Gabe doesn't take a shower during his stay at the hotel, at least not in a way that we can bother him.
I can't. *He's* is in there.
Line with no audio, so I don't know who said it. Fingerprints disappear from the inventory after scanning.
I already put that fingerprint into SIDNEY.
Wilkes doesn't wear a shirt with collar.
They even folded the collar back so it wouldn't get any blood on it.
I can put this in our suspect database on SIDNEY once Grace gets here. (PATRONIZING) She'll get a kick out of it.
About the leather glove, but that will disappear from your inventory and you can't pick it up after that.
Kinda worked like an oven mitt, dinnit?
The Lookout Point?
I'm not sure whether it's a completely new room, or a bunch of extra objects on/in Tour Magdala. Although the latter makes sense, the numbering suggests otherwise.
Whoa! Don't make me look up like that. I'll lose my balance.
*Now* they put in a railin'.
Good thing I'm not afraid of heights.
Can't see much from this one.
Boy, you could really look up someone's skirt on a staircase like this.
This staircase is like something from 'Jane Eyre'.
Hope there aren't any resident pigeons.
I could have used one of those on the way up.
That's quite a drop out there.
There's just shrubs and stuff out there.
If Saunière had so much money, why didn't he put in an elevator?
Find Your Door
A short puzzle after solving the chessboard: apparently Gabe could choose doors after, or perhaps while, solving it. Gabe still sort of has to choose, but it's not as much a puzzle.
There's somethin' written above the doors, but I have no idea what it says.
Talk to Mesmi about text:
GABE,Those words at the other end of the hall . . .
MESMI,It says 'As above, so below'.
GABE,Meanin' . . . ?
MESMI,Usually it refers to astrology. But in this case it might be referring to the temple layout being like . . .
GABE,Like the map maybe?
Look text again:
'As above, so below'. I still think it's about the map.
More door selection lines
I don't see any handle! I have the feelin' if it was gonna open, it would have already. I'll have to try a different door.
I hope I'm at the right one.
Somethin' tells me I have to pick one of those.
There're some geometric shapes on the doors. I'm guessin' I have to pick one.
The Mysterious Room 2
An entire room was cut out of the Temple section. From the lines I guess it was a type of maze, with a block in the centre, and Gabe trying to figure out some Rube Goldberg contraption to open a trap door.
So much for leavin' the way I came in.
Damn it! I thought for sure the exit would be . . .
I think the air just ran out.
Looks like a prop from "Titanic."
I wouldn't wanna flood the place.
Yeah, but I don't think pushin' on it's gonna help.
I know that worked before, but that shaft's a wee bit small, doncha think?
That can't be right.
That's not gonna work any better unless I figure out what's wrong.
GABE,Grace? I'm in some kinda maze. Got any ideas?
GRACE,'Le Serpent Rouge' talked about a labyrinth, but not how to solve it. Just try to get your bearings. Lemme know if you run into anything more specific.
I'd better make sure I know the layout of this place before I bug Grace again.
Wouldn't want her to think I'm nervous or anythin'.
GABE,Grace? I think I've got a handle on this place. It's square-shaped and in each corner is a kind of . . . well, some kind of vent or spigot or somethin'.
GRACE,Hmmm. I can help you with the square part. The square represents quaternities -- groups of four. As in the four seasons, the four elements, and four points of the compass.
GRACE,Have you found a way out yet?
GRACE,Then I'd say your exit has something to do with those four corners.
GABE,Uh-huh. Right. I'll keep tryin'.
I don't think Gracie's *got* any better advice.
Okay. I'll bite. What does it do?
It turns on the water.
It's either a dragon playing with blocks or some kind of mechanism.
It's a nifty, medieval spark-producer. Like somethin' from Ghengis Khan's smokin' room.
Looks like a grated shaft.
,It's an air shaft -- like the ones in the pyramids.
Looks like a spigot to me.
It's a symbol of some sort, but I'm not sure what it means.
If I'm s'posed to cut off more of my hair, you can *forget* it.
That must be the symbol for air.
More symbols. I think this is the center of the maze.
Now that's definitely a sign for fire. Even I know that much.
I'm thinkin' that means 'water'.
A bunch of wavy lines. Could be anythin'.
A range of mountains perhaps?
There's oil in the vase so I guess that could be . . . land? Earth?
This has somethin' to do with gettin' out of this maze, but I'm not sure what.
It's an old-fashioned vase. You know, from the days before refridgerators.
That vase has oil in it.
(SIGH) I guess I have to try it.
Okay. That was interestin'. Pointless, but interestin'.
The water just puts it out. That can't be right.
That *should* work, but it's so suffocatin' down here -- the fire won't stay lit.
Wow! It worked!
Uh . . . I think it's time to find a way out. *Now*.
Looks like a pull-chain to me, but knowin' how this place is rigged, there's no tellin' *what* it'll do.
It's a pull-chain for 'Barnie the Lighter' over there.
Reminds me of Grace's mother.
I don't see anythin' that looks 'pushable'. Besides, he might bite.
It's cranked up as far as it'll go.
It's fresh air! God, that feels good about now!
I don't think battin' those around will do any good.
It *might* move, but I don't see how.
Cute little fella.
I need one of those for my bathroom at Schloss Ritter.
That's obviously not there for decorative purposes.
That black stone must mark the center of the maze.
The Alternative Cat Hair Moustache
Cat Hair Moustache became notorious and was used as example that the Adventure genre was dead. In an interview, game designer Jane Jensen revealed she didn't like it either, and that another original puzzle was planned. According to writer ADB, Gabe was to steal a spray gun from Arnaud, then attach that to a hose near the museum, and use that to spray down a crow's nest. The poor crow used black rug fibers to build it, and Gabe was to use those fibers as moustache. It was cut because they couldn't get the spray to work well.
Note: I copied these files directly from my script. As I pasted every single file one by one, the discovery of this puzzle went beautifully gradual: initially I had a tree and a hose in the bonus file, then came more and more lines, and on the last day I found the line that dropped the main hint: I'd encovered the Alternative Moustache puzzle. Now I know how an archeologist feels!
Apparently there's an awkward tree out in RlC
GABE,These French people put trees in the weirdest damn places.
GRACE,The tree is a symbol of life. In this case, however, it's more likely a symbol of indifference to motorized vehicles.
And what's more: there's a nest in the tree!
UNKNOWN,What would I want with a bird's nest? Even if I *could* get up there.
GABE,Looks like a male crow buildin' his nest. Expectin' company, maybe.
UNKNOWN,Is it just me, or does he look cranky?
GABE,*CLIMB*? I haven't done that since I was six or seven.
GABE,Besides, that bird would probably peck me to death before I could get up there.
GABE,Nice tree. You could almost hang some bulbs on it and make it a stoplight.
GRACE,It's a bird's nest. Looks kind of damp.
GABE,He's using fibers from that black rug to line his nest. *I* could use some of those.
No audio. No idea where it's from but it's below the bird's nest line.
GABE,Yup. I knocked it down all right.
What black rug? This one:
GABE,It's a black rug.
GRACE,Someone's airing their rug.
Looks like there was something involving the hose at the museum...
Now if only somethin' was on fire.
There's a hose by the museum that I might be able to use. Assumin' I had somethin' to use it *for*.
I suspect there was a *reason* I was able to put that spray gun on the hose.
There's a hose with a spray gun near the museum.
No audio files come with the following lines:
A garden hose. Pretty high tech.
That gun attachment should help.
Hmmm. I might be able to make use of that hose, now that I think about it.
That hose was useful.
I ought to be able to use that hose on the bird's nest.
That should help.
I can't get up there.
I can't get it. It's too high.
That's not gonna work.
I think I've done enough of that.
It's not gonna work as is. I can't aim the water flow.
I don't think I hurt it any.
That bird would kill me if I touched it again.
Wait! Ive found it! It's the Alternative Puzzle That Was To Go In Place Of Cat Hair Moustache!
I wish I could get that nest down. I need some of those black fibers.
Grace has these lines for it; without audio.
Uh . . . and what would I do with it . . . exactly?
I doubt Rennes-le-Château has a 'wet T-shirt' night.
GRACE,It's a garden hose. Odd. I don't see any plants around here. Maybe it's for the tree.
There's a bird's nest up there.
This painting is Louis Anquetin's Au foyer du théâtre from 1893.
Temple floor (Holy of Holies)
View on Holy of Holies from veil
Alternative Saunière image.
Early map. Click to see large version.
There are 6 manuscript finger prints possible, apparently. This is #4. I'm guessing: Larry, Gabe and Grace are the other three print makers.
Early poem version. In the game Grace writes on the note itself.
Another early poem version, rotated 180 degrees for your comfort.
Early bookstore view
Early church gate
I've pasted many of the sound files above, and quite a few of files that turned out to be in the game after all, into YouTube videos using BB Flashback Express. My videos are:
Something Dangerous Between My Legs
Various Gabe lines
Various Grace lines
Madeline speaks French
Wilkes singing and Cat lines
Mysterious Room 2
Grace and Emilio
More Gabe lines
More Grace lines
There's much more interesting material! For instance, Grace's middle name is Anne, there were many hints planned for the pendulum jump, and Grace is pregnant. For more information, check my GK-Script!
The BBP Gabriel Knight Companion Circuit
Gabriel Knight: Sins Of The Fathers Companion
The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery Companion
Der Fluch des Engelhart and Richard Wagner
Talking Tantalizing Tarot in The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery and Phantasmagoria
Gabriel Knight 3: Blood Of The Sacred, Blood Of The Damned Companion
Gabriel Knight 3 Gallery #1
Gabriel Knight 3 Gallery #2
Gabriel Knight 3 Wayback Treasures
Gabriel Knight 3 Secret Documents
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