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Forgotten Riddles: The Mayan Princess is a new hidden object game developed by Blue Tea Games and published by Big Fish Studios. As the name implies, lots of riddles to solve. Check out our tips and tricks for this game followed by lots of spoilers.

GENERAL TIPS

 

  • If you lose the round, you will have to start all over again with different riddles.

     

     

  • You can only click on an item for the riddle that is shown. If you find an object for an item from a previous riddle, you have to go back and click on that particular riddle for it to work.

     

     

  • If you leave one room to go to another one and come back to it later, the riddles will move positions but they will be the same. The riddles will just be condensed into consecutive numbers.

     

     

  • You only get 5 hints per level on the Archaeologist mode (Timed mode ). There’s no way to earn extra hints so use the hints wisely, save them for the last possible moment. If you find that you don’t have enough time to finish a level, you can play under the relaxed mode (Apprentice mode) The relaxed mode offers you more time and 2 extra hints to help you get through a level.

     

     

  • Some rooms may have the same background with 2 different settings. For example, the "Throne Room" will have 2 versions, one at night and one during the day. Most of the time, the difference between one version and another is that one scene has people and the other one mostly has objects. In the guide below, we make the distinction between each scene.

     

     

  • Random clicking while searching for items will deduct 40 seconds off the total time.

     

     

  • "I’m a greeting from hands and eroder of shores, a neighbor to spectrums seen after rain pours (a wave glyph)" Look for a picture of a wave that is next to a picture of a rainbow. This is a good example of what to look for according to what the riddle says. This riddle can be found in the Mystique room, a lot of the riddles in this particular room have to do with items being in between or next to something else. So even though you think it may not make sense, it will make sense after you see its location.

     

     

  • When you are looking for hidden items, look carefully at the scene. You have to look at every little corner possible. Things can be etched on the wall, they can blend into the background or they could be a reflection in the water. You could be looking for a cat but it could be in many different forms. It could be a painting, a statue, a toy or a real cat. Keep your imagination open to any form that the item can take.

     

     

  • When it comes to piecing together the missing drawings, it’s a good idea to start sometimes in the middle and work your way out. This is especially true in later levels where the puzzle squares are getting smaller. Look for pieces that may contain pieces of someone’s face or their body and work your way from there. Once you’ve completed a row or a column, the pieces will lock in place.

     

     

  • When you are trying to unlock a room, read the explanation carefully. For example, "COIN- Said where there’s a pot of gold, I’m located under the rainy bow" place the coin glyph in the square that contains a rainbow. You can also place the glyph where you think it might go and then press the "unlock" button on the right. If the glyph is in the correct position, a green edge will appear over every correct answer. If it’s incorrect, a red edge will appear instead. You can click "unlock" and test the position of the glyphs but if you do it too often, it will deduct 30 sends off your total time.

     

    EXTREME SPOILER ALERT!!

    We have compiled a list of some of the riddles and all of the answers to unlocking certain rooms. If you don’t want to know the answers, please stop reading now. We couldn’t get all the riddles but we were able to print a lot of them. The first part is the riddle followed by the answer in parenthesis, with a brief explanation for each location. The answers are written as they appear in the game, spelling and all. Even if you don’t see the riddle that you are looking for here, these can help you decipher what you need to look for when looking for answers.

    ARMORY

     

  • In hands of a barber who’d wield me with care, you’d leave him with shorter and stylish hair (a pair of scissors) right side, on the floor

     

     

  • Not by hand, but by spindle and flyer instead, do I automate twisting of fiber to thread (a spinning wheel) left side, under the hanging blue flag that has a symbol of the moon

     

     

  • A short pair of sticks well connected by chain, by ninja we’re swung to inflict bruising pain (a pair of nunchucks) hanging on the left side of the wall

     

     

  • Covered in scenes as my handle holds true, I’m a tankard for keeping the reveler’s brew (a beer stein) next to a wheel, on the bottom right corner

     

     

  • I’m drawn upon item oft used in a war, but ending all battle is what I stand for ( a peace sign) right side, on the wall, above the powder keg

     

     

  • A sign seen in hold ’em before the game ends, I represent caring for family and friends (a heart) carved at the very top of the wall, on the right

     

     

  • We’re shining discs minted in values which range, named pennies in piles or small chunks of change (an assortment of coins) bottom right corner, on the floor

     

     

  • In morning at sunrise I’ll rouse you from sleep, triggering bell at set time that I keep (an alarm clock) bottom left corner, on the floor

     

     

  • By use of my screw firmly twisted to right, I keep pieces together by pressing them tight (a metal clamp) bottom left, on the floor

     

     

  • While walking from river my carrier tripped, and dropped me to floor where my fragile edge chipped (a cracked pot) a brown cracked pot, bottom left, on the floor

     

     

  • Upon closet’s bar it’s a shirt that I’d hold, as I’d free it from wrinkles created by fold (a plastic coat hanger) top middle, hanging from a metal pole

     

     

  • I act as a book but my model is old, upon me the words you might read once unrolled (a paper scroll)bottom right, above the right edge of the riddle itself

     

     

  • Should you come upon hinges oft given to squeak, use me if it’s making them silent you seek (an oil can) left side, on the floor

     

     

  • Found in a stream or in babbling brook, I’m a scaly dinner you’d capture by hook (a fish) in the middle of the back wall

     

     

  • A vessel in color of dusty gray sky, I’m home to the people made ash when they die (a blue urn) sitting on the wooden table, towards the middle

     

     

  • I’ve a clapper for striking in hollowed out drum, once used as signal for diners to come (a bell) right side of the wall

     

     

  • By musketeer carried for fueling shot, I funnel gun’s granules right on the spot (a powder horn) bottom right corner

     

     

  • As you move about waves I am lurking beneath, a dangerous swimmer with infamous teeth (a shark) shark hanging on a red cloth

     

     

  • Transported in packs I keep students encumbered; my volumes are endless, my pages are numbered (a book) right side on the floor

     

     

  • With deep furrowed brow painted pink as a rose, I cover the face as I lengthen the nose(a mask) bottom right next to the oil can

     

     

  • You’ll find me in gold on a tool to protect, a religious known symbol where lines intersect (a shield with a cross emblem)far right, close to the wall

     

     

  • A truncated cone built of short wooden planks, I’m designed to fetch drink from betwixt river’s bank (a wooden bucket) left on the floor

     

     

  • In past lighting rooms I have taken my turn, a pre-power brightener that shrinks as it burns (a candlestick) floor on left

     

     

  • Our faces exposed to the sun open wide, residents of garden not out but inside(a flower pot) pink flower pot, on left

     

     

  • Between me and the hammer the weapons are made; I’m a flat iron surface for pounding a blade (an anvil) right side, sitting on a wooden piece

     

    BALL COURT

     

  • When knight’s battle dragons they’d do best encased; I’d cover their head and their feet and their waist (a suit of armor) top right

     

     

  • When fired by archer whose aim is most true, we’ll fell a great beast when our point has pierced through (bow and arrow) on the grass, above the riddle itself

     

     

  • It’s refreshments and snacks for spectator’s to buy, all pushed on two wheels, that my bin does supply (a vending cart) up against the back wall, right side

     

     

  • When traveling roads either rocky or coarse, I’m charged with protecting a foot of your horse (a horseshoe) on the bottom left of the screen, to the left of the riddle itself

     

     

  • You’ll find a patron of pub’s greatest art, is to pierce my red center with truly aimed dart (a dartboard) on the wall, right side

     

     

  • I could simply be worn to warm toes if you choose, or used as buffer ‘twixt feet and your shoes (a pair of socks) tiny black pair of socks, on the left, on the grass, next to the basket of apples

     

     

  • In this afternoon sun you’ll not hear me growl; In stripes I shall lounge about rather than prowl (a tiger) sitting on top of the back wall

     

     

  • When serving guests crumpets you’ll also need me, a porcelain vessel for sipping your tea (a teacup) on the left of the riddle itself

     

     

  • A most tasty fruit, I’d surely submit, I’m much like an apple with slightly more grit (a juicy pear) right above the riddle

     

     

  • If a racket should hit me, I’d fly rather well, and bounce across court in my green woolen shell (a tennis ball) left side above the riddle

     

     

  • I’ve grown near a wall amidst bushes and vines; transplanted from desert, I’ve green hide and spines (a cactus) on the back wall, left side

     

     

  • I’ve wheels like bikes, but I have not a seat;I’m transit not pedaled, but pushed by your feet (a yellow scooter) leaning up against the wall on the right side, next to the cart

     

     

  • The cold frozen surface I’d cut and I’d slice, if I’m worn on your feet as you move about ice (an ice skate) on the grass, left side

     

     

  • An orb patched in black and white kicked with control, I’d sail across field to the net, scoring goal (a soccer ball) top right

     

     

  • A leathery sphere, I’ve bounced about fast, and then I’ve be shot after dribbled and passed(a basketball) top left

     

     

  • I’m tied in a knot or tugged in a war, a sample of all my length might be used for (a rope) on the grass, in the middle

     

     

  • On bench viewing game at desirable height, I’m adorned in fur coat shaded reddish and white (a fox) top left, on the steps above the wall

     

     

  • Protecting their eyes when the light isn’t dim, I’m a ballplayer’s attire with a jutting front brim (a blue baseball cap) left, on the grass

     

     

  • When I’m ably swatted at birdie or ball, I return them ‘cross court over low netted wall (a badminton racket) right, on the grass

     

     

  • Launched by the quarterback, mightily thrown, I’m received and then run to possessors end zone (a football) top left

     

     

  • These cherry marks upon the stone, a record kept of palms unknown (an ancient hand print) on the wall, right side

     

     

  • I’ve green feathered wings, but I’ve never hatched, a likeness of bird a fine sculptor here matched (a jade swan) bottom right, bright green bird

     

     

  • Flapping around in the salty sea breeze, I fixedly watch waters for fish I might seize (a flying seagull) top right, in the sky

     

     

  • Among the blossoms, I’m truly blest, with azure hue unlike the rest (the lone blue flower) left side, by the wall

     

     

  • From my perch I survey plays, a warding stone with ruby gaze (a stone gargoyle) back wall, top left

     

     

  • As a seat for the leader of greatest fame, I provide repose while he’s watching the game (the royal throne) top of the screen, in the middle

     

    UNLOCKING THE CATHEDRAL

     

  • 1ST BOOK: I’m a tale about a lovable witty thief, stopped at chapter nine by this lone slender leaf (3rd square, top row)

     

     

  • 2ND BOOKL: I’m in the same column as my trusty mate, adjacent to the lock seems to be my only fate (3rd square, 3rd row)

     

     

  • LOCK: I may still be an old rusty lock, but give me a key and I’ll surely pop (2nd square, 2nd row)

     

     

  • HOURGLASS: To place me there is only one route, I’ll be on a man picking a delicious fruit (3rd square, 2nd row)

     

    CATHEDRAL

     

  • I’m a symbol in gold amidst bark and leaves both, a blood pumping shade and anomalous growth (a golden heart) in the middle scene of the window, a tiny gold heart, under the tree

     

     

  • In a sky of a ruddier hue do I stand, a creature of flight o’er a sextet of hands (a golden bird) bottom left side of the window

     

     

  • I’ve transparent chambers of time keeping grains; when flipped one shall lose what the other one gains (an hourglass) bottom right

     

     

  • I’m an attendant charged with dispersing the heat, cooling off royal figures who’ve taken a seat (a fanning servant) top left side of the window

     

     

  • I’m essential to barbers for severing hair’s tips, a sharpened and oiled pair of loop-handled snips (a pair of scissors) bottom left corner

     

     

  • I’m set of bound scopes with two pieces for peeper; when I’m utilized, field of vision grows deeper (a pair of binoculars) bottom left corner

     

     

  • I’m like modern computer but of older age, a tool to transmit one’s words to a page (a typewriter) left side of the table

     

     

  • I’m a leather bound sphere by a wooden stick hit, causing players to run til I’m captured by mitt (a baseball) bottom left

     

     

  • I’m a watching decor on a comfortable seat; if you look before sitting, my gaze will you meet (an eye) carved on the edge of the wooden table, in the middle of the table

     

     

  • I’m an emerald plume lost by a sky traveling thing, replacing the grip of what bravest knights swing (a feather) on the handle of the sword that is on left wall

     

     

  • To convert waves to sound, I’m a tool unsurpassed; I’m a sounder of sings or a talk show broadcast (a radio) red radio on the right side of the table

     

     

  • I keep on-staff collections of notes in cascade, a record of songs and their notes to be played (a book of sheet music) bottom left corner

     

     

  • We raise hands in praise of a creature in flight, a trio ‘neath idol with span shining bright (three worshipping villagers) bottom left corner of the window

     

     

  • I feed on the air as I heat the day’s meal, of what once used to squeal (a bonfire) top right corner of the window

     

     

  • My kin hiss when scared but I make not a sound, a nine-lifeless pet to one location bound (a cat statue) bottom right corner

     

    UNLOCKING THE CEREMONIAL PLATFORM

     

  • FROG: A princess kiss may make my curse depart, for what I yearn is love in the symbol of a heart (4th square, 1st row)

     

     

  • TURTLE: I traveled a great distance for water I seek, but what I find is a cracked jug (2nd square, bottom row)

     

     

  • SNAKE: Coiled up on the soft warm, mire, while I bathe myself in heat from the torches fire (6th square, 2nd row)

     

     

    CEREMONIAL PLATFORM

     

  • I buzz and sting while flying past, in prisoner stripes with yellow cast (buzzing bumble bee) bottom left corner

     

     

  • With wooden grip and bladed top, I’m used to mow and reap the crop (a rusty scythe) bottom right

     

     

  • When given a door or crates to pry, I’m that on which you must rely (a crowbar) leaning on the left tree

     

     

  • I’ll shift the pins inside the hole, to pass locked threshold with no toll (a key) above the middle of the riddle

     

     

  • I once carried water from the rivers ‘cross land, but I cracked when I dropped from a most careless hand. (broken jar) bottom left

     

     

  • When Jack must jump both nimble and quick, he’d leap my base and waxy wick (an antique candlestick) left- at the bottom of the arch

     

     

  • Surely, I’ll charge upon seeing the red; It’s your task to flee from the horns on my head (a charging bull) between the arch etched on the stone ground

     

     

  • Growing through cracks and entangling stone, I’ll surely remind you of love you’ve been shown (a heart) heart made of green twine, that is on top the arch, just below the sky

     

     

  • Upon a branch I’m perched by claw, with feathers red and squawking maw (a perching parrot) top left side

     

     

  • I stand in guard of buried bed, a crisscrossed stone to mark the dead (a headstone) left side, behind the tree, shaped like a cross made out of stone

     

     

  • Upon your back I’m always near, for carrying books or camping gear (a camper’s backpack) left side, behind the pillars

     

     

  • I climb this trunk in armor strong, three pair of legs, antenna long (a crawling beetle) climbing the tree on the left

     

     

  • I’m a golden jar with room to store assorted goods in hollowed core (a yellow jug) on the back of the platform, sitting on the ground

     

     

  • Atop this arch, on stones they stacked, I’ve found a place to rest and quack (a nesting duck) on top of the arch

     

     

  • I flicker my tongue as I slither through trees, a green rope of scales riding branches in breeze (a green tree snake) top right, on tree branches

     

     

  • Through prying pulls and mighty swings, my function is to nail things (a hammer) above the riddle itself, left side

     

     

  • Sailing skies by fuel of air, my basket takes you anywhere (a hot hair balloon) top left, in the sky

     

     

  • Filled with jewelry, gems and cash, I truly house a wealthy stash (a treasure chest) right side, under the tree

     

     

  • In trees down under I’m the chief, of gorging tasty eucalyptus leaf (a climbing koala) on the tree, right side

     

     

  • Upon a branch I’m perched by claw, with feathers red and squawking maw (a perching parrot) top left

     

     

  • Upon this trunk I’m crawling thing, with claws to pinch and tail to sting (a stinging scorpion) top left, on the tree bark

     

     

  • A message sent from far to near; if holding half our pair you’ll hear (a set of walkie talkies) left side of the platform

     

     

    UNLOCKING THE CLOCK TOWER

     

  • BOX: I hold a delicious peach cobbler pie, you’ll find me in front of three hungry "I" s (2nd square, 2nd row)

     

     

  • WRENCH: Of the many gears rotating on par, I prefer the one with the five pointed star (2nd square, bottom row)

     

     

  • GLASSES: When two hands meet I can be seen, for today that would be three seventeen (4th square, second row)

     

     

  • BOOK: I search for pairs which are last in row, the capital of "Hawaii" is the place I’ll go (2nd square, 1st row)

     

     

    CLOCK TOWER

     

  • Approached by a hound I’d make hasty retreat; I’m a pet who’s known always to land on its feet (a cat) left, close to steps

     

     

  • For assembly of parts I’m a tool of use, a handle with grippers to twist a bolt loose (left side) under gears

     

     

  • I’ve a fire hued letter of lines numbering three, a teaching toy carved from the trunk of a tree (AN "H" BLOCK) top left corner

     

     

  • My slices are used in pies or in fritters, if I’ve not been invaded by green wormy critters (an apple) left side of the bottom of the clock

     

     

  • I’m a dino’s descendant of diminished height, a dweller of lounges late into the night (a lizard) under the clock, between the gears

     

     

  • I’m an integral part of a magical trick, from out of a pack I’m the one you might pick (a playing card) bottom right corner

     

     

  • Named like a tooth’s top but pertaining to head, I’m not a king’s hair but its cover instead (a crown) on the top of the second gear that is in front of the clock

     

     

  • I’m a string indicating new decade’s begun; a number post month and day starting with one (the date "1970") on right, on a small gear

     

     

  • For unsealing doors I’m the tool who’ll assist, a blade to turn cylinder when given a twist (a key) upper left, etched on the wall

     

     

  • I’ve a stem and a cap which are by cartons sold, a seat for a toad and a cousin to mold (a mushroom) left side, below the clock

     

     

  • I’m a romantic shape known for making blood flow, pierced by projectile released from a bow (a heart and arrow) on right, on the wood beams

     

     

  • I’m a rope-like green creature who lives in a hole, not strangling prey but constricting a pole (a snake) on left

     

     

  • I’m one third of "two" and replacing a one, two crucial crossed lines in a spelling of "ton" (a letter "T") where the number eleven should be on the big clock)

     

     

  • In a browser’s address bar I’m post world wide, a sticky silk weave where the eight legged hide (a web) center of the clock

     

     

  • Where you should find IV I’m a set of two two’s, by hands reached or passed as the hour accrues (four "I"s ) on the left side of the clock-IIII

     

     

  • I’m a symbol with numbers in game player’s hands, brightly sparkling set into engagement hands (a red diamond) above the right side of the riddle

     

     

  • I’m a spangler of banners and heavens above; I mean not a play but lead actors thereof (a star) engraved on the second gear below the clock

     

     

    CLOUDY PEAKS

     

  • I’m a thundering lizard with plates on my back, used for defense and not to hold meal or snack (a stegosaurus) left side of the screen, dinosaur

     

     

  • I’m a place to keep mixtures and potions you’ve pieced; if shattered you’d find all my contents released (a bottle) bottom right, on the steps

     

     

  • Before I’m affixed you would give me a lick, for I must be made wet so I’ll properly stick (a stamp) top right side, affixed on the tallest building

     

     

  • I’m two halves of cavalry joined at the waist, a jockey and steed paired long after the race (a centaur) right of the screen, by the steps, combination of a man and a horse

     

     

  • I’ll seal myself in chrysalis one day, till I unfold my flappers and flutter away (a caterpillar) lower right side, on the steps

     

     

  • I’m a cold blooded critter who changes his tone, but I don’t merely blend, for I’m made of stone (a carved lizard) left mountain, closer to the sky

     

     

  • I’m a sinister staff with points gathered in three’s, held by Poseidon, the god of the seas (a trident) carved on the left mountain next to the tiger

     

     

  • I make BLT’s meat when my whole’s decompiled, a porker with tusks freely roaming the wild (a boar) left side, lower part of the mountain

     

     

  • I’m the carnivorous king of the African plain, a mighty beast known for my roar and my mane (a lion) middle

     

     

  • I’m a mythical warrior who stands on four feet; I’ve no need of a horse, I’ve my own hooves to beat (a centaur) half man, half horse, on right, by the steps

     

     

  • I’m a long-snouted critter you’ll find standing tall, sensing danger I roll into a defensive ball (an armadillo) top left

     

     

  • I’m a mythical monster just lying around, holding breath to stop seating from burning to ground (a resting dragon) top middle

     

     

  • It’s a floor’s dirt and grime that I oft push around, a handle with bristles for cleaning the ground (a push broom) top right,by the top entrance of the building

     

     

  • I’ve a coating of scales and a tongue that I flutter, a diamond backed biter at rest in the gutter (a snake) on left of building’s gutter

     

     

  • My roots having rotted, I’ve fallen to ground; upon me no branches or leaves may be found (a fallen log) on right, at the right of the centaur

     

     

  • I’m the largest of land dwelling mammals on earth, growing twenty two months from conception to birth (an elephant) on right

     

     

  • I’m an etch of gigantic chest-pounding beast, intending to make a small warrior his feast (a carving of a gorilla) on left side of the building

     

     

  • I’m a Cerberus dressed in reptilian disguise, a Greek myth’s great serpent with three pairs of eyes (a three headed Hydra) top left corner

     

     

    CLOUDY PEAKS (WITH PEOPLE)

     

  • I’m trained in this terrain and thus am a natural guide, my new role however is to always be by the princess’ side (a guide) sitting at the steps, on right side

     

     

  • I contrast in colors in this very scene, easily marked in a sea of healthy green (a withering tree) left side, under the children

     

     

  • I hold the weapon over and back, stretching my body for tonight’s attack (a tall warrior) bottom level of the temple, left side

     

     

  • I may be short but I’m skillful in the field, I thrust quickly with the spear and defend well with the shield (a young warrior) bottom the temple, close to the door

     

     

  • Unlike the others I’m painted in blue, I silently reach my target and stay out of view (the stealthy warrior) bottom left corner

     

     

  • We’re a pair too young and small to join the fight, but we’ll give our blessings to the warriors leaving here tonight (two children) top left

     

     

  • I’m nursing my child and tending the chattels, while praying for my husband to return safely from battle (a mother holding a child) top right of the temple

     

     

  • A mother of three and expecting a fourth, I wonder what the invaders are planning from the far north (a pregnant mother) top right of the temple

     

     

  • My brother and I are in the princess’ debt, we’ll join the battle once the sun has set (warrior siblings) top left corner

     

     

  • I’m the youngling who wishes to join the elder’s quest, unlike the others I’m the one fully dressed (the ambitious boy) left corner, the middle kid in the group of three

     

    CONQUISTADOR’S LOUNGE

     

  • I’m a crunchy creation of dough in a twist, a morsel of salty snacks not to be missed (a pretzel) bottom right corner, under the table

     

     

  • To capture a carrot’s my grandest of schemes, a tortoise’s racer to watch over dreams (a carved rabbit) left, on the headboard of the bed that is closest to the window

     

     

  • A golden tube granting a view of afar, I magnify distant isles, planets and stars(a telescope) left, top of the wall, above the first bed

     

     

  • I’m the instrument el mariachi would pick, my fingered frets sounding out improvised lick (a guitar) left, in between the two beds

     

     

  • I’m a place where the lion and giraffe freely roam, a hanging souvenir of King Tut’s desert home (an Africa banner) left, hanging above the bed

     

     

  • I’m a wee waxy wand with a brightening flare, a paraffin stick that’s turned off by blown air (a candlestick)right side, on the white mantle, above the table

     

     

  • I’m a hanging brand being kept in reserve, should a fencer require an edge with a curve(a curved sword) on the ceiling, above the right side of the window

     

     

  • I’m a once ugly duckling who’s now found his place, as a feathery figure on a head board’ front face (a carved duck) carved on the headboard above the first bed on the left

     

     

  • I’m a two percent beverage with non-dairy clones, a potable calcium-rich strengthener of bones (a carton of milk) on right, on top of the table

     

     

  • I’ve a crossing of gold lines in a field of red, a banner above those who would rest weary head (an "X’ banner)left, above 2nd bed

     

     

  • I’m an ideal creature companion to own, a retriever of ball or a frisbee when thrown (a dog) in the back, sitting at the door

     

     

  • I keep debris from landing on parts I contain, like a turtles tough shell for protecting your brain (a hard hat) bottom right, under table

     

     

  • I’m a remote hand-held talker with two different modes, for chatting on end or for sending Morse Codes (a walkie talkie) on left, on the side of the 1st bed

     

     

  • I’m best kept on hand with a fireplace in house, stopping wayward inferno in need of a douse (a fire extinguisher) on right, on mantle, above table

     

     

  • We’re fruit flavored floaters in a milky sea, crunchy bites from a box with a small toy for free (a bowl of cereal) right, on the edge of the table

     

     

  • When curtains are closed and the door sealed tight, I’m a hole in the threshold for viewing the night (a door window) back, on the door

     

     

  • I’m a weaving of fabric to cover the soles, mended or tossed when I’ve heel-worn holes (a sock) on the second bed

     

     

  • We’re a pair of keratinous pointers immense, the weapon of charging bulls on the offense (a pair of mounted horns) top left side, above the 2nd bed

     

     

    FOOD CHAMBER

     

  • I heat water for chamomiles, greens and earl greys, a whistler the color of sun’s brightening rays (a yellow tea kettle) in the middle of the floor

     

     

  • We’re wooden bouquet best for stirring up pots, three stirrers in vase with some decorative dots (a jar of wooden spoons) in the middle of the floor

     

     

  • For whipping up mixtures, I’ve powerful beaters, and bowl to make meals for an army of eaters(an electric mixer) right side, next to the counter

     

     

  • We’re the golden hued bunch that’s preferred by an ape, a peelable snack with a long crescent shape (a bunch of bananas) bottom right side, by the wall

     

     

  • I’m a tool to keep roasting birds juicy and plump; I add moisture on top with each hand powered pump(a turkey baster) right side, facing the flour sack, white base with a red bulb

     

     

  • I’m a place where four slices are lowered in slot, to be slathered with butter once crispy and hot (a toaster) back wall, 1st shelf

     

     

  • I am to the hand what a sock is to feet, worn while cooking to keep out, not keep in, the heat (a oven mitt) red and white mitt, on the floor, left side

     

     

  • I was once what expanded when cattle inhaled, a succulent rack on a steel hook impaled (a rack of ribs) hanging on the right side of the wall

     

     

  • We add distance from ground as you walk down the street, a high heeled old-western cover for feet (a pair of boots) brown boots that blend into the wall, at the bottom right side of the counter

     

     

  • I’m a curdled milk solid which perfectly rolls, with a fraction removed to reveal gas-made holes (a wheel of cheese) on the counter, right side

     

     

  • I’m a tool oft used take bread from the stoves, a flat board for inserting or removing loaves (a bread board) top left, second piece hanging from the ceiling

     

     

  • I have not a crick but a cork in my neck; a notable booster of fine diner’s check (a bottle of wine) right side of the counter

     

     

  • I’m a miniature pitcher of small spheres in red, not carrying liquid but sweet fruit instead (a cup of berries) left side of the counter

     

     

  • When pureed we’re matched up with mustard on meat; we’re chunks found in salsa but don’t add the heat (a basket of tomatoes) bottom right

     

     

  • I’m a gathering of long angel hair in a bunch, a container pre-boiled Italian lunch (a container of pasta) blue can, top left, of top shelf

     

     

  • Our fire hued peels are grated for zest; it’s for our squeezed breakfast time juice we’re known best (a basket of oranges) right side, under the hanging meat

     

     

  • When preparing a meal I’m what to access, a wide open manual for cooking success (a cookbook) left side by the back wall

     

     

  • I’m a tool for pounding and softening meat, ensuring it’s less chewy and easier to eat (a meat tenderizer) bottom right, in front of the sack of flour

     

     

  • I assist to mix drinks however they’re preferred, a means to make martinis shaken, not stirred (a cocktail shaker) left side of the counter

     

     

  • I’ve no feathers because I’m carved wooden fake, a slender necked fowl found to swim about lake (a carved swan)on the wall, on the left of the counter

     

     

  • I’ve a sweet ruby flesh with black specks beneath rind; by my name you might think I’m aquatic find (a watermelon) left side

     

     

  • We share a name with ground grain but we’re differently spelled, two growths in a pot to by noses be smelled (flowers in a vase) right corner of top shelf

     

     

  • I’m an odd colored cooker that hangs among many, a boiling bucket the shade of a penny (a copper pot) hanging from ceiling

     

     

  • I’ve a broad wooden blade with a handle to grip, a tool to give omelets and pancakes a flip (a spatula) hanging from ceiling

     

     

  • I’m active yeast added to dough rolled in round, removed from the oven once crusted and browned (a loaf of bread) on the middle of the counter

     

     

  • We’re a collection of words under covers to crack, three horizontal tomes in a vertical stack (a stack of books) right edge of middle shelf

     

     

  • We’re two beefy sides on the opposite of three, supported by what catches fish of the sea (two slabs of meat) left, hanging on the wall

     

     

  • For crunching at lunchtime I’m cut into sticks, a fiery hued root for a vegetable mix (a carrot) left of the floor

     

     

  • I’m a bowl with a stem above foot just below, a shattering vessel for sipping merlot (a wine glass) right edge of the counter

     

     

  • If I’d skip wormy meals my life would be spared, for as soon as I bite, I’ll have found myself snared (a fish) left side of the counter

     

     

  • I’m a pot of tall grass from which common grain’s taken, ground to make flour when there’s bread that needs bakin’ (a container of wheat) green pot on left side

     

     

  • I confirm that the making of a meal’s complete, for I notify cooks when it’s reached proper heat (a thermometer) in the big silver pot that is in the middle of the table

     

    GILDED CHAMBER

     

  • When fighting crime I’m an enforcer’s resource, for I quickly drop perpetrator’s by my non-lethal force (a policeman’s baton) right side, inside the arch of the doorway

     

     

  • I’m the masculine partner to milk-giving cattle, a horned and ringed creature that matadors battle (an etched bull) back wall, etched on the top of the wall, towards the center

     

     

  • I split all the long boards when building a home, a zigzagged wood cutter adorning the dome (an etched saw) on the ceiling, left side of the dome, hard to see but look for the jagged edges

     

     

  • I’m a warning to keep evil spirits away, a medieval rooftop’s grotesque stone display (a stone gargoyle) above the riddle, center

     

     

  • I’m a partially shadowed Earth-orbiter high, for my placement in room matches placement in sky(an etched crescent moon) on the ceiling, inside the dome, half moon symbol

     

     

  • It’s a formal enhancement to suit I provide, my center in knot with a loop each inside(an etched bow tie) bottom left, etched on the left side of the doorway

     

     

  • I’m an image oft seen upon tide’s highest spike, assailing the shore with a quadruple strike (an etching of four waves) right side, on the back wall

     

     

  • I’m the mark of a man standing oddly on the wall, two heels and arches, ten digits tall (an etched pair of footprints) back wall, close to the center

     

     

  • I’m a sharpened shooter drawn by string, oft aimed at a bulls-eye’s inner ring (an etched arrow) left side, inside the doorway, on the wall

     

     

  • I stand above S on compasses’ face ; in name and in number I hold the first place (the letter "N")on the side of left doorway

     

     

  • With sunlight and water I’d rise from the ground, ‘twixt square and triangle I’m sure to be found (an etching of a flower) op of the back wall, 5th etching

     

     

  • I’m decor to make holiday spirits increase, a golden depiction of the woods’ basic piece (an etching of a pine tree) left side, top of the back wall

     

     

  • I’m unique in hue from two others I match, a day-sky colored bird’s shell soon to hatch(a blue egg) back wall, towards the middle

     

     

  • Within me your valuables’ safety’s assured, yet my lid lock’s been carelessly left unsecured (an open trunk) right side, against the wall

     

     

  • I’m the twins in a "buzzard" and within zoos I hide, an alternate meaning for "N" on its side (the letter "Z")left side, on the side of the doorway

     

     

  • I’m a lounge for a lady on orbiting rock, a space woman whittled from cellulose block (a statue of a crescent moon) back wall, middle

     

     

  • I’ve three angled points and three even sides; at my center you’ll find where my smaller twin hides (an etching of two triangles) right side, top of the wall, triangle inside a triangle

     

     

  • We’re two neighbors among five of our kind; mix us and you get a green gooey slime (a yellow and blue bottle) bottom right corner

     

     

  • My name is a strange one most would agree, like a teacher’s desk fruit from a holiday tree (a pineapple) bottom right

     

     

  • I’m a sovereign who hails from hot desert lands, at rest in a tomb rising high from the sands (a pharaoh statue) above the riddle, left side

     

     

  • I’m a stacking of circles to which arrows flew, my center scored highest when point’s aim was true (an etched bulls-eye)on left, inside doorway

     

     

  • I precede the lone "tea" in an airline’s snack cart, a sign always found at the center of "art" (the letter R") on right, inside doorway

     

     

    HIGH COURTYARD

     

  • I’m a unique etch on column tall, red angled lines in rise and fall (a red zigzag design)right column

     

     

  • I’m Grecian symbol last in line, a horseshoe not but uncial sign (a Greek alphabet letter Omega) upside down U shape, far left column

     

     

  • I’ve a grip handle and tube where munitions embark, my powder ignited by flint powered spark (an antique pistol) middle of the ground

     

     

  • I’m a mythical quadruped painted in white, a cowboy’s companion enabled for flight (a Pegasus) etched at the bottom of right column

     

     

  • A best friend to man but metallic in cast, when raced upon track I’m incredibly fast (a greyhound statue) left side

     

     

  • Passed through an eye we form hand stitching team, a colorful roll to bend cloth at the seam(a spool of thread) sitting on the right column

     

     

  • If you looked to your feet I’d be found just below, a herald of doors bidding friendly hello(a welcome mat) on the ground, above the riddle itself

     

     

  • A sky-like line in twisting spin, I’m not unlike tornado’s wind (a blue wave pattern) etched in the far left column

     

     

  • I ride upon handle on pedaler’s route, an announcer of presence when given a toot (a bicycle horn) bottom right, base of the pillar

     

     

  • I’m a pusher of fastener’s heads flush to the ground, a handle of steel made to drive by the pound (a hammer) on the ground, above the riddle itself

     

     

  • In horror films often seen taking my stabs, I’m a tool of butchers to cut meaty slabs (a butcher’s knife) bottom of the pillar that is on the far left side

     

     

  • I’m a ligneous quadruped stabled by feet, your place at the bar when in need of a seat (a stool) between the two pillars that are closest to the mountains, on the ground

     

     

  • I’m a singular troop in the toy war machine, a miniscule fighter with skin molded green (a toy army man) at the base of the column on the left side

     

     

    HIGH COURTYARD WITH PEOPLE

     

  • I’m no battle soldier shown from my unkempt characteristics, but I readily make that up with my excellent logistics (the logician) the man holding the parchment paper

     

     

  • I’m a parchment which outlines the temple’s portal, believed to bring those closer to the Amulet of Immortals (a fabled map) the parchment paper that is in the man’s hand

     

     

  • In this sacred ground I’m home to the royal deceased, attended only by the noble and the devoted priests (The Mayan Temple) close to the mountains

     

     

  • From the day I was born protection is my sole duty, unlike others I’m engraved with a feathered beauty (the swan plate) on the back of the man that is close to the far right column

     

     

  • Plucked from the largest crimson Aves, I’m attached onto helms and worn by the brave(a feathered helm) click on the red feather that is blowing in the wind, attached to the man’s helm

     

     

  • I take many men six feet under, last thing they heard was my sound thunder (15 th century harquebus) rifle that is leaning on the right column

     

     

  • I enlisted in this perilous journey not in search for gold, but rather to explore and, like an adventure story, watch my life unfold (Diego Castanos) man reading a book who is leaning against the left column

     

     

    MAYAN GARDEN

     

  • The pirates were quick to hide riches I’ve carried, and yet I remain above ground, quite unburied (a treasure chest) right side

     

     

  • When filled up with powder and triggered to light, I’ll launch a lead pellet you’ve aimed by sight (a flintlock pistol)middle on the ground

     

     

  • If feel at home in the hot, humid swamp, where I often will leap, from the water to chomp (a hungry alligator) bottom left

     

     

  • Peddle me quickly or peddle me slow, my wheels will take you where e’er you must go(rusty bicycle) middle

     

     

  • I’m better than sneakers in every way, if you’re planning to do any hiking today (a pair of boots) left side

     

     

  • On a jungle safari, when trekking for days, I’ll shield your noggin from harsh solar rays (pith helmet) on left

     

     

  • On wings black night, through the sky shall I soar, but for now I am perched as I speak "nevermore" (raven) right , close to the temple

     

     

  • I’m smaller than bass, but larger than fiddle, with four steel strings running straight down my middle (an antique cello) left side, on the steps

     

     

  • Precisely one hundred cents I equate, the very same value without all the weight (a dollar bill) on the ground, next to the alligator

     

     

  • We grew from the ground, blossomed with grace, and then we were picked and arranged in this vase (a bouquet) red roses, top left

     

     

  • Feed in the paper and tap on my keys; I’ll transfer your words to the pages with ease (a dusty old typewriter) top left. sitting on the steps

     

     

  • You’d likely be given this type of award, in honor of all of the points you have scored (a silver trophy) right side, on the steps

     

     

  • With eight creeping legs and eight watching eyes, I crawl and I weave and I feast on the flies (a hairy spider) top left, on the tree branch

     

     

  • You’ll find on my surface a great many hues; I’m home to a spectrum of reds, greens and blues (an artist’s paint pallet) left side,on the ground

     

     

  • I’m useless by day, but most handy at night, for dispelling darkness with powerful light (an old lantern) right side, under the tree

     

     

  • As the sun rises, you’ll stir from your slumber; I’ll surely sound bells when we reach the right number (an alarm clock) left side

     

     

  • Away from the water where his cousins would be, this tiny green fellow may live in a tree (a green tree frog)bottom left corner

     

     

  • I’ll quickly sound rattles when given a fright; You’d be wise to flee. After all, I do bite (a poisonous rattlesnake) bottom right corner

     

     

  • Play a beautiful song to be heard all around; a breath through my chamber creates such a sound (an antique flute) right side, leaning against the steps

     

     

  • So you’d like to see just a bit further, you say? My lenses boost vision of sites far away (a pair of binoculars) above the right side of the riddle

     

     

  • I wrapped myself in cocoon for a bout, and found I had wings when I finally came out (a beautiful butterfly) bottom left corner

     

     

    MYSTIQUE ROOM

     

  • I’m what’s left by the pirates beneath earthen floor; exhumed I’d reveal great riches and more (a treasure chest) right side, against the back wall

     

     

  • It’s my mightiest charge that a red cape would bring, a creature twixt weather and orbital ring (a bull glyph) top of the wall, middle

     

     

  • I’m a brightening trident with wicks set alight, a shimmering stand polished golden and bright (a golden candelabra) right side, against the back wall

     

     

  • I’m a mouse’s arch nemesis built of dark stone, a Siamese house pet’s artfully carved clone (a cat statue) left side, against the wall

     

     

  • I’m a most toxic tonic with warning displayed, a mixture of hemlock, death cap or night shade (a bottle of poison) right side, against the wall

     

     

  • I’m a vamp’s alter ego in post-sunset flight, a neighbor to cold weather’s sprinkle of white (a bat glyph) right side, last glyph on 2nd row

     

     

  • we’re a humerus passing over one of the same, the twenty fourth letter and a human arm’s frame(a pair of crossbones) left side, on the floor

     

     

  • I’m a most fragrant blossom that opens in sun, growing near columns and air on the run (a flower glyph) top left, 2nd glyph, 2nd row

     

     

  • I’m Taurus’s seer and shot arrow’s goal, a neighbor to part of a full face’s hole (a bull’s eye glyph ) middle of the wall, 3rd row

     

     

  • I dwell on the floor like an emerald vine, a creature made merely of head and crimson spine (a green snake) on right,floor, close to the wall

     

     

  • I’m a greeting from hands and eroder of shores, a neighbor to spectrums seen after rain pours (a wave glyph) top right, 6th symbol from the right

     

     

  • I’m a bark coated flora with branches and roots, a neighbor to reason for winter time boots (a tree glyph) middle of the bottom row of glyphs on the wall

     

     

  • I’m a movement of air above flower in bloom, a gust to the side of to where arrows zoom (a wind glyph) top left, 3rd glyph,1st row

     

     

  • When a warrior wields me, he’s gold in his hand, and steel to swing as he’s taking a stand (a sword) bottom right

     

     

  • I’m a spectrum created by light through mist, an arc with a planet and star in it’s midst (a rainbow glyph ) left side of the wall, 2nd glyph, 3rd row

     

     

  • I dwell near the plant upon which apples grow, a mountainous formation with orange molten flow (a volcano glyph) last row of glyphs, in the middle

     

     

  • I’m a ground drenching bringer of thunder and lightning, a sailor of skies near a reptile most frightening (a rain cloud glyph) right side,last row of glyphs, 3rd one from the right

     

     

  • I’m an etched marble threshold with curve at my height, beneath curves of color in spectrums most bright (an arch glyph) right side, second row of glyphs,5th from the right

     

     

  • On my face you’ll find valuable diamonds in pair, the kind you’d not cut but could easily tear (a playing card) bottom right

     

     

  • We’re ivory boxes with pips on each face; in gaming we’re rolled to move piece to new space (a set of dice) bottom, above the right side of the riddle

     

     

  • I’m named like a fold-covered gathering of matches, with a spine binding paper, and two golden latches(a closed book) bottom right corner

     

    UNLOCKING THE OBSERVATORY

     

  • WIZARD: Resembling a mage of the most enlightening, to truly harness my magical power place me where there’s lightning (5th square, top row)

     

     

  • BOOK: I am the special glyph much like the other three, connect each of us individually can form a rotated Z (5th square, 3rd row)

     

     

  • VIAL: I am a vial of sweet ghostly stew, placed on bursting fire to produce this perfect brew (2nd square, 2nd row)

     

     

  • WOLF: A man or a wolf wherever I dwell, through the cycle of the moon can you really tell (2nd square, bottom row)

     

     

    OBSERVATORY

     

  • I’m a steely brand with a blade less than tall, a tiny Excalibur stuck in the wall (a dagger) top left side

     

     

  • I’ve a true toxic strike and a wide hooded flare, with a flickering tongue meant for tasting the air (a painting of a cobra) right

     

     

  • I’m a reverse of a speaker yet we’re used in accord, for it’s also a speaker I’m oft to record (a microphone) bottom of the screen, towards the middle side

     

     

  • From your dark viewpoint no cloud blocks my sight; you’ll spy me in the sky where I echo sunlight (the moon in the sky) on the ceiling

     

     

  • I’m balanced on fins with a gold wave below, oft seen to jump hoops in a zoo’s water show (a painting of a dolphin) right side

     

     

  • If you find me not empty I’ve spirits inside, sealed in blue chamber ‘neath neck much less wide(a blue bottle) middle of the screen

     

     

  • I’m wooden stand and cylindrical glass, a tool for testing in chemistry class (a rack of test tubes) left side, under the telescope

     

     

  • By diagonal hop on my board you must go; jumping pieces o’er squares to be kinged in far row (a checkerboard) right side, on the floor

     

     

  • I’m the word said in concert with photo’s forced smile, a product of milk that has curdled a while (wheels of cheese) left side, on round table

     

     

  • If you’ve no lunchbox or cooler to pack, through the work day I’ll carry your lunch or snack (a paper bag ) left, on the floor

     

     

  • I’ve a blade and a bow to form a different kind of wand; Just turn me in gate to gain passage beyond (a key) on the far right side of the wall

     

     

  • Despite clashing colors we make a great pair, ensuring sure footing to score strike or spare (a pair of bowling shoes) directly underneath the big telescope

     

     

  • When filled to the top you might say I’ve been wined; I’m the fanciest cast-metal vessel you’ll find (a silver goblet) on the round table, in front of the big telescope

     

     

  • Jumping and lumber you’ve heard with my half, paired with a sphere in a child’s game for laughs (a ball and jacks) left side, of the riddle itself on the floor

     

     

  • I’ve wings and a cone painted shiny and bright, a vessel for astronauts on a cosmic toy flight (a toy rocket) top if the screen, right side of the full moon

     

     

  • With spring wound up tightly I waddle and stomp, a humorous toy with a chattering chomp (wind-up teeth) under the big telescope

     

     

  • I stand before stars in a lit and dressed scene, burning light to the frames for display on big screen (a movie camera)right side, next to the column

     

     

  • For the molars and like I prevent all decay, ensuring their health if I’m used thrice a day (a toothbrush) bottom left, on the column

     

     

  • Upon a shop counter I’ve critical skills ; I tabulate purchase and house coins and bills (a cash register) right side, on the floor, underneath the golden dolphin that’s on the wall

     

     

  • One hundred and eighty I measure inside, with corner of ninety and a twin that I hide (a right triangle) etched underneath the round table, above the riddle itself

     

     

  • In a field of seven with crescent nearby, I’m unique above waves with my rosy points high (a lone red star) ceiling, top right

     

     

  • I record a still image you find through my sight, producing a picture of incoming light (an antique camera) right side, on the floor

     

     

  • The flow of the air makes my sound when you squeeze, a musical tone that depends on played keys (an accordion) bottom left, on the floor

     

     

  • I’m a miniscule star painted fiery and round, a creator of day for I light and warm ground (a painting of the sun) on the ceiling, top left

     

     

  • I’m right at the core of a long arm or leg; It’s for I or a scrap that a canine may beg (a bone) right side, above the right edge of the riddle itself

     

     

  • I’m the remnant whole of brain casing astray, from a creature of forest once fallen by prey (a deer skull) right side, under the gold dolphin

     

     

    UNLOCKING THE PILLARS OF THE GODS

     

  • I – These pillars are constructed from stone and carved wood, you’d find me located on the engraving of a serpentine hood (2nd row, 1st square)

     

     

  • II – You won’t find a person dressed like this at the time of present, for what I am attracted to is the historic Mayan peasant(2nd square, 3rd row

     

     

  • III – I am located on the idol with a big wide frown, its expression affected by the sizzling sun right on its crown (2nd square, 2nd row)

     

     

  • IV – I am not located on a pillar but between spaces, you’ll find me in a neat layer of three unique faces (5th square, 2nd row?)

     

     

  • V – Equally spaced between One and Four you’d likely agree, I am also adjacent to a number two less than me (3rd square, 2nd row)

     

     

    PILLARS OF THE GODS

     

  • I’m a tool for rolling without any wheels, a flattener of dough to make crust for your meals (a rolling pin) right, on the floor, at the bottom of the pillar

     

     

  • I’m a sword fighter’s blade of more artful regard, a saber swung forth with a shout of en garde (a fencing saber) on the floor, on the red carpet, above the riddle itself

     

     

  • I’m the rippling source of a beaches loud roar, a segment of salty sea pounding the shore (a blue wave design)left side, carved into the first blue pillar

     

     

  • I’ll have fairy-placed cash ‘neath my pillow in morning, for it seems I’ve forgotten to heed dentists warning (a tribal figure with a missing tooth) first pillar on the right

     

     

  • I’m a comfortable seat for a man on a roll, built to assist with one’s difficult stroll (an antique wheelchair) left, behind the pillars, on the red carpet

     

     

  • I’m a traveling witch’s long wooden ride, a tidier of floors where’er dust and dirt hide (a broom) leaning up against the first pillar on the right

     

     

  • I’m a night-flying creature with featherless wings, the most dreaded of vampiric nocturnal things (a bat) left side, on the green ceiling, flying between pillars

     

     

  • I’m meant to block entry not permanently, for I humbly grant passage if pierced by a key (a lock) left side, on the floor

     

     

  • I’m much like a perch, a bass or a sole, but miniscule golden and kept in a bowl (a goldfish) left side, bottom of purple pillar

     

     

  • I’m a four sided shape and a playing card’s suit, a valuable bit of a treasure chest’s loot (a set of red gems) 4 red diamond shape pieces on top of the green pillar, left side

     

     

  • Ignited I shine so in darkness you’ll see ; I’m a home for who’s known to grant wishes by three (Aladdin’s lamp) bottom right corner

     

     

  • I’m a gear driven teller found high atop tower, my hands point direction to minute and hour (a clock) left side, sitting on the green pillar

     

     

  • I’m a bald-headed flyer with feathery physique, a column-side painting with talons and beaks (an eagle) right side, second column that is closest to the red carpet

     

     

  • I’m a farmer’s alarm clock in feathery disguise, for I mightily crow when I spot the sunrise (a rooster) sitting on the green pillar, left side

     

     

  • I’m a violent crater with fiery orange splash, a mountain that buried Pompeii beneath ash (a volcano) left side, at the base of the green pillar

     

     

  • I’m a symbolic chain of two V’s and five eyes, five modern day digits in Roman disguise (a set of Roman numerals) on left, bottom of the green pillar

     

     

  • I’m a seer without an accompanying face, a fire-hued blinker that stares into space (an image of an eye) on left, bottom of yellow pillar

     

     

  • I’m an easily shattered container for brew, from molten sand blown in a sapphire hue (a blue bottle) left side, next to green pillar

     

     

  • I’m the shape of a fish with five-limbed plodding pace, a large sun near a crescent shaped object from space(a star) left side on the green pillar, close to the rooster

     

     

  • I’m the source of a sleigh ride in wintertime’s jingle; on top of a church or at cow’s neck I mingle (a bell) bottom left

     

     

  • I’m the opposite of daughter with U at the core, unseen after nightfall, but surely before (a sun) on left, top of the blue pillar in the back

     

     

  • Affixed to the foot I would speed travel’s pace, but you’d be far more likely to fall on your face (a roller skate) bottom left

     

     

  • I’m an orbiting homeland with hot molten core; I keep mountainous peaks and a deep ocean floor (an image of earth) on right, bottom of 1st pillar

     

     

  • To force a batter’s walk, I’m the number of balls, my lone letters like twisting vines growing up walls (a Roman numeral IV)left side, top of the blue pillar

     

     

    PRISON

     

  • An Italian collection with seven eyes first, we’re well known to all who’re numerically versed (a set of Roman numerals) very hard to see, it’s etched on the wall, between 2 cell doors on the second floor, in the middle of the screen, directly above the guillotine

     

     

  • I belong not in war yet I’m found in a tank, my baking ‘neath sun makes the beaches smell rank (a carved stone fish) carved on the wall, behind the guillotine, between the first and second floor

     

     

  • I hold tools for the doc to check prisoner’s well being, should they happen to fall ill before time freeing (a doctor’s bag) at the base of the guillotine

     

     

  • Like a xylophone’s cross we’re mount on the wall, points thrown by the tribe to make animals full (a pair of crossed spears)top right, under the dome

     

     

  • On each pocketed ring I’m a jingling stick, a design on the door which I’d open right quick (a metal key design) left side, on the second cell door

     

     

  • To apex I’m raised with intention to drop; I terminally shorten one’s height from the top (the guillotine’s blade) silver object on top of the guillotine, in the middle of the screen

     

     

  • For cutting the crop I’m an old farmers’ boon, my grip at the base of an Earth shadowed moon (a scythe) left, on the floor, between 1st and 2nd cell door

     

     

  • I’m the figure found leading and ending a "kick"; without me a night could slay no dragon quick (a letter "K") left side, on the side of the second cell door that is on the bottom level

     

     

  • I represent current at heaviest flow, my name shared with hand saying bye or hello (a carved wave design) carved in between two doors, that are on the second floor of the prison, at the top of the guillotine

     

     

  • That a bank’s come up short is of criminal fault; we’re dinero in duffels escaped from the vault(a pair of money bags ) on the left side of the round orange platform

     

     

  • I’m a pair of oak jaws with depression for wrist; to bind on display is my functioning’s gist (a wooden stockade)right side, large red rusty contraption, that is on the right side of the round platform

     

     

  • I’ve a growl like a stomach and a talon’s sharp claws, a carnivore built to enforce jungle’s law (a lounging tiger) left,in front of 2nd cell door

     

     

  • Just feed me some trees for summer-like wave; with no gas or electric, much money you’ll save (a wood burning stove) right side, between the last two cell doors on the 1st level

     

     

  • I’m a carpenter’s partner in field of red; to say that I’ve swung hits the nail on the head (a hammer) left, on the 2nd floor, on a red part of the wall

     

     

  • I’m a circle of life amidst salty sea’s spray, an effort of rescue for one cast away (a life preserver) top left corner

     

     

  • On the third floor chipped between two jails, I’m at the end of "start" and the beginning of "tail" (a letter "T") between the 2nd and 3rd cell door from the left

     

     

  • I’m a warning by bolt in a rubicund cone, a sign that accompanies scent of ozone (a high voltage sign)red sign, second floor, between the 2nd and 3rd door

     

     

  • I’m a most striking creature with overlook view, entangling twin spheres of a bloody red hue (a carving of a snake) top left of the dome

     

     

  • I’m a cookie’s new shape when you’ve taken a bite, an orbiting rock like a mile leaning right (a crescent moon) left side, on the wall between the 1st and 2nd floor

     

     

  • I dwell about mound and fly home for a bit, then out my assailant on capture by mitt (a baseball) bottom left, by the 1st door

     

     

  • A letter in mail and a sixth of debate, I give a 4.0 to a child who’s received me in straight (the letter "A") right side, engraved on the cell door

     

     

  • I’m a cryptozoological critter at large, a feathery freak with a bull’s mighty charge (a painting of a horned bird) lower level, between the 2nd and 3rd cell door

     

     

  • I stand before those who politick and teach, a keeper of notes during well rehearsed speech (a podium) left side of the platform

     

     

    RENDEZVOUS POINT

     

  • I’m speckled with darkness and round like a hole; in fields I’m sent by the foot into goal (a soccer ball) left, on the ground

     

     

  • When worn I’m a waterproof layer you’d gain, for I shield your walkers from sock-soaking rain (a pair of rubber boots) left, at bottom of the tent

     

     

  • Of a structure immense I’m a well rendered clone; a portrait depicting a pyramid of stone (painting of a temple) inside the tent

     

     

  • I’m a feature of face to be focused or crossed; a lone spying sphere on a cloth well embossed (an aye) right side of the tent, at the bottom

     

     

  • I’m dressed in a shirt and then hung by my hook; ensuring the clothes keep a wrinkle free look(a clothes hanger) hanging on the right of the tent

     

     

  • I’m what’s held in the hand as the ditch diggers toil; a scoop on a stick for upturning the soil (a shovel) at the entrance of the tent

     

     

  • I’m a U made of iron that’s tacked to the feet; a shield for the hoof of a race jockey’s seat (a horse shoe) left on the ground

     

     

  • I’ve two bracelets fixed by a looping chain band, restricting the distance twixt two entrapped hands(a pair of shackles) on the grass, in front of the tent

     

     

  • I’m an animal’s hand in a golden hue stitched; a decorative paw on a cloth structure pitched (a paw print) right side of the tent opening

     

     

  • I’m a miniature form of what’s trusted and parried; a knight’s trusty blade but more easily carried(a dagger) in the bushes, right side of the tent

     

     

  • we’re two crimson cloths gently flapping and flowing; we point in direction the cool breeze is blowing (two red flags) on top of the tent

     

     

  • In summer around all the flowers do I buzz; a pollen collector with wings and soft buzz (a bumblebee) bottom right corner

     

     

  • From books or camp’s gear are my contents comprised; I’m a bag o’er your shoulder for sundry supplies (a backpack) above the right side of the riddle

     

     

  • From the faraway depths of the cosmos I hail, a boulder of ice with a trailing dust tail (a shooting star) in the sky, above the red flags

     

     

    RIVERSIDE CAVE

     

  • I may save a life if your action is swift; an overboard man would hold my ring to keep adrift. (a life preserver) left side

     

     

  • Two long slats and rungs all constructed of wood, I’ll help you climb higher wherever I’m stood. (a wooden ladder) right side

     

     

  • I make on these waters an elegant sight, with my long graceful neck and down of bright white. (a white swan)

     

     

  • When given a squeeze you may hear me speak; my voice is no quack but an air powered squeak. (a rubber ducky) bottom left

     

     

  • Standing tall and facing the north, through my woody stems the apples spring forth. (an apple tree ) top left

     

     

  • That ever you’d sight me you never would guess, a mysterious being oft seen in loch ness. (a sea monster) green monster in water

     

     

  • Unlike goggles I cover the whole diver’s head; my windows grant view and he stays dry instead (a diving helmet) right by the tree

     

     

  • I’m the greatest of reptiles but well past my prime, encased in the earth and transported through time (Dinosaur bones) carved on the left side, next to the tree

     

     

  • Once grown from the dirt, upon dirt I’m now found, a memorial gift for one deep in the ground (a rose bouquet) left of the cave by the wooden cross

     

     

  • In schools I swim about waters most warm, a tropical catch in a rainbow-finned form (a tropical fish) in the water

     

     

  • On backs of the divers while swimming deep seas, I provide them with air so they breathe as they please (an air tank) right side of the cave

     

     

  • With cubs do I dwell in my cave dark and deep, spending summers awake and each winter asleep (a grizzly bear) inside the cave

     

     

  • Whether singing from branches or climbing the trees, by my tail and legs I may go where I please (a climbing monkey) top right

     

     

  • I’m an order of logs tightly tied up and lashed; Though I’d help you float dry, you’re still oft to be splashed (a wooden raft) in the water, in front of the cave opening

     

     

    RIVERSIDE CAVE WITH PEOPLE

     

  • I see a figure hiding behind that tree, I’ll give him a chase before he has a chance to flee (The Commander) The man closest to the tree, on top of the cave, left side

     

     

  • Created from woods and tied and woven strands, I am used to get the princess out of this dangerous land (a wooden raft) in the water, left

     

     

  • My valor in combat learned me this four digit paw, a symbol of justice and perseverance of the law (bear paw painting)right side by the tree, man with bear paw on his chest

     

     

  • To chase down the convicts is my very intent, although I can’t see well I can track their scent (a search dog) top right side, brown dog that blends into the big rock

     

     

  • I focused on the far woods but saw no one in sight, to report their escape would put us in a very undesirable plight (a scout) top, man in the middle with the telescope

     

     

  • We’re told they recently fled and shouldn’t be far, but ask if I rather give them chase or stare at the stars (the indifferent soldier) third soldier on the top with the firearm

     

     

  • My plan to escape has been prepared in haste, for my brethren now have given me chase (Diego Castanos) man to the left of the cave opening

     

     

    ROOM OF CREATION

     

  • I splash about water and waves made of line, a tail and finned critter in pottery’s design. (a painted fish) on the blue potted plane-left side

     

     

  • Dripped on by paint and from length’s of wood built, I keep artist’s canvas at ideal tilt.(an artist’s easel) left side

     

     

  • I’m lion and falcon and man all in one, a keeper of king’s tomb in hot desert sun. (a sphinx statue) left side

     

     

  • That you’d find me in hiding is of no surprise, for the dimmest of glows here reflects in my eyes (a creature in the wall) bottom left-next to potted plant

     

     

  • upon holding chain I’ve two pieces the same, inscribed on them etchings of company and name(a set of dog tags) left next to the blue vase with the potted plant

     

     

  • The others like me by comparison pale, for I capture more wind when I set out four sail (a ship) left on the floor

     

     

  • I’m plainly an item prospector’s must own, for they’ll find nuggets, not without me to break stone (a miner’s pick axe) at the base of the large wooden egg

     

     

  • On carnivorous beasts who when walking ground shook, I’d be seen at the finger, a predator’s hook (a dinosaur claw) on the floor, bottom right

     

     

  • I’d be perfectly suited as a museum piece, a pot beautifully crafted and painted in Greece (an ancient Greek vase) at the base of the large wooden egg

     

     

  • I’m a twinkling shape mostly seen by the night, on a great sculpted shell near the sun and to right (a painted star) painted on the big wooden egg

     

     

  • I take rider and gear across hot desert sand, my hump keeping days worth of water on hand (a statue of a camel) bottom right, red camel

     

     

  • Lushy leafy greens and grains such as corn, I’ve stocked well inside of my plentiful horns (a cornucopia) left side, closer to the column

     

     

  • I’m carved in support not by ceiling but base, a galloping creature with only long face (a carving of a horse) right side, carved on the last piece of wall

     

     

  • I’ve a similar shape as a striped candy treat, made to stabilize stance as you walk on two feet(a walking cane) leaning on the left pillar

     

     

  • A six pointed figure, I shine like the sun, displayed upon head of the ruling one (a golden crown) painted at the very top of the back wall

     

     

  • Before words go to parchment I’m entered by quill; my wide golden footing prevents inky spill (an ink well) bottom right, next to the Russian nesting doll

     

     

  • Following tracks under daylight and stars, I’ve a powerful engine for towing coal cars (a wooden train) red train, far left corner

     

     

  • Wooden and hollow and hide stretched in round, I pierce quiet jungles with tribe’s beating sound (a tribal drum) right side of the large egg

     

     

  • If I cover the knight he’ll n’er meet his death, if he meets my scribed creature of fiery death (a shield)left side, on the rock, below the potted plant

     

     

  • I’m best worn on trails but not run in race, a leathery brown cover with looped crimson lace (a pair of hiking boots) black and red boots, left side, above the riddle

     

     

  • I’m a home with no windows but merely a door, a single room dressed with a nest on its floor (a bird house)floor, right side, above riddle

     

     

    UNLOCKING THE ROYAL BURIAL GROUNDS

     

  • EAGLE: I am placed on a sturdy and tall tower plate, where any incoming projectiles will meet their eventual fate (2nd row,2nd square)

     

     

  • LOVEBIRDS: My feathers are colorful and my physique is supple, a name composed of "love" you’ll find me naturally attracted to couples(4th square, top row)

     

     

  • BIRDS: I’m searching for petals with colors most regal, while I keep the farthest distance from the hungry eagle (5th square, 3rd row)

     

     

    ROYAL BURIAL GROUNDS

     

  • I beat without fists by the strength of my crank; for ingredient’s mixture It’s I you should thank (hand mixer) bottom left, on the ground

     

     

  • My musical flanges shine golden and bright, playing solos in jazzy clubs all through the night(a saxophone) right side, at the base of the statue holding the roses

     

     

  • That I’d carry possessions all surely would vouch; I’m the hide of a bovine, made pocketed pouch (a leather bag) left side, above the riddle itself

     

     

  • I’m rounded black tower to hold one who’s died, his ashen remains in my hollowed inside (an iron urn) right side, by the small statue

     

     

  • They’re easy to shoot if you fill me with fish, or monkeys for fun when’er that’s what you wish (a wooden barrel) left side, by the first statue on your left

     

     

  • Choose my gold head or tail if you need to decide; I’ll flip to the land, you’ll go by my up-side (a gold coin) on the bottom left corner of the screen, resting on a leaf, it looks more green than gold, next to the hand mixer

     

     

  • Pierced by arrows and swords I sense I’m a goner, now an image of a shield is erected in my honor (a carved shield) at the base of the small statue that is on the far left

     

     

  • Named one E longer than three point one four, I’ve a baked outer crust and warm filling galore (a pie) right, above the riddle itself

     

     

  • I’m often declared to be one high or wild; I’m a pip upon paper, my resting spot’s child (an ace card) top left, on the tree branches

     

     

  • I’ve been given a name like an O set ablaze, my neck like a serpent, a lawn’s ornament craze (a flamingo) left side, under the tree

     

     

  • I’m missing a foot and also my twin, named for what’s between horse and where rider has been (a saddle shoe) black and white shoe, middle, on the ground

     

     

  • Raced across roads or down a steep mountain trail, my peddles propel me at speed without fail (a blue bicycle) right side

     

     

  • I’ve two balanced handles and center to spin, when pushed atop dough it’d vertically thin (a rolling pin) on the ground, left side

     

     

  • Extend me to spy any view of afar; my larger kin magnify sight beyond star (a telescope) bottom left, at the base of the tree, on the grass

     

     

  • With leathery skin and my back long and round, I race not the hare for I’m etched in the ground (a carved turtle) carved on the stone ground, in front of the statue holding the roses in the back

     

     

  • Sealed inside me you’ll find jewels and gold, for I store the found fortune for hoarders of old (a wooden chest)top right , on the steps

     

     

  • I make sock of soft cotton or sweater’s wool itch, by using my pinpoints to pull stitch through stitch (knitting yarn and needles) bottom left, red yarn

     

     

  • Defending this ground with my weapon in hand, I’ve stricken new pose unlike others who stand (a kneeling soldier) left side, under the tree

     

     

  • It’s on belt of a guard that I jingle like bells, a tool to keep miscreants sealed up in cells (a jailor’s key ring) right side, just above the riddle

     

     

  • I hang from below chin and just above chest, knotted Windsor or half or what else fits suit best (a necktie) hanging from the tree, top left

     

    RUINED TEMPLE

     

  • Responding to pitch, in swung arc I attack, and dispatch the ball with a thunderous crack (baseball bat) back left side

     

     

  • I’ve a body found felt and sleek golden trim, an indigenous hast with a very wide brim (sombrero) on the floor, right side

     

     

  • I display a coat of arms while protecting the knight deflecting the arrows and swords swing with might (purple shield) back of the scene

     

     

  • The inverse of "comedy"? people would ask; why would one wear such a horrible mask (tragedy mask)bottom left corner

     

     

  • I’ve a great sharpened blade soundly fastened to hilt, the cause of a great warriors blood being spilt (a knight’s sword) left side

     

     

  • As a great bird of prey who’s exceedingly rare, I don’t mind that I’m bald, for I’ve never had hair(a perching eagle) top of the screen

     

     

  • I’ve a great sharpened blade soundly fastened to hilt, the cause of great warrior’s blood being spilt(a knight’s sword) left side

     

     

  • I’m a criminal not, yet it seems I’ve been framed, a renaissance man drawn by artist unnamed (a painted portrait) right side

     

     

  • At the first sign of moisture descending from the sky, simply open me up to assure you stay dry (an umbrella) left side

     

     

  • I’m most likely fruit with green leaf and red hide, but unlike all the rest my small seeds are outside(a basket of strawberries) right side

     

     

  • Of a subject now passed I’m a marbelized clone, a likeness in rock, a fine portrait in stone (a marble bust) middle of the screen

     

     

  • I’m ink upon parchment, words written by hand, to document ownership transfer of land (a deed to the land) middle of the ground

     

     

  • That I’m cousin to man some folks would attest, but with more frequent roaring and beating of chest (a hairy gorilla) top right side

     

     

  • I’m a carryall crafted of leathery hide, with a space to keep many belongings inside (a leather bag) middle-on the ground

     

     

  • A sea faring vessel of very light mass, I sail no seas while encased in this glass (a ship in a bottle) left side

     

     

  • With a tail of bush, I skitter through trees, where I forage for berries and nuts as I please (a tree squirrel) top right

     

     

  • I’m an emerald creature at rest on this floor, with legs and a tail and scales galore (a green lizard) bottom left

     

    RUINED TEMPLE WITH PEOPLE

     

  • I see many animals and rarely get roused, but I’ll jump in shock when spotting a mouse (an elephant tattoo) on the back of the man that is on above the right side of the riddle

     

     

  • among these men I am a master spy, I cloak well behind trees and am aided by my Corvus guide (Shadow Warrior) man with a black hood on his head, right side

     

     

  • I come to bring a message in these dire times, after trekking great distance and through endless mountainous climb (King’s Messenger) The man that is wearing boots

     

     

  • Many great jewelries adorn the majestic king, unlike others I am composed of feather white wings (an ammulet of immortals) on the neck of the man standing in the back

     

     

  • I covered my face to hide the tears, for I fear my family won’t survive another year (despondent warrior) Man all the way in the back covering his face- left side

     

     

  • You eye the man squarely in this room, soon he’ll be a traitor and lead them all to doom (covetous soldier) man on the left side with the shield

     

     

  • Yet my countenance may bring about fear, I help uphold this temple for countless years (carving of the spirit) left side pillar

     

     

  • The headdress fabled to be dropped from heaven, I am composed of divine quills numbering eleven (the heavenly headdress)right side, the man with the feathers on his head

     

     

  • The lie one holds cannot hide, for I see all with my multiple eyes (a cloth of judgement) right side, man all the way in the back, near the torch

     

     

    SCULPTURE ROOM

     

  • My voice in morn in no surprise; I wake the farm with each sunrise (a rooster figurine) bottom right side

     

     

  • With sharp teeth for biting and fierce bulging eyes, I’m an artfully-carved wooden tribal disguise (a tribal mask) next to white statue, bottom right side

     

     

  • Through woods I have trekked on the back of my steed, depicted in paint by true artist indeed (a painting of a horseman) under the mask that is against the back wall

     

     

  • Balancing tall not on legs but on fins, we’re a pair of aquatic mammalian twins (a pair of dolphins) left side, on the floor

     

     

  • My friend has more intricate dress on his head, but of two hanging cloths I’m the one better fed (a well fed Mayan) hanging cloth on the top left

     

     

  • I’m a wooden soldier standing guard, else breaking nutty shells most hard (a nutcracker) on the middle of the floor

     

     

  • In square and circle you’ll find where I hide, a five pointed shape with ten even sides (a star) on the carpet, green square

     

     

  • I’m a third of three on stone wall high, but made unique by emerald eye (a green-eyed idol) on the wall, top left side

     

     

  • A pachyderm god with Indian root, you’ll find my snout curled as I balance on foot (a statue of Ganesha) red statue on the right side of the wall

     

     

  • In sky you’d find me bright and hot, an exact replica but greyer in this stony spot (the sun) bottom left, on a piece of stone

     

     

  • Two parts of timber and dust is made, by pushing and pulling my jagged edge (a metal hand saw)on the right corner of the stone table in the back

     

     

  • Opposite ceiling and printed in blue, I’m a record of dweller who’d tread without shoe (blue footprints)right side, on the carpet

     

     

  • If I hopped at this size I’d mightily thud, unlike frog about water I burrow in mud (a large toad) sitting on the carpet, right side

     

     

  • What would be green’s here brown instead, my wooden spines and scales on my head (a wooden iguana) sitting on the right side of the stone table that is on the back wall

     

     

  • Stretched out and resting I haven’t a care, but I’ve slobbering jowls and a tail in the air (a bulldog figure) bottom right

     

     

  • I’ve splintery plumage but try as I might, I’m carved with perch and take no flight (wooden parrot) bottom right

     

     

  • A tiny distance you’d measure quick, by making on this foot long stick (a wooden ruler) bottom right

     

     

  • Enlightened and jolly I’m sculpted in red ,with round exposed belly and shiny bald head (a figure of Buddha) bottom right

     

     

  • An ornament demon in stone chipped away, I keep watch by night, to chase spirits away (a stone gargoyle) left on the floor

     

     

  • Straight below skylight through nights and through days, I add to the trio a bright golden gaze (a yellow eyed idol) top, on the back wall, mask with yellow eyes

     

    UNLOCKING THE SECRET GARDEN

     

  • ANT: Found where the water splash, I’m here to fill our fungi stash (6th square, 3rd row)

     

     

  • FLY: Buzzing around for the smell of fruits, you find me on a statue that once hoots (1st square, first row)

     

     

  • BEETLE: The outlets provide water clean and fresh, I’m located on the one higher than the rest (3rd square, 1st row)

     

     

  • LADYBUG: To describe my aquatic location isn’t quite complex, imagine two lines and a point where the ant and beetle intersects 3rd square, 3rd row)

     

     

    SECRET GARDEN

     

  • I’m a muddy and hanging home built for a queen, a keeper of combs with a sweet golden sheen (a beehive) top right

     

     

  • Across shallow waters by wind am I dragged; of two sailed vessels I’m the only one flagged (a green sailboat) in the water

     

     

  • I’m an image of royalty printed on face, a high draw in games, beaten only by ace (a king playing card) bottom left, on the ground

     

     

  • I’m a vessel unscrewed before taking a sip, a container of spirits to keep at the hip(a flask) silver flask, left , above the riddle itself

     

     

  • My owner will soon arrive home to find grief; he’s locked out till he finds where I rest my leaf (a key) a gold key, bottom left, sitting on a leaf

     

     

  • An amphibious figure with teeth like a saw, I’m the bane of the swamp with my powerful jaw (an alligator statue) close to the back wall, on the left of the female statue that is pouring water in the middle of the water

     

     

  • I’m the square root of nine as everyone knows, the quantity of pigs fleeing wolf’s huffing blows (a number three) right side, carved at the base of the 3rd pillar that is against the back wall (from left to right) below the red bird

     

     

  • I’m a staple of pizza purveyor’s supply; though some like me are poisonous, I’m quite the fun guy (a mushroom) large brown mushroom, right side of the screen, under the flamingo

     

     

  • Though here in the garden I’ve a carved insect twin, I’m the only one able to fly on the wind (a purple butterfly) right side, on the leaves

     

     

  • I’m for that which they named a famed ballet’s lake, or a watery plunge a high- diver must take (a swan) on the left side of the water

     

     

  • Held by a speaker I’ll leave little doubt, when switched on before them there’s no need to shout (a bullhorn) left side of the ground, under the gnome

     

     

  • I’m a cocktail consisting of chocolate and mint, a leaper ‘midst leaves where I ‘ve hid for a stint (a grasshopper) lower left, to the left side of the stopwatch, sitting on a leaf

     

     

  • Surrounded by hot desert sands I am found , a skinny green porcupine grown from the ground (a cactus) back, center of the screen, near the stone cat

     

     

  • I’m a lengthy necked ave in a color fantastic, brightening lawns with my tacky pink plastic (a flamingo) right side, against the wall

     

     

  • I’d have a starlet wing covers with dark spot decor, where I not carved of rock and stuck fast to the floor (a stone ladybug)left side, sitting on a rock, next to the bucket

     

     

  • I’m a blade an attacker discarded in rush, a short handled cutter at rest in the brush (a dagger) bottom right corner, in the bushes

     

     

  • When racing a tortoise I’m first to the goal, a white hopper Alice once chased down a hole (a rabbit) in the back of the scene, close to the water

     

     

  • I’m a curl- tailed lizard the shade of a lime; upon danger I vanish into branches I climb (a chameleon)top left, on the branches of the tree

     

     

  • I’m a hand held creator of trenches in row, a wintertime tool to clear driveways of snow (a shovel) on the back wall, right side

     

     

  • I’m passed between students in earlier years, played by piano I pass through the ears (a note) bottom left side. carved on a rock, a musical note

     

     

  • I’m a blossom oft seen in bouquets hued of red, but I’m heavier in weight and the size of your head(a stone rose) sitting on top of the wall, left side

     

     

  • I’m used in a swimmer or runner’s timed race, stopped at their finish, I measure their pace (a stopwatch) bottom left corner

     

     

  • Formations of argil once spun on a wheel, it’s assortment of water or goods we conceal (a pair of clay pots) on the platform, close to the bags of money

     

     

  • I’m a critter reptilian from Galapagos isles, weighed down by a shell, taking days to move miles (a turtle) above the riddle

     

     

  • I’m a gray stony version of crawler in green, the pre-pupal form of two bugs in the scene (a stone caterpillar) left side, against the stone wall, under the sunflower, in the grass

     

     

    TEMPLE ENTRANCE

     

  • Of ivory hue, we’re a small floral pack, overgrown upon cloth which drapes over the back (flowers on a cape)left side, on the cape of the stone soldier

     

     

  • I scratch and I bite and my litter is smelly, but I’m sure fun to pet on my soft fuzzy belly (a cat on it’s back) above the left side of the riddle itself, on the ground

     

     

  • Among the "fun guys" I’m quite a unique chap, for I’m the only one there to sport a red polka dot cap (a red mushroom)right side, on the ground, in front of the small statue that is holding a basket

     

     

  • Someone left a belonging with evidence inside, a durable container made of tanning hides (a leather bag) brown bag on the ground, left

     

     

  • High above the sky I’m only a clone, I provide no heat but am an engraving stone(an etched sun) very top of the temple

     

     

  • I’m a venomous crown to fill enemies with dread, my flickering tongue tasting air near forehead (a snake head dress) On the head of the large statue that is on the left

     

     

  • I’m a coating on creatures with beak or bill; in olden days dipped in ink, used as a quill (a feather) left, etched on the temple, to the right of the steps

     

     

  • We’re a pair of stones with love guarantee, we’re close neighbors yet angled ninety degrees (two etched diamonds) on the base of the largest statue that is on the far right

     

     

  • Two names surround this finely carved heart, a symbol for love that never departs (a love engraving) top right corner, on the bark of the tree

     

     

  • I’m a smiling likeness in dirt below feet, ensuring a ground’s able to see, smell and eat (a face in the ground) on the ground, in front of the big statue on the left

     

     

  • I’ve a circle that inside two outer rings sits, marking the best place for arrows to hit (a bulls eye) top right of the temple

     

     

  • I’m what they called rocky floral helm, to wear me you’ll be quite overwhelmed (a stone flower headdress) right side, on the head of the last statue

     

     

    TEMPLE ENTRANCE (NIGHT VERSION)

     

  • I am overqualified and way under paid, I patrol long hours and haven’t shaved in days (the disgruntled soldier)1st soldier on the left, with the large sword

     

     

  • With pointed teeth and furs like burning fire, I’m nowhere near the forest but stitched in woven attire(a puma stitching)on the front of the clothes of the man in the middle

     

     

  • I hold an urgent message scribbled by a worrier, carried only by the most hasty and trusted courier (message form the king) in the hands of the man in the middle

     

     

  • A jewelry adorned with pebbles strewn, the center stone is carved into a smooth half moon (moon necklace) on the neck of the man in the middle

     

     

  • Constructed from magical stones made quite rare, when danger is nearby I give off a glowing stare (a warning statue) large statue that is on the left side

     

     

  • A majestic beast known to hunt and to lead, I am found rightfully so on the captain’s steed (a lion engraving) engraved on the saddle of the horse

     

     

  • Patrolling in freezing weather gave me this rosy nose, the congestions and coughs are signs of an incoming cold (the unwell soldier) soldier holding the horse

     

     

  • A protector of hands but with one opening bare, I allow the wearer to sense the windy air (a modified glove) on the hand of the first soldier

     

     

  • I’m usually snagged by a hook and grilled for a meal, instead you’ll find me etched on cold hard steel (sword with fish engraving) on the sword of the first soldier

     

     

  • I won’t offer as much protection from around the waist, but I grant the wearer more mobility than a full metal plate (chain mail) around the waist of the 1st soldier

     

    UNLOCKING THE THRONE ROOM

     

  • 2 DOLPHINS: Born with strong and slender fins, we stand where the waves are crashing in. (5th square on the 3rd row)

     

     

  • MONKEY: I’m master among the primitive thieves, hiding high within the large breezy leaves. (6th square on the 2nd row)

     

     

  • GARGOYLE: I am called by spells from another domain, summoned on square within triangular plane. ( third square on the last row)

     

     

  • BUDDHA: Placed on the ceiling flag hangs quite low, I am isolated from the other glyphs, columns and rows. (first square on the 1st row)

     

     

    THE THRONE ROOM

     

  • When enemies are given chase, escape through one to flee this place (a trap door) on the floor next to the wood burning stove

     

     

  • I’m powerful liquid for fueling a blast; when I’m absent from tank, road travel won’t last. (a gasoline can) left side on the floor

     

     

  • By soft fiery glow I’m dispelling the gloom, for I house brightening flames as I warm up the room. (wood burning stove) left side

     

     

  • I’m an ocean’s ripple with much greater reach, a fast mighty tide made for washing the beach. (a painting of a wave) right column

     

     

  • A fraudulent doctor’s the sound I make, in search of a home near pond or lake .(a duck) middle of the ceiling

     

     

  • When writhing ’bout in scaled dress, my body twists in forms of S. (a creeping snake) left side

     

     

  • Legs,seat and back each carved from a tree, I’m a solid work of carpentry. (a wooden chair) left side

     

     

  • Sewn in red and gazing right, I lie in wait for armored knight(an image of a dragon) red flag that is hanging from the ceiling on the left)

     

     

  • Hanging crossed since days of old, I’ve a hilt of blue on steel cold (a blue-hilted sword)hanging on the back wall attached to the round shield

     

     

  • In older days thought made of cheese, I sub for sun in nighttime breeze (the moon) middle window on the left side

     

     

  • I amount to 180 degrees when drawn with great care, yet I hide in the circle while consuming the square (a triangular carving) top of the screen, under the duck that is in the middle

     

     

  • When driving the cattle through deep wooded track, I’ll snap at their hides with a sharp corded crack(a whip) on the red carpet

     

     

  • A candle’s flickering light I bare, on metal arms to light dark air(an antique candelabra) on the right side of the red carpet

     

     

  • My turning gears shift ticking arms, which once in place shall sound alarms (an alarm clock) left side next to the wood burning stove

     

     

  • I’m an image of an animal from which I’m carved, an unarmed beast oft poached or starved (an ivory elephant) bottom right side

     

     

  • By a fluttering leap do I bound place to place, with twitching antenna and leafy hued case (a green grasshopper ) by the trap door, that is between the stove and the globe, on the left side

     

    UNLOCKING THE VAULT

     

  • RING: To maximize my already high price, place me where diamonds can be inserted thrice(1st square, bottom row)

     

     

  • COAL: I may just be a lump of coal, but I rest in maiden’s golden bowl(6th square, 2nd row)

     

     

  • PEARL: To recover me the owner’s wish, last she heard I was swallowed by a fish (4th square, 3rd row)

     

     

  • GEM: I’m adjacent to the amphibian with the big smile, chasing tail with the lizard on the stone dial(4th square, 1st row)

     

     

  • COIN: Said where there’s a pot of gold, I’m located under the rainy bow(3rd square, last row)

     

     

    THE VAULT

     

  • I’m a reeled-in staple of seafood buffets; a scaled catch served in both sticks and fillets (a fish) bottom of the stone circle, on the back wall

     

     

  • I’m a steed with a vertical pole to surround; a decorative equine on merry-go-round (a carousel horse) bottom left

     

     

  • I’m a sight boosting porthole through which searcher spies; an enhancing glass disk owned by old private eyes (a magnifying glass) at the bottom of the round stone

     

     

  • We’re a trio of sticks to be mightily thrown; three wooden lengths topped with a hide piercing stone (an etch of three spears) bottom of the stone circle in the back

     

     

  • We’re a bright blossoms picked to give spirits a lift, as a valentine’s day or a mother’s day gift (a floral bouquet) bottom left corner

     

     

  • I’m a chewable treat for which every dog begs; a calcium-rich stick from the arms or the legs(a bone) bottom of the large stone circle

     

     

  • When my zigzag appears it’s accompanied by boom; a sky’s flashing formation to pierce cloudy gloom(a bolt of lightning)top right edge of the round stone, second drawing from the top(a cloud with lightning underneath)

     

     

  • I’m a feminine figure beneath golden sky; it’s clay dish of food for a feast I supply(a portrait of a Mayan woman) hanging on the wall, right side

     

     

  • On the stormiest of days, in sky’s where I’m found; a gray floating puff pouring drops to the ground (a rain cloud) top left of the stone circle

     

     

  • I’m a king of a jungle with feathers for flight, and the head of a man, guarding Egypt by night (a sphinx) right side, gray statue w/ wings

     

     

  • I’m a reptilian climber with scaled grassy skin; in prehistoric times walked my thundering kin (a lizard) top left of the round stone

     

     

  • I’m a singular ear but I’m found not on my head; I’m grown from a stalk in the fields instead (an ear of corn) top left corner of the round stone

     

     

  • I appear in the sky when through mist does light bend; a colorful arc with gold stashed at its end (a rainbow)bottom left of the stone circle

     

     

  • I’m a royal possession of crimson and gold; a symbolic staff for a king’s hand to hold (a scepter) bottom left corner

     

     

  • I’m a traveling warrior from a European nation, with intent to conquer Mayan civilization (a portrait of a conquistador) left side, on the wall

     

     

  • I’m a skin scorching arrow pointing giant at the apex of door;a gaseous orb which daily warms the Earth’s floor (a sun) top of the stone circle

     

     

  • I’m at home in the air as my wingspan conveys; a creature of flight with a left-looking gaze (an eagle) right side, inside the stone circle

     

     

  • I’m a man who once dwelled within rooms you explore; a portrait of a native who’s armed for war (a portrait of a Mayan warrior) back wall, to the left of the stone circle

     

     

  • I’m a grinning bone inset with jewels of red; two rubies that watch from an uninterred head (a skull with ruby eyes) bottom left corner of the stone circle

     

     

  • I’m a well prepared warriors tool to block; a defender at five were the round door a clock (an etch of a shield )right side of the round stone, at the bottom

     

     

  • For portraits of statesmen or landscapes of woods, we’re a set of an oil painter’s requisite goods (an artist’s pallet and brushes) bottom right corner

     

     

  • From the priciest of expensive metals I’m made; a sparkling scabbard with accompanying blade (a golden sword) left side, leaning on the wall

     

     

    UNDERGROUND CHAMBERS

     

  • I’m a crawler hanging by a strand; it’s spun by organ on demand (a spider) on the right, in the dark section, at the base of the tree, above the typewriter

     

     

  • I’m an ornament meeting near-sighted demand, two focusing discs made by melting of sand (a pair of glasses) bottom right side, on the ground

     

     

  • I’m for traveling baby a comfortable spot, not a drawn but a people-pushed carriage for tot (a baby buggy) in the dark side of the screen, under the tree

     

     

  • I’m a name for newsmen you find on TV, and keep sailing ships bound to the bed of the sea (an anchor) right side, painted in the stone

     

     

  • I’m a ten digit duo in print not live, a pair of palms in twain high-five (a set of hand prints) far left on the wall

     

     

  • The helpings I hold after diner says grace, utensils on table, a setting of place (a dinner plate) a white plate sitting on the ground, at the base of the tree

     

     

  • I’m traveling southbound when the winter arrives, for food and for warmth so my species survives (a painting of a bird) top right corner

     

     

  • Between inlines and shoes I’m a paired missing link, a speeder of feet in a derby or rink (a pair of roller skates) on the ground, right side

     

     

  • An extractor of nails to make wooden lids free, I’m quick fix for burglars in need of a key (a crowbar) left side, leaning on the wall

     

     

  • I’m a center of storm that ably sees, my name knows why between the ease (a glowing eye) top, in the ceiling

     

     

  • A totter on playground "me’s and sees", my splitting edge like jagged Z’s (an old saw) top left, on the ceiling

     

     

  • I’m readied as buzzer is watched by keen eyes. then snapped to the wall marking housefly’s demise (a fly swatter) ceiling, top right

     

     

  • My pointed crypts are golden framed, a mummy’s home’s for what they’re framed (a painting of two pyramids) left side, on the wall

     

     

  • Our points given total shall number fifteen, three twinkling shapes and blue space between (a row of three stars) right side, painted on the side of the wall(left side of that wall)

     

     

  • I’ll allow for chat’s what I’m meant to imply, the sign a communicant’s booth is nearby (a phone symbol) right doorway, painted on the left side

     

     

  • Unlike my counterpart I require no sheath, I’m a dual-edged chopper in a shape of a "T" (a battle axe) left, inside doorway

     

     

  • From home to fields without wings do I go, for I’m sent by the bat that repelled me on throw (a baseball) upper left corner

     

     

  • Through window escapes my soft flickering light; I keep paraffin and its wick to ignite (a candle lantern) bottom left

     

     

  • A container of laughs in a convex wood shape, I share name with the part where shot bullets escape (a wooden barrel) on left, inside doorway, on the floor

     

     

  • I’m filled by a leafy crop shredded to strips, and frequently puffed betwixt sea captain’s lips (a tobacco pipe)middle of the tree

     

     

  • Brittannia’s bills are what I indicate, my name in imperial measure of weight (a pound sign) on left doorway, etched on top

     

     

  • I’m a valuable charged with the cutting of glass; In setting secured I make rings higher class (a diamond) on right, inside the doorway

     

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