On the Subject of Roman Art
Otherwise known as giant marble buildings, people, or sometimes paintings.
This module has a display which shows a picture of a piece of ancient Roman art or other famous pieces throughout Rome. It has two arrow buttons on either side of the display which cycle through the different pieces the module has choosen (The module has thirty possiblities and choses six on start up). The image first seen is art piece 1, and then the 2nd when cycled to the right, and so on until it loops back to the 1st again. It also displays a random Roman numeral towards the bottom of the module. However, this numeral MAY look slightly different than an actual Roman numeral. This is because the display for the numeral is SOMETIMES broken.
To solve this module the defuser must press a few of these selected pieces in a certain order. In order to find out which to press and the order, follow the step-by-step process below.
If the defuser presses a wrong piece or presses them in the wrong order, a strike will be recorded and the module WILL reset.
This is the uncensored (original) version of the manual, use this one if you do not have censored mode enabled. You will know if you have censored mode enabled if a 'C' appears above the top left of the broken numeral display. If you do have it enabled, use this one instead.
Create a six digit number using the table on Pages 2-3. Decipher* the broken Roman numeral given by the module and find its corresponding column. Then, move from top to bottom on the rows stopping at each piece the module has and get the digit from that box. The digits you received from top to bottom are your six digit number.
* - Decipher just means to convert the broken Roman numeral to a number, if you don't know how to do this refer to Page 6 of the manual.