The Solution to Manson’s MAZE: Part I – The 16 Step Path

The Path to the center of the maze:

From Room 1, you take the door to Room 26, then go Room 30, then to Room 42, then to Room 4, then to Room 29.

In Room 29 the door to Room 17 is hidden (it should be easy to find now that you know this), from Room 17 you enter Room 45.

So it goes like:  1 > 26 > 30 > 42 > 4 > 29 (find hidden door) > 17 > 45.

 

The Path out of the maze:

From Room 28 go to Room 23, then to Room 8, then to Room 12, then to Room 39, then back to Room 4 (which you visited on the way in), then to Room 15, then to Room 37, then to Room 20, then to Room 1 from which you can exit the maze.

So it goes like:  23 > 8 > 12 > 39 > 4 (I’ve been here before!) > 15 > 37 > 20 > 1

 

All 16 Steps:

1 > 26 > 30 > 42 > 4 > 29 > 17 > 45 > 23 > 8 > 12 > 39 > 4 > 15 > 37 > 20 > 1

 

Next: Part II – The Riddle of Room 45 >

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “The Solution to Manson’s MAZE: Part I – The 16 Step Path

  1. I looked up “Principles of dynamic modularity in brain lesion therapy”. Found the 16 steps to the safest path.

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    • I went to see Black Panther last weekend, it confirmed that the Riddle of the Maze is, “What house will all live in?” I think Infinity War is going to have the solution.

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    • Finlay,

      Welcome to The Abyss!

      Unmarked doors can’t be traversed. This is confirmed by the instructions (“If you use your head, you should be able to make the journey in only sixteen steps.”) as well as the author, Christopher Manson, who said that the doors are decoration…the visible numbers are the maze.

      White Raven

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