Another Code: Two Memories/Chapter Two: The House of Lawrence
You've finally found the mansion, so without wasting any more time, head north up the driveway and up the step to the mansion entrance. When you approach the entrance, Ashley is shocked at the size of the house and starts a conversation with D. As usual, use the conversation buttons to find out more info from D.
With the conversation over, go inside the mansion. At last.
There are four scenes that you can examine in the foyer:
- A painting on the west wall
- A painting on the east wall
- The statue in the centre of the room
- The door that leads inside the mansion
After exploring the room for a while, Ashley will stop and have a chat with D.
After you exhausted the conversation options and told D all about Jessica, go and examine the statue in the centre of the room. It's a statue of two birds with a plaque underneath that reads: "Four leaves sprouting... Together they open the doors."
This is a clue about how to open the main door. If you examine the door you notice that it is locked and you need to enter a code on the keypad to open it.
Go and examine the painting on the west wall. When you see it close up (i.e. the painting fills the bottom screen) take a photo of it by tapping the camera icon. Notice that the plaque under the painting reads: "Dearest Henry, the Golden Bird".
Now go and examine the other painting. The plaque under this one reads: "Dearest Thomas, the Silver Bird". Take a photo of this painting like before.
Stop examining the painting scene and open up your DAS. This is where the clue about the "four leaves sprouting" comes into action. You need to superimpose the two photos you just took of the bird paintings.
To do this, go into the inventory and tap the "roll of film" icon, to open your photo collection. Flick through the photos until you find one of the bird pictures. Tap the "display above" icon (at the top of the touch-screen) to make the photo appear on the top screen. Now flick through to the other bird photo you took, tap it, and touch the "superimpose" icon. This will lay the two pictures on top of each other on the top screen. You now have to use the arrow controls on the bottom screen (or the D-pad) to line up the leaves in the two birds' beaks so that it looks like a four-leaf clover. The numbers on this four-leaf clover are the code to the door lock!
HINT: If you can't work it out, the code is one-one-two-eight.
Go back to the game and examine the door. Examine the keypad and enter the code.
Lead Ashley through the door.
 Slate Hall
Explore the hallway and you'll notice that there are four doors leading off it, and also a painting at the far end.
You'll notice that the two doors at the south end of the hallway are both locked (the doors with little logos drawn on them), so walk a little way down the hall and D will notice the painting and think it's a person.
Carry on down to the painting and the kids both realise it's not actually a real person.
Examine the painting to get the rest of the chit-chat out of the way.
Now at the north end of the hallway, go into the door on the right (The Butler's Room).
 The Butler's Room
There are three scenes that you can examine in this room:
- The green sofas in the south-west corner of the room
- The large desk on the east side of the room
- The three wardrobes on the upper level
Examine the wardrobe scene and look in the first wardrobe on the left. You'll find an old envelope with a letter in it:
"My beloved father, Please forgive me for going against your will and pursuing my career as a musician. I've endured much hardship since I departed the mansion so suddenly, but I am content that I am living the life that I chose for myself. I have taken a wife and am the proud father of two children. I am looking forward to the day that I will be able to return to the mansion and speak with you. Leonard Edward"
Now examine the middle wardrobe. There is an old album inside it.
 The old photo album
The first photo is of two boys playing American Football -
July 1924 "The boys playing in the yard. Henry and Thomas are growing up so quickly. They're as thick as thieves and practically inseparable. Henry is very protective of his little brother."
The second photo is of two young men, again playing American Football -
August 1932 "The boys during a game. Stern and strong Henry and gentle Thomas. Being around the two boys, one cannot help but smile. Master is at his happiest just watching his boys growing up."
The third page has two photos of men in suits -
September 1934 "Portraits of the two young men. Henry wants to become an artist and Thomas, a novelist. Now that each of the boys has grown to adulthood, Master would like nothing more than to see them in the careers they want."
Finally, check out the far-right wardrobe. It contains a notebook, a scroll and a "wooden case".
Examine the notebook (the butler's records) first.
 The butler's records
"1916: I understand now. After Leonard passed away from his illness, Master took over the guardianship of his grandsons. He created the Golden Bird room and the Silver Bird room in preparation for their arrival..."
"1930: The two boys have outgrown me. They've become strapping young men. Thomas has joined his older brother Henry at University. Stern and strong Henry and gentle Thomas. Master is delighted to see the boys growing up so fast. Finding a successor is no longer a concern."
"1936: Henry marries."
"1938 Thomas marries."
"December 1941: The dreadful day has come. Henry and Thomas will be entering the battlefield. The war is getting worse, and they are headed for the front lines. When I think about how Master must feel, I am speechless. All I can do is pray for their safety."
"September 1945... The day we've been waiting for has arrived. They have returned! What extraordinary luck that Henry and Thomas both came home at the same time! However, the wounds they have taken to body and soul are substantial. We pray for quick recoveries in both areas."
"1946 Master writes his will."
"1948 Master falls ill. As per Henry's request, both the Golden and Silver Bird rooms have been locked, and the key was given to the two birds."
Examine the scroll and you'll see that it shows the Edward family tree. It's worth taking a photo of this for future reference as you can't take the scroll with you.
Finally, examine the wooden case, which you then notice contains a silver medal.
 The wooden case puzzle
This medal fits into the round indent on the bird statue in the foyer. But first, you need to solve the puzzle to get at it. The puzzle a sliding picture puzzle. These can be really tricky to do but some people find them easy. Hopefully you're one these people. It's impossible to give an exact solution to the puzzle, as the pieces are mixed up randomly each time you attempt it. All that can be said is that the picture should be of a bird holding leaves in its beak, and the main body of the bird fits into the centre square of the puzzle.
 The notepad message
Go over to the desk scene and examine it. Examine the desk, then examine the white notepad on it.
Double-tap the notepad to begin trying to reveal the impression. Rub the page with your stylus and Ashley will use the pencil to rub the page.
But the pencil breaks straight away!
Go to the fireplace scene in the south-west corner of the room and examine it. Examine the fireplace, then examine the charcoal in the fireplace.
Ashley picks up the charcoal and now you can go back and use it on the notepad to reveal the message. To do this, examine the notepad so that you see the picture of the pad with the pencil on top of it and a DAS card next to it. Now go into your inventory and select the charcoal. Again, use your stylus to rub the screen and reveal the message:
Examine the notepad once more and now examine the DAS card next to it. This is DAS Card 01. Ashley will collect the card and put it in her DAS to read the message on it:
"Ashley, I know you came to this room in search of me. I'm so happy, Ashley. I can't wait to see you. I'll tell you all about Another and about your mum. I will be waiting for you in a room deep inside the mansion."
Examine the bookshelf to the left of the desk to find a white book with a "Y" on it.
You now need to head back to the foyer (through the door at the south end of the hallway).
 Golden Bird Room
Examine the table area near the center of the room and examine the bookcase to find a book with the letter E, the E book. Then, examine the table at the bottom right. Look at the case to the right to start another scene with D. After that, go upstairs.
Examine the area where the table is and look at the cabinet. Examine the bottom right part and look for the cup that has the Second Clover Key in it. Once you find the key, exit the room.
Go to the locked room on the left and use both keys to find out that they don't work. When the puzzle screen comes up, rotate the key so that both keys face the same direction, and then flip the key so that the keys' teeth are pointing in opposite directions(one up, one down). Place them so that the clovers on the end match up. Once the key is formed, put it in the lock and turn the key once clockwise. Tap the key near the end and not the middle, or the touch screen won't recognize the movement.
 Silver Bird Room
Once you unlock the door, go to the center of the room and a scene will start. Examine the birdcage on the floor to start a conversation with D. When that's done, examine the bookcase to find the N book and go upstairs.
Examine the diary on the desk, then the ripped up page next to it. Rearrange the pieces to read the missing diary page.
Return to the Music Room.
 Music Room
Go back to the bookcase and use the books you found to activate the puzzle. Rearrange the books so that the spines say:
H E N R Y T H O M A S
When you're finished, take a photo of the books and go examine the piano. Go to the piano and examine it. The keyboard will show up on the bottom screen and your photo will appear on the top. The keys have zodiac signs on them, just like the books on the bookcase. Play the keys in the same order as the books. Play the notes quickly, otherwise it won't work.
When you complete the puzzle, the bookcase will move to reveal a secret door.
 End of Chapter Quiz #2
With D, I entered the mansion once occupied by the Edward family, in the hope of finding my father. In the entry hall there were two paintings and a bird sculpture. The key was hidden as part of the bird sculpture...
Answer = Key to the Golden Bird room
In the wardrobe in the Butler's room, I discovered that Leonard, the son of the master of the mansion, had left the house and had two sons. Leonard fell ill and died young, so the master, Lawrence,gained custody of the boys, Henry and Thomas. In preparation for their arrival, Lawrence arranged two special rooms. These two rooms were called the Golden Bird room and...
Answer = The Silver Bird room
Who is D's father? D still cannot remember his name... And I still haven't found my dad... But I have been able to find some evidence leading me to him... The DAS card I got in the Butler's room said Dad was deep inside the mansion. And the message that was on the white notepad... The name that was on that note was...
Answer = Bill
So, in order to advance any further through this mansion... I had to solve the puzzle with the books in the music room. In order to solve the melody puzzle, I found three books. There was the Y book, the N, and...
Answer = The E book