Value of Coins inside virtual Pyramids

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Value of Coins inside virtual Pyramids

Postby kevinjo » Sat Feb 21, 2015 2:44 am

I have been trying to guess these virtual pyramid clues for a while and found out you had to be there to claim thus cutting down considerably ones that I can actually get to. My question is, " What is the value of these coins"? I would have to travel a good distance to get to and wonder if it is worth my time and trouble ( even though it is fun to guess and figure out ) to travel to the site and get. Someone said they are worth 1,000 pounds roughly? I wonder if they are just souvenir coins that maybe gold plated worth very little? You guys need to keep this thing going and seems to be winding down a bit as there is only 1 available in England now? We have numerous geo-trackers around that go hunt different sites in the USA and wonder why you haven't exploited a large country? Has the founder gotten tired of maintaining and giving up? If so, you got one here that really enjoys this stuff and many more think this is a good idea and could work in the USA. Thanks for the info. :?
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Re: Value of Coins inside virtual Pyramids

Postby Orko » Sat Feb 21, 2015 7:23 am

They have the sam worth as the real pyramids.
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Re: Value of Coins inside virtual Pyramids

Postby kevinjo » Sat Feb 21, 2015 10:14 am

So the coin is worth about a few hundred British pounds? I know you just get the coin inside from what I am told and not the actual pyramid. I also seen 2 different keys used. One looks like a small house key and one looks like a rectangle key ( 1/2 x 2" or I should say 12mm x 25mm). Are they the same but different looking keys?
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Re: Value of Coins inside virtual Pyramids

Postby Orko » Sat Feb 21, 2015 11:16 am

I think there are old and new pyramids and that's the reason for the two keys.
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Re: Value of Coins inside virtual Pyramids

Postby Flo » Mon Feb 23, 2015 5:50 pm

Hi Kevinjo,

If I am not wrong:
real pyramid : gold coin = 500£, silver coin =50£
virtual pyramid : 250£

And, right, there are 2 different keys, an ancient one and a new design, it depends on the isis you own. The key was included in the first puzzles, for the most recent ones you need to ask for it, Andrew will send you a new key, once your puzzle is opened. The same for the pyramids: ancient ones won't open with the new key, and vice versa. (I was unable to open a pyramid I had found with my "new" key )

More explanations here: http://isisadventure.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=3007

The new key will not fit all existing pyramids, but that’s not a problem as I confirm all passwords for live pyramids in real time, and if someone does get a pyramid password correct then I will freeze the pyramid and send the pyramid keeper a key that fits that pyramid. This will allow either the person to return to the location, or for the pyramid keeper to open for them if they don’t want a return trip. Unfortunately we were unable to get the old keys, so that’s why a new one was introduced. Both old and new key however will fit isis V. The new key lock will also have a combination key code for those that hold the old key. Proof of old key would be required before key code was provided of course.

It's a little more complicated than it could be, but it will all work in the end.

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