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Much of the time spent outside of battle takes place in dungeons , caves, and other locales, which often feature puzzles integrated into their layout. [4] These puzzles require the player to perform a variety of actions, such as creating makeshift bridges by pushing logs into rivers or shifting the track of a mine cart to gain access to new areas. [4] Many of these puzzles require use of the game's form of magic spells , called "Psynergy"; [5] [6] this is in contrast to many RPGs, which often restrict magic to within battles and post-combat healing. [7] Psynergy, however, is used for both purposes; for example, the "Whirlwind" spell that damages enemies in battle is also used out of battle to remove overgrown foliage blocking the player's path. [8] Psynergy comes in four elements : Venus (manipulation of rocks and plants), Mars (revolving around fire and heat), Jupiter (based on wind and electricity), and Mercury (concerning water and ice). [9] Players can return to previous locations in the game to finish puzzles which they could not solve earlier because of the lack of a specific Psynergy spell. [4]

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When you arrive, walk up to the door and knock. You meet Michelle Moller , the victim's daughter, home alone as her father has gone out looking for the mother. After the cutscene, look in the bedroom for clues.

The earliest attested reference to the European myth of the Ages of Man 500 BC–350 BC appears in the late 6th century BC works of the Greek poet Hesiod 's Works and Days (109–126). Hesiod, a deteriorationist, identifies the Golden Age, the Silver Age , the Bronze Age, the Heroic Age , and the Iron Age . With the exception of the Heroic Age, each succeeding age was worse than the one that went before. Hesiod maintains that during the Golden Age, before the invention of the arts, the earth produced food in such abundance that there was no need for agriculture:

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