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You actually don't need the watermelon, just good timing and intentionally looking at her in the right spot, can do this about every time if practiced enough (Btw, Headteacher can possibly let her out, Mr. Cleany if you littered in that classroom).

I asked this since you described this particular thing...Marzia and opening doors. Thought it was just me.

Do you skip the last language notebook before the chase? How many numbers on average can you save to the elevator? Asking so I can help.

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I know. Seems like Head teacher always lets her out, because I always put the trash back into the trashbin.

Now everytime I get this far, I skipped the 9th and the 10th notebook, because sometimes I just couldn’t put the letters in anymore or click on the check mark. So I didn’t want to risk anything and just skip the last notebooks. I‘m also doing this because of Phonty.

Last time I got so far, I put in 8 numbers into the elevator. Then I just had to put in 119 two times on the final chase. I could have made it, but my hands were too shaky. I was too stupid to scroll the curser at the key for the shortcut, and infront of the shortcut I just walked against the wall, but I had enough time, Marzia didn’t killed me instantly when that happened, so she wasn’t that fast. And I‘m always trying to get every single letter right. But sometimes some  mistakes happen, because I overread the blank spot.

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Welp. Head teacher always has a chance to do that.

The letter input problem happens to me when working on a language notebook for too long, don't know much else. Skipping last two notebooks is usually better when using Viktor, but still works without.

8 numbers saved before-chase is good, I try and at least get 7 (more if possible) without Viktor. I saw the video, that must've hurt, I died a couple times on final chase for stuff like this. Little things matter.

I know you can do it, eventually, you'll get that perfect run.

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Alright, that really helps. Thank you.