I was going to ask the same thing, I assume it has something to do with an alternate reality that Jack wasn't supposed to tell us about. I'm sure CDC/FBI/BYOB agent's Brick Rosco will fix that shortly :)
The binary code translates to “%”. And If you click the underlined ”all” near the beginning it takes you to a page with and b&w photo of a suit of armor. The name of it is “suitofarmor” if you click the photo it asks for a password, I can’t figure out the passcode... help
are there any codes made up of 0s and 1s that aren't binary?
edit: there are different types of binary and some are putting out interesting answers. I'm using https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/number/binary-to-ascii.html to check all the different types.
I’m not getting any results there either.
If the code translates to “%” then maybe the password has something to do with percentages? Of what I’m not sure
Yay I wanna see brick's They always somewhat terrify me and make me happy
Also the ABC boys can come -loads shotgun with malicious intent-
I'm trying to decide the best way to answer this... What is Bedside Manor?
Bedside Manor is, in some ways, a game.
Or is it?
No, I'm sorry. I've probably said too much already.
@Jack Townsend thanks for pointing that out
@Jack Townsend keeping in character huh. Nice.
Oh my god it's either mafia, or a version of clue
is this after book 3?
Yes. After the Mayfly Story, but before Volume 4.
Can we also talk about that new code...? Anyone here know anything about ciphers?
All I’ve gathered is if it’s binary code it translates to “%”
board game or rpg? we have to work on our manners...
Thank you Jack😁. Ive always loved this story i just need to catch up a lil. sorry bout the spam i lagged
Exciting new projects in store... My interest is peaked!
Yes. This is after volume three, after "Happy Halloween from the Gas Station," and before Volume 4.