“Strange representation...” she brooded.
“Why did the author of this plan deliberately hide the information behind an artistic style? ...”
“If each line represents a gallery, each gallery junction is represented by a serif...”
“It seems to me that the count of galleries is correct...”
“But it would be worth checking on the scene, I wasn't aware of all the junctions...”
“In any case, the large arched gallery is represented at its right size, not like on the map of the group of Azazorians, who have made a brilliant blunder on this point...”
“The red gallery is the one that can be easily crossed by sneaking through...”
“Its room, where a single kipucka remains lethargic, seems to be represented as a heart...”
“Could it be that the colours and symbols identify the function of each gallery? ...”
Following the revelation of the archive of Orphie Dradius, the investigation and the assembly which followed, the SKA undertook to draw up a detailed map of the Tunnel of Woe.
The Great Library is able to present the results with the kind permission of Nair Zendae and Nilstilar Thorec, who have conducted the necessary further exploratory expeditions during the year 2610. We would like to thank them for this. The detailed results of this considerable work can be found in the article Topographical Analysis of the Tunnel of Woe, (JA 2610).