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The image in question comes from one of the questions on the sorting quiz. It asks something like "if you could make a potion that gave you a certain attribute, what would it be", with that being the image for the answer "glory". -- 1337star (Drop me a line!) 18:24, July 12, 2012 (UTC)
RE:About the Knockturn Alley's Shops
Oh, right. I meant to create articles on those shops on the French Wiki (as I did on the Spanish one), but I never got to and had completely forgotten about that. The names of the shops can only be found on a cheat menu that you can gain access to with an emulator. Anyway, here's a screenshot:
As you can see, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop is translated as L'Antiquaire abracadabrant, and Cobb & Webb's is replaced by a note saying "No need to be translated as per" (which leads me to believe that the shop's name would be the same in French). -- 21:25, August 1, 2012 (UTC)
- I'm still trying to figure out how to access some of those hidden game files, but some of the things I am getting from here and here. While, I guess, those links do not provide French translations, they might be of some help while I am fidgeting with the games. I'll reach you if I find the translation of the "box of confiscated items". -- 22:24, August 2, 2012 (UTC)
RE:About the "Gargoyle Strike of 1911"
I still have had no luck in finding out the translated unused dialogue (or the English ones, for that matter), I'm so sorry!
A "wildcat strike" is a kind of strike action taken by workers without the authorisation of their union officials (i.e. the general strikes in May 1968, in France) — it's what the French Wikipedia terms "grève sauvage".
-- 23:53, August 14, 2012 (UTC)
- In that case, the "wildcats" are the ones on strike (in this case, it would seem, the gargoyles). -- 11:23, August 15, 2012 (UTC)
The line in question is from when you find the copy of Book of Spells in the library in the introduction of the game. You can hear it at 5:49 in this tutorial video on YouTube (the video contains spoilers). ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 15:35, November 19, 2012 (UTC)