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The door to the study.

Study Door Combination is a written note found in Dishonored 2.

Past Version

Transcript

With Duke Luca coming tonight, there will be so many strangers in my house. I shouldn't have agreed to host this cursed séance. Something is going to happen, I can feel it. Maybe I won't attend. Feign sickness, or lock myself up in the bathroom.

Anyway I need to change the combination to the Study door, as I was asked. Let's focus on something else. Old memories.

[number] - The coins in my pocket when I left Morley and came to Karnaca. "One coin for each week until I take another boat and join you," my mother said. But then she never came.
7 - My birth month. I'm probably the only person who knows the date since Theodanis passed away.
[number] - The number painted on my lunch bucket when I worked the mines. I was just a kid, but it feels like yesterday.

Location

This note can be found on a tabletop near Stilton in his gazebo, in the past, during the mission A Crack in the Slab.

Present Version

Transcript

With Duke Luca coming tonight, there will be so many strangers in my house. I shouldn't have agreed to host this cursed séance. Something is going to happen, I can feel it. Maybe I won't attend. Feign sickness, or lock myself up in the bathroom.

Anyway I need to change the combination to the Study door, as I was asked. Let's focus on something else. Old memories.


[The page is stained with mold, a blurry list of numbers is barely visible.]

Location

This version of the note can be found on the floor of the same gazebo, in the present.

Trivia

  • The first and third digits in the note are randomly selected each time.
  • Despite classifying as a note, and displaying as such in the journal, it is clearly a book that is read.

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