Ready Player One: A Novel - Level One: Chapters 6-11 Summary & Analysis

Ernest Cline
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Level One: Chapters 6-11 Summary

In Chapter 6, Wade grows bored while sitting in Latin class and his mind begins to wonder. Wade spends the time thinking about the riddle that contains the first clue of Halliday's egg hunt.

In Chapter 7, the teacher conjugates the verb for 'to learn.' When Wade hears it, it makes him think of a line in the Halliday clue that mentions learning. Then Wade looks up the meaning of Ludus. When he sees that it means both school and game, her realizes the first key must be hidden on Ludus. Wade already knows that the first key has something to do with the Dungeons and Dragon game, Tomb of Horrors. For this reason, Wade begins searching Ludus for a place that resembles the opening in the game to the tomb. When Wade finds something similar, he procures a teleportation ticket for...

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