A cunning widow and her niece live in a very old house which they inherited from her husband. By spreading rumours of a treasure chest with a huge fortune hidden in the house, the women are able to rent out several rooms to treasure-hunters. A builder attempts to manipulate the woman into selling the "worthless" house, while she manipulates the builder and the new tenants into damaging the house so she can force modern refurbishments for the house. The tenants and builder become involved in a tangled web of love, lies, and emotional entanglements building to the happy ending.
• Visitor reviews• Rodney's ReviewsDEAD MAN'S TREASURESteed Rallies AroundEmma Drives for HerselfProduction completed: 5 July 1967UK Premiere (London, Season 6): 19 October 1967US Premiere (New York, Season 3): 13 March 1968It'salmost one continuous chase scene as our heroes follow clues in a car rally/treasure huntthat has turned into a race with the enemy to retrieve something that a now-dead colleagueof Steed's had hidden in the prize treasure chest. Oops, "someone put super in thestandard."
For the island that the Ben Gunn pawn ended up on, the pawn is worth 10 points and counts as the highest valued treasure for that island. The token goes to the player with the highest total. The second highest total would then take the highest valued token.
If two players have the same value of treasure, the totals on the last island scored are compared. The tied player that has more value on the last island scored wins the game. If there is still a tie, players look at the previous island until the tie is finally broken.
Pirate Pawns: 2 standup cardboard pirates, Ben Gunn and Captain Flint, each with a plastic base. Their backs remind you of which direction they travel (one goes clockwise and the other counterclockwise), while Ben Gunn has a treasure chest at his foot to remind you he's worth 10 treasure at the end.
Setup: The six islands are laid out randomly in a circle. Ben Gunn, the good pirate, starts on his deserted island while Captain Flint, the evil pirate ghost, starts on his island of lost ships. 2-4 treasure tiles are randomly placed on each island.
Each player adds up the value of all of his pirates on the island. The player with the highest value gets the most valuable treasure on the island, the second the second highest, etc. If there are extra treasures after each player present on the island has received one, they all go to the first-place player.
This movie is all about Johnny Depp, who camps it up from one action-packed scene to the next. Let's see: There's a giant sea monster, a voodoo princess, barnacle-encrusted pirates, a desert island, hungry cannibals, buried treasure, a ghost ship, an insane sword fight, and every other pirate cliché you can think of. Really, it gets a little exhausting, and after the first hour or two, the whole thing starts to wear on your psyche -- even Depp's drunken pirate schtick, which seemed so fresh and fun in the first movie. The storyline puts Will and Elizabeth's romance on the back burner, and that's what helped to give the first movie some depth. Still, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest is a lot of fun, moves along fairly well, and ends with a great cliffhanger. It would have been better if they'd chopped off about 30 minutes in the middle.
I've always wanted a treasure chest, but nothing in real life ever looks as authentically "pirate" as the ones in the movies do. Well... Yo-Ho-Ho, I'd be willing to walk the plank to get my hands on this cool new Davy Jones' Dead Man's Treasure Chest. This straight-from-Hollywood work of decorative art boasts a wood frame encased in quality designer resin that is embellished with Flying Dutchman boats and pirate hat-wearing octopuses (yep), and features a medieval domed lid, metal handles, and a faux metal lock and rivets. Shiver me timbers, this be one fine chest to be storin' ye bounty of loose change and other looted booty!
By chance, Jim overhears Long John's plotting, and warns his friends, just as they arrive at the island. Over the next few days, Jim repeatedly wanders into danger, meets a scary hermit and kills a pirate by himself, while Long John keeps switching sides, and the treasure is found.
Out of the Frying Pan, into the FireDescriptionRegion(s)The DescentLocation(s)MowshurstReward(s)Mag Deira cuirass + misc. lootAdditional InformationTypeTreasure huntEnemiesGhoulsMap(s)Out of the Frying Pan, into the Fire is a treasure hunt quest in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
To start, head to the abandoned village of Mowshurst and look for a cellar door, making sure to kill off any ghouls along the way. Use Aard, then head down to find a dead body on a bed. Loot the corpse for a key and note, making sure to read the note to start the quest. Now head out to the other side of the village where some haystacks are and look behind the one slightly higher up to find a half hidden chest in it. Loot it to complete the quest.
Only the most dedicated prospectors have access to this secret treasure hunt, but it's a tough one all the same. Here's how to find "Le Tresor Des Morts" - or the Treasure of the Dead - in Red Dead Redemption 2.
Le Tresor Des Morts is an extra mission in Red Dead Redemption 2 that's only available to those who pre-ordered the Special or Ultimate Editions of the game, as well as those who pre-ordered on PC. If you didn't you're just not going to find this map as unlike other treasure maps in the game it isn't sold by a fence later down the line.
Inside you'll find two dead prisoners in jail cells and the one lying on the cot has the rolled up map beside him. If you don't see it, sorry, you didn't pre-order your version of Red Dead Redemption before the deadline.
Where the floods rise up,But the dead stay dry,And the colored light falls,When the sun's in the sky.There to your left you'll find our wealth,It's no good to us without our health.
Free spirit Freeda Ferguson goes searching for her father and finds intrigue instead. Attorney Patrick Sanchez wants only to close a door in his family's past and has no time for Freeda or adventure. When a dead man's shadow and secrets from the past bring death to their present, Patrick and Freeda find themselves drawn into a dangerous search for truth. As a small town seeks treasure, they must seek answers.
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight is jam-packed with a host of open-world activities, some of which will reward you with some nice rewards and achievements. While you are swooping around on your Dragon, it pays to be on the lookout for certain valuables, and if you want to find all the hidden Waking Shores treasures, you'll need to locate some particularly tricky ones.
In order to begin your treasure hunt, you must first buy the Archeologists Artifact Notes from Cataloger Jakes. This is the subject of the quest Funding a Treasure Hunt, which is the follow-on from the Dragon Isles Supplies pre-quest.
Upon using the Notes, they will mark the location of the initial treasure on your map. Simply fly there and loot the Golden Dragon Goblet (found up on the ledge), to unlock access to the subsequent treasures. The Notes are cheap to buy, at only ten Dragon Isles Supplies, and although you can keep re-buying them over and over again, they serve no other purpose than letting you acquire the first treasure.
There are eight treasures in total, but they vary widely in how easy they are to acquire. Five of them are relatively simple, requiring you to simply fly to their locations and pick them up. However, the last three will require you to search various objects to find their corresponding map. Once you have found one of the maps, you use it in the same way as the Archeologist Artifact Notes, whereby it will show you the location of the treasure, and you need only fly over and interact with it.
For the Bubble Drifter, after you have found the Guide To Rare Fish, you must first interact with the nearby Fragrant Plant, in order to be able to interact with the fish. The plant is found very close to the actual treasure, so you shouldn't miss it!
All of these can drop the maps but at a very low rate. You will likely need to farm hundreds of these containers if you are to loot all of these maps, as they can also drop prerequisites to treasures in other zones.
The treasure hunt immediately brought him back to his youth, when he was obsessed with a 2002 TV series called Push, Nevada, which allowed viewers to try and solve a real-life mystery that carried a million-dollar prize. Stuef also got caught up in a book by magician David Blaine, Mysterious Stranger, which combined autobiography with a treasure hunt and offered a $100,000 prize.
The case that prompted him to step from behind the curtain was brought by a Chicago real estate attorney named Barbara Andersen, who alleges that the unknown finder of the treasure had located it by hacking her texts and emails and stealing her solve. She believed the treasure was in New Mexico. 2b1af7f3a8