There have been numerous other threads about moving around in the brilliant levels. I suggest you use the handy-dandy search bar above to figure out this information for yourself.

The results did not entirely answer my question, so I re-asked it with emphasis on the part I did not understand--Exactly how well by putting quotation marks around the well.

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TopNewestThere have been numerous other threads about moving around in the brilliant levels. I suggest you use the handy-dandy search bar above to figure out this information for yourself.

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The results did not entirely answer my question, so I re-asked it with emphasis on the part I did not understand--Exactly how well by putting quotation marks around the well.

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Well, you clearly didn't look hard enough, because I was able to find the answer within 30 seconds. Keyword: level.

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Atleast 14-15 questions.

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