Psychle's Matrix Blog
The Answer

We made it into the car and onto the road before the agents showed up. Seconds later, they were beside us, tearing steel against our ride.

Panicked, shaking, I opened the envelope. It said:

Go first.

Take four pearls from the row of six. When he responds, you'll be able to create a board of 5-4-1. When he responds the next time, you'll be able to make a board of 3-2-1. After the takes his pearl(s), you can make a board of 2-2.

You should be able to take it from there.
"Well?" Hakuin asked. Tera tore around a corner and swerved between three cars. Gunshots rang out all around us.

"I don't understand what it means," I said. Tera told us to hold on as we rocketed through a parking lot. Sparks flew as we careened over cement bumpers and banged into cars.

"Forget it," Hakuin said. "See that phone?" We were barrelling toward a pay phone booth.

"Yeah," I said.

"It's ringing," he said. "Use it to get out."

"What about this message?" I waved the paper.

"Remember as much as you can. I'll explain when we get out. Go."

With seconds to decide, I handed the paper to Ramb and opened the car door. Rolling, I grunted and tried to stop myself. As I glanced around, I saw three agents appear from nowhere and speed toward me. I leaped up and grabbed the phone.

Everything went black.

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