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Also didn’t realize that you can go into a side room in the catacombs and read inscriptions on a wall about the grail
I realized quite late that it says something like “if you see a painting of the grail you can tell whether it’s shiny or not”, and then you find a painting in the castle giving you a hint for the final trial.
I think, in spite of my love for that game, that this was a very mean puzzle. Two different situations in which you may find or not some clue which is very hidden, you don’t know you HAVE TO find them, and the clues contain informations that change at every gameplay.