Master Instrument Guide - Guide for Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure

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                     # Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure #
                     #            3DS - SEGA                 #
                     #    Master Instrument Walkthrough      #
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This guide will show the player/reader the locations of each part of the Master
Instrument in SEGA's Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure for Nintendo 3DS.

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|               Table of Contents               |
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|Version History ========================= [VRH]|
|Introduction to the Master Instrument === [INT]|
|Master Instrument Guide ================= [MIG]|
|      How to Read the Guide ============= [MIH]|
|      Master Instrument Stage 1 ========= [MI1]|
|      Master Instrument Stage 2 ========= [MI2]|
|      Master Instrument Stage 3 ========= [MI3]|
|      Master Instrument Stage 4 ========= [MI4]|
|Other stuff: Legal, thanks, etc. ======== [OTH]|
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|            Version History            | [VRH] |
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Current Version:    1.1
What's new:         Fixed the suspicious missing entry
                    Fixed a mistake at the end of the guide - you unlock
                       'Meeting Fondue' for the Master Instrument, not 'Marie's
                       Test' (thanks for that, XGamerRichy!).
                    Removed the odd Bernard's hints that stuck out a bit, I'll
                       re-add them when I have the entire list (which might be
                       a while...)
                    A minor layout adjustment
What's coming up:   Bernard's hints for the noises (e.g. 'gushing noise',
                       'dangerous noise', etc.)
                    More detailed descriptions of when and where the noises
                       can be found

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| Introduction to the Master Instrument | [INT] |
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The Master Instrument is one of two major sidequests in Rhythm Thief. The aim
is to use the game's Recorder function to record 20 different sound effects
throughout the game to build one large instrument. The sidequest is begun as
part of the story, when Raphael speaks to Bernard.

To advance the sidequest, Bernard will give slightly cryptic hints as to the
nature of the sound (e.g. 'gushing noise', 'dangerous noise') and the sound of
what you are looking for will be played. The aim is to record these sounds by
clicking on the correct item around Paris and to bring the recording back to
Bernard.

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|        Master Instrument Guide        | [MIG] |
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|HOW TO READ THE GUIDE                  | [MIH] |
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Part #:Where upon the board (found in the main menu, accessed via the button
       in the top-right corner of the adventure screen) is the sound located?
       Positions go in ascending order from left to right, top to bottom, as
       in normal English reading.
What:  What is it that you have to click in order to gain the sound effect?
Where: In which part of the map of Paris (and its surrounding areas) can the
       sound effect by found?

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|STAGE 1                                | [MI1] |
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Part 1: Beginning of the quest
What:   Bat
Where:  Right above Bernard's head! Play and record this to begin the Master
        Instrument sidequest.

Part 2
What:   Fountain
Where:  Place de la Concorde
    OR  St. Loure Convent

Part 3
What:   Cat
Where:  Place Vendome

Part 4
What:   Fly
Where:  Rue Rambuteau (buzzing around a stall)

Part 5
What:   Coughing
Where:  Notre Dame Cathedral (talk to an NPC)

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|STAGE 2                                | [MI2] |
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Part 6
What:   Bumblebee
Where:  Les Invalides (buzzing around some flowers)

Part 7
What:   Yawning
Where:  Paris Archives (gotten as part of story)

Part 8
What:   Bicycle bell
Where:  Musee d'Orsay Station

Part 9
What:   Bottle cork
Where:  Paris Opera
    OR  Members' Hall
    OR  Market

Part 10
What:   Large Bell
Where:  The Sorbonne

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|STAGE 3                                | [MI3] |
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Part 11
What:   Baby bird
Where:  Petit Pont

Part 12
What:   Horse
Where:  Rue des Francs-Bourgeois

Part 13
What:   Camera snapping
Where:  Rue de Conti

Part 14
What:   Bus horn honking
Where:  Hotel de Cillon
    OR  Arc de Triomphe

Part 15
What:   Stomach rumbling
Where:  Elisabeth's Manse (gotten as part of story)

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|STAGE 4                                | [MI4] |
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Part 16
What:   Pigeon
Where:  The Louvre

Part 17
What:   Rubbish bin lid clanging
Where:  Constabulary Back Door

Part 18
What:   Cash register
Where:  Ecole Militaire

Part 19
What:   Lawnmower
Where:  The Eiffel Tower

Part 20
What:   Aeroplane
Where:  Champ de Mars (flying in the distance)

...and there you have it! You've completed the Master Instrument and have
unlocked the second bonus chapter: Meeting Fondue!

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|    Other stuff: Legal, thanks, etc.   | [OTH] |
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-First and foremost: All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document
are owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders.
-Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure belongs to SEGA.
-The Nintendo 3DS belongs to Nintendo.
-This guide belongs to GameFAQs user MentheLapin. It must only be posted on
GameFAQS, unless I have given the webmaster of another site prior permission
to host the guide.
-If you wish to host the guide on your website, please drop me a line
menthelapin@hotmail.co.uk and I shall see what I can do.
-If you are making your own guide based on my reportings in this guide, please
do not plagiarise this work. Make sure you credit me, and, if possible, notify
me of its use.
-Please contact me at menthelapin@hotmail.co.uk if you have any other questions
about the guide, as well as any corrections and adjustments that must be made.

An additional thanks to:
-SEGA for making this highly-recommended game
-The reader, for making my effort worth it
-Whoever wrote the music for the Bernard's Shop theme, one of the best tracks
in the game!

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#                         A MentheLapin guide - 2012                          #
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