Reverse 1999 Disc of Turin A Rating Guide

In our Reverse 1999 Disc of Turin A Rating guide, we are going to show you how to make the correct choices and give the correct answers in this part of the Thief of The Thieves. Basically, it’s a choose-your-own-adventure kind of thing, where you have to pick the thing that happens next. However, if you get it wrong… kiss that A rating goodbye. So, here’s what you have to choose in order to get the highest grade.

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reverse 1999 disc of turin a rating guide
Reverse 1999 Disc of Turin A Rating Guide

How to Get Disc of Turin A Rating in Reverse 1999

To get an A rating in the Disc of Turin quest in Reverse 1999 Thief of The Thieves, you have to give the correct choices whenever you’re prompted for answers. Now, I can’t guarantee that the prompts will come in this exact order, but as long as you know what the correct answers are in each choice, you’ll do just fine. Basically, keep this list open and make the choices we’ve laid out for you. I mean, there’s only two or three choices per question, so there’s really zero chance you’ll mess it up.

  • Day 1
    • Check it yourself
    • Drive him away
  • Day 2
    • Use more guards to maintain order
    • Mediate the dispute
  • Day 3
    • Drive them away
    • More arcane props
  • Day 4
    • Test him
    • Calm them down with force
  • Day 5
    • Catch them

And there you go, those are the correct answers to get the A Rating in Disc of Turin in Reverse 1999 Thief of The Thieves. By the way, this has been added in the new update, and you can read more about it on the official website. It’s just one aspect of a bunch of other cool content that you can explore. And if you need more help with all that, we’ve got a bunch of other guides. For example, we’ve written articles like Bio of the Great Thief Puzzle Stage 10 Solution, Best Diggers Build, and Characters in the Suitcase Load 6 Ideas Each, to name just a few.

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