Royale High Wall Code Campus 3

In our Royale High Wall Code Campus 3 guide, we are going to show you the different solutions to the puzzle and how you can approach it. However you decide to try and solve it, you will need to invest patience and time. It will be frustrating, I’m not gonna lie to you. However, it’ll be worth it in the end. If for no other reason, then because you won’t have to do the puzzle anymore.

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royale high wall code campus 3
Royale High Wall Code Campus 3

Royale High Campus 3 Brick Wall Code Solutions

The first thing you need to know is that there are around 3024 possible combinations for the brick wall code in Royale High Campus 3. Each combination has four “digits,” and you can’t press the same button twice in one combination. And thank goodness for that, because otherwise, the number of possible combos would be impossible to go through. Another thing we have to mention here is the orientation of the buttons. The top left button is 1, and the bottom right is 9. So, the first row, left to right, is 1-2-3, the middle row is 4-5-6, and the bottom row is 7-8-9. To get the idea. As for all the possible combos, you can find them all in this Google doc. Huge ups to Cosmonautics for putting it together.

Now, there are two ways you can approach the many possible solutions for the brick wall code in Royale High Campus 3. The first one is to stay on one server and go through the list of combinations one by one. Another is to hop from server to server and try combos that tend to appear more often, such as 1238. I recommend the first route. It’ll take a lot of time and patience, but you’ll get it eventually. The wall, by the way, is to the right of the Front Office sign and the dual staircase, next to the portal and the purple curtain. It’s made of nine blocks you can press.

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