John, Jack, Trisha, and Karen were all very angry. They used this anger to propel themselves to the end. The final challenge was waiting. They were too impatient to wait. The fourth challenge proved to be an ordeal, but they made it through.
“The last challenge features a box. Open it, and you will succeed,” said the voice from the loudspeaker.”
The door opened. There were keys everywhere.
“How are we supposed to guess all the keys?”
“Worse, look at the board! It says we only have forty minutes.”
“But there’s a clue! It has a star; look at the hole!”
The hole was shaped like a five pointed star.”
After ten minutes, there were fifty keys left. The only problem was, the keys were hard to put in. So, they looked for another clue.
“Look at the outer areas of the box! It’s a shade of purple!”
“Then the key must be purple!”
After ten minutes passed by, there were five keys left. The keys were tried.
Trisha pushed the first key. It didn’t fit. Nor did the second or third. But the fourth fit just right. It took effort to turn the key. In the end, it fit perfectly.