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Antique safe made in France around ~1780 / 1810. With three keys and a combination of ordered switches

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u/getoffmygrassdevil Nov 25 '22

now a days if you forget your password all you gotta do is reset it. with this thing though...

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u/toeofcamell Nov 25 '22

Nowadays you just post it to Reddit that you found this abandoned safe

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u/ProFoxxxx Nov 25 '22

Peak disappointment

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u/UnhelpfulMoron Nov 25 '22

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u/WikiSummarizerBot Nov 25 '22

The Mystery of Al Capone's Vaults

The Mystery of Al Capone's Vaults is a two-hour live American television special that was broadcast in syndication on April 21, 1986, and hosted by Geraldo Rivera. It centered on the live opening of a walled-off underground room in the Lexington Hotel in Chicago once owned by noted crime lord Al Capone, which turned out to be empty except for debris. Thirty million viewers watched, making it the "highest rated syndicated special" in history. Rivera had inadvertently launched a "no-news" form of news, where instead of reporting on news, entire programs were about possible and hypothetical news.

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u/janeohmy Nov 25 '22

Geraldo Rivera Butcher of Balaklava

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u/MLGGYARADOS Nov 25 '22

I find it a very strange coincidence that it sounds similar to Geralt of Rivia

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u/Real_Dimension4765 Nov 25 '22

Omg I'm dyyying.....could they have done that on purpose?! If so that is freaking hilarious

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u/FaeryLynne Nov 25 '22

The first novel was released in 1986.... Same year as the above Al Capone vault incident, but..... The author is Polish so I highly doubt it lol

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u/GJacks75 Nov 25 '22

There was nothing in Al Capone's vault, but it wasn't Geraldo's fault.

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u/recumbent_mike Nov 25 '22

I can't imagine they hadn't opened it already before the show aired.

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u/nopuse Nov 25 '22

I have to agree, you don't want to show a room full of corpses on live TV.

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u/GJacks75 Nov 25 '22

I dunno. Gotta be more entertaining than the Kardashians.

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u/gregw134 Nov 25 '22

Yeah you do that's tv gold

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u/constellationthinker Nov 25 '22

imagine wasting 2 hrs going through just dozens if not hundreds of ads, to walk in live, to an empty room. the smart person would've vcr taped it instead of watching it "live" for the "thrill"

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u/pauly13771377 Nov 25 '22

I don't have to imagine. I did it and it sucked.

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u/Abdul-Ahmadinejad Nov 25 '22

Fuck that. Watching Geraldo squirm was glorious!

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u/JDoos Nov 25 '22

Man VCRs were expensive back then! We couldn't afford that shit. If you didn't watch it live you didn't watch it and were left out of the conversation the next day! (We did not watch it in my family and I was fine with not being a part of the conversation)

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u/Im-a-cat-in-a-box Nov 25 '22

And recording something on vcr wasn't easy either, and it wasn't like you could just watch something else. Back then we made plans around a show like that.

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u/Lou_C_Fer Nov 25 '22

Tell me you weren't around back then without telling me you weren't around back then.

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

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u/campbellm Nov 25 '22

Wasn't he pretty well known prior to that?

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u/askthisscientician Nov 25 '22

But it wasn't Geraldo's fault!

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u/HMJ87 Nov 25 '22

Something something Burt Ward

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u/Snoo63 Nov 25 '22

Or send it to The LockPickingLawyer

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u/Dunnersstunner Nov 25 '22

“This is the Lock Picking Lawyer and today I have something special for you. A viewer has sent in this safe and he tells me there’s a bottle of 16 year old Lagavulin inside…”

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

I’d watch that

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u/S-r-ex Nov 25 '22

Binding on top right...

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u/emdave Nov 25 '22

Nothing on three...

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u/neurovish Nov 25 '22

He would note how much of a pain in the ass it would be to pick, then point out something like the hinges are on the outside and you can just tap the pins out

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u/LazyCondition0 Nov 25 '22

Came here to say this

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u/cyanocittaetprocyon Nov 25 '22

LPL would have this open in 3 minutes, tops.

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u/JoeDomm73 Nov 25 '22

World known fact, Reddit has the best detectives and puzzle solvers on earth.

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u/meat_sack Nov 25 '22

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u/Perfect-Welcome-1572 Nov 25 '22

Fuck 4Chan with 1,000,000 hot pokers, but that is impressive.

It shows how a bunch of dipshits with plenty of resources and infinite time can do about anything. Like, create Qanon, even.

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u/Nerckie Nov 25 '22

This leads me to an interesting thought: if all the redditors were gathered, could they achieve something never done? Would it be possible to hack into a human brain or create an entire new method of regenerating human limbs for amputees, for example?

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u/SuchSalad4 Nov 25 '22

Nowadays, everybody wanna talk like they got somethin’ to say but nothin’ comes out when they move their lips just a bunch of gibberish and motherfuckers act like they forgot about Dre.

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u/emdave Nov 25 '22

motherfuckers act like they forgot about Dre.

About who?

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u/Dogekaliber Nov 25 '22

New Password Cannot Be The Old Password?

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u/MikeBrowne2010 Nov 25 '22

Hate that

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u/catmatix Nov 25 '22

Not strong enough. 'Ifuck1ngHat3that'

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u/ShireHorseRider Nov 25 '22

Sorry, your password needs to be a combination of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.

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u/danegermaine99 Nov 25 '22

But not the symbol you chose.

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u/campbellm Nov 25 '22

... 25 minutes of interpretive dance and a gang sign.

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u/technobrendo Nov 25 '22

Inserts random Unicode characters for a password.

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u/ShireHorseRider Nov 25 '22

Please try again.

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u/getoffmygrassdevil Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 25 '22

i once had to make a password including all that and it wouldnt accept it if it had any 'dictionary words' in it. looked a little like:

New Password: gFT47<vmcAt84nftcDYb9(53b

Confirm Password: gFT47<vmcAt84nftcDYb9(53b

sorry, your password cannot contain dictionary words. your password contains the word "cat". please try again

New Password: unrcDn4dcjtaCyfv>743:Dhbu

Confirm Password: unrcDn4dcjtaCyfv>743:Dhbu

sorry, your password cannot contain dictionary words spelled backwards. your password contains the word "cat". please try again

angry chair throwing noises

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u/ParkerBeach Nov 25 '22

…you call the lockpicking lawyer!!!

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u/Aggravating-Host-752 Nov 25 '22

I want to see him open that shit in 4 minutes.

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u/Moorific Nov 25 '22

4 minutes? I give him 2, tops.

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u/centran Nov 25 '22

1 min and 30 seconds is just him explaining the lock.

"Now many of you would like to see me pick this safe open. Especially because it would involve picking not just one lock but three locks. However, none of that is needed thanks to the poor safe design of late 18 century French safe builders. Let me demonstrate."

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u/da_slab Nov 25 '22

Hehe that's him alright. Read it with his voice in my head haha

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u/Sinaaaa Nov 25 '22

.. you just have to mail it to the Lockpicking Lawyer.

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u/0_1_0_1_ Nov 25 '22

so the avrg people had better memory or were more intelligent back in the day?

studies say offsprings are smarter than parents so according to that every generation becomes more intelligent than their ancestors + taller and prettier too according to some other studies online i read in the past

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u/ProphePsyed Nov 25 '22

We haven’t concluded whether people are actually getting smarter or if information is just becoming more available today. There are studies that seem to suggest that the average IQ is the same that it has always been, we just have more concepts to learn today.

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u/TofuAttack Nov 25 '22

Average IQ is always the same because IQ distribution is normalised such that the average is always 100.

Tests are made harder as intelligence in population increases

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u/anislandinmyheart Nov 25 '22

I would tend to agree with that. There are lots of old types of knowledge that we just don't make space in our brain for. Like most of us would get lost in any landscape that we were less than extremely familiar with. And few people can do any kind of mental maths.

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u/Death2LossPrvntion Nov 25 '22

They took whole generations? I get taller, smarter, and more handsome everytime I visit my grandma.

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u/SkipperTSPC Nov 25 '22

Underrated

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u/RABKissa Nov 25 '22

Just don't lock the manual for the safe... in the safe

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u/JoeDomm73 Nov 25 '22

A modern safe-breaker would have a veeeery hard time with this one.

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u/_Im_Dad Nov 25 '22 Silver Wholesome Ally

I reckon I could break in to this, it'll take some time though. Then I'll masturbate inside the vault to celebrate.

It's about time I came into money.

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u/JoeDomm73 Nov 25 '22

Dad is weird.

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u/toeofcamell Nov 25 '22

Dad obviously just blew his wad

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

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u/Matrick13 Nov 25 '22

Will you let me go?

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u/ItsThatDood Nov 25 '22

Sadly the only think you'll be coming into is dust

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u/JoeEnyo Nov 25 '22

Dustbuster

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u/AuronRayn Nov 25 '22

I appreciate the pun.

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u/overloadedcoffee Nov 25 '22

I read this. Closed the comment. Then went back to upvote it for the pun.

Brilliant.

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u/Cultural_Ant Nov 25 '22

"This is the Lockpicking lawyer .... "

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u/Logan20th Nov 25 '22

"And today, I'm gonna get into this safe with just a toothpick and my pinky toe"

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u/well_shoothed Nov 25 '22

Lockpicking Lawyer is like the Chuck Norris of lockpicking... it wouldn't surprise any of us to hear:

"And today, I'm gonna get into this safe with just a toothpick and my pinky toe just by my looking menacingly at it"

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u/AlexanderDaychilde Nov 25 '22

just by my looking menacingly at it

Not unless Masterlock made this safe… heh

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u/SH4D0W0733 Nov 25 '22

''The French always forgot their magnetic shielding in that era, so by putting this magnet here on the side... and it's open.''

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u/boris_keys Nov 25 '22

Let’s do it one more time just to make sure that it was not a fluke. Okay folks…

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u/RhynoD Nov 25 '22

Three is binding. Big click out of three. Four is binding aaaand it's open.

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u/SenseI3ss Nov 25 '22

ngl, I'd love to see this.

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u/boris_keys Nov 25 '22

I bet he could pick those twisty locks with the tool Bosnian bill and he made.

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u/tripn4days Nov 25 '22

So folks, as you can see .

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u/Mugiwaras Nov 25 '22

Angle grinder.

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u/FunnyObjective6 Nov 25 '22

Safe is probably worth more than whatever is inside it though.

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u/Powerrrrrrrrr Nov 25 '22

Yep that’s my answer to everything too

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u/technobrendo Nov 25 '22

Don't forget his friend the cutting torch

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u/gabrielesilinic Nov 25 '22

Well probably he would be able to break trough the material itself but not trough the puzzle

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u/Plethora_of_squids Nov 25 '22

I don't know about that - there's this thing called a himitsu-bako (probably better known as Japanese puzzle boxes) which are known for being super complicated but at the same time can absolutely be cracked if you spend enough time fiddling with it. This just looks like one of those, but with a few locks which could probably be turned with enough leverage.

Like if you started playing with this you'd probably notice that one of the knobs is loose and has a certain position it wants to be in and that there's marks where a different knob has been shifted and whatnot. You probably wouldn't be able to crack it as fast as a normal safe sure (even at the time - this was never commonly used so even an era accurate safebreaker would be stopped by this) but it's definitely still doable.

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u/ReluctantAvenger Nov 25 '22

I wonder. Seems to me that with a sequence that complicated, someone is going to have to write it down. Instead of cracking the safe, I'll be looking for the note.

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u/real_human_person Nov 25 '22

The note is to be found in an even more complex safe, which has been encased in molten steel, dumped at the deepest point of the bottom of the marianas trench, and is accompanied by a suspicious looking snail.

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u/cfdeveloper Nov 25 '22

suspicious looking snail.

meow

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u/ReluctantAvenger Nov 25 '22

Dang - that was nearly perfect. You should've gone with a killer rabbit instead of the snail. /s

Then again, perhaps it's that snail (from the story) which never stops chasing you?

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u/LegendaryHooman Nov 25 '22

We call those c4

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u/WD40_as_a_lubricant Nov 25 '22

Not sure about that, there’s a guide how to open it on Reddit.

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u/shadovvvvalker Nov 25 '22

Most safecracks in a professional setting just involve drills and cameras.

Unless you are going for a surreptitious entry, the face plates are prime targets for removal.

And it would be surprising if the sequence couldn't be broken with just picking 1 or 2 keyways with a skeleton key. They are just extremely warded keyways. Warded Keys are not hard to figure out. Thats why we don't use them anymore.

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u/ShadowPouncer Nov 25 '22

Only because they didn't have the right tools.

The locks themselves are almost certainly just complicated looking Warded Locks.

That means that opening the safe is probably pretty easy once you make something close enough to the right shape to both go into the lock hole, and to turn the mechanism.

It's possible that it is, indeed, more complicated, and/or that they included 'traps' to try and trip you up with it, but a modern pin tumbler lock with good tolerances and security pins is almost certainly a great deal more secure.

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u/tn-dave Nov 25 '22

“Hey Reddit - just found this safe in my Grandparents attic. Any ideas how to get it open?”

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u/CoalNightshade Nov 25 '22

To unlock this safe you need to make 3 DC 20 Investigation checks, and 3 DC15+ Slight of Hand/Lockpick checks

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

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u/QnIg_InA_OpTiQ Nov 25 '22

2 is binding and we are in.

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u/notveryAI Nov 25 '22

Got a little click out of 4

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u/MissedYourJoke Nov 25 '22

Let me lock it and pick it again to prove its not a fluke.

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u/psychoprompt Nov 25 '22

hits the safe with another, identical safe

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u/loneandlost Nov 25 '22

I was certain someone would definitely mention LPL. Love that guy. Anyway, that's all for today...

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u/avwitcher Nov 25 '22

He would tap on it in a certain rhythm and it will pop right open

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u/Ronagall Nov 25 '22

This is all I could think of... Might be the first lock to take him over 15 minutes.

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u/oiiSuPreSSeDo Nov 25 '22

A D20 crit or 2 would pop this open in a mere kick or 2

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u/MinosAristos Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 25 '22

D20 is the best reasonably possible outcome, nobody can kick this open. D20 would be "you kick the safe and do not injure yourself".

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u/FaeryLynne Nov 25 '22

"Reasonably possible" are the keywords a lot of players (and DMs) forget. A D20 crit does not mean "shit that's completely ridiculous happens" it means you applied all your luck and skill and got the best outcome for this situation

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u/oiiSuPreSSeDo Nov 25 '22

Indeed. Sometimes a door/chest/npc be locked up so tight a 20/20 crit does precisely jackshit

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u/SeekeretStuff Nov 25 '22

It's bad DMing imo to let your players roll for things that are impossible. Putting impossible tasks in front of your players should be avoided, it's typically just lazy railroading.

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u/GenexenAlt Nov 25 '22

What a Sleight of Hand check cannot solve, a Strength check can

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u/Onkelcuno Nov 25 '22

Barbarian: I rolled an 28 on my athletics check to smash it, +4 from the ram you gave me. does a 32 open it?

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u/lelawes Nov 25 '22

Those key shapes are amazing! I’d be interested to know how they’re triggered on the back end, and exactly how difficult they would be able to pick without significant prep time.

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u/robhol Nov 25 '22

It might just be the keyhole that's that way and that the individual locks aren't as pick proof as they seem. This looks a lot like "security through obscurity" and maybe they're the world's simplest locks behind an exotic-looking key hole - there's just lots of them, and hidden behind stuff.

Just guessing, though.

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u/Delta_STW5 Nov 25 '22

You're probably right, I'm fairly sure that the key shape is most of it. They're all pretty thin and finely smithed, preventing a pry bar from being inserted. I'm guessing the locks behind are about as complex as a room door.

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u/Chubbstock Nov 25 '22

Also I think it's important to know how easily the key turns. It doesn't look like it has a lot of pressure that it's overcoming, so there's not much mechanism behind it

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u/RandomComputerFellow Nov 25 '22

I think security through obscurity was a completely valid security system in a time where knowledge traveled slow and there were no tools easily reverse engineer something like this. It is only nowadays a problem where an variety of tools and information is available.

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u/DeebsterUK Nov 25 '22

The obscurity does add to it though, since just having the keys won't be enough for you to open the safe. Not quite on the level of modern 2FA but we're talking about over 200 years ago.

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u/shitty_mcfucklestick Nov 25 '22

They had 2FA back then too. 2 Fuckin’ Assholes were posted at the door to prevent unauthorized access.

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u/Teantis Nov 25 '22

Oy move along!

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u/ilostmyoldaccount Nov 25 '22

[Speech 20] I have been given a secret task.

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u/SheerSonicBlue Nov 25 '22

Right, in you go, hurry the fuck up why don't you!

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u/indigoHatter Nov 25 '22

Hahaha, nice.

Amusingly, if there's a guard, this actually creates 3FA for this safe.

  • Keys = something you have
  • The order of the buttons to twist and slide = something you know
  • The guards recognizing you = something you are

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u/frisbm3 Nov 26 '22

Plus, you can have a different guy have each key so that they can only access it together.

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u/Augusticle Nov 25 '22

If I can't steal anything else, I'm at least stealing this joke.

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u/robhol Nov 25 '22

19th century MFA would be something, though!

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u/Jeffy29 Nov 25 '22

I don’t think they locks will be particularly difficult to pick for a skilled lockpicker once they have an access to the keyhole, but hose knobs are crazy. Depending how well made the non-functional knobs are made (if movement can get detected or not) the amount of possible combinations between the knobs is crazy.

Take every 15 degrees of every knob as a number, then each push, each pull, holding while you move a different knob, you quickly arrive to as many possible combinations as modern passwords have. I am not sure if a lockpicker could devise a way to bypass them without simply getting lucky or breaking it.

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u/robhol Nov 25 '22

Good point. I didn't think they looked like the stereotypical "cartoon safe dial" and considering how secure (or not) the rest of it looks, I assumed they're not too finicky but you're not meant to know they're there.

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u/planx_constant Nov 25 '22

Locks from that time were entirely about preventing the key from getting in, with an unusual profile, or from turning with a few simple wards. Picking a lock from that era is dead easy.

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u/AuryxTheDutchman Nov 25 '22

Yeah, like, that loopy key could very well go in and then just push against a flat plate to turn the mechanism (for example).

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u/MundanePresence Nov 25 '22

I'm no pro, but learn the basic to pick. Those shapes must be complicated, especially the " G" shapes

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u/boredom_victim Nov 25 '22

The amazing shapes are warded keyways, the shape is the security - not very hard to pick, as long as you can get something strong enough through the keyway you should be able just to turn the mechanism behind.

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u/yunus89115 Nov 25 '22

I was thinking with a sketch pad and trace paper you could probably 3D print a key.

Not that 18th century lock designers had to really consider that possibility of course.

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u/OneTPAuX Nov 25 '22

Paging LPL. Paging LPL.

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u/Yastiandrie Nov 25 '22

He'll probably open it in 15 seconds with a troll doll head or something

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u/indigoHatter Nov 25 '22

"today we're gonna use Halloween candy and leftover Thanksgiving dinner bread to open this old safe."

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u/leoioi Nov 25 '22

Click out of 1, click out of 2....

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u/jnd-cz Nov 25 '22

I don't think there are any pins in this one. He'll use piece of thicker wire and just turn it in all three holes.

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u/DeathByOrangeJulius Nov 25 '22

everyone gangsta until number 3 starts binding

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u/buttpincher Nov 25 '22

Well folks obviously this safe is a piece of shit

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u/is-that-a-thing-now Nov 25 '22

Could probably pick it laughably easy, but spend a little while figuring out the dumb switches.

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u/Slothfully_So Nov 25 '22

“We’re being robbed, where’s the gun?” ”In the safe.” 🫤

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u/MikeBrowne2010 Nov 25 '22

Stall the intruder, I only need 37 minutes!

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u/hardknockcock Nov 25 '22

And another 20 minutes to prime the shot since this is the 17 to 1800s and we French won’t invent cartridge casings for another 40ish years

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u/xHangfirex Nov 25 '22

They keep a 10mm socket in there

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u/UserNameN0tWitty Nov 25 '22

They keep all the lost 10mm sockets in there.

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u/thedon051586 Nov 25 '22

So, that's where it went!

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u/GreeneBean64 Nov 25 '22

As a vault technician, this is the epitome of what I do. It’s so intricate and beautiful and complicated. Art with purpose. Meanwhile, I mostly deal with motion sensors going off at 4am bc the air kicked on and blew some papers around or a mole made a nest too close by.

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u/CulturalActuator Nov 25 '22

You won’t be so glib when that little mole finally robs a client blind.

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u/indigoHatter Nov 25 '22

We had someone fill someone's office with balloons for their birthday the next day.

They tripped the alarm repeatedly that night.

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u/ZirePhiinix Nov 25 '22

This is called security through obscurity. It's not that secure.

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u/robhol Nov 25 '22

That was my first impression too. It depends on what the locks look like internally - worst case, it might just be a hunk of gnarly metal you pass through a complicated-looking hole, and then it just shoves a bit of metal around without any typical lock "security features" at all.

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u/Floppsicle Nov 25 '22 Wholesome

Ah yes, Reddits lockpicking experts have arrived.

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u/Zabil Nov 25 '22

It's very easy. Just get the click on 1 and 2 and the bind on 3, and that's it, you're in. Simple.

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u/Quirky-Skin Nov 25 '22

Well yeah I've seen the video now. You fools! I know the combination to 1700-1800s safe now! Nothing can stop me from getting the parcels of secret info.

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u/jnd-cz Nov 25 '22

You don't need to be expert to see that those keys are solid chunks of metal with no cuts to activate any pins inside.

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u/robhol Nov 25 '22

Yes, but then they couldn't be snarkily superior at the people being interested in stuff, or, god forbid, having opinions.

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u/DeathStar13 Nov 25 '22

Yes the lock is easy to pick but you have first to get to the keyhole

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u/koolaid7431 Nov 25 '22

That's the obscurity part.

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u/jhbedsole Nov 25 '22

Which is part of the security part.

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u/AnotherGit Nov 25 '22

This is called security through obscurity.

Which in ~1780-1810 meant "very secure".

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u/DerpSenpai Nov 25 '22

and also for the average robber is very secure.

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u/pv0psych0n4ut Nov 25 '22

I think this is more of secret safe kind of thing where you stick it in a similiar looking wall rather than an obvious safe where you put it in the middle of your house.

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u/_ner0- Nov 25 '22

Like to see the lock picking lawyer get his hands on that.

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u/HawkinsT Nov 25 '22

Nipple 3 is binding...

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u/mjkjg2 Nov 25 '22

shut up and take my money

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u/toeofcamell Nov 25 '22

Your money is already inside the safe and you forgot the combo

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u/Rare-Willingness4022 Nov 25 '22

Just throw it off a balcony like in kurupt FM lol

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u/ReddFoxxJr210 Nov 25 '22

I need this! I have nothing worth protecting in it and no room to keep it but I absolutely need this

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u/RedlineLucario Nov 25 '22

Hello everybody I am the lock picking lawyer-

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u/lieshecto Nov 25 '22

meanwhile, on the back side, there's a failsafe switch.

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u/Wookster789 Nov 25 '22

That is exactly how I kept my porn mags under my bed as a teenager.

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u/Know0neSpecial Nov 25 '22

I've been waiting for them to post this 😈

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u/redbanditttttttt Nov 25 '22

This is lockpicking lawyer …

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u/SmileAndDeny Nov 25 '22

I can picture Geralt getting mad it’s taking too long to get his coin from some dwarf banker.

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u/karensmiles Nov 25 '22

The chastity belt my mom from India had commissioned for me.

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u/rubixjobseeker Nov 25 '22

I guess those resident evil puzzles aren't so crazy after all.

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u/Cottleston Nov 25 '22

blackrock treasure vault vibes

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u/adoboforall Nov 25 '22

At least it's a fail safe that you can't get in it while you're drunk.

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u/House-of-Questions Nov 25 '22

I want one. It looks amazing.

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u/MaximumSupermarket80 Nov 25 '22

Good luck selling it now that we all know how to open it.

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u/BraidShadowLegendsAD Nov 25 '22

Combination written at the back of the Declaration of Independence?

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u/wakeupwill Nov 25 '22

Some DC 25 lock picking required here.

Or maybe an extra ten seconds for the Lock Picking Lawyer.

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u/Real_Impression_5567 Nov 25 '22

Bet Napoleon kept his fancy hat in it

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u/SaviaTarsisDronca Nov 25 '22

”Hello guys, this is thelockpickinglawyer and for today I have this safe from around 1780…”

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u/No_Hunt7394 Nov 25 '22

Nothing a bit of dynamite can’t fix

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u/Paco_Pirata Nov 25 '22

I'd probably get pissed every time it'd need to be opened and just start leaving valuables outside

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u/chasteeny Nov 25 '22

Given how shit the metallurgy was I imagine the most secure thing about this is the fact it just doesnt look outright like a safe

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u/Serious_Razzmatazz18 Nov 25 '22

That wouldn't stand up to the lock picking lawyer

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u/boti4207781 Nov 25 '22

how they hell woukd one go about building such s catraption if you dont minf mind me asking ? purely out of curiosity . thanks .

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u/zaddar1 Nov 25 '22

nothing a pry bar couldn't handle

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u/jnschnei Nov 25 '22

Seems complicated.