Introduction:In your subconscious, you will make your way to Harvey who will be in a monster form, and must use situations that put 'subconscious Harvey' in danger so you can save him, and prove to him that breaking a specific rule is okay.
Harvey then removes himself from that part of your subconscious, which allows you to unlock a Rule Restriction so you no longer have to follow it; however, keep in mind that you are only allowed to remove one of them at a time.
As an example, if you have defeated Harvey a few times and are now able to lie, play with fire, and touch alcohol, you can only do one thing at a time.Bear in mind that you can only switch from one rule to another while you are conscious. If you have lying activated, you cannot play with fire until you switch which rule you can break via a menu on the bottom of the screen.
If you suddenly need need fire to defeat harvey, you must exit your subconscious by drinking any coffee found around in your mind to wake yourself up so you can switch restrictions. It becomes increasingly evident that things are not going well for Lilli or Edna as the tone of the game continues down a dark path, eradicating all traces of happiness by the time you reach the end.
Thankfully even in her darkest hour, Lilli has a cheerful narrator to remind you just how wonderful life is.One thing you will quickly notice is that accidents seem to happen when Lilli is trying to achieve her goals. The game forces her to perform actions that seem innocent enough, but tend to result in another character's untimely demise.
An example would be when Lilli uses honey from a beehive by the well and brings it over to a tree at the other edge of the yard to get rid of the termites there. The termites follow the honey trail that Lilli accidentally left, making their way to an injured boy. and the rest is pure unpleasantness.
Although Lilli may be responsible for a lot of chaos and murder, her mind blocks out all of this information as if gnomes are going around painting over every crime.
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