Stranger Danger | Maps

Characters: Invisible Woman, Human Torch, Doctor Strange

True Believer Status: 45,000 studs

Location: Sanctum Sanctorum (Map of Important Locations [24])

Gold bricks required: 150

In order to access this mission, you must have collected 150 gold bricks. Once you have them, head to the Sanctum Sanctorum building and create an entrance to the next location.

Choose Invisible Woman and go to the big clock on the left side of the room. Use telekinesis to move the clock hands twice. Bricks will scatter, which you can use to build a door handle for the nearest door. This will allow you to enter the second room.

Pull back the curtain to reveal Dornammu. He will try to attack you with bricks, so destroy them and use the pieces to build a pump. Then, switch to Invisible Woman and go to the pot on the left side of the room. Pull the chain behind it to reveal a hammer on the floor. Use telekinesis to pick it up and smash the wooden planks nailed to the wall.

You will now see a boiler – use Human Torch to melt it with a fire beam. As Dornammu finishes his bath, you will be able to see a room on the opposite side of the house.

Head to the door on the right side of the hall, which will lead you to the library. Use Human Torch to melt the golden box on the cupboard to the right. Then, change to Invisible Woman and place the piano keys in their correct locations. Play the piano to unlock a switch that will help you drive out the demon.

Return to the hall and use the stairs to reach the upper level. Choose Invisible Woman to pull the skeleton, and when Doctor Strange appears, search the location for three golden balls (located on the left, right, and center of the room).

Use Human Torch to melt the three targets. You can now go downstairs and face the enemy.

Prepare for a conventional duel with Dornammu. Hit the demon, and when he disappears, defeat his skeletons. This pattern will repeat six times, so patience is key.

Hint: Dornammu can only be hurt during melee combat!

FAQ

1. What is “Stranger Danger”?

Stranger Danger is a term used to describe the potential danger that children may face when interacting with strangers. It is a safety concept that teaches children to be cautious when approached by people they do not know, and to be aware of potentially dangerous situations.

2. How can parents teach their children about Stranger Danger?

Parents can teach their children about Stranger Danger by talking to them about the potential dangers of interacting with strangers and by setting clear guidelines for their behavior when they are out in public. This can include teaching children to never go anywhere with strangers, to never accept gifts or candy from strangers, and to always stay in public areas where there are other people around.

3. How can maps help children stay safe?

Maps can help children stay safe by providing them with a visual understanding of their surroundings and by helping them to navigate unfamiliar areas. Parents can use maps to teach their children about the layout of their neighborhood and to point out areas that may be potentially dangerous. Maps can also be used to plan safe routes for children to take when they are walking to and from school or other activities.

4. Are there any specific types of maps that are particularly useful for teaching children about Stranger Danger?

Yes, there are several types of maps that can be particularly useful for teaching children about Stranger Danger. Street maps, for example, can be used to help children understand the layout of their neighborhood and to identify potential hazards such as busy roads or areas with low visibility. School maps can also be useful for teaching children about the layout of their school and for helping them to identify safe places to go in case of an emergency.

5. What should children do if they feel unsafe when they are out in public?

If children feel unsafe when they are out in public, they should immediately seek help from a trusted adult. This can include a police officer, a store employee, or a parent or guardian. Children should also be taught to be aware of their surroundings and to trust their instincts. If something doesn’t feel right, they should trust their gut and seek help immediately.

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