Bossbot HQ Maze Maps – The Basics

Since I’m still working boss I figured I would push out my maze maps. I’ll have the quad solutions up tomorrow!

Because TTR doesn’t have GoogleMaps, you instead can enjoy my fabulous graphics!
Maps not exactly works of art, but should give you the general idea of the lay out of mazes.

There are 3 different maze sizes, singles, doubles, and quads.
You will only see double mazes in The Middle 6 and The Back 9, and you will only see quads in The Back 9.
Doubles are just two single mazes put back to back.

If you finish a maze first you will regain any and ALL of your missing laff points.
If you finish a maze after first you will regian up to 20 laff points.
Finally if you don’t finish at all you will be teleported to the end of the maze and lose 20 laff points.

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For reference here, you will always enter a maze at point A, and finish at point D.
If you’re in a quad maze you may also enter a maze from point B, and exit a maze from point C.

Unless you’re in a quad you only have to worry about 4 possible mazes.

What You See at the Start Where You’re Going
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Quick tip for memorizing:
If you see leaves (vines like in the second picture above) you go left. Leaves go left.

I hoped this helped! These mazes are the building blocks into quads, so start by memorizing these and then check out my other post! 🙂

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