The answer to this puzzle, or riddle if you like, is actually one famous line from a very famous book. But, as you got used to by now, this game tries to mess up with your mind so you can put it to work and try to make something out of a picture and some words. If you reached this level, however, it means you know the drill and you are here to get your hints, the solution and your fair share of entertainment! You have exactly half of game until the finish line. But back to our business, you are on the What’s the Saying Variety 2 Level 26 answers and hints page, so it means you need some help.
Reading our hints and explanations is useful, as they teach you how to solve the puzzle, how to break it down in its main parts, how to connect the elements in an image and, most importantly, how to discover a saying hidden behind a small number of visual clues. In order to level up, let’s see what the What’s the Saying Variety 2 Level 26 answers and hints tell us about this puzzle.
What’s the Saying Variety 2 Level 26 Answers
ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL
– This is a puzzle which can be solved if you count carefully the words in the image. In the upper half of the picture you have one word “All” and four words “One.” In the lower part of the picture you have one word “One” and four words “All.” Now let’s put them together: “All for one and one for all.” (“four” reads like “for”, we all know that from Internet chatting).
– This is a famous saying which we associate the most with the motto of the four French musketeers from the famous novel “The three musketeers” written by Alexandre Dumas. The saying has its origin in Latin and it is used to express true brotherhood, unity, loyalty and friendship.