Village Report 5 is a notebook in Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly. This file is needed in order to complete the Bloody Ring Sidequest.
Fatal Frame IIEdit
|How many days have I been in the village?
2? Maybe 3?
In this village of endless night, it's easy to lose all sense of time.
Miyako is utterly exhausted.
I haven't found a out yet, but sifting through the material I gathered in the village again, I found a clue.
A gigantic underground tunnel, called a passageway, connects all the important locations in the village.
It is used for travel between the houses during the ceremony, and also store important items.
It's difficult to estimate the scale of the pasages from the map, but there is sure to be a way out through there.
I didn't find any information about the entrance to a passageway.
However, there must be a clue somewhere in the Kurosawa house, as they presided over the ceremony.
I've decided to leave Miyako here and search the Kurosawa house alone.
I'll find a way out of the village and then come back for her.
Fatal Frame II: Deep Crimson ButterflyEdit
|I wonder how many days it's been since I came to this village? It's probably no more than two or three, but it feels like several years.
This village's perpetual night makes it nigh-on impossible to keep track of time.
Miyako is completely exhausted, and though she sometimes tries to smile, it's obvious that she's in pain. She must be pushing her limits, both physically and emotionally. I still haven't found a way out of the village, but I've found some documents that may finally provide us with a clue if I could just get them cleaned up.
There is said to be a large cavern, known as the deep path, running under the village and connecting various locations within it. This cavern is used to access houses in the village during the ceremony, and has long since used to store important and valuable things.
The documents I read do not mention the scale of this cavern, but it could well contain a way out of the village.
I haven't been able to find anything that mentions where the entrance to this deep path might be, but I feel confident that there are clues to be found in the Kurosawa house. They are the ones who have most to do with the ceremony, after all.
I've decided to leave Miyako here and investigate the Kurosawa house by myself. Once I've found a way out the village, I'll come back for her and we can leave this place together.