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Rennes's Room or Revelation Room is the room that is the final resting place of Rennes. It is a major room for discovery when the group loops back to it, recognizing it by Rennes's body.

Numbers[]

Leaven says the rooms movements are 0, 1, and -1 on the X-axis, 2, 5, and -7 on the Y and 1, -1, and 0 on Z. This limits the numbers to numbers whose digits have differences equal to these. Both the X and Z numbers need to have two digits that are the same and one less than them. An article by David Pravica and Heather Ries says that the room numbers are 665, 974, 545.[1] But the movie shows 582, 434, 865.[2]

Leaven says their coordinates are 17, 25, 14. It's important to note that these are NOT the room's staring coordinates, but rather the room's current coordinates. According to the article the room moves as follows: (17, 18, 14) → same → (17, 20, 14) → (17, 20,15) → (18, 20, 15) → (18, 25, 15) → (18, 25, 14) → (17, 25, 14) → (17, 18, 14) → same[1][3]

Events[]

First Encounter[]

Once inside, Rennes looks for another safe room. He boots one room, but still concludes that it's unsafe, because the dryness suggests a chemical sensor. At some point Leaven looked at this room because she recalls the number having the prime number 137 in it.

Rennes tests another room that's either to the right or across from the chemical sensor room. Wren determines it's safe but it turns out to have an acid trap that sprays Rennes in the face with acid. Rennes climbs back in, is dragged to a corner and is placed on his back. The acid melts his head.

The group discusses the purpose of each of the people. Quentin notes that Leaven has reading glasses that she doesn't need to see in general. Leaven looks at the numbers for the acid room which are 149 419 568. She looks at another room which is 645 372 649 and determines none of its numbers are prime. She enters the room and is delighted by the lack of traps.

Second Encounter[]

The group returns to the Cube when Quentin drops Worth in from a green room above. Worth laughs at the presence of Rennes's body, indicating they've gone back to where they were before. After Quentin sinks into despair, Worth goes to the door he thought went to the acid room that Rennes was fatally injured in. But the door goes to the edge instead, so Worth concludes that the rooms are moving. Leaven and Worth propose that the rooms are moving in permutations. Leaven proposes that their is a bridge room that will allow people to exit every so often.

Leaven calculates the room's starting position and that the room moves 0, 1, and -1 on the X-axis, 2, 5, and -7 on Y and 1, -1, and 0 on Z, which lets her know all its possible positions. In order to figure out it's current position, she needs to know the neighboring room's positions so she can figure out all their possible positions and see when they line up. Worth calls out a neighboring green room's numbers as 666 897 466. Quentin calls out a neighboring room's numbers as 567 898 545. Worth calls out another room's coordinates numbers as 656 778 462. With this Leaven figures out the room's current position is 17, 25, 14.

Room Comparison
665, 972, 545 666, 897, 466 567, 898, 545 656, 778, 462
Period Rennes Worth 1 Quentin Worth 2
0 17, 18, 14 18, 24, 16 18, 25, 14 17, 22, 12
1 17, 18, 14 18, 24, 16 17, 25, 14 18, 22, 12
2 17, 20, 14 18, 23, 16 17, 24, 14 18, 22, 12
3 17, 20, 15 18, 23, 14 17, 24, 15 18, 22, 10
4 18, 20, 15 18, 23, 14 16, 24, 15 17, 22, 10
5 18, 25, 15 18, 25, 14 16, 25, 15 17, 21, 10
6 18, 25, 14 18, 25, 14 16, 25, 14 17, 21, 14
7 17, 25, 14 18, 25, 14 18, 25, 14 17, 21, 14
8 17, 25, 14 18, 24, 14 18, 25, 14 17, 22, 14

Notes[]

  • If the Cube were in complete sync, then Worth and Quentin's rooms would be in the same place at the same time at 18, 25, 14.
  • Worth's second room connecting with Rennes's Room while it's at 17, 25, 14 would be impossible even if the Cube were out of sync.
  • Leaven says the room makes two more moves before it returns to it's original position, but this is not true because the room "moves" zero spaces on its next move, so it will only move once.

References[]

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