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I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas or if they knew how to lower the water in those areas, I know you can and I know you have to. I just don't know how. Soooo yeah, if anyone can help me, then thanks.

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In the waterfall room, enter the tetromino code on the pillar to open a door beneath the waterfall. The valve in this room lowers the water across the first warp zone. This is unrelated to the moon door.

Solution:

Enter this code anywhere in the room: ← LT → RT ↑ A ↓ RT RT.

Waterfall hidden room

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Alright thanks, I got it now :P –  Killingsam2 Apr 15 '12 at 22:26
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The secret to lowering the water in that whole area (main warp room, lighthouse, windmill, waterfall, lonely-tree island) lies in the weeping/puking waterfall area. The huge column in that area is what you should be paying attention to.

If you've played the game a lot you'd notice similar columns with similar codes inscribed onto them.

edit: What is Fez's alphabet? that might help you :)

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Ok, thank you very much. –  Killingsam2 Apr 15 '12 at 19:48
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Did you clear the 'Well' area?

On the map, default position, starting from the green warp zone, you have to go bottom right, then top right.

I'm not 100% sure but this area involve puzzle revolving around water levels.

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Yea I've been there but there was 1 door I couldn't open because I can't find another key anywhere. So yeah, I appreciate the help though. –  Killingsam2 Apr 15 '12 at 19:18
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