Murder in the Alps:
"Gray Nature" Collectables

Various hidden items are scattered throughout each chapter of Murder in the Alps. Before the game update from the end of 2023, finding each item rewarded the player with bonus energy; the current version provides cash to spend in their My Home and work toward diamond-rewarding achievements.

Click on a collectable below for additional information and how to obtain it.

Cameo. 18th c.
Cameo. 18th c.A sacrifice to Asclepius.
Figure. 1st c. - 4th c.
Figure. 1st c. - 4th c.Asclepius, wearing a traveller's cloak and leaning on a staff.
Gem. 1st c. - 3rd c.
Gem. 1st c. - 3rd c.A sard gem engraved with a bearded Asclepius resting his arms on a staff with a serpent entwined around it.
Gordian and Tranquillina. AD 328-244
Gordian and Tranquillina. AD 328-244Laureate draped bust of Gordian in cuirass and draped bust of Tranquillina.
Gordian III and Tranquillina. AD 238-244
Gordian III and Tranquillina. AD 238-244Hygienia standing and feeding a snake from Patera.
Lucilla. AD 164-169
Lucilla. AD 164-169Salus standing facing left, feeding a snake that is rising from an altar.
Maximinus I. AD 235-238
Maximinus I. AD 235-238Salus on a throne, feeding a snake that is rising from an altar.
Plaquette. 16th c.
Plaquette. 16th c.Asclepius with a staff and a serpent; Hygieia with an olive branch.
Ring. 18th c.
Ring. 18th c.Asclepius leaning against a pillar with a wand entwined with a snake in his hand.
Roman Ring. 1st-2nd Century AD
Roman Ring. 1st-2nd Century ADThe figure may be of the Roman god Asclepius.
Sealstone. 1st c. - 2nd c.
Sealstone. 1st c. - 2nd c.A sard sealstone engraved with a bust of Asclepius.
Septimius Severus. AD 193-211
Septimius Severus. AD 193-211Asclepius standing and holding his serpent staff.
Terracotta Figure. 1st c.
Terracotta Figure. 1st c.Asclepius standing on high base with a snake that is rearing up.

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