top of page

One of the many hidden treasures of these puzzles is a series of twelve keys. Having trouble finding all twelve in your puzzle? This is official guide to help you.

Dragon Valley, released in 2018.

Hidden Treasures:

- The 12 keys (circled)

- The three cats (including a winged Pepper!)

- The three lizards (with white cupcakes)

- The fig tree

Fun Facts: The Ceaco release has the 12 keys, but the original Ravensburger piece did not.

Magic Study, released in 2020.

Hidden Treasures:

- The 12 keys (circled)

- The three lizards

- The three cats (represented by figurines!)

Fun Facts: This is a Centernia-inspired piece, centering about Misa's studies on how to break the forcefield around the castle, and how to open the Gate. There's also a tiny hidden Sailor Moon doll under the bed as a nod to Sarah Forde (creator of Adorkastock, a pose reference company) who Rose used as a model for this piece. The stereo system to the right symbolizes Rose's grandfather, who had passed away recently.

Autumn Castle Festival, released in 2020.

Hidden Treasures:

- The twelve keys (circled)

- The three cats

- The three lizards (carrying cakes)

- The fig tree

Fun Facts: This is a Centernia-inspired piece centering around Beatrix and her daughter Misa. Other characters can be seen to the left where the circus tents are (including an arguing Lily and Stephen, and a waving Justin). To the right, there is Castle Aurumice in all its glory.

Glimmerstone Bakery, released in 2021.

Hidden Treasures:

- The twelve keys

- The three cats

- The three lizards

- The fig tree

Fun Facts: This is a Centernia-inspired scene originating from Child of Aurumice, the fourth book (not yet released). Paisley Mae and Jessi are the two customers. The stained glass in the back represents two Centernia landscapes, but the third is of New York City. This piece was particularly fun for Rose because she had her kids tell her what sweets they wanted to see.

Portal of the Four Realms, released in 2023.

Hidden Treasures:

- The twelve keys

Summer Dragon Circus, released in 2023.

Hidden Treasures:

- The twelve keys

- The fig tree

Fun Facts: This is a Centernia-inspired piece, representing the Holy Auroriate Circus.

Dragon Post, released in 2023.

 

Hidden Treasures:

- The twelve keys

- The three cats (with a winged Muse!)


 

Fun Facts: This is a scene from Child of Aurumice, the unreleased fourth book of Centernia. There's a fourth cat in this scene, modeled after Rose's agent's cat, and the child in this puzzle is modeled after Rose's son.

Tropical Dragons Take Flight, releasing soon.

Hidden Treasures:

- The twelve keys

- The three cats

- The three lizards

- The fig tree

Fun Facts: Rose's neighbor's grey cat is in the lower left beneath the sloth. Her name is Joy!

Sea Unicorn Haven, releasing soon.

Hidden Treasures:

- The twelve keys

- The three cats (all as catfish)

The Botanical Library, releasing soon.

Hidden Treasures:

- The twelve keys

- The three cats (plus more!)

- The fig tree

Puzzles Without the Keys

Dragons_Garden.jpg

Dragon's Garden, released in 2019

Hidden Treasures:

- The three cats (all with wings)

- The three lizards

- The fig tree

Fun Facts: This piece is Centernia-inspired. Taking place in Castle Nova, this is a flashback of Misa and her mother, Beatrix around the same time as Autumn Castle Festival. In the background, you can see three bicorns, representing Rosin, Moontower, and Frostfire.

Night and Day | Dragon's Race Into The Night, released in 2019

Hidden Treasures:

- The three cats (winged!)

- The fig tree

Fun Facts: This is a Centernia-inspired scene as well, though this takes place in the future at Castle Nova. Kaity Cosette rides the green dragon, Paisley Mae Sarkisian rides the white dragon, and Jared is on the red dragon. The lower right dragon riders are Nico and Jessi. The tree to the far left is Garner's Hope, another Centernia reference.

Dragon_Race_Into_the_Night 2.jpg
Twilight_Marketplace_(1).jpg

Twilight Marketplace, released in 2019

Hidden Treasures:

- The three cats

Fun Facts: The green door in the background to the right has a little note on it. When Rose was making this piece, her four-year-old daughter drew on it. Luckily she had drawn on a separate layer! Rose didn't want to delete her daughter's scribbles, so she reduced them and fit them into the note for the finished product.

bottom of page