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Rosetta Stone is a character appearing in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future. She is one of Layton's students at Gressenheller University, and is very passionate about her studying. Her flirtatious behavior towards the professor seems to scare him quite a bit. Later on in the game Layton and Luke go back into the past and search out some clues and they meet her outside of the university.

She has a thing for Layton and is apparently in his class for the credits. She also wants a special study session with Layton as well. Her writing, according to Layton, wasn't that bad but could also be better. Rosetta then suggests that she studies more than Layton thinks. She is seen in the credits as well with Luke, Layton, and Flora at Gressenheller talking to her.

PuzzlesEdit

Rosetta gives Layton and Luke a couple of puzzles while they are back in their own time. The puzzles she gives are "The Missing Block" and "A Question of Taste". Interestingly, both are related to Professor Layton in some way.

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TriviaEdit

  • Her last name was mentioned when Layton called her "Miss Stone".
  • Her name most likely comes from the Rosetta Stone, which suits what she is studying at university.
  • Her puzzle "The Missing Block" spells out LAYTON as she is somewhat obsessed with him.
  • Rosetta gives the quest "Answers from Rosetta" in London Life.
  • Layton states that Rosetta is writing her term paper on the Stone Relics of Cornwall.
  • Luke calls her a "Man Heater... whatever that means".

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Rosetta is a student of Professor Layton's who is rather enamored with her teacher. She is very passionate and even goes out to dig sites on her days off. Her unusual forwardness causes confusion to many, including Layton himself.

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Rosetta is a student of Professor Layton's who is rather enamoured with her teacher. She is very passionate and even goes out to dig on her days off. Her unusual forwardness causes confusion to many, including Layton himself.

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