I can't see how the fortune teller can be useful unless we have another hint that would lead to the second number. As far as I remember from primary school you first move the thing a number of times equal to the number of letters in the chosen word (in our case one of BOW, MACE, HAMMER, SWORD) and then the other person picks one of the 4 numbers inside the FT and you move the thing again that many times. Then the person picks again and you read what's inside...
Assuming that the correct starting orientation is the one with the inside picture facing upwards, we still don't know if the first move should be upwards or sideways.
So if we take MACE as the starting word, we still need to work out the direction of the first move, the number for the second move and the number to open at the end.
And of course there's the mirrored roman numerals... If we mirrored just the numerals so that the words stay where they are, the only real change would be that IV becomes VI and VI becomes IV. Which could be kind of a hint because these two appear in different sets and when mirrored they would be the odd one out.
Now we have I,II, III, IV together but it'd become I,II,III,VI.
Am I making any sense to anyone but myself?
Sorry for the length, I'm in a lab pretending to be working but not even my advisor is here so I'm happily procrastinating..
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