As you may recall, last week began the nine paths to the Nine Lives of Chloe King premiere. The first path was rather simple, learning the meaning of Smila and some other things. This week’s task was not quite so easy. Actually, it took me a little while to figure out.

Path three reveals The Uniter>>
Path four involves trust and Path five I need your help>>

First, we were sent an image of a cat statue and told to find out what the name of it was. Normally, I would have no idea how to do this but thankfully there were a few instructions, like to use Google Goggles! Why didn’t I think of that to begin with. So, I couldn’t print it out but was able to take a photo from my computer screen (after several tries). Basically, I found out the name of the statue was Bastet.

OK, we’re off to a good start, but that was only one of the questions that needed to be answered. There were two more to go.

I then had to answer: What very warm and bright star did ancient Egyptians originally connect to this statue? I’m not going to lie, I put “very warm bright star,” “Egyptians” and “Bastet” into Google before I realized, warm star…that would probably be the sun.

And finally there was: What city in Egypt contained a “cult” that was dedicated to the Goddess connected to this statue? I remembered reading something on Wikipedia when searching Bastet that it was Bubastis.

So what does all this mean? Well, the final task to finish the second path was to take all three answers and search YouTube for a video and this is what I found:

The mysterious silloet describes important details of the Mai and how the hunters began going after them and how The Uniter will be the one and only to save them.

Don’t forget to visit ABC Family to become a part of the Circle of Strangers and get your charm (while you still can) and then tune in to the June 14 premiere of The Nine Lives of Chloe King.

(Image and video courtesy of ABC Family)

Rachel Cameron

Staff Writer, BuddyTV

Rachel graduated from Washington State with a B.A. in English and Communication. When she’s not watching TV she’s chatting with other TV fans here on BuddyTV and Twitter. Some of Rachel’s can’t miss shows are long time canceled Friends and Party of Five or current shows: How I Met Your Mother, House, Life Unexpected and Glee. However, with DVR she can actually watch it all, and usually does. When she pulls herself away from the TV and internet, you can find Rachel pub crawling around Seattle or at a sporting event.