Blackwood & Bell Mysteries Royal Opera House: Our guide to finding every item

Brandy Shaul


As you work to solve the very first case in Playdom's Blackwood & Bell Mysteries on Facebook, you'll need to search for clues at the Royal Opera House, the second official scene within the game. It requires 10 energy to play, so we're here with a guide on how to find the scene's many items so you don't have to worry about wasting that energy needlessly while trying to earn mastery stars! Let's get started!

If you're looking to find a particular item: Hit Ctrl +F (or Command + F if on a Mac) and type in the name of the object you're looking for. This will take you directly to its image.

Set 1:

  • Director's Chair

  • Decorative Bow

  • Baby Stroller

  • Masks

  • Hawk

  • Bottle

Set 2:

  • Cat

  • Kite

  • Bat

  • Star

  • Rope Ladder

  • Wooden Nutcracker

Set 3:

  • Scroll

  • Tea Cup

  • Sewer Cover

  • Victorian Shoe

  • Moths

  • Water Pump

Set 4:

  • Wallet

  • Heart

  • Boat Wheel

Set 5:

  • UK Flag

  • Rose Garland

  • Tie

  • Top Hat

  • Leather Suitcases

  • Bear

Set 6:

  • Cinestrip

  • Bucket

  • English Biscuits

  • Diving Helmet

  • Leather Bag

  • Dove

Set 7:

  • Lightbulb

  • Tiara

  • Coins

  • Program

  • Pocketwatch

  • Sword

Set 8:

  • Cleaver

  • Sacks

  • Bicycle

  • Opera Glasses

  • Billboard

  • Diamond Ring

Set 9:

  • Medal

  • Bagpipes

  • Pipe

  • Flag Banner

  • Tower

Set 10:

  • Cane

  • Theatre Tickets

  • String of Pearls

Set 11:

  • Plane

  • Book

  • Sculpture

  • Red Postbox

Set 12:

  • Coat of Arms

  • Iron Chain

  • Wind Vane

  • Bench

  • No Entry Sign



There are still a few items that aren't pictured above, as the game randomizes the set of items you're given each time you enter the scene. We'll make sure to update this space when we find more and more items, but for now, start working on earning all of the mastery stars in this scene and others within Blackwood & Bell Mysteries!

What do you think of this Royal Opera House scene? Do you like that so many items are really small, or do you think this adds unneeded challenge to the experience? Sound off in the comments.