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There are 3 Rings with “T” in the center. In each ring, letters are distinctly different - 16 in the outer, 8 in the middle, 4 in the inner rings.

Hit the Bulls Eye by making sixteen different four letter words ending in “T”.

As an example, 2 are filled... $UNIT$, $KNIT$. Complete the rest.

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  • $\begingroup$ so letters in outer ring can repeat in inner ring, right? $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Jun 18 at 9:37
  • $\begingroup$ Yes..they have to be different within each ring. $\endgroup$ – Uvc Jun 18 at 9:38
  • $\begingroup$ Is it in Modern English or Old English or both? $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Jun 18 at 9:41
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    $\begingroup$ This is a really good game, by the way. Did you make this yourself? :D $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Jun 18 at 10:01
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    $\begingroup$ But... but... the number of fields doubles each right, except for the first time, it quadruples! (From 1 to 4.) You're missing the ring with two segments! ;) $\endgroup$ – Jasper Jun 19 at 7:57
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Edit:

The words in NNW are

LINT and PINT

and not

LENT and PENT

since we already use

E


These are the answers going anti-clockwise:

Answers to the Puzzle

B, G - Gait, Bait (A, I)
L, P - Lent, Pent (E, N)
A, R - Aunt, Runt (U, N)
S, F - Slat, Flat (L, A)
C, W - Chat, What (H, A)
Z, N - Zest, Nest (E, S)
M, H - Mast, Hast $\qquad$ INENDED SOLUTION: Most, Host (found by @OmegaKrypton)

Also, something extra:

The middle word is "stain" or "saint" (as an anagram) :)

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  • $\begingroup$ What does Hast mean? $\endgroup$ – Uvc Jun 18 at 9:47
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    $\begingroup$ @Uvc It is the old english form of "have". It still counts as a word, but it is archaic and not part of modern english. If you hast not, you should look at the answer above ;) $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Jun 18 at 9:48
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    $\begingroup$ oh really? thanks! $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Jun 18 at 9:57
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    $\begingroup$ This answer uses two "E"s in the second ring. If I understand the rules correctly, this is not allowed. $\endgroup$ – Pugmonkey Jun 18 at 13:45
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    $\begingroup$ Or the middle word is satin as an anagram! $\endgroup$ – I N T E R E S T I N G Jun 19 at 3:06
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Here it is, no explanation needed i think :)

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Note:

As @IvánNokonoko mentioned in the comment, the NNE grid in the second layer (from outside) can also be R instead of A to form (GRIT and BRIT). Thanks!

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  • $\begingroup$ That's exactly what I got, except the last part I did rot13(N vafgrnq bs B, ohg B vf n orggre pubvpr orpnhfr vg hfrf Zbqrea Ratyvfu). Nice one! Quicker than me :) $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Jun 18 at 9:47
  • $\begingroup$ Rot13: Va gur gbc evtug pbeare, jurer lbh chg na N (ONVG - TNVG) V gubhtug bs na E (OEVG, TEVG) ohg V nz abg angvir fcrnxre fb V zvtug or jebat $\endgroup$ – Iván Nokonoko Jun 19 at 7:06
  • $\begingroup$ @IvánNokonoko Good spot! thanks! $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Jun 19 at 7:15

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