Could you guys help? I bought a new fancy vehicle last month, and it came pre-fueled. All was well and good until a friend of mine asked if I could spare some gas. I had an extra FUEL TANK, so I poured the contents into his car and... weird. That was enough gas to fill my car, but not for his. Something is missing! He seemed to have an alternate model of my old car, but with different components and mechanisms!
When his car wouldn't work, he asked me about my new one.
"Oh, I'm familiar with that model!" he said. "There are several sorts of fuel that would make that puppy go. Make sure you stay away from name brands, though."
I chuckled; "I always do. I've been going for the Army of God variant recently. Now, let's take a look at your car..."
I popped the hood and took off the GAS CAPs, then I noticed the issue. Similar to my previous car, his car needed an extra bit of something to get going. But differently than my old car, his was incredibly one-dimensional.
Unfortunately, all I had was a toolbox, my laptop, and my lunch.
Do I have anything to mix with the fuel that might get his car going?
Note: Some of the words aren't necessarily Scrabble-legal, but they are all approved Crossword Clues, as per the official cryptic crossword dictionary.
Okay, it's been a day, here's a clue.
Similarly to the previous puzzle, we're working on a word puzzle. Unlike last time, the new car only has excess letters spilling on one pair of sides - it's a 4x4 square with only two columns of given words (2x4 of unknowns). Your FUEL TANK only holds eight letters.
Some of the words are a little obscure - but I do use the "Army of God" variant, which might clue you in on the two vertical clues in my tank.