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This visual puzzle resolves to a number. enter image description here

HINT

The title is stuffed with hints:) The puzzle is actually cluing a relatively well known and culture related thing in an unorthodox but logical (??) way. One of its components provides the opportunity for self-checking.

Hint2

"?" Means "to ask"

Hint3

Almost 18

Hint4

Logically, the propositions are forced to cancel each other, so they form a "nonsense biconditional statement", which means, the conclusion will be nonsense, too. Metaphorically it would make a bit more sense, it means: from certain real world situations, sometimes it is impossible to ...

Hint5

Sun, conifer and cloud are decorations and they show basic directions, but they have no more meaning in relation to the content.

Hint6

So, I hinted "ask", and an answerer said "OK", "mad", and he also guessed an "aeroplane" (apparently there is no aeroplane, but this guess is very sensible)...and the things left are signs borrowed from formal logic.

Hint7

Just let's take a look at a random line. The necessary hints have been given already; So, for example, it looks like: "'Ask' 'implies' 'OK'"

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    $\begingroup$ Time for hint, maybe? :) $\endgroup$ – Prim3numbah Mar 16 at 16:49
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    $\begingroup$ Hmm... Hints..Hard.. $\endgroup$ – FIreCase Mar 16 at 18:42
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    $\begingroup$ Is it Rot13(bar)? $\endgroup$ – FTL's account will be deleted May 29 at 16:02
  • $\begingroup$ Rot13 vf gur nafjre puevfgznff???? $\endgroup$ – Always Confused May 31 at 15:56
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    $\begingroup$ @Always Confused, it might look like so,but this is not related to video games. $\endgroup$ – FIreCase Jun 7 at 10:54
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Asking "Is it okay ("OK", rotated 90 degrees right) to jump from Aeroplane (Arrow-plane)?" else (conditional, branchpoint) (if it is not safe) you will madly (nonsensically) CRASH (Cross) into conifer.

So the ? at ground will be

Cross (X) . The festival is X-mass

and the number is

XV (15) if we see it together with Caret, together upside down

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    $\begingroup$ Uhh...Incorrect :) $\endgroup$ – FIreCase May 31 at 16:46

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