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A puzzle that is dressed up as a story or a longer description of a situation.

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The clue about Thomas Jefferson tells us that the solution must involve We also notice, as suggested by Hint 2, that Putting these two ideas together, I think we're going to need So we still …
answered Sep 5 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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Lukas Rotter's answer is the intended one, but in the spirit of Geobits SetBigO, I can't resist adding an alternative, more convoluted solution. The card is from Since the card includes a picture …
answered Nov 19 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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He picked the rose which Because
answered Sep 15 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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Phil: It's impossible, I'm afraid. Think of it in terms of how many "secondsworth" of light you have available. You start off with 3 cool lamps - that's 18 seconds' worth. For the first 6 seconds, …
answered Jun 4 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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It was on because (short answer) or because (long answer)
answered Aug 8 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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Puzzle 1 To decipher, to get the plaintext Len found:
answered Jul 12 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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Answer: Continuation of the sequence: How to get it:
answered Oct 12 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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With the help of Update #3, I've worked out the encryption method: Now I don't know much about this encryption method, and haven't been able to find much helpful material online either, but with th …
answered Sep 14 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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I think you are My beginning is a giant's satellite. My third is, without what is most common, all we are left with. My ending is the beginning of all things. My whole is one of existence, …
answered Feb 4 '18 by Rand al'Thor
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The solution is To find it, I thought of this because of the unusual words "Fiji" and "plea", which were clearly significant - Also in the title of the email, Apparently the email address …
answered Oct 19 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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On both occasions, when the farmer sees his friend's house he is This is a short and simple solution and seems to match everything stated in the puzzle.
answered Apr 26 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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First person Solution method: Solution: i.e. Second person Solution method: Solution: Edit: huh, it turns out that "Hey, I thought for a second that I recognised him, but I didn't..." …
answered Dec 13 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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and scream. Summary FULL BREAKDOWN AND SOLUTION (Aify's version, in a sort of story mode) You are not the murderer, so rule yourself out of both cases. B's Murder Ruling out G: G can't be …
answered Mar 17 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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It could be to do with the number of words in the sentence preceding "Good Rice or Bad Rice?" (since the OP asks people not to edit anything). "Is that tent Good Rice or Bad Rice?" gives Good Rice. " …
answered May 27 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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The next meeting is because the "shadowy half moons" are in fact I realised the method of solution as soon as I saw the image in the question, but there are also clues in the story: …
answered Oct 15 '16 by Rand al'Thor

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