As others have seen, the 9 sudokus are generally unsolvable because they have numbers which repeat in rows and/or columns. However, there is one exception, which is the central sudoku. It turns out it is solvable and with a unique solution:
There is something striking about the solution, namely that the central 3x3 square has a very nice ordering of its ...
I'm thinking the teacher was feeling a bit frustrated and wanted to sort the students by how dense they are.
This would fit if the students were
Student 1: "I am .8 weaker than my half"
Student 2: "I'm often laughed at"
Student 3: "I am the hardest to escape compared to my neighbors"
Student 4: "I am 6/9 on another scale&...
Next steps to complete the answer after solving the nonogram
At time of writing, @iBug's answer gets as far as
It is noteworthy that
One additional piece of information is
I had two three basic sequences of steps to take this further.
The first I tried was to
A different path was more useful:
There are two possible mappings
The next ...
It's hard to judge the difficulty of any puzzle you know the solution to. This means that
it's understandable that you're having trouble with this, and
my analyses here will be with the benefit of hindsight, so take them with a grain of salt.
That being said, I did attempt both of those puzzles shortly after they were posted, and didn't get anywhere at all ...
@Deusovi has already provided an excellent answer to this question, emphasising that you should (i) indicate arbitrary decisions, and (ii) rule out incorrect paths. I agree entirely with both of these but would like to add two more helpful suggestions - a couple of things which often help when trying to navigate through a multi-step enigmatic puzzle:
A partial answer but with excellent progress, thanks in part to insights from @LukasRotter
This line of text is encoded using:
and decodes as:
What is this? Well, it's...
This line of the puzzle is encoded using the cipher ...
The two assertions here are (aside from trivial spelling-modernization) exactly the KJV text of the so-called Johannine Comma (a fragment of John's gospel almost universally reckoned to be a later interpolation, which orthodox Christians might regret since it would be the only explicit statement in the Bible of the doctrine of the Trinity). This means that ...
The wizard's weakness is:
To find this out, note the line 'held in the gems that lay upon his crown' - this suggests...
What we then need to do is...
And of course if we put these together, we get...
As a bonus:
I think they are from A1 to A7
I'm not sure with every clue, but I still think it fits.
A1: I am skinny. I am so skinny that I might blow away as soon as I step outside. Somebody, please go. I can't.
A2: I can't even sustain on Earth's environment. There is no way I am going.
A3: Hey, chill. I have been here once. I came to know that I am quite famous ...
First of all, obviously
The options are
The output from running the program consists of
The name of the program
So, what's its problem? Well,
And that seems like it might be what happened to the program at the end.
Work in progress, feel free to submit other answers!
As a boy, killed a dog and replaced it
His uncle, the king for "but one year"
Hold his storyteller's daughter, whose appearance made her miserable
Charlotte was an underachiever
For the remainder, see @kristinalustig 's great answer
To figure out who I am, start by holding hands with my twin,
then go up one floor and come back down.
Then you'll have to take a deep breath and drop down three stories - you'll be fine if you don't hit your head on the beams!
And finally, run back up one and come down two floors, and then go halfway down.