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Maybe this is just wild guessing, but maybe each person fits into one of the subjects??? Anyways... here is my guess: Piasco "Crazy" Seacrouch belongs because of marine biology. Ed Fish does too, for the same reason. Georgia cross may belong because of cartography, and Georgia is a country/state and also its flag is a cross. Grimm Bishop may belong ...


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The words are created by So the three words are: Images:


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Based on the new hint, one thing I notice is that


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The answer to this puzzle... We find this by: Doing so results in something that looks like this (in spoiler, below) and the final answer can be read off: A note on my solve path:


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Astrid is trying to find: And its "formula" is simply: There could be many reasons why this isn't working for Astrid, which are well beyond the scope of this answer! Some explanation:


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A partial clue that I discovered: If I really wanted to stretch it, the following possibility suggested itself:


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The answer is: The logic: Counting as stated:


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Epilogue: Outstanding solution by @Amoz Here is the image that inspired this puzzle:


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In a solitude of the great rectangle of pipes, plus signs, and hyphens lies a list of words. They are aligned in a staggered manner along a vertical bar which suggests they should be And so we try this and Now! we see a pattern! The first word is FORESIGHT.


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A word is in the set $\Pi$ if and only if Examples The image of Earth Hint 1 Hint 2 What do "homo", "cell", "mega" and "micro" have in common? The crown picture Astonishing coincidence


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It looks to me like this puzzle is: Why? First note that: Next, there seems to be some sort of hint to the right of the vertical dividing line in the image... We can then...


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Partial Progress I noticed the arrow sets looked like And converted them into letters which appear in the corresponding words: Their scrabble indices match the sum in the red rectangle: Anagramming the letters give the final answer:


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The two words you are looking for are: Because:


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Puzzle Puzzle Puzzle Puzzle Puzzle Puzzle Puzzle Metapuzzle


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What are we looking at here? Art? No! First: What next? Well note that: Finally:


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Here is a Starting Point: That was the crux of my earlier comment: Does the slash indicate closeness or separation ? Meaning : Is "a paid day" one unit or "day/cOmes" is one unit ? Does the comma indicate separation ? Or it is not significant ? Assuming slash is separation, ignoring comma: Assuming slash is closeness, ignoring comma: ...


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The answer is Individually the answers are Now if you Which yields And this is indeed


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The beginning The first puzzles The third blanket Crosses This suggest the following rule: Irregular grids The flower/star/explosion/fireworks-symbol The last blanket The last puzzle Using the The puzzle is completed! Extraction So now we know the final solution! Some more notes on the final answer


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The top clues The O grid: X grid: What next? If both players move... Questions:


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This puzzle makes perfect sense if Then you find The right-most column is blank and If you fill them all in which is what we say.


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First, here's the solved cryptic crossword: Clue explanations: Next, note that... If we take the highlighted letters from the blank sequences and rearrange them, we can find 'a magical place to be with these sorts of characters':


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The message you have encoded is: Which you encoded via a multi-step process that is clued in your statement: It's like I was dragged back from third base to second base – not like I'm telegraphing it to you." Step 1: Step 2: Step 3:


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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Putting together the formatted letters yields But I can't seem to find the last step(s) to get the ten-letter word required. (Final part by @Bass, who tried to offer it in the comments, but got the righteous and exceedingly honourable response of getting the answer turned into a CW) Combining the clues found in the answers with the ...


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I think I got part 2 If you take the first moderate hint, you can realize that To use it, So, we end up with


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What a delightfully tricky little puzzle to go unsolved for almost 4 years! But I believe I have found the answer at long last... The squished diplomats represent the nations of: How to work this out? Well, there are a couple of sneaky clues hidden in the introduction to the puzzle... Because hidden within the text of the eye-witness statement are... ...


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The numbers in the circles If we then apply that to the diagram,


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Partial answer, dealing with the marshmallows. Then, the first two rows Giving All of the resulting letters give Which is an anagram of User39583 suggests that ...you get


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Correct Answer In the cold they shivered as they went home. They walked with a girl although they were men. They finally conceded and their neighbours got together. Their friends walked onwards and many didn't succeed. To fix the story,


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