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Not sure, but it looks like Mr. X may be... The title... What should we serve Mr. X?


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First: Some ideas But that is all I have, maybe it will help someone.


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You should take passageway because This is Now, we can Nobody will receive points for this, though @Duck will probably receive half the bounty (25 rep). Hopefully, Part XV will be posted in the next couple days!


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Partial Answer (more probably coming)


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Here's my initial thoughts if it helps kick this off:


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Well, @phenomist and @feelinferrety have solved the most of it, and the OP @DqwertyC has almost given all ouit, but since this has been here untouched for nearly one and a half years, I believe it's time that I give the final blow. This is probably the full solution. Step 1: Result: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Message: Solution: This is most ...


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I assume there is something more to this, but the authors' names can all be


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First panel: Second panel: Third panel: Fourth panel: Now One way to conclude (unlikely): Another way to conclude (much better): A third conclusion given the hint that was added:


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Sad Wally, ugliest Alcatraz impala, mimeo abhorrer, lava continuo, kneels. Mean nerd met imperiled underservant; cuckoo kisses Ina Nagle. Met nerd, men worry cello neoclassicism negate Icaria tox lava. So the answer is:


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Each of these clues can be answered with three letters. So, what next?


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Partial answer for the clues The next step,


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The correct order is because


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The correct order is because


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Considering the nonsense wording... Therefore I think the answer is:


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Answer is here: Favourite topic: Welp... I'm too stupid and blind to the apparent... jafe has found out the same answer can be obtained by


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Noticing that I created this: In which we find the following: Which are And at last, all are revealed!


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Okay, I think I have all the pieces to this one... Role 1: These people do things in mountains, pastures, hills, fields, forests... Role 2: These people do various things. They can find you a house, a hotel, send you something, kill you... Role 3: Atom....in English Now, as to who might be 'the one with the above roles': In which case, the role that is ...


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The finished puzzle Answer: (thanks Deusovi!)


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First, some trivial deductions: Next, note that For ease of visualization, I'll mark the cells that must be non-2s. Next, look at occurrences of the number 3: > At this point, it's probably more helpful to switch to looking at places 3s can't go: Next, look at the 4s: And then the majority of the puzzle falls pretty easily: In the bottom middle ...


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Similar to Omega Krypton, I used the old trick and I got which is interesting because Also just breaking the "ice" here. As an aside, In an update, Omega Krypton found which arranges to that is: which means that we should take


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Well, here’s my partial answer to break the ice. With no idea what to deal with the puzzle after not getting any results when I open it with notepad, I resorted to the old trick I used (and someone else too) And the encoded message says Aha, and perhaps the first two letters @shoover was clever enough to check the original image as well, and it turned ...


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The answer is I was doing a step by step solution, then had to go, then there was Sconibulus' answer when I came back - anyway, I'll drop it there.


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You'd think it would be a pyramid, but careful analysis shows that it is, in fact Based on the 1-fills below:


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First, some fairly trivial deductions: Then, a few less trivial deductions: Finishing off the lower right corner: Using the last clue: And now the loop can be fully resolved:


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The game is and the result is


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Completed slitherlink Their favourite person Slightly convoluted reasoning


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Answer is Obviously the other two answers have made great leaps in ths fine puzzle. I'm just here to give the final blow. So don't remember to upvote their answers (and the question) as well! Reasoning 1 (@shoover part) Reasoning 2 (@JoshuaBizley part) Reasoning 3 (@OmegaKrypton part) And...


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I would take because in hint # we are told which leads us to which tells us that And when we we find which has letters.


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I'm not sure there is a solution, but I'm going to write until I figure something out. There are three types of outputs; questions, predictions, and statements. I am classifying predictions as statements that assert something about future events. The questions always appear after a set of three unique symbols: Jewel/Crescent/Claw: "If given a slice of ...


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Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5:


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For 1: For 2: A more logical explanation: To say 'Found It!':


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The "Downfall" is actually If forgotten, I will be back in September. If you think I am feminine, I will show you stop sign. If you are afraid of heights, I will throw you in the sea at twilights. If any mis event happens (heh!, so lame), you know which insect to blame. When you are sixty and low on your defenses, don't go blaming your senses. Are ...


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My solution: Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Step 6:


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Finished grid: The car: Reasoning I'm going use red for lamps, yellow for illuminated cells and grey for not-yet-illuminated cells that cannot have a lamp in them.


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Here is a simplification of @Deusovi's proof that the middle region must be a sun:


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Breaking in: Step 2: Step 3: The finished loop:


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I would take Previous Reasoning 2nd Attempt: 3rd Attempt:


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