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So, I think the one word could be Because

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Is it Like the answer above, but follows the pattern laid out in the riddle according to the names of your friends.

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Is it...

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I’m thinking it’s Alternatively,

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Is it The word seems to be a yellow and green with some parts missing. A couple of the missing parts could have been caused by cutting off a very specific shape, and that shape would fit the other spots too:

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This image has been modified by: Undoing this transformation gives the following image:

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I'm going to guess: Reasoning:

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It appears to be the word But since the vertical lines are removed it leads me to think that perhaps it is a However, given that the poster indicated that the answer is a single word, and given that one smart contributer showed that perhaps the missing sections are Then a quick Google search on the three leads me to And so the part of that answer that ...

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If we take this pattern as a part of a bigger and complete pattern with a well defined rule, then this makes sense: It is a complete palindrome-like pattern with "mirrored" operations (add-change-add- change-change-remove-change-remove). It eliminates the obscurity how to add white spheres after item 5. It involves operations that have already been used, so ...

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The pattern appears to build up, adding dots and colors, leaving the sequence "full" at the fifth square, with no room to add anything after that, so you could make an arbitrary choice as to what happens next, such as:

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It seems that the pattern goes: Therefore a suitable pattern for the last image would be:

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The border is: Based on it: Now: Maybe there's a slight error here, but you can read the final answer as:

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He's in another distance metric, one where distance is determined by the addition of coordinates, instead of pythagorean theorem.

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I believe the answer is: Historical examples show that:

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This appears to be and in that case, the correct answer would be

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The message is: The way to reveal it:

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Taking the binary substrings in and converting them to text yields

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I think the pass code is Because

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The final answer is: The first part of the puzzle The second part of the puzzle Then finally the third part of the puzzle:

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Not really an answer but (too large to fit in a comment and) may save others some scutwork: OP says that "the lack of a text transcription is intentional" but if this puzzle is mostly about looking up RGB colours on the internet then that is No Fun and I'd like to save other people the bother. Of course it may turn out that none of this has anything to do ...

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First, let's divide the $5$ cells like this: If you observe the colored cells (the non-black cells) upside-down: The next thing is that, the $5$ cells are actually representing the binary. With black cell denoting $0$ and colored cells denoting $1$. (This refers to hint 2b.) But, it's not a regular binary. It's: So, if we evaluate the numbers: Yep, you ...

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Partial Answer: I'm not getting far with this. But i think it could be: This is probably nonesense but I think I can see: Below are my "workings". I fear I am also barking up the wrong tree, especially since I cant see any further patterns... So basically my answer was almost a complete guess :)

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This is not a full solution. It is brainstorming that others might be able to use.. if I come up with a solution that meets all requirements I will delete this comment and append the solution to the bottom. Let's first look at the solution posted by Alexander Fasching. Therefore I am thinking there must be another solution.. That being said, what if we ...

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My solution: My reasoning:

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Edited - thanks to JS1 for ironing out the final answer I think the answer is: My Reasoning: Fun puzzle :)

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The country is ... Solutions to the cryptic clues: Now ... We are looking for ...

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SteveV identified most of the images. The top row is the most important: This sequence is

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i'll take a (admittedly weak) shot at it. First One Two Three On the second row, one Three So This image Which is And that is my guess.

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The answer is The diagram below shows the path of the shot. The diagram is made from flipping and inverting the snooker table at boundaries such that all paths would be straight lines. Here is the path on the table by itself

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I think the letters to insert are

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That's what I'm thinking.

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The video literally says This isn't really a puzzle so much as it is an exercise in ASL interpreting.

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This Density Puzzle™ clues the word The mechanism:

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I think the answer is With the correct shot Oh, a quick note about part of the shot: And here are some wrong answers: If anyone has more, I'm happy to add them!

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The answer is: How we get this:

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The symbols look like but decoded it spells TIS A RED HERRING but it's a clue to the steganography: It says which translates to

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The colors can be decoded

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Take the descriptions of the bottles, So, to follow that new instruction: A list of all of the other messages in the puzzle, useful or not: The bottles: Following the first instruction from the bottles: Following the second instruction from the bottles: The symbols: The beverage descriptions:

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Partial answer: I'm not a big pokemon buff, but I noticed some terms could be made out from the grid of first letters. This included: REFIN IV Refine IV? Googled, its an actual process in the game. VSITI Visit FORAGE Forage (the ability) SMUILA Simulate HTIW with It sounds like steps to get something done in a game. If you share a ...

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Partial answer and red herring to follow on Omega Krypton's work: If you the resulting message is And here's an image (I washed out the original image a bit, there's a lot of color going on.

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Disclaimer Not sure if this answer should be here, asking in meta. Please comment before downvoting. Thank you for your cooperation Some false paths and breakthroughs: Azul can be either or

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I think the books are ordered in a everything is about falling,breaking,mistakes,errors,collapsing,all-in-one, stringtheory, effective python is a random access book. Annoying, Oxford, Camera, Somerset, History (among annoying books they have a synonym or similar name in the title among main picture books.) (their initials read together also gives the ...

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I think the answer is

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Solution: Why?

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2 and 1 3 and 8 4 and 7 5 and 6 with the picture

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