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digehode
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Re: Page 12

Post by digehode » Sat Sep 09, 2017 1:55 pm

I made an assumption that caused this to take longer than it should:
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the boxes marked 'a' don't have to be the same as each other, neither do the 'b' or 'c' boxes.
I had everything I needed and was on the right track apart from that and I almost gave up.
breathing_travels
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Re: Page 12

Post by breathing_travels » Sat Sep 23, 2017 2:06 pm

i AM SOOOO LOST!
I'm trying to solve it but I can't figure it out. I have solved the sudoku but I've started to think that is wrong.
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I have managed to find few letters random like ewrvrl but doesn't make any sense. I have seen someone else posted a word weever but still doesn't work.
Really need your help!
jjj8814
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Re: Page 12

Post by jjj8814 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:48 pm

Spoiler!
I got the answer and the key, but just wondering how I was supposed to "know" to flip the letters in the second key. I just went in the order I encountered the letters (c,a,c,b,b,a) in the puzzle top to bottom, but doing that gives me 3,2 for second key. Going in any other direction completely messes up the letter order. I don't see a way to get them flipped to "give" me the answer word, other than knowing English. Any help? I'm trying to be vague and not completely give the answer away, hopefully someone understands my vagueness.
kmccan
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Re: Page 12

Post by kmccan » Tue Jan 30, 2018 10:42 pm

I’m absolutely clueless. Like no where near the answer. Any additional help? Thanks
I have the numbers in, but not sure where to go with it
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Re: Page 12

Post by vicecn » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:07 am

Just started this book two hours ago and didn’t need help until I got to this one, and I’ve been staring at it for the past 30 mins until it hit me with some of the help on this forum (thank you)! So here is my help without giving it completely away;
Spoiler!
1. Fill in the sodoku. Make sure you are doing it right, which means that no two of the same numbers can be in the individual boxes of 3x3 or in the vertical and horizontal lines.

2. You are given at the bottom of the page, a. Key 4 b. Key 7 c. Key 10 (which you WILL need to get your final answer)
So next, beside a, b, and c, clearly write the correct answers to the keys from the previous puzzels. Make sure you have the right answers or else your final answer for this puzzle won’t work.

3. Go back to the sodoku and take a good look. You now have every box filled with numbers. Try to understand WHY you needed the numbers initially and what you didn’t have before but do now? Don't worry about the little sketches anymore, that was just there initially to help you with the sodoku. There seems to be 2x a, b and c that didn’t have any numbers attached to it in the beginning. Now you have numbers beside each letter.
4. STOP AND THINK ABOUT IT.

5. Still can’t get it? Ok.... so below your initial a b c key that you already wrote out,
Spoiler!
write down a.# a.# b.# b.# c.# c.# in that order because obviously a then b then c.

6. Your job now is to find out how the #s correlate to letters in terms of using the numbers attached to the a a b b c c and the three words you already have in the key above and it should spell a SIX letter word for the six #s.
7. COMEEE ONN!! I’ve practically given it away!
BHappy
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Re: Page 12

Post by BHappy » Thu Jun 20, 2019 5:03 pm

I am completely stuck. The comments are talking about solving the suduko, but I don’t even understand how I’m supposed to do that!? I have got the three key words:
Spoiler!
a. Welcome, b. Raven, c. Fear. Are they right? I don’t see how they can’t be right?
Anyway, how am I supposed to solve the suduko?

Edit: something really weird happened. I think I accidentally signed out, and I looked on this page again. My post wasn’t there and there were only three pages. Anyway, I found a new comment that actually helped me and now I have done it.

Here are my clues to help you:
1. At the top of the page, ignore the big symbols. Look below at the smaller ones, and each symbol has a number. Swap the symbols in the grid for numbers. Now you should be able to complete the suduko, and the grid should look like this:
Spoiler!
1/6/2/3/4/5
4/3/5/2/1/6
5/1/6/4/3/2
2/4/3/5/6/1
6/5/4/1/2/3
3/2/1/6/5/4
2. Now, note down the numbers that are in each labelle box (a,b or c)
Spoiler!
So you should have a=2+1, b=3+2 and c=2+4
3. Finally take the letter that correspondes to the number on each keyword
Spoiler!
you get the letter ewvaer
4. Switch the letters around
Spoiler!
to make the word weaver
snappatoon
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Re: Page 12

Post by snappatoon » Sun Aug 04, 2019 2:56 pm

BHappy wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 5:03 pm
I am completely stuck. The comments are talking about solving the suduko, but I don’t even understand how I’m supposed to do that!? I have got the three key words:
Spoiler!
a. Welcome, b. Raven, c. Fear. Are they right? I don’t see how they can’t be right?
Anyway, how am I supposed to solve the suduko?

Edit: something really weird happened. I think I accidentally signed out, and I looked on this page again. My post wasn’t there and there were only three pages. Anyway, I found a new comment that actually helped me and now I have done it.

Here are my clues to help you:
1. At the top of the page, ignore the big symbols. Look below at the smaller ones, and each symbol has a number. Swap the symbols in the grid for numbers. Now you should be able to complete the suduko, and the grid should look like this:
Spoiler!
1/6/2/3/4/5
4/3/5/2/1/6
5/1/6/4/3/2
2/4/3/5/6/1
6/5/4/1/2/3
3/2/1/6/5/4
2. Now, note down the numbers that are in each labelle box (a,b or c)
Spoiler!
So you should have a=2+1, b=3+2 and c=2+4
3. Finally take the letter that correspondes to the number on each keyword
Spoiler!
you get the letter ewvaer
4. Switch the letters around
Spoiler!
to make the word weaver
Where does the W come from? Surely it should be a Y, making a nonsense of the puzzle?
Darla
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Re: Page 12

Post by Darla » Sun Dec 29, 2019 3:20 am

Spoiler!
This is my first time posting so I hope I got the spoiler right....
I seem to have the wrong key for key4. Others are posting as welcome... ? My correct key was orange? Am I crazy?
L.E9128
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Re: Page 12

Post by L.E9128 » Sun Dec 29, 2019 11:38 pm

vicecn wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:07 am
Just started this book two hours ago and didn’t need help until I got to this one, and I’ve been staring at it for the past 30 mins until it hit me with some of the help on this forum (thank you)! So here is my help without giving it completely away;
Spoiler!
1. Fill in the sodoku. Make sure you are doing it right, which means that no two of the same numbers can be in the individual boxes of 3x3 or in the vertical and horizontal lines.

2. You are given at the bottom of the page, a. Key 4 b. Key 7 c. Key 10 (which you WILL need to get your final answer)
So next, beside a, b, and c, clearly write the correct answers to the keys from the previous puzzels. Make sure you have the right answers or else your final answer for this puzzle won’t work.

3. Go back to the sodoku and take a good look. You now have every box filled with numbers. Try to understand WHY you needed the numbers initially and what you didn’t have before but do now? Don't worry about the little sketches anymore, that was just there initially to help you with the sodoku. There seems to be 2x a, b and c that didn’t have any numbers attached to it in the beginning. Now you have numbers beside each letter.
4. STOP AND THINK ABOUT IT.

5. Still can’t get it? Ok.... so below your initial a b c key that you already wrote out,
Spoiler!
write down a.# a.# b.# b.# c.# c.# in that order because obviously a then b then c.

6. Your job now is to find out how the #s correlate to letters in terms of using the numbers attached to the a a b b c c and the three words you already have in the key above and it should spell a SIX letter word for the six #s.
7. COMEEE ONN!! I’ve practically given it away!
This is ridiculous. I legit had the word all along but it was misspelled... Dafuq! I had 2 numbers switched and that's why I kept getting it wrong, but I had the whole thing and the numbers and keys, I had the word, and for the life of me I couldn't make it out.... Until one of the people who commented on here spelled the word right and I died lmao horrible, horrible. But at least I had the idea right, and hey, I even learned how to play sudokus now lol
L.E9128
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Re: Page 12

Post by L.E9128 » Sun Dec 29, 2019 11:41 pm

snappatoon wrote:
Sun Aug 04, 2019 2:56 pm
BHappy wrote:
Thu Jun 20, 2019 5:03 pm
I am completely stuck. The comments are talking about solving the suduko, but I don’t even understand how I’m supposed to do that!? I have got the three key words:
Spoiler!
a. Welcome, b. Raven, c. Fear. Are they right? I don’t see how they can’t be right?
Anyway, how am I supposed to solve the suduko?

Edit: something really weird happened. I think I accidentally signed out, and I looked on this page again. My post wasn’t there and there were only three pages. Anyway, I found a new comment that actually helped me and now I have done it.

Here are my clues to help you:
1. At the top of the page, ignore the big symbols. Look below at the smaller ones, and each symbol has a number. Swap the symbols in the grid for numbers. Now you should be able to complete the suduko, and the grid should look like this:
Spoiler!
1/6/2/3/4/5
4/3/5/2/1/6
5/1/6/4/3/2
2/4/3/5/6/1
6/5/4/1/2/3
3/2/1/6/5/4
2. Now, note down the numbers that are in each labelle box (a,b or c)
Spoiler!
So you should have a=2+1, b=3+2 and c=2+4
3. Finally take the letter that correspondes to the number on each keyword
Spoiler!
you get the letter ewvaer
4. Switch the letters around
Spoiler!
to make the word weaver
Where does the W come from? Surely it should be a Y, making a nonsense of the puzzle?
You gotta be really careful with your numbers, cus if one of them is switched (like in my case) you won't get the answer right, you could have all the letters but if their switched, at least one of them, the answer won't do. They all have to be right, I legit sat on this one for like 5 hours trying to figure out where I went wrong, I even did the sudoku like 3 times to see if I got my numbers right. Was quite challenging for me
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