Envoy 1: "My name is Edwards. Fitzroy is an Admiral."
Envoy 2: "My name is Fitzroy. There are at least two Swindlecants in this delegation."
Envoy 3: "My name is Gerrard. If Harris is a Bishop, then Edwards is a Swindlecant."
Envoy 4: "I am the Consul. My name is not Harris."
Well, that's enough chit-chat. You have a job to do, which is to introduce the envoys one at a time to your king, using their correct names and official titles. Any mistakes or omissions would be politically embarrassing, so naturally you would be beheaded for your incompetence. Ah! Here comes the king now...
Stating the obvious:
Multiple statements are not logical conjunctions, in other words, each statement made by a Swindlecant must be a lie, not just one of them.
Each envoy has one and only one official title (Admiral/Bishop/Consul/Duke).
Edited by octopuppy, 16 November 2009 - 12:47 PM.