And, as an example, if a Knave told the truth Monday, and a Knight speaks Tuesday (thus acting like a Knave), will he then lie, because the [C] was true the day before? Or can he just as well tell the truth, because he's a different person?
Okay, I know this doesn't make much sense, but I don't know how else to explain it. I hope bonanova understands.
Bonus question: How many of the groups form a three-letter word at my schedule
(if you solve this, you'll win a free walking trip to Middelfart in Denmark. If you happen to live somewhere where an ocean will get in the way, you should be even more eager to win, because then you'd have a nice opportunity to test your lungs! I'm very gracious today)
In my solution, i used the letters from A-Z and /, because that's what bonanova did, and bonanova's smart. But to solve part 2, you need to substitute the letters with numbers 1-28. Then you can make a lot of triangles (each threesome makes a triangle) and solve part 2.