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CaptainEd

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  1. This is a great example of a puzzle “where intuition might suggest wrong answer.” Thanks Bonanova, and shout out to Event Horizon for showing us the right answer!
  2. Are we guaranteed that no two questions have the same answer? Or are duplications possible? Player VI duplicated one letter, so I’m wondering about the latter possibility.
  3. Since you’ve posed this riddle in the Logic/Math area rather than Riddles...
  4. EventHorizon, that sounds more convincing than my posts, thanks!
  5. How did all those 2/11 become Thalia’s answer?
  6. I agree, it is Impossible
  7. oops error! My point #3 is too close to #1. Back in a bit...
  8. OK, plasmid, I've squeezed them around a bit, and I'm down to 5 extra crumbs.
  9. I’ll try a little longer, it’s a useful tool for testing out alternatives. I’m impressed with your 5 extras!
  10. Locations, as promised, for pentagon, in the columns labelled x and y.
  11. I believe I’ve got an answer, but the precise locations will come later when I can get to Excel on something easier than my phone.
  12. Definitely an interesting puzzle with a new principle; nice job, Plasmid! Partial analysis:
  13. Silly question: are we required to make the paths as straight lines: AC, CB, BD?
  14. Ok rocdocmac, Thalia has saved me from solvers remorse. Cute puzzle
  15. Another derailed train of thought:
  16. Ooh! Even better than Rocdocmac’s brass!
  17. I need a better Babelfish; I feel like the character Easy in Cahoots Macbeth. It is very funny seeing both of you (and presumably the rest of the Den) know what you’re talking about, while I am clueless. Thanks for trying to help, Rocdocmac. :-)
  18. Plainglazed, you’ve added even more mystery to rocdocmac’s puzzle. I feel total lack of confidence in this answer:
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