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The Assassin
posted by Riddlemaker - October 23 2013 12:44:36 PM
There is a line to get into the Queen's party, and your goal is to ultimately kill the queen. However, there is a code you must respond to the guard to get inside. You notice the people before you say stuff. When the guard said "twelve", the first guest said "six", and was let inside. "When the guard said "six", the second guest said "three", and was let in also. You, following this pattern, when the guard said "ten" to you, you said "five". The guards immediately knew you were not a guest and was arrested. What answer should you have said?
Reply by Sflanagan - October 24 2013 07:50:32 AM
1.5? Half of 3?

Reply by Sushim - October 28 2013 11:54:05 PM

Reply by Thoperno - November 19 2013 04:59:18 PM
The answer is 8.
The guard says 12 and the guest answered 6
or 1+2+6=9

The second time the guard says 6 and the guest answered 3
The last time the guard says 10, to which you should've answered as 8 because
or 1+0+8=9

Reply by Klemon03 - November 25 2013 05:49:09 PM
It would be three because...
12- Has six letters
6- Has three letters
So... 10- Has three letters

Reply by Riddlemaker - January 01 2014 01:42:45 PM
It's 3. the number of letters in a number.

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