Hi, I'm trying to solve the logic puzzle in paragraph 90 of GTU. My understanding is that there are 3 statues; Life, Death and Illusion. They make two statements each. From one statue, they are both true. From another, they are both false. From the third, the first statement is true and the second is false. The first statements are G1 - Death speaks True and True G2 - Life speaks True and False (in that order) G3 - Illusion speaks True and True. The second statements are G1 - Death speaks False and False G2 - Illusion speaks False and False G3 - Death speaks False and False. Have I correctly interpreted the rules and the statements? Cheers Colin BTW I miss having some sort of basic map at the end of the booklet in order to find the main physical locations ie villages. In previous adventures, they helped me to keep my feet on the ground!
interesting...i like a good puzzle...but i wonder if you made a typo when posting
The first statements are G1 - Death speaks True and True G2 - Life speaks True and False (in that order) G3 - Illusion speaks True and True. The second statements are G1 - Death speaks False and False G2 - Illusion speaks False and False G3 - Death speaks False and False.
apparently, Life didn't make a second statement but Death made 2 second statements? if that's not a typo, perhaps it is a clue...
sure wish i could see the whole paragraph as written...
Last Edit: Aug 29, 2012 21:21:38 GMT -5 by ewookie
Ewookie, The problem is that you don't know which statue is which. G1 - Death speaks True and True means Statue 1 says that whichever of the 3 statues is Death, then everything the statue representing it says is true. You don't know if this statement by Statue 1 is true or not. I think it's an extension of the two guards logic puzzle, but I'm just looking for confirmation firstly of my interpretation of the gargoyles statements and secondly that one speaks the truth twice, one lies twice and the third speaks first the truth, then a lie. Cheers Colin
I don't care much for the puzzle/questions, but some players do. I found the game to be well written, but very dangerous. Also very dark theme, but that was the intent. This game can really test the players wizard skills