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The Cave of Stolen Years

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Commission for toyapup || Colors and logic puzzles by suddenlytsumi

It's Toya's pathfinder character rolling a few bad will saves during a dungeon raid. The last panel actually makes me super sad, I hope one of the party members picks him up for lots of hugs.

The puzzles (...besides the third one) are actual puzzles that Tsumi threw at us during the session. It was hell.


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Published: 8 months ago
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joelfeila
8 months ago
the answer to the middle one is 12, I cant read the first one, and the third is cute
Immelmann
8 months ago
It's not 12! Looks like we'll have to subtract 10 years.
MythicFox
8 months ago
See, on the one hand, I have the middle one figured out. But on the other, I don't want to spoil it for others...
FoxboyJT
8 months ago
The real answer is -*.

(*I'm not giving that answer away~)
Winterskin
8 months ago
The middle puzzle doesn't mention how long a fire lasts for his family... but each day it seems he collects enough refuse for 12 family fires per day (72/6=12).

As for that last one, that's just cruel! I've tried integrals, Reimann sums, Laplace transforms, and just can't get it!
joelfeila
8 months ago
no im only 12 ...*shrinks in to a toddler*
Alfador
8 months ago
Sounds like someone never sweeps out a fireplace just after using it... *hint*
joelfeila
8 months ago
if the answer is 0 then the riddle is based on a false premise since it states that he gets enough wood for a fire.
Alfador
8 months ago
No... that's not what I was implying. Think about how many fireplaces and how many fires are being discussed in both the premise and the answer.
joelfeila
8 months ago
ok there a re 72 fireplaces getting cleaned on 1 for the sweep house.  he collected enough to start 12 fires.  so is it one he lights one fire for his family but then there is no way to know how long they can stay warm.  

is it all the nights of winter since he get more wood each day then he needs.
Alfador
8 months ago
Okay, fair enough. The question isn't worded unambiguously. I guess I was a bit too smug because I have heard this type of problem before and recognized the form.

Step 1: He cleans out 72 fireplaces. This gives him enough wood for (72/6) = 12 fires for his family. It's not worded quite right, but the implication is that each group of 6 gives enough for one full night of warmth.
Step 2: Each morning after the fire goes out, he cleans out his own fireplace. Every 6 days, this accumulates to enough wood for another night of fire warmth.
Step 3: Since he collects an additional 12 days' worth from his own fireplace, this results in an additional (12/6) = 2 fires for his family. So the total answer is 12+2 = 14 nights.
joelfeila
8 months ago
well that a stupid way to look at it would be better to the for the hole winter becasue he get wood faster the n he burns it.
shwarzwald
8 months ago
Haha nice.
firstsong
8 months ago
That's a really fair puzzle, it matches the question it asks to your current IQ so it's challenging but not impossible.
DraculJOSHI
8 months ago
That's not how IQ works...
firstsong
8 months ago
It does if your brain is being magically regressed in a fictional world and setting :/
DraculJOSHI
8 months ago
no, what I mean is, the IQ of a person doesn't change with age.

What changes with age, is the knowledge and experience of what to do with it. In other word, what one has learned.
firstsong
8 months ago
What? isn't IQ just a sore derived from standardized tests? If you took such a test and then your mind was somehow regressed calculation ability reduced, memories erased, overall knowledge faded... you would get a much worse score or are you saying the IQ of child and an adult are equal to one another? IQ tests aren't even generally made for small children because their minds are underdeveloped and the results would not be accurate standardized tests being split between different age groups. Ah this conversation is stupid i'm way to tired for this crap :/
DraculJOSHI
8 months ago
actually, no.

IQ is measuerd by the amount of synaptic connections between brain cells and how well they work.
IQ tests therefore rely mostly on shape identificant, object relations and specialized questions.

I did take an actual certified IQ test and it's something even children around the age of 7 can do reliably.

mathematical knowledge is not required. Only linguistic knowledge in order to communicate is.

basically, the faste & exacter your brain can work thanks to more numerous synaptic connections, the higher your IQ and your ability to learn things.
firstsong
8 months ago
Ok sure. Oh and I mean this in the nicest way possible, go shove a thesaurus up your ass.
DrHojo123
8 months ago
" DraculJOSHI wrote:
actually, no.

IQ is measuerd by the amount of synaptic connections between brain cells and how well they work.
IQ tests therefore rely mostly on shape identificant, object relations and specialized questions.

I did take an actual certified IQ test and it's something even children around the age of 7 can do reliably.

mathematical knowledge is not required. Only linguistic knowledge in order to communicate is.

basically, the faste & exacter your brain can work thanks to more numerous synaptic connections, the higher your IQ and your ability to learn things.


Every party needs a pooper that's why they invited you. Party pooper, party pooper
DraculJOSHI
8 months ago
I read that in Super Kami Guru's Voice XD
DrHojo123
8 months ago
" DraculJOSHI wrote:
I read that in Super Kami Guru's Voice XD


That was the idea XD
Repstar
8 months ago
Well thing is a 7 year old would have less connections developed than lets say a 24 year old, this means a 7 year old would score a lower IQ than when they repeat the test at 24 years old. IQ also depends on age in the way that 100 IQ is the average of the world population and the world population keeps getting smarter, this means if at 24 you had an IQ of 100 you might very well score like a 90 when 50 since the average went up.
Winterskin
8 months ago
Looks like he should have turned the wheel 1300 degrees...
Drakue
8 months ago
Honestly that last panel kinda made me sad, too. :c
Farrel
8 months ago
Aww, the poor little guy. Still, someone my age would gladly get a few wrong answers, but for now?

*helps him answer the question by holding up four fingers on each hand and counting with him... Then picks him up and helps him find his Mum*
MadManMarkAu
8 months ago
1: 1300 degrees, or three and eleven eighteenths.
2: Assuming one fire lasts 24 hours, and a night is 12 hours, then, 24 nights.
3: 22 *

(* in base 3)

Edit: Damn, Alfador has a good point. I guess I got #2 wrong, if this is the case.
nelson88
8 months ago
Very cute!^^
talon2point0
8 months ago
I actually do like math, I at least would like to say I have a knack for it, but this is just to much for recreational math.

so I'm just leave this here... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIKGV2cTgqA
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