Harbingers of Fate

The game (in new form) is restarting

Go here:

http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2qtvj&page=2?Weird-Chat-JibJab-Moment

OR

http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2s7np?Paizo-Con-Puzzles

For more details.

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Foreboding NEWS

Silent Servant is DEAD. Season 5 begins SOON.

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Congrats to Bruck II

Bruck managed to solve the puzzle (after inadvertently pointing out my error). Congrats to him. I think he may leave more bread crumbs for you all later. Or use his squeaked out victory to take the tie for the lead (if he is devious and cruel).

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Edited Week 7 puzzle

Ok, so the bad think happened. I forgot a thing and had to edit the puzzle. Bruck more or less figured it out, but was missing a piece. I fixed that. See the edited Week 7 Puzzle for the change.

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Week 7: Hint 2

Hint 2: If you can find where Gozreh’s hiding, you will be off to a great start. If you find Sarenrae, you are almost done.

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Week 7 Puzzle Hint

Ok, no correct guesses so far. So everyone gets a hint. And I am extending the deadline until Sunday night.

If you can find the names of the gods hidden in the message, you will be off to a great start.

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Congrats Digital Mystic/Vishtal

Digital Mystic was the first to figure of the clue last week and first to earn his second tier.

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Week 7 Puzzle

The old dwarf mutters to himself. Brave he was and strong…..let me sing my nonsense song:

Hezrou dunes run hot;
Ill ears ban dye;
Rare ones made ore to age.

Do you hear it, hidden in my song?

((P.S. Just to be nice, I will let you know, the clue isn’t auditory. I think the framing improperly suggested that it was and I am not so mean as to lead you astray.))

Edited I forgot a piece. I added “to age” to the last line.

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Week 6 Puzzle

The shattered priest babbles incoherently as the weights bear down on him. “I will not speak his name. I will not speak his name.” As he gasps his last breaths, he whispers, “I will hide it in my words”

Six freedoms for live men, the river take the rest;
One king of a hellish prison, yet I hold another’s key;
Curved blade I bear in battle, though other curves are more deadly;
My people rise unbroken, hammered from my forge;
First to break life’s shackles, yet hungry I remain;
My gnashing maw is silent, but children crawl your world.

Born a mortal man, risen from my run;
The open-handed master, perfection shall he find;
I saw all there was to see, but not me, you see maddeningly;
My sword remains unbroken, iron in hands and veins.

My acts do not go unnoticed, a prophet’s herald once;
Four in one, or so I say, but so few will trust me.

Queen of burning dryness, an elemental figure;
Old protector of old profession, an eye for growing things;
Neither loving nor doting, but a dedicated mother all the same;
The seven-star scion, worshiped by a sloth;
A demon lord of undemon things, his wand he wields fiercely;
An empyreal lord of divine things, my library abounds.

Friendly hint: The answer is a name and a title (not 16 names).

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Posted the week 5 puzzle solution

Here it is: Week 5 Solution

New puzzle goes up tomorrow (after I play some Reign of Winter…we are in the last book).

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