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Optimatum
Optimatum
Posts: 3164

7/27/2017
It's not that the answers don't exist yet - they just can't be found in-game yet.

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Ketchua
Ketchua
Posts: 12

8/28/2017
The thing about the mirrors and the Fingerkings makes me super excited about a potential continuation of the War of Illusion. Or any kind of Fingerking content, really.

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GuesssWho
GuesssWho
Posts: 115

11/18/2017
I do hope that fanciful answers are okay. After all, this is how I answered the Neathbow question: Amnesia. Violence. A caver's memory of sun. What drowned men see. Remembrance. Drowsiness. A black hole. And my doors thus: Ungold, the lightning-bearer, burnt sand, tusk, Eaten's favorites, the death of trees, to commit thievery
edited by GuesssWho on 11/18/2017

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I'm sorry, my darling, I don't think I can!
FROM past the High Wilderness and beyond
Don't dare to go Seeking, but of Him I'm fond.
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Amalgamate
Amalgamate
Posts: 310

11/19/2017
It's a stretch. It really depends on how many answers there are to read and verify - I can see what you're going for, but there's no guarantee that FBG are going to read the answers closely enough to tell that yours are right rather than just someone who has no idea, trying to be clever. After all, I bet for lots of these questions, there's going to be lots of people who have no idea but try to cover it up by using fancy words.

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Siankan
Siankan
Posts: 524

11/19/2017
Amalgamate wrote:
It's a stretch. It really depends on how many answers there are to read and verify - I can see what you're going for, but there's no guarantee that FBG are going to read the answers closely enough to tell that yours are right rather than just someone who has no idea, trying to be clever. After all, I bet for lots of these questions, there's going to be lots of people who have no idea but try to cover it up by using fancy words.

The question, I suppose, comes down to whether FBG handles the Mysteries entirely via algorithm, or partly. It is reasonably certain that nobody's going to go through every answer individually; even should someone wish to, it would be impossible to do in a timely manner, and that's assuming someone is told off to do it full-time until it's finished.

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Sir Frederick
Sir Frederick
Administrator
Posts: 3222

11/19/2017
If memory serves, the last set of Mysteries answers were checked by searching for key words, so submissions that are too obtuse may not be picked up. Of course, you won't actually get in trouble or anything - you just won't get a point.

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Sir Frederick, the Libertarian Esotericist. Lord Hubris, the Bloody Baron.
Juniper Brown, the Ill-Fated Orphan. Esther Ellis-Hall, the Fashionable Fabian.
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Optimatum
Optimatum
Posts: 3164

11/19/2017
They did post a list of the most amusing answers, though, so it can't just have been evaluated via keywords.

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Absintheuse
Absintheuse
Administrator
Posts: 313

4/26/2018
A little reminder to get their answers in to the Mysteries Tab before 17th July! We have already been delighted by many of your answers.
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Aro Saren
Aro Saren
Posts: 41

6/3/2018
Let's check our lists then?

Only answers, order from browser version:

Baker Street
Aldwych Street
Piccadilly
Bethnal Green
Gant, Peligin, Irrigo, Violant, Apocyan, Cosmogone, Viric
The Game itself
Copper, Ormolu, Steel, Ivory, Glass, Paper, Teeth
Wings-of-Thunder Bat, which is one of Mr Hearts' disguises
Their flesh is wax
Manager of Bethlehem Hotel
Leopold the Delicate Duke
Calendar Council ordered his execution
June of Calendar Council
Virginia (or Feducci, not sure)
no answer
Thief-of-Faces (not sure)
Mt Nomad
They were made to kill them (or they hiss too loudly)
To change and Be (two answers, maybe have to choose one?)
London was stolen by bats
edited by Aro Saren on 6/3/2018
edited by Aro Saren on 6/3/2018
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Optimatum
Optimatum
Posts: 3164

6/4/2018
For discussions of the answers themselves, please refer to this topic. Answers elsewhere should probably be in spoiler tags.

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Optimatum, a ruthless and merciful gentleman. No plant battles or Affluent Photographer requests; all other social actions welcome.

Want a sip of Hesperidean Cider? Send me a request in-game. Here's an_ocelot's guide how.

PM me for information enigmatic or Fated. Though the forum please, not FL itself.
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Hannah Flynn
Hannah Flynn
Administrator
Posts: 355

7 days ago
A week to go, delicious friends!

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