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  1. Which isn't to say you can't still respond, if you haven't already! I'll third (fourth?) those upthread who recommend trying this out--I've found puzzlehunts to be a lot of fun and one of the few things that kept me sane during quarantine. And we like to think we're pretty fun people to solve with, too!
  2. Glad to see interest flowing in already! MetaTerminal's post above has been edited to include a link to the hunt Discord server, which anyone from here on out is free to use. That said, feel free to use this thread for questions / team coordination / whatever else if you'd like to do that before joining the Discord! (Also pinging @AonDii, @Gears, @Illwei, and @Flyingbooks, since they expressed interest before the link went up.)
  3. Sometimes they even come up in the same exact puzzle I'll throw a couple of my favorites from Teammate Hunt into the mix, too: Read and Write (fictional languages) Trash to Treasure (the theme is sort of a spoiler, but I enjoyed it) Cardboard (Meta) (various sorts of tabletop games) As Moonrise mentioned, we're always looking for new players--so if any of this is interesting, feel free to join us!
  4. Seconded! Potluck was a lot of fun, and I'm sure this next one will be as well.
  5. He's in MtG:Arena now, too, and his dialogue snippets are pretty much exactly on point. (A random phrase will trigger whenever his passive ability deals damage or you use his -1.) The one thing I haven't heard him mention (not yet, anyway) is how much he really doesn't want to be here. Edit: So I was reading through the War of the Spark story recap and found this: Could the Wanderer be Tacenda? Protecting her people does seem to be her MO, and her spark is slightly defective. Though she does use a sword, and I'm not sure we ever saw Tacenda do that effectively.
  6. I'd prefer the second option, personally--I'd love to have see a Sanderson puzzlehunt in that vein, especially if the two rounds are thematically linked (though if they are thematically linked, those of us trying to figure out the planet are going to have some very pointed guesses). So I don't mind waiting if it means you're happier with what you can release after the wait.
  7. It was a lot of fun! Puzzles that I personally liked: Line Plots (Obviously) The Artifact 50/50 Puzzles that caused me anguish: Research Center Image Search
  8. I'm back for more. Go Team 5! (Or whatever the name was that we decided on!) Also, does midnight Sunday mean we'll have all of Sunday to solve puzzles, or is it Monday onward?
  9. Nice job to you too! We really thought you were going to win for most of it.
  10. It's an excellent book (written by Neil Gaiman, so that's to be expected), and the movie does a fairly good job of following the majority of the plot points to adapt it. There are a few changes here and there, though.
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