Popping in to remind you that five days remain to play along with our TH6:EveryLinkRingsTrue warm up game. Responses to the quiz are welcomed through January 29th. Several very good, almost-100%-correct attempts have been submitted. Up to this point, however, only one of our Watsonians has managed to solve all five questions correctly on the first try. (Change-of-heart-do-overs are also welcome through the 29th.)
Almost invariably question #3 is proving to the problem. After correctly solving question #2, our quiz takers are making an assumption as to the first part of #3 which does not make sense when linked to the remaining questions because the assumption is incorrect. If you are willing to give it a try (or a re-do), I recommend you think about Holmes’s good advice:
“There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.”
Question #3 requires you to look beyond the most obvious.
I have re-posted the questions below if you would like to give them a try. Since all the questions link, it is certainly possible to work from the bottom up.
Many thanks to all of you that have taken the time to play the game,
Margie/ JHWS ‘Mopsy’
- In ten minutes or less, accept a child. With the child in mind, choose 4 brief letters.
- Turn your four letters into a verb, send it across the moor, and confirm who it is not. Who?
- Find a restorative for [the answer to #2], and then find the soldier who supposedly took an expanded version of the same. What expanded restorative?
- Compound the cost for a lady to have a similar restorative. How much?
- With a like amount, buy a thief. Who?
Helpful Hint: Your final answer should be appropriate for the times with February right around the corner.