AL066 - Flying the Coop

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Flying the Coop
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Puzzle Number 066
Puzzle Name Flying the Coop
Picarats Given 30 Picarats
Type Select
Location Parched Creek
Previous Puzzle AL065 - Cards on the Table
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This is the sixty-sixth puzzle you'll encounter in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy, To access this puzzle, you must talk to Flint. In order to complete this puzzle, you must figure out who set the farmer's chicken out of their cages.

Contents

[edit] Hints

Hint One
    The best way to solve a puzzle like this is to choose one of the suspects as your culprit and check whether or not your selection corresponds with the four men's statements.

Hint Two
    Start by imagining that B is the culprit. That would make his statement false, and all the others' true.

    However, you know only one of the men is telling the truth, so B cannot be the culprit.

Hint Three
    Next, imagine C is the chicken-snatcher and a liar to boot.

    This would mean that B and D are being honest, though, and since only one man is actually telling the truth, C must be innocent.

Super Hint
    If D is lying and is, in fact, the culprit, that would mean that none of the four men are telling the truth.

    But one of them is definitely being honest, so D is not the miscreant.


[edit] Messages

[edit] When Failed

Too bad.

Imagine that each one of the men is the culprit and see how the various statements correspond in each case.

[edit] When Completed

Eggs-actly!

A is the one who's responsible for the chickens' disappearance. He didn't steal them, though - he simply forgot to close the door!

A's punishment will be to get the chickens back and clean the coop from top to bottom. B and D will have to help him too. That'll teach them to lie!

[edit] Solution

A is the person who is responsible.

[edit] Progress

2235 Picarats and 175 Hint Coins.



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