MJ056 - Fibbing Phantoms

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Fibbing Phantoms
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Puzzle Number 056
Puzzle Name Fibbing Phantoms
Picarats Given 50 Picarats
Type Conditional
Location Liza's Room
Previous Puzzle MJ055 - Tree Route
Next Puzzle MJ057 - The Ant and the Sugar Cube

This is the fifty-sixth puzzle you'll encounter in Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy. To access this puzzle, you must talk to Liza Wight. To complete the puzzle, you must determine which ghosts are lying.

Contents

[edit] Hints

Hint One
    Let's concentrate on what A and B said first. A said that nobody is lying, and B said that one person is lying. They are saying different things, so at least one of them must be lying.

Hint Two
    Continuing on from hint one...
    C said that two people are lying. A, B and C are all saying different things, so that means that two or all of them must be lying.

Hint Three
    Continuing on from hint two...
    Going by the info in the puzzle explanation that there can be a maximum of two liars among the ghosts, that means only two of A, B and C are lying. One of them is telling the truth, which means D was not lying.

Super Hint
    Continuing on from hint three...
    Now let's figure out who was lying. Two of them were lying, so listen again to what they said and figure out which two it is.


[edit] Messages

[edit] When Failed

Bad luck.

How many of them could be lying?

[edit] When Completed

You did it!

A and B were lying. They really enjoyed that game. Looks like they're not done playing yet!

[edit] Solution

Ghosts A and B were lying.

[edit] Progress

2135 Picarats and 148 Hint Coins.


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