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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3325 on: May 17, 2019, 08:38:16 pm »
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Mandarin

I may or may not have used regular expressions to solve this.

Ah, I wondered if there were some kind of thing like that.  I checked all the card names one at a time.  (I considered adding the extra challenge of trying to solve it from memory...)

There's actually a FOURTH card, though, that can similarly be completely expressed using the postal abbreviations for US states.  But I doubt any computer program can find this one.

What card am I thinking of?

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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3326 on: June 06, 2019, 06:32:04 am »
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On my opponent's turn, he played a Village and two Attack cards. I had a Lighthouse which protected me from the first attack, but not the second. What happened?
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3327 on: June 06, 2019, 08:45:59 am »
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On my opponent's turn, he played a Village and two Attack cards. I had a Lighthouse which protected me from the first attack, but not the second. What happened?
The first attack was young witch, and lighthouse was the bane.
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3328 on: June 06, 2019, 09:41:06 am »
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On my opponent's turn, he played a Village and two Attack cards. I had a Lighthouse which protected me from the first attack, but not the second. What happened?
The first attack was young witch, and lighthouse was the bane.
The first attack was Noble Brigand and it revealed a Lighthouse and a non-Treasure and your opponent had Capitalism!
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3329 on: June 11, 2019, 10:32:49 am »
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On my opponent's turn, he played a Village and two Attack cards. I had a Lighthouse which protected me from the first attack, but not the second. What happened?

The second attack was Rogue. Rogue gained a Black Market from the trash, played Black Market with Innovation, and bought a Noble Brigand out of the Black Market.  Alternately, substitute Dame Natalie for Rogue!
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3330 on: June 11, 2019, 11:58:27 am »
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Mandarin

I may or may not have used regular expressions to solve this.

Ah, I wondered if there were some kind of thing like that.  I checked all the card names one at a time.  (I considered adding the extra challenge of trying to solve it from memory...)

There's actually a FOURTH card, though, that can similarly be completely expressed using the postal abbreviations for US states.  But I doubt any computer program can find this one.

What card am I thinking of?

Did anyone ever solve the fourth card?
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3331 on: June 12, 2019, 08:41:28 pm »
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On my opponent's turn, he played a Village and two Attack cards. I had a Lighthouse which protected me from the first attack, but not the second. What happened?
The first attack was young witch, and lighthouse was the bane.
This is the answer I thought of, but I like the alternatives.
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3332 on: June 15, 2019, 07:59:34 pm »
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Mandarin

I may or may not have used regular expressions to solve this.

Ah, I wondered if there were some kind of thing like that.  I checked all the card names one at a time.  (I considered adding the extra challenge of trying to solve it from memory...)

There's actually a FOURTH card, though, that can similarly be completely expressed using the postal abbreviations for US states.  But I doubt any computer program can find this one.

What card am I thinking of?

Did anyone ever solve the fourth card?

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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3333 on: June 16, 2019, 07:03:47 am »
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I never played Duration cards during my turns, but I start my next turn having 20 cards in play. What has happened?
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3334 on: June 16, 2019, 07:04:37 am »
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I never played Duration cards during my turns, but I start my next turn 20 cards in play. What has happened?

10 Princes?
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3335 on: June 16, 2019, 07:07:05 am »
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I never played Duration cards during my turns, but I start my next turn 20 cards in play. What has happened?

10 Princes?

Prince sets its card aside, so it is not in play. No, there is another way. Read carefully. Ratcatcher, Guide and Transmogrify also don't count, because they are called at and not before the start of your turn.
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3336 on: June 16, 2019, 07:15:19 am »
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I never played Duration cards during my turns, but I start my next turn having 20 cards in play. What has happened?

You played a bunch of Caravan Guards and called a bunch of Royal Carriages on your opponent's turn.
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3337 on: June 16, 2019, 07:17:25 am »
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I never played Duration cards during my turns, but I start my next turn having 20 cards in play. What has happened?

You played a bunch of Caravan Guards and called a bunch of Royal Carriages on your opponent's turn.
Alright! That's it.
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3338 on: June 16, 2019, 07:52:55 am »
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1. You have 40+ cards in your deck.
2. You start with a hand of 15 cards.
3. You play Storyteller, and you play 2 Golds and a third card.
4. You draw no cards.

What happened?

Crown a King's Courted King's Court to play two Envoys  and a Native Village each three times. The Native Village is needed, because Envoy keeps one card in your deck.


Alternatively, Golem and  Vassal allow pseudo-drawing.
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3339 on: June 16, 2019, 11:05:57 am »
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Mandarin

I may or may not have used regular expressions to solve this.

Ah, I wondered if there were some kind of thing like that.  I checked all the card names one at a time.  (I considered adding the extra challenge of trying to solve it from memory...)

There's actually a FOURTH card, though, that can similarly be completely expressed using the postal abbreviations for US states.  But I doubt any computer program can find this one.

What card am I thinking of?

Did anyone ever solve the fourth card?

ENVY

Explain? I see different parts of it in different states, but no real connection other than every letter appearing somewhere in a state abbreviation.
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Re: Easy Puzzles
« Reply #3340 on: June 16, 2019, 12:30:40 pm »
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Mandarin

I may or may not have used regular expressions to solve this.

Ah, I wondered if there were some kind of thing like that.  I checked all the card names one at a time.  (I considered adding the extra challenge of trying to solve it from memory...)

There's actually a FOURTH card, though, that can similarly be completely expressed using the postal abbreviations for US states.  But I doubt any computer program can find this one.

What card am I thinking of?

Did anyone ever solve the fourth card?

ENVY

Explain? I see different parts of it in different states, but no real connection other than every letter appearing somewhere in a state abbreviation.

ENVY = "N - V" = NV

Clever.
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