On the Subject of Daylight Directions
A beautiful sunset sets the mood perfectly for defusing a bomb.
To solve the module, complete the following steps then submit when the arrow is pointed in the correct direction.
Use the sun to determine the orientation of the compass.
- A sun will be displayed on the left and right side of the compass; the colored version is the active sun.
- If the last digit of the serial number is even, the sun is rising; otherwise, the sun is setting.
- Remember that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
The starting direction, which may or may not be altered in the next step, is determined by the first applicable condition on this list:
- If the bomb has at least two of the same port, the direction is east.
- Otherwise, if the bomb has a Serial or DVI-D port but no Parallel ports, the direction is southwest.
- Otherwise, if the serial number has four letters, the direction is southeast.
- Otherwise, if the bomb has at least two lit indicators, the direction is northwest.
- Otherwise, if the bomb has a D battery, the direction is north.
- Otherwise, if the serial number has a vowel, the direction is west.
- Otherwise, if the bomb has more than four batteries, the direction is south.
- Otherwise, the direction is northeast.
- If the compass arrow is blue, rotate the direction 180 degrees.
- Otherwise, if the compass arrow is purple, rotate the direction 45 degrees clockwise.
- Otherwise, if the compass arrow is green, rotate the direction 135 degrees counterclockwise.
- Otherwise, if the compass arrow is yellow, rotate the direction 90 degrees clockwise.
- Otherwise, don't adjust the direction at all.