## On the Subject of Double Expert

Experience the feeling of both sides of the team!

See Appendix A for indicator identification reference.

See Appendix B for battery identification reference.

See Appendix C for port identification reference.

You are not the only one with the manual now. The module contains a big screen, two buttons, saying “Previous” and “Next”, and a switch. To disarm the module, use both of your manuals to work together and determine what to do next.

We advise you to check the section “Weird Quirks” before starting to solve the module.

Follow the instructions on the module’s screen. You may press the “Previous” button to check previous sets of instructions. However, the display may partially or totally glitch out in those sets.

The screen may instruct you to apply certain rules. Refer to the section “Rules” when this happens.

### Rules

A : “If the serial number contains a vowel, take the sum of all the digits in the serial number with the number of batteries. Subtract that number from the current Key Number.”

B : “If there are more than 3 batteries on the bomb, subtract the last digit of the serial number from your current Key Number.”

C : “If there is a Parallel port on the bomb, add the number of battery holders to your current Key Number.”

D : “If there are more than 2 port plates on the bomb, add the number of ports present on the bomb to your current Key Number.”

E : “If the serial number contains a prime digit, subtract 5 plus the amount of unlit indicators on the bomb from your current Key Number.”

F : “If there is a Stereo RCA port on the bomb, multiply your current Key Number by the number of lit indicators on the bomb.”

G : “If the last applied rule was a vowel (and there is a last rule applied), divide your current Key Number in half, rounding down to the nearest integer.”