## On the Subject of Forgetting Everything

I’m not sure what this is, and at this point I’m too afraid to ask.

• Take the whole dial values for Stage 1. This stage is counted as a valid stage.
• For every other stage:
1. #### Determine it’s color.

• If 3 unique colors are shown, the stage color is the color that is not shown.
• Otherwise, the stage color is the color that appeared at least 2 times.
2. #### Determine if the stage is valid.

• If both numbers in the nixie tubes are on the dials, this stage is valid when presented on the module.
• Once the module is ready to be solved, sort the stages in accending order and go through them one by one.
• If the last two stages are both valid, this stage is invalid.
• If the last two stages are both invalid, this stage is valid.
• Otherwise, if the stage is valid when presented on the module, this stage is valid.
3. #### Take the dial value.

• Take the dial with position (last digit of the stage number, 0=10)

#### Solving the module

• For every valid stage, use the table below to determine what operation to use to modify your solution.
• You should only modify the desinated dial position for each valid stage.
• Replace the number at the dial position with your answer.
 Colour Red Yellow Green Blue Operation Answer =Previous + Current Answer =Previous - Current Answer =Previous + Current + 5 Answer =Current - Previous
• Previous means the current dial solution number. Current means the current stage dial number.