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:
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.
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 ascending 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.
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.
Previous + Current
Previous - Current
Previous + Current + 5
Current - Previous
- Previous means the current dial solution number. Current means the current stage dial number.