On the Subject of Forget Everything
I’m not sure what this is, and at this point I’m too afraid to ask.
- The dials, nixie tubes, and lights will update on each solved non-ignored module. The current stage is shown on the display, and stages are not in order.
- When solving, put the stages in order based on the display, starting at 01.
- For the first stage, take the dial values. This is your starting solution, and this stage is considered a valid stage.
- For every stage there-after, determine if the stage is valid. If it is, refer to the next page for modifying your solution.
- After all stages have been shown, the stage display will turn blank, and the nixie tubes and lights will shut off. This indicates the module is ready to be solved.
- Enter your solution using the dials, and turn the key to solve the module.
- Do not attempt to interact with the module before it is ready to be solved, and always wait for dials to stop before turning the key.
- If your answer is incorrect, you will gain one free position check, indicated by the LED next to the stage display.
- Position checks can be entered using 0s with a single 1 to view all relevant stages (i.e. 0001000000 shows 4th, 14th, 24th...).
- Position checks can be done without a free check, but will count as an incorrect answer (which gives a free check).
- If the previous two stages were both valid, this stage is not valid.
- If the previous two stages were both not valid, this stage is valid.
- If neither of the above apply, or if there are not two previous stages, this stage is valid if both numbers shown in the nixie tubes are on the dials.
- If three colours are shown, the stage colour is the one that is not shown.
- Otherwise, the stage colour is the colour that appears multiple times.