On the Subject of Labeled Priorities Plus

Reciting the Who's On First script: Okay well let's see what we have on our team; we have who's on first... What's On Second... I don't even know where is third!

Refer to Appendix: Label Priority List for the list of phrases that show up on Labeled Priorities Plus.

The module contains 4 selectable displays. This page will go over the gimmicks for this module and its variants.

The defuser will need to determine what variant Labeled Priorities is by inspecting what is currently shown on the screens.

If the screens:

  • All display unique phrases from the The Label Priority List, the module is Labeled Priorities.
  • All display single digits, the variant is Unlabeled Priorities.
  • All display the exact same phrase from the The Label Priority List, the variant is Relabeled Priorities.

Alternatively, the defuser can examine where the status light is to determine what Labeled Priorities variant it is. If the status light is on the:

  • Top-Right: The module is Labeled Priorities.
  • Bottom-Left: The module is Unlabeled Priorities.
  • Top-Left: The module is Relabeled Priorities.

Once the variant has been determined, the expert will need to go to the respective page and follow the instructions for the provided variant to disarm the module. The variants will contain pages of how a strike is incurred for the given variant. For Labeled and Unlabeled Priorities when the manual references priorities, The Label Priority List uses the top-most phrase on page 1 of the appendix as the highest priority and the bottom-most phrase on page 2 of the appendix as the lowest priority.

On the Subject of Labeled Priorities

Refer to Appendix: Label Priority List for the list of phrases that show up on this module and its variants.

If the module is not showing unique phrases on each screen, nor the status light is in the top-right, you may be looking at the wrong module.

To disarm the module, examine phrase each screen is displaying with the The Label Priority List to determine the order of the screens to press to disarm the module. Press the screen whose phrase is the highest priority, then the 2nd highest, and then the 2nd lowest. Avoid the remaining screen. The number shown after pressing that screen determines when the defuser selected the screen corresponding to the phrase was previously shown.

If you press an incorrect screen in order, the module will strike after 3 numbers have been displayed. This may also cause the module to reset with new phrases on the screens.

On the Subject of Unlabeled Priorities

Refer to Appendix: Label Priority List for the list of phrases that show up on this module and its variants.

If the module is not showing 1 digit on each screen, nor the status light is in the bottom-left, you may be looking at the wrong module.

To disarm the module, press a screen to cycle between 4 unique phrases. The screens must be pressed and have the phrases be placed in respect to that number shown before. The defuser may select more screens to show more phrases but try to avoid having all 4 screens showing phrases as that will automatically submit the answer. All 4 screens will contain the exact same set of phrases but mostly in a different order.

Use The Label Priority List below to determine the priority for each phrase. Select the screen to cycle between the phrases until the highest priority phrase belongs to screen originally displaying 1, 2nd highest phrase on 2, until each phrase is associated with the priority on the screen.

A strike will incur if the phrases shown conflict with the numbered priority previously shown and cause the module to reset with four new numbers and phrases.

On the Subject of Relabeled Priorities

Refer to Appendix: Label Priority List for the list of phrases that show up on this module and its variants.

If the module is not showing the exact same phrase on each screen, nor the status light is in the top-left, you may be looking at the wrong module.

This module consists of 4 stages required to disarm the module. Initially, the module will show the exact same phrase for each screen. Remember that phrase shown and press any screen to start disarming the module. Distance in this page will be referred from how many spaces in between the specified phrases in The Label Priority List. The list does not wrap around unless otherwise stated.

Stage 1:

All 4 phrases on each screen will be unique and neither of them are exactly the phrase shown initially. Press the screen whose phrase is the closest to the initially shown phrase. If there are multiple phrases closest to the initially shown phrase, either can be pressed. Remember the position of the screen pressed and the pressed screen's phrase on this stage.

Stage 2:

Find any screens whose phrase is furthest from the remembered phrase from stage 1 and position is NOT pressed from stage 1. Press any one of those and remember the position and the phrase of the pressed screen on this stage.

Stage 3:

Starting at the remembered phrase from stage 2, go down The Label Priority List until you encounter a phrase on any of the screens, wrapping to the top around if necessary. Press that screen if that screen has not yet been pressed from the previous stages. Otherwise continue until you reach an unpressed screen. Remember phrase and the position of the pressed screen for the next stage.

Stage 4:

The fourth stage will have all remembered phrases from before. From the previous stages, rearrange the remembered phrases based on the remembered positions on the screens from top to bottom, with the initial phrase taking the remaining unoccupied position. Then press the screens whose phrase is based on the result of that sequence. Numbers will replace the phrases denoting when you pressed it on this stage.

Pressing an incorrect screen/sequence will result in a strike and reset all progress to the beginning. This will also display a new phrase for all screens.

Appendix: The Label Priority List

First button.
I am certain you press this button first.
Maybe you should press this button first.
I am certain this is the first one.
First one.
First, press this button.
Press this one first, please?
No no, press THIS one first.
Press this button first.
I am pretty sure this is the first one.
First.
No, press THIS one first.
Press. This. One. First.
Press this one first, will ya?
I’m certain this is the first button.
I’m certain you press this one first.
You must press this button first.
I’m pretty sure you press this button first.
Press this button first, will you?
Do not press this one.
Press this one first.
#1.
ALWAYS press this button first.
No, press THIS button first.
THIS, is the first button.
No really, this is the first one.
I’m certain you press this button first.
I’m pretty sure this is the first one.
Number one.
I am pretty sure you press this button first.

Appendix: The Label Priority List (cont.)

No really, this is the first button.
No no no, press THIS button first.
Press this button first, will ya?
Press this one.
I’m certain this is the first one.
Press this one first, will you?
Will you press this one first?
No no no, press THIS one first.
You should press this button first.
I am certain you press this one first.
This is the first button.
I am certain this is the first button.
First, press this one.
This really is the first button.
The first button is this one.
Please press this button first.
Button numero uno.
Maybe you should press this one first.
This one is the first button.
Number 1.
Press this button first, please?
ALWAYS press this one first.
Don’t press this one.
I am pretty sure this is the first button.
Press me first.
Will you press this button first?
No no, press THIS button first.
THIS, is the first one.
I’m pretty sure this is the first button.
Press. This. Button. First.