On the Subject of Security Council

You are on this council, but we do not grant you the rank of Permanent Member.

  • This module contains 3 action buttons, a name display, a stage counter, and 5 flag displays on the left. These flags represent 5 of the 10 nations currently on the United Nations Security Council SCSC (Steel Crate Security Council). The stage counter starts at “00” and adjusts with every solved module.
  • Every time a non-ignored module is solved, the solved module’s name is placed on the name display, and an action must be taken before the next solve.
  • Selecting an incorrect action will result in a strike. The module’s name will remain on the display until the correct action is used.
  • The possible actions and their corresponding buttons are establishing peace (a peace sign), deliberating (a right arrow), and authorizing military force (a sword).
  • Every 10 stages, the 5 non-permanent members of the Security Council will cycle out and another 5 sets of flags will be displayed on the module. These countries’ conditions replace the 5 old countries’ conditions.
  • Once all other modules have been solved, the flag displays will reveal the 5 permanent members of the Security Council. In this final state, press the action button that has had the most successful presses. If there is a tie, press any of the tied buttons. The module will solve after this press, but will strike on an incorrect press and wait for a correct press.
  • Performing an action without a module being prompted will result in a strike. Solving another module before selecting the correct action for a previously-solved module will result in a strike and replace the pre-existing module’s name with the newly solved module’s name. The correct action for the replaced module does not count towards the final’s state’s tally.

The Security Council’s Voting System, Members, and Conditions

  • Each country comes with a condition that is applied to the module during each voting process. If the condition is true, the country puts forth 1 vote. If not, the country does not affect the vote count.
  • The SCSC always includes five Permanent Members that are not displayed on the module. These countries are China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. For the purposes of this module, these countries’ votes are weighted equal to the other five members of the Security Council (1 vote).
  • Based on the numbers shown on each action, select the action that has the total vote count on its number range.
  • When reading the chart, the module being voted on was the Nth module solved on the bomb. The stage counter displays N for the module currently on the name display to eliminate ambiguity. When N will go over 99, N will modulo back to 0.
Flag Name Conditions
Australia The module’s name starts and ends with the same character.
Barbados N plus the alphabetic position of the first letter (it does not need to be the first character) of the module name is a multiple of 4. If no valid letter applies, use 0 as the value
Côte d'Ivoire The module’s name is more than 10 letters long (disregarding numbers and non-valid characters).
Canada The module’s name contains Z, Q, X, J, V, or K.
China N modulo 5 equals the number of batteries.
Colombia N is less than the number of letters in the module name
Ecuador The module is a vanilla or Not Vanilla module.
Fiji There is no A in the module name.
France The module’s name contains exactly two of the three of the following letters: R, E, S.
Guinea There are no repeated vowels in the module name.
Flag Name Conditions
Ireland The condition for the United Kingdom was false.
Jamaica There is no E in the module name.
Kazakhstan N plus 10 is prime.
Liberia The module’s name contains the words “Simon” or “Morse”.
Malaysia The module’s name is less than 9 letters long (disregarding numbers and non-valid characters).
Mali N is a perfect square. This condition is also true if N is one number behind or above a perfect square.
New Zealand There is no I in the module name.
Russia No other Permanent Member of the SC’s condition is true.
Slovakia The number of solvable bomb modules modulo by N is equal to 0.
Slovenia N modulo by the total number of vowels in the module name is equal to 0.
Senegal The module’s name contains the words “Button” or “Wire”.
Seychelles N is two more than a multiple of 5 (including 0).
Tunisia The number of letters in the module name is prime.
Flag Name Conditions
Turkey N times two is exactly one behind or ahead from being a prime.
Ukraine The module’s name contains the word “Cipher”.
United Kingdom The module’s name is exactly two words long.
United States of America The digital root of N is the last or first digit of the serial number.
Uruguay There is a letter that appears 3 or more times in the module name.
Venezuela N is divisible by 7, 8, or 9.
Zimbabwe The module’s name contains the word “Maze”.

Some (Really) Important Information and Guidelines

  • The only letters accepted by the module are the letters A-Z (uppercase and lowercase). Other letters like É are not accepted
  • Words are only separated by spaces. Numbers by themselves count as their own word. SYNC-125 [3] and Cursed Double-Oh are both two words long.
  • Prime numbers up to 200 include: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89, 97, 101, 103, 107, 109, 113, 127, 131, 137, 139, 149, 151, 157, 163, 167, 173, 179, 181, 191, 193, 197, 199.