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SPOILER ALERT!

 

SOLUTION TO PUZZLE POSTED BELOW!

 

 

 

In order to solve the puzzle you must find the values of B, C and D.

 

B can be solved by looking to the east wall (as stated on the north wall). The answer to the first word puzzle on the east wall (the one about honest people and liars) is that there is only one honest person. Therefore G =1. The second word puzzle is a red herring, because it already states on the north wall that the value of C will be found on the south wall. Just in case you're curious, however, the answer to that puzzle is that name of the coyboy's horse is "Friday". The answer to the third word puzzle is February. People sleep the least in February because its the shortest month. Therefore H=2. Since B=G+H, B must have a value of 3.

 

C can be solved by looking to the south wall. There are a total of 20 triangles in the cat. Adding the digits of 20 results in 2. Subtracting 1 from 2 results in 1. Doubling 1 results in 2. Adding 4 results in 6. Reducing by half results in 3. Adding 1 results in 4. Since 4 is two more than C, C must have a value of 2.

 

D can be solved by looking to west wall. #1 says that #2 is a true statement. Therefore #2 is a true statement. #2 says that #5 is a false statement. Since #2 is a true statement, #5 must be a false statement. #5 says #3 is a false statement. Since #5 is a false statement, #3 must be a true statement. #3 states that D is not equal to 9. Since #3 is a true statement we can eliminate nine as a value for D. #3 also states that #4 is a true statement. Therefore #4 must be a true statement. #4 says that D is not equal to 8. Since #4 is a true statement we can eliminate both eight and nine as values for D. #4 also states that #9 is a false statement. Therefore #9 must be a false statement. #9 states that D is more than 6. Since #9 is a false statement we know D must be lower or equal in value to 6, and thus can eliminate seven, eight and nine as values for D. #9 also states that #8 is a true statement Since #9 is a false statement, and that means #8 must be a false statement as well. #8 states that D=5. Since #8 is a false statement can can eliminate five, seven, eight and nine as values for D. #8 also states that #7 is a true statement if #4 was a true statement. #4 was a true statement, but since #8 is a false statement we can deduce that #7 is also a false statement. #7 states that D=0 if #8 was a false statement. Since #8 was a false statement, and so is #7, we can eliminate zero, five, seven, eight and nine as values for D. #7 also states that #10 is a false statement. Therefore #10 must be a true statement. #10 states that D is less than 4. Therefore we can eliminate four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and zero as values for D. D states that #6 is a true statement if #2, #4 and #7 were all true statements. #7 was not a true statement. Therefore #6 must be a false statement. #6 says that D is not equal to 1. Since #6 is a false statement D=1.

 

If you look back at the north wall you will see that it says that the values of D, E and F can all by found on the north wall.

 

We know that B=3, C=2, and D=1.

 

B is written on a yellow block. Therefore yellow = 3.

C is written on a red block. Therefore red = 2.

D is written on a blue block. Therefore blue = 1

 

A is written on an orange block. You get orange by adding yellow and red. Since yellow is equal to 3, and red to 2, orange must be equal to 5. Therefore A=5.

E is written on a green block. You get green by adding yellow and blue. Since yellow is equal to 3, and blue to 1, green must be equal to 4. Therefore E=4.

F is written on a purple block. You get purple by adding red and blue. Since red is equal to 2, and blue to 1, purple must be equal to 3. Therefore F=3.

 

Since we know that the code is ABCDEF, the solution to the Doom Room must be 532143.

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