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Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: May 20th, 2017, 10:06 am
by Max1996
RucyL wrote:The spider? Because in japanese it can be pronounced "supaidaa" just like super, "suupaa". ^^
I'm thinking about the ones that were posted on 2016 but I don't know!
The food one maybe is a "pasta pot" bcs is a "passport"??? >.<


Sorry, but no for either.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: June 28th, 2017, 2:46 am
by Giogio
Max, I find your code-riddle (the DR2-D-10, DR1-D-07 and DR2-A one) intriguing, but I'm clueless. Would you be willing to give hints?
Is there a reason not all names are written in Kanji? Also 一二三 seems like a really odd first name, I wonder if that's a hint.

Btw, fun fact: In Taiwan, people write "3Q", with the same logic as your 39 riddle - 3='san' in Chinese as well, and Q='kyu' :D

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: June 29th, 2017, 9:18 am
by Max1996
Very well, then. I'll give one hint for all three riddles currently active.

Code-riddle: Dead or Alive. Keep in mind it was at a gaming convention. Also, two of the names are completely made up by myself.
Travel riddle: The correct answer is one of these:
1. Sausage (ソーセージ)
2. Egg (卵)
3. Cheese (チーズ)
4. Bread (ブレッド)
Super-riddle: Japanese for "super" is "chou".

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: August 17th, 2017, 7:45 pm
by bash7353
Butterflies are pretty super, I suppose. As for the food one, I'll say 2.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: August 18th, 2017, 5:09 am
by Max1996
Butterfly is correct!

Also, 2 is incorrect.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: August 18th, 2017, 10:55 am
by bash7353
Well, I meant 4.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: August 18th, 2017, 1:45 pm
by Max1996
4 is not it either.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: August 18th, 2017, 2:30 pm
by bash7353
Oh, could it be 地出ず?

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: August 18th, 2017, 4:08 pm
by Max1996
Cheese? That is it, because the Japanese term for "map" is "Chizu" (地図)

As for the code riddle, consider that one completely scrapped.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: August 18th, 2017, 7:24 pm
by bash7353
Well, チーズ has a long 'chi' while 地図 has a short one. 出ず read いず is an archaic way of saying 'to leave', so one could argue that 地出ず is pronounced the same way チーズ is and means 'to leave a place', although most people would probably read it ちでず and interpret it as 'not leaving a place'.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: August 19th, 2017, 4:49 am
by Max1996
bash7353 wrote:Well, チーズ has a long 'chi' while 地図 has a short one. 出ず read いず is an archaic way of saying 'to leave', so one could argue that 地出ず is pronounced the same way チーズ is and means 'to leave a place', although most people would probably read it ちでず and interpret it as 'not leaving a place'.

Remember what I said when I first posted that riddle? I said it was Agasa-approved, hinting at the fact it's the sort of pun he would come up with.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: November 13th, 2017, 3:55 pm
by Kogorou
Wow this is still around :) Awesome. Just dropping by:
Max1996 wrote:...

As for the code riddle, consider that one completely scrapped.


NOOOO!!!!!
The great Mouri Kogorou will solve this now. Please please sit down and have a bear.

Let's read the riddle again:

Max1996 wrote:Forget my past riddles. I have come up with a brand-new murder riddle. This may be the hardest one I came up with, or the easiest. It all depends on if you know where to look.

The victim, Mioda Ibuki (澪田 唯吹), the host of a large gaming convention, was found to have been murdered by strangulation. Because she had a strong build, it would've been impossible to pull it off without two accomplices restraining her. Among the people who were at the conference, 12 people have no alibi. Those were (Please note: These names are written according to the Japanese style of lastname-firstname):
Enoshima Junko (江ノ島 盾子)
Nidai Nekomaru (弐大 猫丸)
Maizono Sayaka (舞園 さやか)
Nakajima Kazuo (中島 和夫)
Yamada Hifumi (山田 一二三)
Komaeda Nagito (狛枝 凪斗)
Saionji Hiyoko (西園寺 日寄子)
Ishimaru Kiyotaka (石丸 清多夏)
Kato Hinata (河十 向日葵)
Pekoyama Peko (辺古山 ペコ)
Kuzuryu Fuyuhiko (九頭龍 冬彦)
Fujisaki Chihiro (不二咲 千尋).

The victim's own planner revealed she was meeting with three people, but in her planner, there were cryptic codes used. Those being DR2-D-10, DR1-D-07 and DR2-A.

The victim's secretary knew exactly how she came up with the codes. When she explained it to the police, three of the suspects were immediately taken away. Who were these three?


And now listen to my deduction with another beer at hand:

Spoiler:
Dead or Alive nice clue ;) But wrong game :D But this lead me to something else because
Some names sounded familiar and I came up with the following: It's about Danganronpa 1 & 2. ( D1 / DR2 )
The code could be DanganRonpa #game-number followed by the death count or alive (A):

So a quick look inside my brain revealed the DR decoding:
Enoshima Junko (江ノ島 盾子) (Dangan Ronpa)
Nidai Nekomaru (弐大 猫丸) (Dangan Ronpa 2)
Maizono Sayaka (舞園 さやか) (Dangan Ronpa)
Nakajima Kazuo (中島 和夫) (No relation - made up)
Yamada Hifumi (山田 一二三) (Dangan Ronpa)
Komaeda Nagito (狛枝 凪斗) (Dangan Ronpa)
Saionji Hiyoko (西園寺 日寄子) (Dangan Ronpa 2)
Ishimaru Kiyotaka (石丸 清多夏) (Dangan Ronpa)
Kato Hinata (河十 向日葵) (No relation - made up)
Pekoyama Peko (辺古山 ペコ) (Dangan Ronpa 2)
Kuzuryu Fuyuhiko (九頭龍 冬彦) (Dangan Ronpa 2)
Fujisaki Chihiro (不二咲 千尋) (Dangan Ronpa)

And now to group them together and put some numbers on them:

Dangan Ronpa 1:
Enoshima Junko (江ノ島 盾子) D - 07 (Not double counting bad/good ends, and not counting Alter Ego)
Maizono Sayaka (舞園 さやか)
Yamada Hifumi (山田 一二三)
Komaeda Nagito (狛枝 凪斗)
Ishimaru Kiyotaka (石丸 清多夏)
Fujisaki Chihiro (不二咲 千尋)

Dangan Ronpa 2:
Nidai Nekomaru (弐大 猫丸)
Saionji Hiyoko (西園寺 日寄子)
Pekoyama Peko (辺古山 ペコ) D - 10 (counting Monomi)
Kuzuryu Fuyuhiko (九頭龍 冬彦) - Alive

That leaves us with:
Pekoyama Peko (辺古山 ペコ) as DR2-D-10
Enoshima Junko (江ノ島 盾子) as DR1-D-07
Kuzuryu Fuyuhiko (九頭龍 冬彦) as DR2-A

I started counting the deaths and continued counting.
As you can see - the great detective Mouri Kogorou solved another case. Whahahahahaha...
So am I right or what

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: November 15th, 2017, 9:39 am
by Max1996
Kogorou wrote:Wow this is still around :) Awesome. Just dropping by:
Max1996 wrote:...

As for the code riddle, consider that one completely scrapped.


NOOOO!!!!!
The great Mouri Kogorou will solve this now. Please please sit down and have a bear.

Let's read the riddle again:

Max1996 wrote:Forget my past riddles. I have come up with a brand-new murder riddle. This may be the hardest one I came up with, or the easiest. It all depends on if you know where to look.

The victim, Mioda Ibuki (澪田 唯吹), the host of a large gaming convention, was found to have been murdered by strangulation. Because she had a strong build, it would've been impossible to pull it off without two accomplices restraining her. Among the people who were at the conference, 12 people have no alibi. Those were (Please note: These names are written according to the Japanese style of lastname-firstname):
Enoshima Junko (江ノ島 盾子)
Nidai Nekomaru (弐大 猫丸)
Maizono Sayaka (舞園 さやか)
Nakajima Kazuo (中島 和夫)
Yamada Hifumi (山田 一二三)
Komaeda Nagito (狛枝 凪斗)
Saionji Hiyoko (西園寺 日寄子)
Ishimaru Kiyotaka (石丸 清多夏)
Kato Hinata (河十 向日葵)
Pekoyama Peko (辺古山 ペコ)
Kuzuryu Fuyuhiko (九頭龍 冬彦)
Fujisaki Chihiro (不二咲 千尋).

The victim's own planner revealed she was meeting with three people, but in her planner, there were cryptic codes used. Those being DR2-D-10, DR1-D-07 and DR2-A.

The victim's secretary knew exactly how she came up with the codes. When she explained it to the police, three of the suspects were immediately taken away. Who were these three?


And now listen to my deduction with another beer at hand:

Spoiler:
Dead or Alive nice clue ;) But wrong game :D But this lead me to something else because
Some names sounded familiar and I came up with the following: It's about Danganronpa 1 & 2. ( D1 / DR2 )
The code could be DanganRonpa #game-number followed by the death count or alive (A):

So a quick look inside my brain revealed the DR decoding:
Enoshima Junko (江ノ島 盾子) (Dangan Ronpa)
Nidai Nekomaru (弐大 猫丸) (Dangan Ronpa 2)
Maizono Sayaka (舞園 さやか) (Dangan Ronpa)
Nakajima Kazuo (中島 和夫) (No relation - made up)
Yamada Hifumi (山田 一二三) (Dangan Ronpa)
Komaeda Nagito (狛枝 凪斗) (Dangan Ronpa)
Saionji Hiyoko (西園寺 日寄子) (Dangan Ronpa 2)
Ishimaru Kiyotaka (石丸 清多夏) (Dangan Ronpa)
Kato Hinata (河十 向日葵) (No relation - made up)
Pekoyama Peko (辺古山 ペコ) (Dangan Ronpa 2)
Kuzuryu Fuyuhiko (九頭龍 冬彦) (Dangan Ronpa 2)
Fujisaki Chihiro (不二咲 千尋) (Dangan Ronpa)

And now to group them together and put some numbers on them:

Dangan Ronpa 1:
Enoshima Junko (江ノ島 盾子) D - 07 (Not double counting bad/good ends, and not counting Alter Ego)
Maizono Sayaka (舞園 さやか)
Yamada Hifumi (山田 一二三)
Komaeda Nagito (狛枝 凪斗)
Ishimaru Kiyotaka (石丸 清多夏)
Fujisaki Chihiro (不二咲 千尋)

Dangan Ronpa 2:
Nidai Nekomaru (弐大 猫丸)
Saionji Hiyoko (西園寺 日寄子)
Pekoyama Peko (辺古山 ペコ) D - 10 (counting Monomi)
Kuzuryu Fuyuhiko (九頭龍 冬彦) - Alive

That leaves us with:
Pekoyama Peko (辺古山 ペコ) as DR2-D-10
Enoshima Junko (江ノ島 盾子) as DR1-D-07
Kuzuryu Fuyuhiko (九頭龍 冬彦) as DR2-A

I started counting the deaths and continued counting.
As you can see - the great detective Mouri Kogorou solved another case. Whahahahahaha...
So am I right or what

Spoiler:
3 points where you were way off.
1. Nagito is from DR2, not DR1.
2. If you go in order, the 7th in DR1 would be Hifumi.
3. By that same pattern, the 10th in DR2 would be Nagito.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: December 10th, 2017, 5:18 pm
by MDavid
Damn it feels good to see this thread alive.

Re: Kogorous Riddle Thread and eworms Deduction Thread

Posted: December 12th, 2017, 3:55 pm
by Max1996
MDavid wrote:Damn it feels good to see this thread alive.

Somewhat, I guess...