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2:00 AM
pass 8
 
8: PLUS
 
contact 61
 
...
I'm an idiot
 
8 was PLUS
 
hehe
 
2:00 AM
Deusovi defending P L A
 
61 lives, 60 was PLUTARCH
 
31 dies, was PLEAD(ING)
 
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100 lives
 
61: PLANTING? :/
 
no 61
 
2:01 AM
8: 2-D
 
contact 8
 
contact 8
 
100: PLATONIC SOLID? I know their duals are also platonic solids, but the idea of a dual is not restricted to platonic solids at all
8: PLANE
 
8 was PLANE
 
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100 no
 
2:02 AM
uncontact 100
 
any contacts?
 
uncontact 61
 
33: disaster
 
56: Friendly favor
 
33: PLAN?
 
2:03 AM
nope
 
60: flatworm
 
Contact 33?
 
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101: FLEXIBLE
 
contact 101
 
101: PLASTIC
 
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2:04 AM
yes
 
uncontact 101
 
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101': ...
 
101': PLATE?
 
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no
 
pass 33
 
2:06 AM
33: PLAGUE?
 
yep
 
Deusovi defending P L A C
 
56 dies
guesses
 
60 dies, was PLANARIAN
so does 61, PLAYING
 
56 was PLATONIC SOLID
 
2:06 AM
pff
okay, that's pretty funny
 
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100 dies was PLANAR
 
oh graphs not solids
 
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101' dies was PLA
 
60: poster
 
yeah, that's what I was confused about too
@0 ' explain?
 
2:07 AM
contact 60
 
44: Calm them down
 
Contact 60
 
60: PLACARD
 
surprised no one got playing in a field
 
contact 44
 
2:08 AM
@Deusovi yep on 60
 
Contact 44
 
@HelkaHomba which 60?
 
pass 44
 
44: PLACATE?
 
my last 60 PLANARIAN is dead
 
2:08 AM
dingo
 
gah.
 
> flatworm
 
Deusovi defending P L A C I
 
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@Deusovi PLA is a variety of plastic
 
5: Big lake
 
2:09 AM
pass 5
 
Wait for contact!
 
@FunkyComputerMan a planarian is a flatworm
 
contact 5
 
@HelkaHomba Oh ok
 
pass 5
 
2:10 AM
is 5 PLACID
 
PLACID was indeed my word
(meaning "calm", hence my previous pass)
 
Are we to play again?
I should really do linear algebra homework but I can play another myself
 
I'll still play
 
o/
 
2:12 AM
me too, though I may have to leave in the middle
 
Wheat Wizard defending W
 
1: You.
 
contact 1
 
1: Wheat
1: WIZARD
 
Both were acceptable.
 
2:14 AM
I would have done that as "1, 2: You"
2: <
3: ^^
 
60: Ensign Crusher, also a WW
 
looks like it's symbol time today
 
yes on 2
 
60: WHIL WHEATION
 
2:15 AM
@Deus did you see this NaA I posted: puzzling.stackexchange.com/a/55699/30903
Hi @Sp3!
 
just took care of it
 
@FunkyComputerMan I think it's WIL but yep, close enough
 
5, 6, 7. ...
 
3 has already been used
 
4. Tomorrow is in front of him (I'm giving this clue until someone gets it)
 
2:17 AM
34: Tight bump-forming folds on a flexible material.
 
@ATaco, 7 has been used
 
5,6,7: Wah, wuh, wah
 
contact 34
 
no, no, no
 
8: cry
 
2:19 AM
8: WANNA
 
vtc 8 too broad
 
61: put on your Sunday clothes there's lots of this out there
 
nope
 
contact 8?
 
@JoelHarmon Whats 34
8: WAIL
 
2:19 AM
get as many contacts on 8 as possible
 
nope
 
contact 8
 
> 34: Tight bump-forming folds on a flexible material.
 
8': ...
 
8'/8: WHINE
 
2:20 AM
(I had forgotten to embolden the text)
 
8' is not WHINE
 
nope on 8
 
Contact 8..?
 
contact 8/8'
 
did not realize how broad that was
 
2:20 AM
Contact 8'
 
4: WEST (wind maybe)
 
4 is not WEST
 
8: WEEP
 
8 WHIMPER?
 
2:22 AM
(I just noticed that was already guessed.)
 
yep
 
8: WEEP?
 
Weat Whizard defending W H
 
who would have thought that there were so many w words that mean "cry"
 
Was 8 Whimper or Weep..?
 
2:23 AM
weep
 
5, 6, 7, 8' die: guesses?
 
34 dies, was WRINKLES
 
weni widi wici
 
61 dies as WORLD
 
hey, that was 5 too!
 
2:24 AM
world wide web?
 
yup
8' died also. any guesses?
 
62: on some fingers
 
8' whinge?
 
Contact 62.
 
8' was WILLOW
 
2:24 AM
10: the color the text after this is
 
contact 10
 
Contact 10.
 
10: WHITE
 
yep
 
contact 62
 
2:26 AM
35: Carefree
 
Give me a second I have forgotten my word
 
contact 35
 
oh, yes, 3 dies, was WOULD
sorry for the confusion
 
ok remembered
35: WHIMSICAL
 
11: Knock knock ...
 
2:28 AM
11: WHOS
 
yep
 
35 is Whimsical.
 
@ATaco @Alconja
 
2:33 AM
@Alconja ..? My guess isn't very good.
 
sorry
62: whorls
?
 
yep 62 is WHORLS in fingerprints
 
(Thanks god, I had nothing)
 
wheat wizard defending W H A
 
20: hit something hard
 
2:35 AM
36: The sea creature you definitely thought of
 
contact 20
contact 36
 
6. Press Your Luck square
 
20: WHACK
 
contact 6
 
contact 20, 36
 
2:35 AM
20 is WHACK
 
Ooh, Whack is a nice sound.
 
36: WHALE
 
4 update: ...Who's to his left?
 
20': Similar sound
 
36 is WHALE
 
2:36 AM
contact 4
 
20': WHAM
 
Contact 20'
 
20' correct
 
finally
 
passss 4
 
2:36 AM
ok @MikeQ, don't let me down
 
4 WHAT('S ON SECOND)
 
that's correct!
 
Naturally!
 
(the pitcher's name is Tomorrow)
 
Oh, I know that reference.
 
2:37 AM
I forgot about the pitcher
 
Abbott and Costello, right?
 
wheat wizard defending W H A R
 
yup
 
Who's on third? @Deus
 
6 is WHAMMY
 
2:38 AM
@MikeQ No, Who's on first.
 
@MikeQ No, Who's on first.
 
Wrong, I don't know
 
5. Dock
 
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contact 5
 
contact 5
 
2:39 AM
contact 5
 
(5. Best $5 Dominion card: +2 cards +1 buy now and next turn) ... contact 5
 
contact 5 :P
 
I like Mine alot
 
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5 wharf
 
2:39 AM
and throne room throne room is great
 
 
WHARF is my word
 
thought so
can't defend right now, should be doing graph theory homework
 
I should be doing homework too
need to log off
 
@Deusovi Speed round by defending a 1-letter word
 
2:41 AM
ATaco: Defending A
Direct Hit
Ono
 
defend the empty string
 
... and then how does the game begin
 
well, at the beginning you reveal a letter
and when you can't reveal another letter, the game is over
 
@ppperry By defending the empty string, I suppose.
 
"Deusovi defending: congratulations, that was my word!"
 
2:42 AM
Out of bounds index exception
 
And then who would go next?
@ATaco if you defend a one letter word, it doesn''t matter whether it's a direct hit
 
No, Tomorrow's going next
 
But Who's going first?!
 
Naturally.
 
(I Don't Know)
 
2:47 AM
Random selection: @Sp3000 can go first
 
function random() { return "@Sp3000"; }
 
On lunch break so I dunno how long I'll be here, but sure I can go for a bit
Sp3000 defending: S
 
1: This word must be
 
2: lunch, maybe
 
contact 1
 
2:51 AM
3: Random...
contact 2?
 
2. ... supper? satiating? scrumptious?
 
2: none of those
 
3. sample?
1. Scrabble-legal
 
3: incorrect
1: correct
 
60: KSP's S
 
2:52 AM
contact 3
 
contact 60
 
contact 60
 
60. Space
 
1': ... word
 
yep 60
 
2:53 AM
1'. Secret
 
3. Selection
 
1', 3: correct
4:
 
contact 4
 
4. Strategy
 
2:55 AM
61: Inspector Javert's song
 
4: correct
 
5. Recursive
contact 61
 
6: Enter below
6': 5 times
 
contact 6, 6'
 
6. ...submit?
 
2:57 AM
6: incorrect
 
5. Self-similar? (struggling to find a fitting word)
6. Shift, 6'. Sticky keys?
 
@Sp3000 I think that's close enough to self-referential
 
6, 6': correct
6'': What enter does here
 
contact 6''
 
6''. Send
 

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