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Battles For the Gods

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Puzzle ID:#29529
Fun:*** (3)
Difficulty:*** (2.43)
Submitted By:medster99*
Corrected By:medster99




There was once a massive evil being, so grand that it took gods from all over the world to just defeat his minions. Each minion needed to be fought with a special weapon in a special place or they would never die. Also, since gods are busy people, they could choose the date of the fight. The gods decided who would use what weapon, when, and where, based on if they could use the weapon well, if they liked the battleground or not, and if they were free that day. If they liked the battleground, then they would fight there. There were five minions, five dates, five gods, five battlegrounds, and five weapons:

5 Gods: Thor, Zeus, Ra, Apophis and Loki
5 Minions: Fiery Fiend, Metal Eye, Anti-God, Giant Worm, and the Undead Cyclops
5 Weapons: Heavenly Spear, Diamond Dagger, Doomsword, Night Bow and Staff of Fury
5 Battlegrounds: Easter Island, Stonehenge, Camelot, Sherwood Forest and Avalon
5 Dates: March 17, December 25, February 14, January 1, and December 31

Can you find out which god fought which minion where, when and with what weapon?

1) Loki did not fight the Fiend, but did use the Bow.
2) Thor fought about 283 days before Zeus.
3) The one who fought the Cyclops is the one who fought on Dec. 31.
4) The one who fought the Fiend, who fought at Camelot on Jan. 1 didn't use the Dagger.
5) The Spear user fought on Easter Island on March 17.
6) The one who fought in Sherwood Forest fought on Dec. 31.
7) Ra fought with the Sword in Avalon.
8) The Fiend was fought by Apophis.
9) The Giant Worm was defeated at Stonehenge.
10) The Anti-God was defeated on March 17.

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Apr 04, 2006

Very good story to go along with it. Enjoyed it! Keep them coming.
Apr 04, 2006

i like it a lot, but counting 283 days was a pain...
Apr 04, 2006 has a nifty calculator for figuring out the number of days...I figured it had to be between March and one of the December dates.
Apr 04, 2006

Good tough one! Fun!
Apr 04, 2006

yeah the counting was what took longest...but I did it right, YAY!
Apr 04, 2006

May I ask why you combined the greek and norse gods together, thats the only thing that stumped me. Well, other than that, good teaser, i liked it.
Apr 04, 2006

and egyptian gods, can't forget them.
Apr 04, 2006

Well, I'm a major fan of stargate sg-1, so the Norse and Egyptian gods were from that, but I threw in Zeus for variety.
Apr 04, 2006

easy, but fun

I loved it!!!
Apr 05, 2006

I agree that the hardest part, which was really more time consuming than hard, was the days thing. Not bad tho. Keep em coming!
Apr 12, 2006

I love mythology and enjoyed the puzzle based on it. Looking forwrd to another challenge.
Apr 16, 2006

Good job...
Aug 23, 2007

Ugh, I couldn't do it. I probably was looking way into it, or looking at it way too long! But I ended up just making guesses, because I was so frustrated.

I think it was the 283 day clue that threw me off.

Nice teaser though, they're supposed to be challenging.
Jul 06, 2008

nice story and teases i'm hoping for more like this one from you , that was a five star teaser
Aug 18, 2010

Who's Apophis?

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