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It's All Greek to Me

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Puzzle ID:#21795
Fun:*** (2.14)
Difficulty:** (1.45)
Submitted By:tiggsAus**
Corrected By:4demo




There are three modern children, so obsessed with Greek mythology, that they've actually started to believe it. Each kid (Sarah, Christian, and Stacy) worship three different gods (Hermes, Helios, and Demeter) in three different countries (USA, Romania, and Greece).

1.The Herald of the gods is worshiped by the American girl.

2. Stacy used to use Drachma to buy things.

3. The one who lives in Bucharest loves the sun.

4. Stacy worships the Goddess.

5. Demeter's worshiper is the closest to Mount Olympus.

6. Christian shares his homeland with Dracula.

7. Had Sarah loved Roman Mythology, she would worship Mercury.

8. Sarah's country is the largest of the three.

Open Grid Solver


A herald is a messenger.

Largest countries
? Romania
? Greece
Country capitals
USA=Washington DC

Apollo was not the sun in Greek myth.


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Mar 26, 2005

it's a good one! keep on posting!
Mar 26, 2005

Mar 26, 2005

This was good because I liked having to think about my mythology lessons from high school, but I solved it by the 4th clue. The others were unnecessary. Good one!
Mar 27, 2005

i don't know anything about roman mythology, so it took me a couple of tries and the hint to get it right.....
Apr 04, 2005

I am definately not a geography guru, , but it was ok. Simple if you knew geography, but I like the twist of having other knowledge, which I didn't.
Apr 06, 2005

I dont think it was greek, to me it was some sort of alien language.
Apr 09, 2005

its a good teaser, but you didnt need all those clues...i only used like four of them...
Apr 09, 2005

This one was quite easy! i only had to use i clue.
Apr 09, 2005

i meant 'one (1)' clue and not 'i' clue. ooops!
Apr 11, 2005

That was cool!
Apr 12, 2005

great puzzle! kinda easy tho. the last few ones just kinda cemented the answers keep em comin!
Apr 20, 2005

The possible was not hard because of logis but because of the background knowledge that you needed about mythology and geography. I love mythology so I was halfway there.
Feb 08, 2006

Wow. I know NOTHING of Greek mythology, so it took me like ten minutes to figure everything out. Oh well. Great teaser though!
Aug 08, 2007

2 hard 4 me
Sep 19, 2007

In order to solve this you have to have some knowledge of mythology, and foreign currency. The only thing I knew for sure was that Demeter was a goddess. Other than that I guessed. You should not assume the reader has the same knowledge as you. When making a logic puzzle, you should assume that the reader only has the knowledge of the info you provide.
Mar 20, 2010

Why didn't they worship the Big Three? (Zeus, Poseidon, Hades)?
Nov 29, 2010

Cute little puzzle, but had it figured by the first 3 clues.
Apr 25, 2011

Very nice twist with the mythology. It's nice to use my knowledge of it once in a while!

You have too many clues. Otherwise, it was a very nice teaser. Good job and I hope to see more from you!
Jul 01, 2014

I found several of the clues duplicated each other, ie spends drachma - near Mt Olympus etc. It could have been refined to make it more difficult.
Oct 05, 2015

For Crocodile, (if you are still around after all these years ) Surely Hades was the land of the dead across the river Styxx? and not a Greek god?

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