The Legend of Zelda Logic Grid
Link, Zelda, and Ganondorf fought three different evil creatures. The creatures were an octorock, an iron knuckle, and a poe. They fought them with three different weapons, too. The weapons were a bow and arrows, magic, and a sword. Also, Zelda is a girl and Link and Ganondorf are boys. Determine who fought what creature and with what weapon.
1. Ganondorf did not fight a creature with the same number of syllables in his name.
2. The iron knuckle was not fought against with magic.
3. The girl fought the octorock.
4. Link has a sword and did not fight the poe.
5. Zelda fought with the bow and arrows.
Comments on this teaser
|Posted by jubu42||06/17/08|
|good brainteaser fun|
|Posted by brain23||06/17/08|
|Not that good, in my opinion. I don't like the 3-slot logic grids that much, and you had sort of obvious clues. It's good to hide your clues in a story. Try making another one and see how it goes!|
|Posted by deepsea||06/17/08|
|You stayed true to the game with the weapons each one used, good job.|
|Posted by dreamlvr1432||06/18/08|
|The first 2 clues were not needed. All necessary info was found in last 3 clues.|
|Posted by ltstar107||06/19/08|
|Posted by MissiM29||06/20/08|
|this one would've been really easy if i had played Zelda, i didn't realize Zelda was a girl...hmm i was outside instead of playing video games haha :roll:|
|Posted by june12||06/21/08|
|way too many clues|
|Posted by lilliandulcia||06/22/08|
|First 2 weren't needed, but decent for an easy one otherwise.|
|Posted by chiliwormeater4||06/24/08|
|This was a nice teaser, a little easy but it wasn't bad.
|Posted by nerdyiscool||07/01/08|
|Don't get me wrong, Legend of Zelda is amazing, but this teaser was far too easy for me. I don't like easy teasers. Sorry.|
|Posted by friesaregood||07/13/08|
|Posted by Rileyd||01/26/14|
|I thought it said Link did fight the Poe :oops:|
|Posted by sciencesteven||03/21/14|
|Fun teaser! :D|
|Posted by ghostwolf1468||01/29/15|
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