Wha'cha up to, Levin?
Is he plotting to lock them in or something?
A slightly more clever and sneery aristocrat? I'd never have thought.
repeating a lie verbatim, and taking "those puzzles" to mean just maths. clearly, Levin is more intelligent than we've previously realized.
also anti-spotlight. is that just for the comic, or does the reality-show also darken the screen whenever someone says something ominous?
He was lying, but does that make him more dangerous, or less?
Levin, levin... you can't possibly be thinking of closing the door behind them to get the shuttle all to yourself, right? ;)
End of chapter?
We kwew he was a a idiot from the get go the question is how much of an idiot he was.
What's this? Hidden depths?
He hits the button again to lock them in and BANG gun goes off! It's set to miss though, the door doesn't close, and the other two know exactly what he was trying to do.
This is a really weird time to suddenly betray the person you explicitly decided not to kill.
It's also a really weird time to walk down a dead end that gives other people permission to kill you.
...I don't even know what he's doing anymore.
He should have taken that gun. Even if not functional, is still can serve as a club.
The gun is attached to the board. Sadly, no random killing this time
it's Grafted on "pretty sturdy". does he have time to pry it off the post?
Go back and have a look through the last 10 pages. Youâll notice some faint (and important) markings on the wall. I believe Levin is the only one to know about these markings.
Recognizing prime numbers and knowing the prime number missing between two prime numbers off the top of your head are very different things, though...
I agree with silver.
just because you can see their primes doesn't mean you can find the missing ones
its a SERIOUS field of mathematics and the only reason why this would not be a challenge for even modern mathematics is because of computers.....so YES, they DO need her help.