Three doors that will lead to glory~
And if they had fewer than 3 people?
Well, they'd be in for a bad time.
Expected as much when they introduced the possibility of killing team mates. Pressing the button wasn't the challenge.
Was the useless one setting some sort of trap for when they return then?
a triangle has 3 sides...
where on earth is the faceless guy
In one door, there is a room filled with fire, in the other a lion that haven't eaten in 2 months, and in the third one a serial killer.
@Guest.... The other 2 die
Just making a stab in the dark, but I bet in each door there will be an 'option' to kill the other two. But when that option is chosen, the person who takes the option is killed instead.
@Wolf: there are twelve contestants in total, but they are in separate areas. I figure the goal for this team of three is to rejoin a hub where they'll meet the other teams that got out of their trials.
They may be in four groups of three, or the groups may have varied sizes. Perhaps there's just one other team with nine people.
There's a total of four cleaners, and Three, the faceless guy, is the last one. Things must be quite complex for the team who have him with him, sine he's a weird monster who can't speak. And things must be even more complex for the teams, if any, who don't have any cleaner.
3 doors, 3 people... like the sides of a triangle! ILLUMINATI CONFIRMED.
@Guest - A good question.
Uh-oh... probably a prisoner's dilemma...
@Whispers of Sorrow
Levin went down the hallway to see the 5 on the wall.
Seems like some Game Theory is going to be tested...
You don't last long in Lorg by being an idiot, certainly not long enough to become a celebrity. Levin is likely the most dangerous person in the room, given his expertise in every "game show" Red Mind has to offer...
@Kscope Yeah i am going with prisoners Dilemma coming too.
or the Thing from the last Zero game.which is similiar
Probatly they have to choose someone else to die and the one who gets Chosen by two dies. so the only way how they can avoid it will be if they choose each choose a different one. or something like this.
Maybe they'll lead to...3dom!
Good at: Mathematical puzzles, item analysis, finding and repairing.
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