# Scysie

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1. ## [PUZZLE] Update "A little rain must fall"

Ugh, got in late on the puzzle, need to read up on everything.The horses seem to resemble Knights, which strengthens the whole chess thingie.
2. ## Dear Maxwell...

I've tried to bitly link most of the things, but didn't end up with anything.Been going so far to even try the first and last letters of "Seek and you will find" as bitly links. Ended up with nothing noteworthy.But these things should be posted in the appropriate topic, as this is a plea for Maxwell.
3. ## Dear Maxwell...

Spaz, did you insert the [342][123][213] code in your "Seek and you will find"? Oo
4. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

If I'm not mistaken, that one was for the bit.ly/HOWITALLBEGAN link, since we tried all sorts of links except all caps, which refers to the "TALK LIKE ME".

Knock knock!

An anagram?
7. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

Just googled it, and it refers to the Drake EquationTaken from wikipedia; N = the number of civilizations in our galaxy with which communication might be possible. R* = the average rate of star formation per year in our galaxy fp = the fraction of those stars that have planets ne = the average number of planets that can potentially support life per star that has planets fℓ = the fraction of the above that actually go on to develop life at some point fi = the fraction of the above that actually go on to develop intelligent life fc = the fraction of civilizations that develop a technology that releases detectable signs of their existence into space L = the length of time for which such civilizations release detectable signals into spaceQuite some space references in those white images. (Death Star, Tie Fighter and such...)
8. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

RANTS VOTED is an anagram for Don't Starve
9. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

Seek & you will find?
10. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

It just looked that one up, it's an equation that's also seen in the Simpsons:It refers to Fermat's Theorem. I've tried using it in the Max graph, making an IP out of it, but they all lead to nothing.
11. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

The Bit part is our "freshest" lead for now.
12. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

It's the second time in a reasonably small timeframe that we get [342][123][213] shoved infront of us, but what can we do with Bit?
13. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

Again with the Bit.
14. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

So it has to do something with lib/bil. Goomba knows something we don't and the first thing he said when he returned to topic was that we shouldn't forget about the code.
15. ## Winter's Tale - Morse Code (puzzle page)

Intentional [ Max ] quote or.. I don't know anymore. D: