THIS WEEKS PUZZLE - ends Next Wednesday, most likely "Today withdrawls loads it's the check hi the the a ______ ______ 1,000,000,000." What are the two missing words in this strange sentence? Please send ONLY the two words, with no other information. Answer: cool news

WOW this weeks is super easy just came out now so go quick Answer: Moehog ok so the question was asked on a seeminly blank page i copied the image, make the background black and the question asked, on the 404 error pages which is the pet on the right of the grundo its a moehog. easy.

Round:410 (this week's) conundrum: Suppose you only have 10 Neopoints, but you really want a Portable Kiln. How many tosses in "Double or Nothing" must you win in order to be able to afford a Portable Kiln in the Hidden Tower? answer:20

round 411 (this week) A local signmaker wanted to make a sign honoring all Neopets in Neopia. He took the names of all of the Neopet species in Neopia, and had each of the letters in their names hand carved on individual tiles, which he was going to put on display. However, at some point, all of the letters got all scrambled. (image of letters all mixed up) And when he got the tiles, he realized that he had forgotten one Neopet name! Oops! What Neopet did he forget to include? After lots of unscrambling.... He forgot ruki!

Round 415: There is a three-digit number containing three different digits where the first digit plus the number formed by the second and third digits, the first digit multiplied by the number formed by the second and third digits, and the sum of all three digits are all perfect squares. Answer: 916 9+16=25 (5x5=25) 9x16=144 (12x12=144) 9+1+6=16 (4x4=16)

Round 416: As Grimilix makes another trip through space, keeping a vigilant eye out for his missing leader, he happens to glance at the odometer. (Space ships have odometers, okay?!) As of that moment, he'd gone 14,941 billion kilometers. This, of course, is a palindrome. Two hours later, he looked again and the odometer showed a new palindrome. What was the average speed of the ship, in kilometers, in those two hours? Answer: 55 Billion Next palindrome is 15051 15051-14941=110 110/2 = 55 Not 100% sure how to input it. I went with 55 Billion but maybe 55000000000?

Round 417: When not attempting to escape from the spooky mansion of a crazed anagram lover, Gilly enjoys sane, relaxing word puzzles. She asked a friend for a word, and since it rarely happens in the Haunted Woods, the word chosen was SNOWING. Gilly deleted the letter N to form the word SOWING. She kept deleting one letter at a time, always creating a new word, until only one letter was left, and that was also a word. In what order did Gilly delete the letters? Enter ONLY the letters removed, in order, without spaces. Answer: NSOGWN or NOSGWN or NOWGSN. I found 3 answers, don't know which one or if all are correct. SNOWING SOWING OWING WING WIN IN I or... SNOWING SOWING SWING WING WIN IN I or... SNOWING SOWING SWING SING SIN IN I

Round #422 Question (briefly): You're very proud of your ten One Dubloon Coins. It's a pretty big deal, after all. Ten of them! Congratulations. You arranged them in a triangle. A pyramid of sorts. But, for Fyora's sake, it's upside down! Now you've done it. Now you have an upside down dubloon triangle and everyone is going to laugh at you. Better turn it right side up. But, you can only move three of the dubloons to complete this task. I don't make the rules, buddy! I just enforce them. [picture that I'm too lazy to link] Which three dubloons would you move to turn the pyramid right side up? List them in descending order, separated by spaces. ---- Answer: 10 4 1 Very easy, but I didn't get home until 10 PM, so there's definitely no chance for the avatar & trophy. Sorry, guys. Next time, though!

During your latest trip to the Ultimate Bullseye field, you noticed a new target being tested. Or, well, that's what you surmise, anyway, because all you see is the trusty Turtum and a new, larger target (see attached). Using this new target, how many well-placed arrows would it take you to reach a score of 120 if you were also lucky enough to get a Fire Hoop? Enter just the number. --- Answer: 2 This was just posted about 3-4 minutes ago. Go go go!

Arty loves to garden! In fact, he has quite a large one in the back of his shop that he keeps all to himself. It's 55 yards wide and 40 yards long with a diagonal path, one yard wide, running through it. Erm... maybe this will help: [see attached (semi-unhelpful) image] Okay, so, it's not to scale. Arty's a gardener, not an architect! Anyway, he'd like to cover the path with some nice pebbles, but he's unsure of how much he'll need to buy. First he needs to know how big the path is! --- Answer: 67 --- PM me if you're curious about my superior geometry skillz.

Charlie the Chia has spent a better part of the year running away from a scary Lupe named Boris. One day, Boris told Charlie, "I'm really tired of chasing you, so here is a riddle. If you answer correctly, I won't chase you any longer. Here it is: The day before yesterday, I was 3 years old, and next year I will be 6. You might think I am fibbing but this is actually true out of one day in a year. What day is my birthday?" Providing that Boris doesn't change his mind and eat Charlie for breakfast anyway, what is Boris the Lupe's birthday? Enter the correct answer in the following format below: Month of ____, Day ## --- Answer: Month of Celebrating, Day 31

Rohane decided to put Mipsy to the test using a complicated maths problem he learned from a wise old sage on some adventure somewhere, he forgets exactly. "Twelve plus twelve plus twelve plus twelve plus twelve plus thirty equals ninety," he said. "But it also equals another number. If you can tell me that number, you can skip cleaning duty tonight." Mipsy HATED cleaning duty! I mean, really, who likes cleaning duty? She's clever, though, and was on to his game. She came up with the following forumla and knew she was on the right track: [see image below] So, what number gets Mipsy out of cleaning duty? Enter just the number, without punctuation, or your answer will be marked wrong! ---- Caution: Because TNT is weird, there are two possible ways to explain the pattern seen in the image, one involves addition, and the other, well, nothing to do with numbers at all. -_- Personally, I think 848015 is more logical, but there is also a slight chance that the answer is "Seventy" (as in, the word, not 70). TNT doesn't always come up with the most logical response for their riddle. [...] --- Answer: 848015

This week's Lenny Conundrum is a day late, so it was actually just posted minutes ago. While hunting for artefacts in the Lost Desert, a group of Desert Scarabs came upon the following on a tomb wall. They pondered for a bit, and then realised the last, missing line was the key to everything! All they needed to do was solve the puzzle and treasures beyond their wildest dreams would be theirs for the taking. What is the 10th line? Answer: 13211311123113112211

Lenny Conundrum - Round #432 As seen above, you can arrange the digits 1-9 in a 3-by-3 grid so that the number formed in the first row can be multplied by 2 to form the number in the second row and by 3 to form the third row. It can be done a few different ways using a few different number combinations, but what is the one solution with a 5 placed in the centre square? Enter just the numbers found in each row in order, with a space between each. For example, the answer for the first grid shown above would be 219 438 657. ANSWER : 327 654 981 Have fun people!