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EPP 10: The Abecedary was a puzzlehunt organized by Eric Harshbarger on March 26-27, 2011. It lasted 26 hours and consisted of 26 main puzzles, each based on a letter of the alphabet. Green Team, captained by Tracy Cobbs, won the competition.

GameplayEdit

EPP10 included 29 puzzles, including an opening run-around puzzle, 26 regular puzzles, a metapuzzle, and a hidden puzzle.

Team formation allowed for any number of players, provided the sum of their point worths didn't exceed 52 points. Each player was worth 6 + (1 if you have attended a puzzle party before) + (# of trophies won at a puzzle party).

Each puzzle was generally worth around 1000 points, and the team with the most points at the end of the game emerged the victor.

PuzzlesEdit

  • Run-around Puzzle
  • Normal Puzzles
    • EPP10: A is for ALPHABET CUBES
    • EPP10: B is for BORDERLINE CRAZY
    • EPP10: C is for CHECKMATE!
    • EPP10: D is for (unknown)
    • EPP10: E is for (unknown)
    • EPP10: F is for FOOTBALL FANS!
    • EPP10: G is for GROUP THEORY
    • EPP10: H is for HIGH TIMES
    • EPP10: I is for I'VE BEEN EVERYWHERE
    • EPP10: J is for JELLY BELLY
    • EPP10: K is for KETCHUP
    • EPP10: L is for LIFE
    • EPP10: M is for MIDNIGHT POKER
    • EPP10: N is for NEVER ENDING STAIRS
    • EPP10: O is for OFF BY ONE
    • EPP10: P is for (unknown)
    • EPP10: Q is for QR CODE
    • EPP10: R is for (unknown)
    • EPP10: S is for SCENE OF THE CRIME
    • EPP10: T is for TWELVE WORDS
    • EPP10: U is for UNITED STATES OF ALGEBRA
    • EPP10: V is for VERY LAST MINUTE
    • EPP10: W is for (unknown)
    • EPP10: X is for _XAMPLE TEX_
    • EPP10: Y is for (unknown)
    • EPP10: Z is for Z-O'CLOCK
  • Metapuzzle
  • Hidden puzzle

TeamsEdit

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