• Guard 1:ONE OF US SPEAKS NOTHING
BUT TRUTH
Guard 2: THE OTHER NOTHING BUT
Wizard: ok, i know this, we have to ask..
Barbarian: *takes ax and kills the first
guard*
Wizard: WHAT THE HELL
Barbarian: *to remaining guard* is he
dead
Guard 2:NO
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    • The trick is you only have one question and only one will respond, so you have to ask a question that tells you where to go regardless of who tells the truth. One solution is to ask “What would the other say is the right path” in both cases, they will say the wrong path, and you go down the other
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    • It’s still only one question
      ack_ack 3 jul
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    • Theyre both liars. If the first guy tells the truth, then the other is lying about someone always lying. Either way their intro creates a logical paradox
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    • Couldn’t you just ask something objectively true like “can penguins fly”?
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    • Wait but if Guard 2 was the one that always lied then why did it tell the truth when it said theres a guard that always lies in the beginning.
      o3ob 3 jul
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    • This is why they usually limit the number of questions you can ask
      xyloking 3 jul
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    • *kicks guard in the balls* DID YOU FEEL THAT, MOTHAF*CKA?
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    • The setup doesn’t make sense because they both told the truth
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    • Guard 1 is the truth teller, because he tells the truth about ONE OF THEM telling the truth, guard 2 says THE OTHER GUARD tells lies. You don't even need to ask a question
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    • Neither can speak true though, at least in this context. If the one who said that one is a liar lied, then they are both liars since he lied, so that means the other has to lie for the liar’s statement to be false. If the one who said one speaks true lied then neither can speak true because...
      Haberak 3 jul
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    • IQ 200 Barbarian be like
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    • You know in this situation, having the guards say their respective statements, no matter which way you spin it guard 1 being the liar or the truth teller, the first two statements make a paradox
      RyanRocs 4 jul
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    • They are both Liar the riddle doesn't work unless they both start out lying or truthing
      toiam 4 jul
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    • If each of them says “one speaks truth and one speaks lies” the “liar” is inherently telling the truth by saying one lies and/or one tells truth because both of those sentences are factually true
      jixy17 4 jul
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    • HA I WATCHED YUGIOH.. I KNOW THIS ALREADY.
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    • The first part straight up reminded me of S1 of Yu-Gi-Oh! when they were dueling Para and Dox.
      Webber07 4 jul
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    • But they can't say the rules themselves like that. One is lying, which invalidates the whole game. You now have no idea.
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    • but that gives you no context about which door to take
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    • Well it worked.
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    • Just ask if there are two of them.
      queazyal 3 jul
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    • But one of them was lying to begin with.
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    • ask a math question. is 2+2=4. the one that lies will say no.
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    • Guard 2: your momma ain't a hoe.
      Cacaonut 4 jul
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    • Splendid you brilliant brute !
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    • What question are you supposed to ask because I would ask if the one telling the truth is alive
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    • Legitimately, what's the question you ask?
      Rethos 3 jul
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    • Guard 2 has to be truth teller because it would be impossible to tell lie about telling lies if other had spoken
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    • Ask, "Are you standing in front of this door?" *pointing at door*. You have your answer.
      Jackis0 3 jul
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    • Anyone who's seen labyrinth, knows this
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    • I love how no one stops to think "what if they are both liars" lol
      Xeshi 4 jul
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    • That's a great way to die
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    • After something like this the person in my group would say “At ease citizens no need to thank me”
      FLIX101 4 jul
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    • Guard 2 can't be the liar, as if he is the liar, then what he's saying is true, which is a paradox.
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    • Well....i mean.....yes...
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    • He didn’t have to k.illthe guard. Maybe slap one guard and ask the other “is he in pain”
      Pacman01 3 jul
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    • “Which path would the other guard say is the correct path?” Then just take the other one
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    • For all the confused ppl the original story is you come to 2 doors with 2 guards one door is freedom the other is death. One guard can only tell truth the other only lies but you don't know which. You have 1 question. Answer being "if i want to live, which door will the OTHER guard send me through".
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    • Just ask one of them am I standing in front of you right now
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    • @kjnn
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    • I would just ask “do you know who I am?”
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    • The barbarian would attack the gaurd and then have to ask the fighter to finish him on his turn
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    • What color is my shirt
      HotCoals 3 jul
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    • I whip out my dick and ask if its big. I either get a no or a lie.
      dell420 3 jul
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    • Couldn’t you just trick the system by asking a simple question with one answer? Like “is my shirt blue” or “whats 5+5”
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    • Ok the answer to this is that guard one tells nothing but the truth, and guard 2 can either lie or tell the truth, making his statement a lie. Which has no impact on guard one who tells the truth
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    • Hold up but like if Guard 2 always lies, but says at the beginning he always lies... 🤔🤔
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    • Could’ve just thrown a rock man
      Skeek 3 jul
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    • Big bro here! Im here to chat once again with anyone who would like to negative or positive! But thanks to everyone who subscribed AND those who came out i hit 200 so soon and it's really appreciated!
      BigBro 3 jul
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    • if one guard says that one speaks only truth and the other guard says that one speaks only lies.. than isnt one already lying?
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    • Well here is how I see it. The first guy says "one of us tells nothing but truth" which is true considering the second says "that other says nothing but lies". That guard is referring to the other guard telling nothing but lies, but since the first had to give a true statement, it would make sense
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    • They never said you only get 1 question. Barb knows what he’s doing
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    • Each and every one of you has forgotten that you only get to ask one question. Also, this one is worded wrong. normally an outside observer tells you that one person only tells the truth and one tells lies.
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    • You had only one question though. Congrats you found the liar but not the door to go through
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    • Originally its 2 guards (one an angel that tells the truth & the other a demon who lies) in front of 2 doors. One heaven & one hell. You can only ask ONE question to find out and enter one door. The question you ask is, (part 1)
      DrSparkZ 4 jul
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    • In setting up the scenario, the lying one is telling the truth
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    • It goes to show there are always other options
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    • Wait. If the second can say nothing but lies wouldn't he have been lying when he said that therfore making it true. Bruh i hate these paradoxes.
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    • *holds up sword* "Am I holding a sword?" Boom, done.
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    • Isn't also that you can only ask yes or no questions?
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    • If the 2 guards say each of the lines: guard 1:"one of us speaks only the truth" and guard 2: "and one of us nothing but lies" then we are supposed to believe that they both ate telling the truth in that moment. Which renders what they said null
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    • Wait guard 2 didn’t lie when explaining the directions
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    • Why not just ask what the color of the ground is or somethin?
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    • One of us tells truth the other lies. Can you defeat us to claim your burger and fries?
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    • Tell them your name and then ask them what your name is
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    • What's 1+1
      poddzorg 3 jul
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    • Literally just ask if the skies blue or something lol its not so hard
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    • What if they were both lying, as they implied that one was telling the truth in the first place, therefore it prevents the paradox
      babbit09 3 jul
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    • Just ask one if your hair color is (whatever your color is)
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    • Is he saying the truth
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    • This is easy because the liar would either say that they both tell the truth or lie and the one that tella the truth will say otherwise
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    • Ask "which door will the other guard point me too?" And go in the opposite door
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    • Just ask what is 2 + 2
      DKF553 3 jul
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    • Workin smart, not hard...
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    • Both are liers. If the first guard is true then the second is telling a truth also. If the second is telling the truth then the first is lying meaning the truth isnt always the truth. It is a paradox unless both are lying.
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    • Is my cock longer than 1 inch, yes. No
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    • This is Labyrinth disguised as DnD
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    • Ask them what color a strawberry is?
      wAlLeE 7 jul
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    • What if the guy who says "The Other" was lying and really meant the first guy. That would meet the conditions.
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    • I like the one where Guard 1 says both these lines and complains about Guard 2 lying to him
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    • If Guard 1 is talking about themself this is not paradoxical. Guard 1 is the liar.
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    • Math. Do math
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    • Wouldn’t the second one not be lying though?
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    • But you can only ask one question
      PennName 6 jul
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    • Ask “Am I attractive” and the one that says “yes” you kiII
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    • What’s 1+1
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    • Isn’t this a riddle in one of Skyrim’s books?
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    • Barbarian: are you next. Gaurs 2: No. Barbarian: this one lair
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    • Y’all saying it doesn’t work, but consider that they both have the ability to both lie and tell the truth, but do that to try to stall people.
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    • 'Puts gun towards ones head.' "Am I pointing a gun at this one." 'Awates response.'
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    • Can you ask it a simple question like "is my penis big ?"
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    • Wo7ldnt that phrase be breaking that code they have? Seeing as how they both told the truth at the beginning?
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    • Just ask what color the sky is. One will say Blue and the other like orange or something
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    • Y’all are retarded. There are 2 doors. 1 leads to freedom the other doesn’t. You have 1 question to ask the guards to figure out which door is the correct one to take.
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    • Guard 1 is the truther, because guard 2 said "the other" instead of "one of us" like guard one said. If guard 1 was the liar he couldn't say that one of them the is the truther. But of course that doesn't matter if they are both liars, so that is when you ask a question you know the truth to.
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    • OK OK everyone knows the logic is flawed now can we just enjoy the funny joke lol
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    • Tell them your name, then ask them your name. The one who says the wrong name is the liar.
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    • Either the truth guard is capable of lying or the liar guy can tell the truth
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    • I never understood why this had to be so complex, couldn't u ask something like "is 2+2 equal to 4" and the one that is lying will tell u no, boom
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    • One must be speaking the truth about himself, while the liar is lying about the other guard. Both statements have to be applied to one individual, since if they're both talking about themselves, that breaks the rule
      Mesh 6 jul
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