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I know how it is; I don't like it when I'm browsing a site and I accidentally trigger an awful flash ad where a big, freakish i Phone starts singing at me. That's why here on the Let's Play Archive we'll only ever serve up nice banners that behave properly. It's all to do with Durler's completely original game of Hells. The Archive is a personally-funded hobby, and without donation/advert revenue we won't be able to keep it going. In Hells, Durler picks four of the Nine Hells of D&D cosmology, and we have to guess what they are and in what order.
He also despises Avernus, the first Hell, and never chooses it at all. Then regale me with the tale of how I managed to break laws I know by heart and whose existence you learned of mere minutes ago.
You can use Avernus as a wildcard to pinpoint which exact Hells are in Durler's answer. ) never repeats himself - never choose the same Hell twice in a round. Thankfully someone at Obsidian worked out the probabilities and included them in the script comments. : You claim that Faras fulfilled all of the conditions of the contract of his own volition, correct?
So without further ado: *** Notes on number of posssibilities *** Normal Master Mind has 6^4 = 1296 possibilities, and 10 guesses Hells has 9^4 = 6561 possibilities.
Notes: The player can learn some additional info about what things the demon will pick: - he never chooses Avernus, the first plane of hell - 8^4 = 4096 possibilities - he never chooses a duplicate in his combination - 9P4 = 3024 possibilities - he will always choose Nessus, the last plane of hell, first - 9^3 = 729 possibilities With all info this becomes 7P3 = 210 possibilities : Never mind that, I'll be captured by a hag if I step out of this inn in my skivies. There were originally four thralls to be freed, the fourth being a genasi mage of some sort.
Well, sir, I suppose I've no need to wish you good fortune, for you've taken all of mine. I'm not sure if he was just an earlier iteration of this guy or a separate dreamer in his own right. He signed a minor contract with a baatezu - a devil from the Nine Hells - and has just been informed that his soul is forfeit.