The point I was pushing for is the bad guy isn't required to leave the correct answer lying around for us. Leaving us a set of clues (IE the book at the beginning) with a couple of right answers and a couple of mixed up answers seems not only acceptable but intelligent. And why, after setting us up, would they leave the correct answer lying around where we can stumble across it? Seems like it'd defeat the purpose of setting up the trap in the first place.
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Founder of the (D.W.A.T) Elf Rebellion and Supporter of the H (alfling). I(ntel). T(eam).
Guild Leader of The Faithless Constructs.
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