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Puzzle 235: Polyominous 25

The numbers all go to eleven. Look, right across the board, eleven, eleven, eleven and. . .

Puzzle 234: Quad-Wrangle 11

I actually made this puzzle a few weeks ago, but didn't get around to actually vetting it until just today. The good thing about such circumstances is that I have less memory of the puzzle when I'm test-solving, making it a little more interesting. The bad thing, of course, is that it's slower, and who likes slow things?

Puzzle 233: Quad-Wrangle 10

No comment.

Puzzle 232: Twincognito 13

I think it's interesting to realize how many puzzles I've posted here in Dallas (almost 50 so far). I was scared that having to use a laptop would slow this blog down, but apparently not.

Puzzle 230: Writer's Block 2

Because tattoos are people's favorite things to put on skin! (My skin would react badly to one, so I can't have any.)

Puzzle 229: Writer's Block 1

No comment.

Rules -- Writer's Block


1. Divide the grid into pieces along the grid lines in accordance with the following rules.
2. Every set of symbols shown below the grid must be contained in a number of pieces containing those symbols, and no others. The number after the times sign indicates how many pieces must contain that set of symbols; for example, ABCDE × 5 means that 5 pieces must have one each of the letters A, B, C, D, and E.

Puzzle 221: Fencing Match 28

I know what you're thinking: "Another 31x45 giant puzzle? But this is puzzle 221! That's nowhere near a nice, round, special number!" Well, I don't give a darn. My muse led me to make a 31x45 giant puzzle, and I followed my muse, and I'm going to post it as puzzle 221. :)

As you can see, good things sometimes come in threes. Things like the numbers 0, 1, 2, and 3. (Sometimes, they also come in THREE's.)
Rules of Fencing Match
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