It seemed a lot of people enjoyed my first Hex puzzle, so I’ve decided to begin a weekly series. From now till the heat death of the universe*, I shall endeavor to post a Hex Puzzle on Sunday for all to enjoy. Mundane folks do their crosswords, while you shall test your mettle upon Hex.
I’m going to consider my first puzzle a pilot episode, as it had quite a messy launch. These puzzles are convoluted to create, and I learned quickly that several pairs of eyes are required to catch unintentional victories. To such efforts, my own pledged guild, Steadfast, is currently patient enough to buzz over the initial drafts of each puzzle. Thanks!
Now, without further ado! Your Puzzle!
Its the beginning of your turn- you have already drawn your card, and it was The Kraken. Now you must decide what the Dopplegadget will copy!
Some might complain this is out of order- but in the interest of puzzling, let’s just ignore that.
This Puzzle assumes that costs can be reduced to 0 unless a card specifically says otherwise.
From now on, my official solution will be posted with the following week’s puzzle. That’s what the New York Times does, and though they don’t have much of a readership, I think it’s a good idea. I’m not sure yet how I will deal with comments that describe answers. Anyone have any opinion on that? Keep them in stasis or just approve everything?
*the Hex Universe