Various stretches of beach, maybe? Anyway, I'm not sure there's a whole lot of words where this is possible. I sort of stumbled on these with the help of a (long) list of 9-letter words and the Internet Anagram Server.
So what's up with the sudoku, you ask? Well, a week or two ago I was writing a couple of pages for the DMG about puzzles, and learned some things about how to make them. I like solving puzzles, though not ordinarily in the context of a D&D game. Anyway, last night I was home alone, at the end of a very long week of work (at the end of a very long month), and I was back in the situation I was in during my vacation in September: I didn't know what to do with myself without working. So I did the Scientific American Sci-doku, and the question occurred to me of whether you could do such a puzzle with two words, rather than just one. The intersection was interesting, so I went looking for words that would work in parallel. I stayed up way too late last night working on this one. The problem was not making the letters fit, but coming up with a set of givens I could put them into. I opted for an easier pattern today and managed to finish it, so hopefully I'll be able to sleep tonight.
Hope you enjoy it! Let me know what you think.
Sunday, December 23, 2007
Can't Find a Clever Title for This One
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