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 leslie7
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#83237
Hi there,

I've read through the entire thread for this game under oct 2004 LG section and I couldn't find an answer to this.

For slot 2 since its from the 9th century I added /8 and /10 and for the Archeol. I then added /O and /G making it F.

I can't see how if we know that it's from the 9th century how we could have a F/O dual option. So we could eliminate G but not O?

Also for slot 3 the inclination is to put G since I wrote it as a block (10 G1 block). I'm not sure how it's left blank and at the very least we could eliminate O since we know that it's not 8 ....

:-?
 leslie7
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Sorry just to add to this I think another reason I'm confused is because for the fourth slot since it was from the 9th century we determined that it was not O and not G (which makes sense to me) but I can't figure out why that the same process to the second slot.
Since its 9th century then not 10 and not 8 so not O and not G

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