!!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/23/11(Mon)06:23 No.15022158|
You summon a water trap lever and a mushroom dispenser lever.
The first creature to investigate selects the mushroom lever at random. It waves its prize around. A line quickly forms between the storage building and the mushroom lever.
The inquisitive creature pulls the trap lever, and gets knocked down by a blast of water.
A few minutes later, the creatures have a rock lined pool. They form a second line, carrying handfulls of water to their warehouse.
You dismiss the levers.
Next, you give them a pile of fist sized beads, proportionate to them, of course. You have your small interpreter draw a box, then place two beads inside. You repeat the process, for four and six beads. Then you make your interpreter draw a series of empty boxes.
You do the same thing for the 2, 3, 5, 7 sequence.
The creatures, after some confused conversation, finish the first sequence with an 8, 10, 12, and 14.
Their final answer for the second sequence is a 9, 10, 13, and 17. This sequence produces more discussion. The creatures never quite settle on an answer, and keep moving beads in and out of the boxes.
By this point, they're out of beads to work with.
You declare lunchtime, and quietly summon monster the size of your foot, covered in red eyes and long black legs, on the side of the city wall opposite from you on the outside. You mentally instruct it to bang on the gate and make noise once you are gone.
>20 minutes or consensus
>You can fast forward lunchtime, but you can also not do that.