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Crazypalpig (Crazypalpig)
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The sphynx has returned, with all his power and a DIFFERENT puzzle :-)

4 when he's young, 3 when he's older, then 2 at the end.
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is this describing a specific word? letters in that word?
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is this describing a specific word?A specific word describing something:-) letters in that word?no
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Don't want to spiol too early, so sending a mail.
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Replied. Good guess!
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Is it the classic one?
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Is it the classic one?
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Is it the classic one?Notice the word different in the statement

MAJOR BLOOPER ALERT!!!
The statement is supposed to be "4 when he's young, 2 when he's older, then 3 at the end!
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ROT13 to read:

Guvf vf n pynffvp bar. Gur nafjre vf gur ahzore bs yrtf n uhzna jnyxf ba - sbhe jura ur vf n onol, gura gjb jura ur vf na nqhyg, naq guerr (gjb yrtf cyhf n pnar) va byq ntr.
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Read, but no! it's NOT THE CLASSIC! Same question, different answer, AND IT STILL WORKS!
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Is it relevant that it's "he"? (Would it work with a woman?)
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Is it relevant that it's "he"? (Would it work with a woman?)No
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Is it relevant that it's "he"? (Would it work with a woman?)No, its irr
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he = h? a? m? he = he = the one who has 2 at the end?

are legs relevant at all?
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he = h? a? m?Most likely H and M only, but the some are A he = he = the one who has 2 at the end? Yes

are legs relevant at all?Yope
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any other body part(s) relevant?
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so is age also relevant as in the original, it follows one person who is growing older? is when he is young = 0 - 5 yrs old? 6 - 10? 11 - 15? any of these?
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any other body part(s) relevant?No-ish, but the foot isn't the changing thing

so is age also relevant as in the original, it follows one person who is growing older?Yes is when he is young = 0 - 5 yrs old? 6 - 10? 11 - 15? any of these?The person can make the transition at any of these times
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so just to check from 0 - 15 he will still be using 4? or could be? or do you mean he could change to 2 at any point? could he use 4 for a minute, then change to 2? could he use 2 for another minute and change to 3?
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how about wheels--

4 wheels on a bike (two wheels plus two training wheels) when he's little, 2 wheeled bike when he learns to ride one, and when he's old a 3 wheeled power scooter so he can still scoot around?
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so just to check from 0 - 15 he will still be using 4?Not will, could be or could be?Yes or do you mean he could change to 2 at any point?He could could he use 4 for a minute, then change to 2?Most likely could he use 2 for another minute and change to 3?If he started at 4, most likely not quite that quickly
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are any wheels involved in this puzzle?
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oops, didn't notice booklover had already asked that...
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how about wheels--

4 wheels on a bike (two wheels plus two training wheels) when he's little, 2 wheeled bike when he learns to ride one, and when he's old a 3 wheeled power scooter so he can still scoot around?Nope
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Do the numbers refer to... something physical? mechanical? natural? emotional? Mental? Intangible? Like time?
I.e. It takes him 4 hours to perform a task, 2 hours when he's older, and then 3 hours when he gets a little worn down.
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Do the numbers refer to... something physical?Yes-ish mechanical? natural?Natural as how? emotional? Mental?Yope Intangible? Like time?No to all rest
I.e. It takes him 4 hours to perform a task, 2 hours when he's older, and then 3 hours when he gets a little worn down.
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mental - yope: Is a skill involved?
Is a task that involves these numbers being actually performed or is this a false assumption?

Now the sphynx puzzle i know (the classic one) refers to times of the day. These transitions in your puzzle, are they most likely to take place over a day, a week, [2..52] weeks, [1 .. ¥] years?

The number's refer to 'things' as a noun, correct? Are they abstract concepts?

Are the "objects" multiple copies of each other, i.e indistinguishable from one to the other? Within the period? before and after a transition? Throughout a transistion would an entirely new set be required or will some or all be retained?

Would this be something we would all be familiar with in our own childhood? does it depend on the era/location we were born?

is it possible to jump the intermediate stage? '4' to '3'?
Can you go backwards? Could someone with '3' go back to '2'? '2' to '4'? or even '3' to '4'?

Very Wild Guess here!
Are they lungs? i.e baby's lungs + mother's lungs (though I'm pretty sure the baby actually doesn't breathe with their own lungs till after birth), two as a healthy person, and three with a respirator in hospital in the end.
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mental - yope: Is a skill involved?Actually, forget the mental,but yes, a skill is involved
Is a task that involves these numbers being actually performed or is this a false assumption? No

Now the sphynx puzzle i know (the classic one) refers to times of the day. These transitions in your puzzle, are they most likely to take place over a day, a week, [2..52] weeks, [1 .. ] years?I would say each transition would most likely take 6 months and then 1-2 years

The number's refer to 'things' as a noun, correct?Yes Are they abstract concepts? No, i don't think so

Are the "objects" multiple copies of each other, i.e indistinguishable from one to the other?YES! Within the period?Yes before and after a transition?Yes Throughout a transistion would an entirely new set be required or will some or all be retained? All retained

Would this be something we would all be familiar with in our own childhood? does it depend on the era/location we were born? No to both, unless you had training ina sport like mine...

is it possible to jump the intermediate stage? '4' to '3'?I wouldn't advise it, but yes
Can you go backwards?Yes Could someone with '3' go back to '2'? '2' to '4'? or even '3' to '4'?Yes to all

Very Wild Guess here!
Are they lungs? i.e baby's lungs + mother's lungs (though I'm pretty sure the baby actually doesn't breathe with their own lungs till after birth), two as a healthy person, and three with a respirator in hospital in the end.Nice, but no. Remember, feet are somehow involved
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i seem to remember from another puzzle that you are involved in karate? is this relevant? anything to do with how long it takes to get to a different level? how long it takes to get a certain color belt? I know white, brown, and black belts are involved, but without googling, I wouldn't know rest of colors. Is any of this relevant?
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i seem to remember from another puzzle that you are involved in karate?Yes, but not relevant is this relevant? anything to do with how long it takes to get to a different level? how long it takes to get a certain color belt? I know white, brown, and black belts are involved, but without googling, I wouldn't know rest of colors. Is any of this relevant?None of this
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Does this "thing" have to do with a sport? Pole-vaulting? Do the numbers refer to the strength of the pole?
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Crazypalpig has had to leave for a while, so I will now be taking over the answering of questions on his puzzles

Does this "thing" have to do with a sport? Yes
Pole-vaulting? Do the numbers refer to the strength of the pole? No to these
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Is the sport in the category of...
Individual?
Team sports?
Track & Field?
Ball required? Light ball? Heavy ball?
Device/Weapon assisted? (i.e. Competitor uses/holds a pole, a bow, a gun, a bat, a ping pong paddle etc. - balls don't count)
Obstacles required? (i.e. hurdles)
Water involved? Swimming?
An animal required? (i.e. horse)
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Is the sport in the category of...
Individual? Can be
Team sports? Can be
Track & Field? No
Ball required? Could be Light ball? Heavy ball? Heavy, I think
Device/Weapon assisted? (i.e. Competitor uses/holds a pole, a bow, a gun, a bat, a ping pong paddle etc. - balls don't count) Again, could be
Obstacles required? (i.e. hurdles) Sometimes (see below to clear all this up)
Water involved? Swimming?
An animal required? (i.e. horse) Yes (and yes)
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polo relevant? only sport I can think of that includes a horse and a ball!
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Vaulting - with a horse? (Or whatever they call those events where you ride a horse over hurdles as fast as you can)
Horse racing?
Polo?
Hunting? Fox hunting?
Are dogs used for this sport?

Double check: This doesn't have anything to do with statues made of people/soldiers who died right? (i.e. Horse is up on 2 legs if the soldier died in battle, On 3 legs if died from wounds received in battle, and on 4 legs if died from unrelated circumstances)
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Horse gaits relevent? in order of speed: a walk is a four-beat gait, a trot a two-beat gait, and a canter is a three-beat gait. A gallop can be considered an extended canter (although it's a four-beat gait) so I suppose that's why it's not included above.
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polo relevant? only sport I can think of that includes a horse and a ball! Just horse sports in general, hence the vague answers above

Vaulting - with a horse? (Or whatever they call those events where you ride a horse over hurdles as fast as you can)
Horse racing?
Polo?
Hunting? Fox hunting?
Are dogs used for this sport? See above

Double check: This doesn't have anything to do with statues made of people/soldiers who died right? (i.e. Horse is up on 2 legs if the soldier died in battle, On 3 legs if died from wounds received in battle, and on 4 legs if died from unrelated circumstances) No

Horse gaits relevent? in order of speed: a walk is a four-beat gait, a trot a two-beat gait, and a canter is a three-beat gait. A gallop can be considered an extended canter (although it's a four-beat gait) so I suppose that's why it's not included above. I think this is correct...but I know very little about horses, if you could confirm what you mean by a four-beat gait etc I can confirm if i's right
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four-beat gait refers to four legs touch the ground in sequence, 1 2 3 4.
two-beat gait two legs touch the ground simultaneuosly: 1-3 2-4.
three-beat gait has two legs touching in sequence and two simultaneoulsy, 1 2-3 4
In a gallop, the simultaneous footsteps happen just out of step. 1 2,3 4.
They're referred to as beats because you can hear the footsteps in a regular pattern.

Not that I know too much about horses either.
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four-beat gait refers to four legs touch the ground in sequence, 1 2 3 4.
two-beat gait two legs touch the ground simultaneuosly: 1-3 2-4.
three-beat gait has two legs touching in sequence and two simultaneoulsy, 1 2-3 4
In a gallop, the simultaneous footsteps happen just out of step. 1 2,3 4.
They're referred to as beats because you can hear the footsteps in a regular pattern. Then yes, you have very much the right idea...although Crazypalpig's answer that he gave me seems to disagree as regards the number of footsteps heard for each speed.

Not that I know too much about horses either.
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Hmm. According to Wikipedia, a walk or an amble has four distinct footsteps, a trot or a pace has two distinct footsteps, a canter has three, and a gallop has four.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse_gaits
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Well, i'm back for one day, but I'm not really sure about the number of footsteps. I think it's close enough!
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***** SPOILER *****
OK, I'll just quote what Crazypalpig said in his email to me:
When you begin doing pretty much any horse sport, you begin at walk. Horses at walk put down 4 hooves down at the same time. Then trot, 3 sounding hooves. Then canter, 2.
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Hmm. But didn't Crazypalpig change his puzzle statement to 4,2,3 on November the 4th? (which actually matches what I had posted, and is in step with the original sphinx puzzle?)
Either way, It was an interesting spin on the riddle!
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And I had just the funny image of a horse walking by putting all hooves down at the same time. That'd be an interesting horse to watch... :^)
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Oops, I'm really sorry Zenith...I somehow managed to miss the post where Crazypalpig pointed out his mistake, and I just copied what was in the email
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how about moving on all fours as an infant, on 2 as an adult and then back to 3 - with a walking stick?

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