Erratum: A small change was made to the second subpart of this puzzle on March 16, 11:45 PM EDT.
Erratum: The text in the image of the thirteenth subpart of this puzzle was changed on March 17, 2:25 AM EDT.
Let's look back on some of the Puzzleball teams, from the best to the worst.
City containing the seat of government, or funds meant for investment (2|3)
Goal's lost; heard a pulse; a problem's solution (9)
On the subject of Houses
- Both Freya and Tristan live next to Charles.
- Charles has a yellow house.
- Houses painted with complementary colors aren't neighbors.
- Rachel lives as far away as possible from Stephanie.
- Rachel's color mixed with Charles' color gives Freya's color.
- Stephanie's house color is not blue.
- The green house is next to Michelle's house, which she just painted purple.
- The person in the blue house can see Charles' house to the right of Freya's.
- There is one house of each color, and exactly one person lives in each house.
- Tristan lives in the red house.
On the subject of Fruit
- Freya has 3 oranges.
- If A's color mixed with B's color gives C's color, then the number of fruits that C has is equal to the number of fruits that A and B have together.
- Rachel has the fewest number of fruit, which are strawberries.
- The red house grows apples. There are fewer apples than kiwis.
- There are 24 fruits in all.
- There are double the number of pumpkins as oranges.
- Tomatoes are a fruit.
On the subject of Roses
- Exactly one green rose doesn't touch any red roses.
- From left to right, these roses appear in this order, but not necessarily consecutively: Yellow, Green, Green, Blue, Purple.
- One color of rose does not appear at all.
- Red and green are the most common roses, and appear 3 times each.
- Red roses never border blue or purple roses.
- The roses in the middle of the left and right halves are both green.
- The sequence Green, Red, Red, Green appears somewhere in the row of roses.
- There is one purple rose in the left half and one blue rose in the right half.
Role-player on stage or in a movie (5)
Singer Christina of “Genie in a Bottle” (8)
“That's what real love _______ to—letting a person be what he really is.” (7)
Perform in a role in the first time, or the performance itself (5)
Maiden name of Leopold II's best-known mistress (9)
Period of time when water is receding, or a 1953 song (3 4)
Eight hours before noon (4 2)
When repeated, a song popularized by The Kingsmen (5)
An archaic way to refer to an upper-class citizen, or a song by Edith Piaf (6)
Body of water on one end of the Kerch Strait (3 2 4)
A small, decorative carpet that can be easily moved (5 3)
To make effective use of, in Britain (7)
(This one is tough so we'll help you get started: Cetus should be assigned the letter “I”.)
Like Dunnhumby, for dart throwers!
First, stare down the chamber's entrance to test your bravery. (7)
[ALL] Summoner (Zilean): That explosion made literally no sound! Did it do anything, or is it just going through the motions?
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