Day 3: Escape

  • ign: test

    server: ts3.travian.com

    Answer: the architect is gaul


    Answer explained:

    We know that each merchant is heading to a diffrent place.
    We are told the Roman merchant is traveling to Brundisium

    We are then told only 1 person is traveling to the same region as reseacher and that person sold something for 3 times silver than the researcher, since the teuton sold something for 7000 and 1/3 of that would be 2333.3 if we are going by ingame travian you cannot sell something for .3 silver hence it cannot be the teuton so it must be the gaul merchant since we already know the roman merchant location
    Since we know that each merchant is heading to a diffrent place that means the teuton merchant is heading to Epidaurum

    We now know merchant traveling locations:

    Roman merchant heading to Brundisium

    Gaul merchant heading to Ravenna

    Teuton merchant heading to Epidaurum

    Since we know the merchant of the same tribe as the researcher is heading to Epidaurum, the researcher must be teuton.
    Then we know The Gaul (who is not a merchant) bought a weapon from the smith, since you cant really buy something from yourself the gaul must be the architect.

    So smith must be roman as its the only tribe left


    To sum it all up, we know:

    Roman merchant heading to Brundisium

    Gaul merchant heading to Ravenna

    Teuton merchant heading to Epidaurum


    The researcher is teuton and heading to Epidaurum

    The architect is gaul and heading to either Ravenna or Brundisium

    The smith is roman and heading to either Ravenna or Brundisium

  • Nickname: TheGoldOne


    Server: Codex Victoria, .com


    My answer:


    Here goes nothing ^^


    Merchant Roman is A

    Merchant Gaul is B

    Merchant Teuton is C


    Smith is 1

    Researcher is 2

    Architect is 3


    Brundisium is X

    Ravenna is Y

    Epidaurum is Z


    We know that:

    A is going to X.

    B and 2 are of the same tribe. But each is going to a different destination.

    B is going to Z.

    2 is going to Y.

    Only one person is going with 2 to Y, by default it's the merchant, potentially can be Gaul or Teuton. That person recently sold an item.

    C just recently sold an item as well.

    2 or 3, potentially one of them is Gaul, bought from 1.


    Since merchants B and C both sold items, one of them should be Gaul and the other Teuton. Now we know that the merchant traveling with 2 is not of the same tribe. The merchant going with 2 just sold an item for 3 times more than 2 could sold. Leaving C to be the one going to Z. Therefore making 2 a Teuton as well traveling with B to Y.


    That leaves us with 1 and 3 between Roman and Gaul... But since the Gaul bought an item from 1, and 2 is confirmed to be Teuton, that makes 3 the Gaul who bought the weapon and 1 to be Roman.


    Conclusion,

    The Smith is Roman

    The Researcher is Teuton

    The Architect is Gaul.