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24th Aug '16 5:49:24 PM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/OracleOfAskigaga'': At one point of the game, you have to correctly pick out the true assassin within a small group of people in order to proceed.
6th Aug '16 7:20:51 AM JackG
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* In Season 2 of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch'', the protagonists finally succeed in finding Earth, but it's a wasteland with what remains of humanity occupying a village next to a tower holding a repository of all human knowledge. The single door is designed so it can only be opened after humanity has regained a certain level of scientific development. [[spoiler:The door contains a radioactive isotope that heats the door slightly so it jams in the frame, requiring refrigeration technology to reverse the effect.]]

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* In Season 2 of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch'', the protagonists finally succeed in finding Earth, but only it's a wasteland with what remains of humanity occupying a village next to a tower holding a repository of all human knowledge. The single door is designed so it can only be opened after humanity has regained a certain level of scientific development. [[spoiler:The door contains a radioactive isotope that heats the door slightly so it jams in the frame, requiring refrigeration technology to reverse the effect.]]
6th Aug '16 7:20:34 AM JackG
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* In Season 2 of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch'', the protagonists finally succeed in finding Earth, but it's a wasteland populated only by a single village next to a tower containing a repository of all human knowledge. The single door is designed so only a population that has developed a certain level of scientific knowledge can open it. [[spoiler:The door contains a radioactive isotope that heats the door slightly so it jams in the frame, requiring refrigeration technology to reverse the effect.]]

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* In Season 2 of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch'', the protagonists finally succeed in finding Earth, but it's a wasteland populated only by with what remains of humanity occupying a single village next to a tower containing holding a repository of all human knowledge. The single door is designed so it can only a population that be opened after humanity has developed regained a certain level of scientific knowledge can open it.development. [[spoiler:The door contains a radioactive isotope that heats the door slightly so it jams in the frame, requiring refrigeration technology to reverse the effect.]]
6th Aug '16 7:17:24 AM JackG
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* In Season 2 of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch'', the protagonists finally succeed in finding Earth, but it's a wasteland populated only by a single village next to a tower containing a repository of all human knowledge. Its door is designed so only a population which has developed a certain level of scientific knowledge can open it. [[spoiler:The door contains a radioactive isotope that heats the door slightly so it jams in the frame, requiring refrigeration technology to reverse the effect.]]

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* In Season 2 of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch'', the protagonists finally succeed in finding Earth, but it's a wasteland populated only by a single village next to a tower containing a repository of all human knowledge. Its The single door is designed so only a population which that has developed a certain level of scientific knowledge can open it. [[spoiler:The door contains a radioactive isotope that heats the door slightly so it jams in the frame, requiring refrigeration technology to reverse the effect.]]
6th Aug '16 7:15:40 AM JackG
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* In Season 2 of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch'', the protagonists finally succeed in finding Earth, but it's a wasteland populated only by a single village next to a tower containing a repository of all human knowledge. Its door is designed so only a population which has developed a certain level of scientific knowledge can open it. [[spoiler:The door contains a radioactive isotope that heats the door slightly so it jams in the frame, requiring refrigeration technology to reverse the effect.]]
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21st Jul '16 3:33:11 PM margdean56
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* In the short story "The Most Precious of Treasures" by Desmond Warzel, the protagonists must solve a room-sized QueensPuzzle in order to pass from one room of a dungeon to the next. It's purpose is to allow people in and keep beasts out, thus it's really a case of Only Sentient People May Pass; the implication is that the builder chose a [[StockPuzzle well-known puzzle]] on purpose.

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* In the short story "The Most Precious of Treasures" by Desmond Warzel, the protagonists must solve a room-sized QueensPuzzle in order to pass from one room of a dungeon to the next. It's Its purpose is to allow people in and keep beasts out, thus it's really a case of Only Sentient People May Pass; the implication is that the builder chose a [[StockPuzzle well-known puzzle]] on purpose.
3rd Jun '16 7:45:52 PM ThePocket
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* The community forums for Adventure Game Studio, a tool for creating Point-And-Click Adventure Games, requires new registrants to answer a series of questions on proper etiquette. The questions are all multiple choice and the correct answers are incredibly obvious, in context, but framing the rules as a quiz forces users to ''read'' them and pay attention to them, rather than just clicking past them.
26th May '16 1:23:45 PM MajinAkuma
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* One of the Hunter Exam trials in ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' asks you who you'd choose to save, your mother or your lover. When Gon notices the first guy (who chose the mother) was sent to his death, he realizes no answer is right, and says nothing. Again, ''no answer'' is right. They pass.

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* One of the Hunter pre-Hunter Exam trials in ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' asks you who you'd choose to save, your mother or your lover. When Gon notices the first guy (who chose the mother) was sent to his death, he realizes no answer is right, and says nothing. Again, ''no answer'' is right. They pass.


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* In ''Manga/DragonBallSuper'', Vegeta suggests to Beerus and Champa that only those fighters who can pass through a simple intelligence test are allowed to participate in the tournament between Universe 7 and Universe 6. [[IdiotBall For some reason, he completely ignores the fact]] that he has IdiotHero Goku and FatIdiot Buu in his team, effectively eliminating Buu from the tournament and almost eliminating Goku in the process, while all members of Champa's team pass through the test (although Magetta has trouble during the test), giving Beerus's team a disadvantage in numbers.
5th May '16 2:33:19 AM LondonKdS
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Compare OnlyTheWorthyMayPass, TheseQuestionsThree and; also see FirstContactMath, and contrast OnlyIdiotsMayPass.

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Compare OnlyTheWorthyMayPass, TheseQuestionsThree and; also see FirstContactMath, and contrast OnlyIdiotsMayPass.
OnlyIdiotsMayPass. Subverted in DoomAsTestPrize, where one of these turns out to be a way to dispose of people who are a bit too clever.
28th Mar '16 8:05:38 PM TheRoguePenguin
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Compare OnlyTheWorthyMayPass, TheseQuestionsThree and; also see FirstContactMath, and contrast OnlyIdiotsMayPass. If the purpose of the test is secretly to identify people who are '''too''' smart and subject them to a horrible fate, see YourPrizeIsDeath.

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Compare OnlyTheWorthyMayPass, TheseQuestionsThree and; also see FirstContactMath, and contrast OnlyIdiotsMayPass. If the purpose of the test is secretly to identify people who are '''too''' smart and subject them to a horrible fate, see YourPrizeIsDeath.
OnlyIdiotsMayPass.
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