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The enforced character equals "E".
Proper sentence structure encouraged.
Written letter sequences "E"-empty are forbidden.
Have swell times!
Every sentence, huh?
I think I can manage.
Idea taken, copied, reversed: other entry where "E" forbidden.
Bolded text unrequired.
Heh, interesting idea...
I mean, "E" is a very common letter, right?
We gonna do this, then?
Ok, let's go, I guess.
"Written letter sequences" aren't sentences.
Multiple "written letter sequences" used together create sentences.
"E" inside every single "written letter sequence".
Edited by ginsengaddict on Aug 12th 2019 at 1:43:51 AM
Really? Well, you've definitely made the game more harder. Yes, enjoy the intentionally terrible English, please.
Clarified ever further: extricating the past-tense letters ("ed") makes "worded" the definition befitting "written letter sequence".
Hyphenated written letter sequences like "past-tense" are permitted. Exercise reasonable judgement when engaging their use.
Are single letter written-letter-sequences, like "I", acceptable?
I think this will be rather hard to fail at, at least for the English language.
I'm assuming I'm severely misunderstanding something here...
Edited by CrystalMemoria on Aug 12th 2019 at 2:39:48 PM
Nope. Alternatives needed.
Already failed. Multiple written letter sequences lacked required letter.
Edited by ginsengaddict on Aug 12th 2019 at 2:02:27 AM
Yes, apparently every term we use needs at-least one "E". Per sentence extremely easy, ginsengaddict enjoys seeing people struggle, apparently
Yeah, i_like_namespace_playing_with_and_also_male doesn't succeed, inevitably.
EDIT: Double/triple twenty-fifth page? Geez, troper, people'll type written letter sequences here!
Edited by Playing_with_boy on Aug 11th 2019 at 9:08:15 AM
The game doesn't seem very challenging, when played like the aforementioned manner.
When played correctly, however, there are challenging aspects.
Enforced use versus restricted use.
The other thread where the idea here originated prohibited the required letter. There's challenge here as-well, albeit, reversed rules.
One, the second integer, three, ..., five, ..., seven, eight, nine, ten
The single integers where ellipses are placed above need yet-to-be standardised written letter sequences denoting them.
Edited by ginsengaddict on Aug 12th 2019 at 3:35:01 AM
Well, considering my handle, this'll easy!
Delphox Deplhox Delphox Delphox Deplhox Delphox!
This is easier than the other thread, that's for sure.
You're certain? Because, five written letter sequences there break the rule.
Well, eh... shite?
Edited by CustardAndPie on Aug 11th 2019 at 1:22:24 PM
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