You’ve found the hidden switches, evaded the secret traps, and now your expedition finally stands at the heart of the ancient temple

inside The Lost City. But as you study the inscriptions

in the near total darkness, two of the eight graduate students

accompanying you bump into the alter. Suddenly, two whisps of green smoke

burst forth and the walls begin to shake. Fleeing for your lives, you come to a room you passed before

with five hallways, including the one to the altar

and the one leading back outside. The giant sandglass in the center

is now flowing, with less than an hour before it empties, and the rumbling tells you that you don’t

want to be around when that happens. From what you recall of your way here, it would take about 20 minutes to reach

the exit at a fast pace. You know this is the last junction

before the exit, but your trail markings have been erased, and no one remembers the way. If nine of you split up, there should be just enough time for each group to explore one of the four

halls ahead and report back to this room, with everyone then making

a run down the correct path. There’s just one problem; the inscriptions told

of the altar’s curse: the spirits of the city’s King and Queen

possessing intruders and leading them to their doom

through deception. Remembering the green smoke, you realize two of the students

have been cursed. At any time,

one or both of them might lie, though they also might tell the truth. You know for sure that the curse

didn’t get you, but you don’t know which students

can’t be trusted, and because the possessed students

may lie only occasionally, there is no guaranteed way to test

them to determine which are cursed. Can you figure out a way to ensure

that you all escape? Don’t worry about the possessed

students attacking or otherwise harming the others. This curse only affects

their communication. Pause the video now if you

want to figure it out by yourself! Answer in: 3 Answer in: 2 Answer in: 1 The first thing to realize is that since

you know you aren’t possessed, you can explore one of the halls alone. This leaves eight students

for the remaining three paths. Sending groups of four down just two

of the paths won’t work because if one group came back split

two versus two, you’d have to guess who to trust. But splitting them into one pair

and two trios would work every time, and here’s why. The possessed students might lie,

or they might not, but you know there are only two of them, while the other six will

always tell the truth. When each group returns to the hall, all of its members will either give

the same report or argue about

whether they found the exit. If a trio returns in total agreement, then you know none of them are lying. With the pair,

you can’t be sure either way, but all you need is reliable evidence

about three of the four paths. The fourth you can figure out

using the process of elimination. Of course, none of this matters if you’re

lucky enough to find the exit yourself, but otherwise, putting everything together

leaves you with three possibilities. If each group gives a consistent answer, either everyone is telling the truth, or the two possessed students

are paired together. In either case, ignore the duo. If there’s only one group arguing,

both others must be telling the truth, and if there are two conflicts, then the possessed students

are in separate groups and you can safely trust the majority

in both trios since at least two people in each

will be truthful. The temple collapses behind you as greenish vapors

escape from two of the students. You’re all safe and free from the curse. After that ordeal, you tell your group

they all deserve a vacation, and you just happen to have

another expedition coming up.

The hand tho

Me : they should break the sandglass ,everyone gets enough sand for 20m and…

blank mindwhat if one of the cursed is lying and the other is telling the truth …..i think this solution might not work in that case

"Now… Which one of you named Loki?"

"Ahhh…Me?"

"Alright you can't be trusted"

"Captain, where will we go?"

"How about….."

The whole group except you has left the chat

Just whoever finds the exit doesn’t come back and the other groups go down that hallway

Three groups of three would have worked.

Anyone watching this on a rainy day?

I literally don't understand.

What about if the cursed one pulls on another person to the exit if they find it it's not communicate

This seriously won't work if the one duo u don't send out contains one possessed and a trio contains another

If the possessed guys attacked others it would make it too obvious who are possesed

Make it like this: whoever gets to the exit get some leafs to prove it

Nice camping game ROBLOX trailer.

I first thought that since you know were the altar is,you can ask other were it is.The one that is telling diffrent answer is cursed

Easy answer:

Stomp if you found the exit

The cursed people will only lie with speech.

The 3 + 3 + 2 combination works in numerous occations.

Or just do 3 groups of 3 people.. If no one has discovered the exit then it's the last one that no one checked

1:26 that looks like a Puffle

nailed it YEAHH 😉