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This puzzle is a mathematical challenge. Clicking on the signpost provides the player with some information. The objective is to have every totem fully up, moving a totem may affect other totems, however.
The totems can be fully down (how they are at the start), 1/4 up, halfway up, 3/4 up and fully up (as they are at the end), making it 5 possible positions total. The player can move totems up and down.
A fully raised totem, when affected by another totem that makes him raise one more space, will revert to the lowest position. (That is, a fully raised totem affected by a totem that makes him raise twice will be lowered to 1/4 height, and so on).
Assuming the player is facing the totems, the following is true:
- Totem #1 affects totems #2 (+4) and #6 (+2), and is affected by totem #3 (+1)
- Totem #2 affects no totems, and is affected by totems #1 (+4), #3 (+1) and 6# (+3)
- Totem #3 affects totems #1 (+1), #2 (+1) and #4 (+2), and is affected by totem #4 (+1)
- Totem #4 affects totem #3 (+1) and is affected by totems #3 (+2) and #6 (+1)
- Totem #5 affects totem #6 (+1) and is affected by no totems.
- Totem #6 affects totems #2 (+3) and #4 (+1) and is affected by totems #1(+2) and #5 (+1)
(The "+numbers" refers to the aforementioned five possible positions). With that in mind it is possible to see that if totem #5 is affected by no other totems, it must be fully risen first. and since totem #2 affects no totems, it should be risen last.
- Raise totem #1 3 notches.
- Lower totem #2 1 notch.
- Raise totem #3 1 notch.
- Lower totem #4 2 notches.
- Fully raise totem #5
- Fully raise totem #6