David Starkey
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Should we require that puzzles remain apolitical?
12 votes

There's nothing inherently wrong with political-themed puzzles, so they should be allowed. Can there be bad political questions? Absolutely, just like bad riddles and ciphers. Suggesting the ...

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Categories for "Best of Puzzling, 2016"
9 votes

Most Interesting Puzzle For puzzles that are unique or interesting. Perhaps they offer a puzzle like nothing you've seen before or spin a classic puzzle in a new way.

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What should the subjects of our fortnightly topic challenges be? (with updates!)
8 votes

odd-one-out This tag has very few question (7 as of posting, 2 of which are closed). I think there is a lot of potential to make some great puzzles for this tag.

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Fortnightly Topic Challenge #32: Grid Deduction Hybrids
Accepted answer
7 votes

List of all grid-deduction questions published as part of the Fortnightly Topic Challenge #32: A Knight's Kuromasu by David Starkey Introducing: Jormungand by Sconibulus Parallelisation by ...

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What should the subjects of our fortnightly topic challenges be? (with updates!)
7 votes

word-ladder One of the under-appreciated flavors of the word puzzles.

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Fortnightly Topic Challenge #31: Steganography (round 2)
Accepted answer
4 votes

List of all questions published as part of the Fortnightly Topic Challenge #31: Where am I waving to? by Jan Ivan Peculiar headlines by David Starkey ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE REPORT 1706 by Rubio ...

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Using ROT13 in comments
1 votes

As the one who made the answer, I can agree that this is an issue. Unfortunately, I don't have a perfect solution to this, but I can offer my thoughts and suggestions. I was a bit confused as to all ...

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