Variants

Duckdown Variant: Duckdown

Rules

Duckdown is a variant based on the concept of exclusion. (Thanks to Matt Morrison for this great pun.)

In the letters round, you must give the longest word that does not include any of the letters in the selection.

In the numbers round, you must exclude at least one of the starting numbers from your solution. It's up to you which one. In other words, your solution must not use all of the starting numbers.

In the conundrum round, you will be shown an eight-letter word with the vowels removed. The solution is the original word (which will be unique). The solution may be plural etc and might be obscure.

Duckdown formats

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