Date Released: August 14th, 2008.

Date Rewarded: August 21st, 2008.

A Chomby was walking down a path one day when Jhudora appeared in front of it. "Solve this puzzle, and you may pass," she said.

Suppose you have a bunch of wooden beds, each weighing 200 pounds each, arranged in a pyramid. The base layer is 5 beds by 5 beds, the layer above is 4 beds by 4 beds, and so on until the top layer of one bed. They are arranged in such a way that each bed is resting on four beds below it, one leg on each bed.

If the weight on each bed is always equally distributed to all four legs, and each bed leg can only support 200 pounds, how many pounds can you place on top of the topmost bed? Please round to the nearest pound, and plese submit only a single number as your answer.

Prize__Wooden Bed__ __Click to show/hide solution__
It's funny that the above sentence is from Lenny Conundrum: "Also giving out the answer or obvious hints is against the rules."

That leave you with avtebhigrl to unscramble. The answer is brightvale.

Results: 5143 people guessed the correct answer earning themselves389 NPeach.