One of them always tells the truth and the other always lies, but you don’t know which one is which. One guard lies. You cannot tell them apart. You don't know which way to go, but you see the two brothers. One guard always lies, and the other always tells the truth. Your mission is to find out which robot lies and which one tells the truth. If you go through the other, you will survive. One always tells the truth, the other always lies. The eldest daughter always tells the truth, the middle daughter always lies. If it is in fact true then the one who always lies cannot have said the line as it would then be false. To top it off, these three gods, being jerks, answer in their own languages such that you are unable to tell which word, between "ja" or "da", means "no" or "yes". Each man knows who is who. The matter of which one lies and which one tells the truth only has to do with the actual riddle after the rules of the riddle are given. There is an Island that has 3 gods. You are traveling and you come to a fork in the road. There is a truth teller (always tells the truth), a liar (always lies), and one that sometimes answers truthfully and sometimes lies. It, as with others in the thread I linked, seem to contradict the initial logic of the riddle. These daughters, while lovely creatures, can only answer yes or no questions. If he says two then he's the honest one if he says another number or answer he's the liar...or maybe he's just bad at basic math. fork in road. One god always tells a lie, and the other always tells the truth. You don’t know which gate leads where. there are 2 people waiting in at the fork and both know what way is good/bad. Riddle: A hiker comes to a fork in the road and doesn't know which way to go to reach his destination. Not a crazy, murderous king like the other riddles, this one is actually kind and wealthy, and as such you would like to marry one of his three daughters. You have permission to ask one guard one question to … what questioins do u ask to find out which path is good. Actually there is a way to answer this without even asking a question. If you go through one of them, you will explode. one way leads to good place; one way leads to bad place. One of the doors leads to freedom, and you can only ask one guard one question. You do not know which combination it is, but u can ask each person 1 question. There are 2 doors. The one who tells the truth is the one who explains it to you. There is a king. They are identical. Fred would be the liar. However, while the answer marked as correct is the most common solution I found, it does not seem correct to me. You may ask three yes or no questions to determine who is who. Beside the gates, there are two angels. "One of us always lies and one of us always tells the truth." Two Angels Riddle: You are standing in front of two gates (a left one and a right one) - one leads to Heaven and the other leads to Hell. You know the following things: First that one path leads to paradise, the other leads to Death. Edit: Bob tells the truth that one of them is a liar and one of them is honest. The third god has a random behavior. There are two identical twin brothers. He may ask one of the men only one question to find his way. On this post: Two doors with two guards - one lies, one tells the truth the most common answer for this riddle is given. You cannot distinguish between the two paths. Each time you ask a question, it must only be directed to one of the men (of your choice). There are two men at the fork, one of whom always tells the truth while the other always lies. One guard tells the truth. You have 3 questions to work out the True god, the false god, and the Random god. What is the one question that you could ask either one of them to figure out which way to go? The hiker doesn't know which is which, though. The answer would tell you whether he's the liar or not. You have two guards who are guarding two doors in The Labyrinth. The solutions to this riddle (and there are several, though all are somewhat similar) involve a tricky question indeed. Riddle: You are stuck in a room with 2 robots who cannot move - one tells the truth, one lies. One door leads to a horrible death and the other door leads to the castle. You also know that one of the two guards always tells the truth and the other always lies. Just ask Bob what one plus one is. Either both people always lie, one lies and on tells truth, or both always tell truth.