I met three dragons. One always tells the truth, other one always lies and the last one alternates between lie and truth.

**Dragon 1:** You may ask us one question, then you must guess which dragon is which

**Dragon 2:** He’s lying. You may get three questions

**Dragon 3:** Oh no. It’s definitely one question

I asked the first dragon a question

**Me:** What would the second dragon say if I were to ask it if the 3rd dragon had been lying when it agreed with the first one that I could ask only one question

**Dragon 1:** He’d say, “Yes, the 3rd dragon was lying”

Then I asked a second question addressing the three dragons…… But they remained silent.

And, I solved the puzzle in 90 sec.

**So, which dragon is which?**

### Check Your Answers:

**Dragon 1 is Truth, lie or both ?**

**Dragon 2 is Truth, lie or both ?**

**Dragon 3 is Truth, lie or both ?**

So both Dragon 1 and Dragon 3 are telling the truth first time,

So possibilities are

Case1 | Case2 | |

Dragon 1 | Speaks Both | Always speaks Truth |

Dragon 2 | Always Lie | Always Lie |

Dragon 3 | Always speaks Truth | Speaks Both |

Now for first case Dragon 1’s answer should be

Dragon 2 will say Dragon 3 is lying, but as Dragon 1 speaks truth alternatively so this time he should say Dragon 2 will say Dragon 3 is not lying.

For the second case:

As Dragon 1 always speaks truth, he will say Dragon 2 will say Dragon 3 is Lying. Thus Case 2 is correct.

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