It’s Follow-Up Friday: Sharknado puzzle edition!

Welcome to Follow-Up Friday!

By this time, you know the drill. Follow-Up Friday is a chance for us to revisit the subjects of previous posts and bring the PuzzleNation audience up to speed on all things puzzly.

And today, we’re returning to the subject of holidays.

I like to talk about puzzly holidays, but this week has marked more of a cinematic holiday.

Yes, for the third summer in a row, a Sharknado movie has rampaged across our screens, bringing ridiculous action and inexplicable acts of shark-fighting heroism to millions of viewers.

And I thought to myself, what better way is there to mark the occasion than to create a Sharknado-themed deduction puzzle?

So that’s exactly what I did! Enjoy!

Sharknados are terrorizing cities across America! Every day, one of our heroes (April, Claudia, Fin, Gilbert, or Nova) has bravely ventured into a sharknado-afflicted city, armed with a weapon (baseball bat, chainsaw, grenade, laser, or rifle.)

No two heroes were in the same city on the same day, and no hero used any weapon more than once. No weapon was used more than once in the same day, nor was any weapon used more than once in the same city. Can you complete the schedule chart below?

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One thought on “It’s Follow-Up Friday: Sharknado puzzle edition!

  1. Pingback: It’s Follow-Up Friday: Crosswordnado edition! | PuzzleNation.com Blog

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