After solving a couple clues, you might notice that each of these words are typically associated with a number between 1 and 6– like the Three Musketeers, One Direction, etc. Here is the answer to the grid. The number at the end of each row is the sum of the numbers you should get, to help verify your numbers.
|2 cents||1 punch man||1 direction||2 fridas||6 pack||12|
|1 up||5 spice||6 persimmons||4 loko||2 factor authentication||18|
|4 seasons||4 horsemen||6 flags||2 bits||5 nights at freddy’s||21|
|5 weekdays||6 degrees||4 gospels||3 wise monkeys||1 password||19|
|3 musketeers||3 bears||2 towers||3 amigos||3 stooges||14|
Since there are 5 numbers, we want to use EFF’s long wordlist, which is meant for use with 5 dice.
21126 corner 15642 city 44625 pope 56431 stooge 33233 guy
At which point we should “do it again”!
4 corners (four corners of the world) 2 cities (a tale of two cities) 2 popes (recent TV show) 3 stooges (old vaudeville comedy group) 5 guys (fast food chain)
The sum of which is 16, the number at the bottom of the page.
The word corresponding to 42235 on this list is