I think there's some sort of mix up.

The rules as I remember them were as follows:

5 sites of either F,G, or O

the second site is 9th century

if the site is 8th century it is 0

O can't be fourth or fifth

there is exactly one site that is G and it is 10th century

and the third spot is more recent than the first or fourth.

That as I see it would put the state as

F/O|F/O|G/F/O|F|G/F

8/9|_9_|__10_|9|9/10

Were there not 5 total spots?

Also this would be consistant with my logic that G cannot be 1,2, or 4th and also that there can be 4 F's.

Can anyone comment on this set and/or add what they remember of the first three questions?

F could only be in three spots. One rule was that "G is a 10th century painting and he is in exactly 1 spot." If there are 4 total spots, that means that G must occupy one spot and F can fill up the other three. G could be in Spot 2, so your second answer wasn't right either :-p Since G had to be 10th century, the third spot could be F or O as 10th century and then 1 and 4 could be 9th or 8th century, making it okay for G to be in 2 and 3, but not 1 and 4.

There was a couple of "If" questions, I believe, and a "could be true." The key to this game was to know that G can't be in 1 or 4, both O and F could be in 1, 2, 3, or 4, and that if it's an 8th century it has to be 0, but there was no requirement that any of the 4 paintings be 8th century.

Does anyone remember if the rules dictated that there must be an 8th, 9th, and 10th century painting present?

Does anyone remember the first 3 questions and answers they got for the architect game?

I messed up the game and am trying to get a feel of how I did so I know if I should possibly cancel.

The last two were:

What sites can G not be: 1,2,4

What is the maximum number of sites F could be: 4

does anyone remember the first 3?