# Which guard is telling the truth?

**guard**you ask is the one who

**tells the truth**, he will

**tell**you (honestly) that the other

**guard**– the lying

**guard**– will point you towards door B. This makes door A the safe bet. In both cases, the outcome is the same. To stay alive, you must walk through the opposite door you've been told.

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Thereof, who is telling the truth riddle?

One of the doors will guide you to freedom and behind the other is a hangman --you don't know which is which. One of the guards always **tells the truth** and the other always lies. You don't know which one is the **truth**-teller or the liar either.

Subsequently, question is, what is the truth riddle? You're told that one guard always tells the **truth** and the other guard always lies. You don't know which guard is which. You are allowed to ask one question to either of the guards to determine which door is the exit. Ask either guard what door the other guard would say is the exit, then choose the opposite door.

Also to know is, what is the answer to the two doors riddle?

The simple **answer** is to ask either one what the other guard would say and go through the opposite **door**. But that won't work. If the first guard is telling the truth about one of them always telling the truth the other guard must lie so "one of us speaks only lies" must be a lie.

What is the answer to the door Riddle in Labyrinth?

The **riddle**: One **door** leads to good things, the other to bad things. You can only ask one guard and one always tells the truth and one always lies. You have to ask the right question in order to figure out which is which. Breaking this **riddle** down to facts is that you have two guards.