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A Game of Two Halves

◆◆ · By Cornish Cacogen · Published 25 days ago

Hey! This is the first mildly big puzzle I've made that I think is decent, so enjoy! Sorry it's a bit weird, it was a bit of a snap decision.
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  • Mike D 4:24 · 25 days ago
    Tough one!
    1AMedieval Malian city
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    Across
    1. 1A
      Medieval Malian city
    2. 6A
      * 19A
      * See 18A[----]
    3. 8A
      * With 9A
      * See 8A[----]
      , Letting one go
    4. 9A
      * See 8A
      * With 9A, Letting one go[--------]
    5. 11A
      Sudden and sharp pain
    6. 12A
      Opposite of 13D
      * See 21A[-------]
    7. 15A
      Negates
    8. 17A
      Hammers
    9. 18A
      * With 19A
      * See 18A[----]
      , Gradual damage over time
    10. 19A
      * See 18A
      * With 19A, Gradual damage over time[-------]
    11. 21A
      * __ and 13D
      * See 21A[-------]
      , To seek out and eliminate all enemies
    12. 22A
      A bit shaken up
    13. 23A
      * With 24A
      * See 23A[-----]
      , Right away
    14. 24A
      * See 23A
      * With 24A, Right away[-------]
    Down
    1. 2D
      But I may be misremembering
    2. 3D
      Mont __
    3. 4D
      * The Night of Broken Glass
    4. 5D
      Boots brand
    5. 6D
      Fresh meat
    6. 7D
      Wordplay, like a starred clue in this grid
    7. 10D
      Singer who may be familiar with 8A
      * With 9A, Letting one go[--------]
      + 9A
      * See 8A[----]
    8. 12D
      Fett or Tea
    9. 13D
      * See 21A
      * __ and 13D, To seek out and eliminate all enemies[------]
    10. 14D
      Be pulled by a boat
    11. 16D
      Place where one would 'Pay and Display' in the UK
    12. 20D
      Lucky people are often against them
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