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#72: Word Ladder; Voxas; Anagrammy

Hello, and welcome to Puzzles for Progress!

The first puzzle for today is, a Word Ladder, titled "Gradient," which has slightly more of a theme than usual. Second, an introductory Voxas puzzle; Voxas was invented by logic puzzle maker, f-puzzles creator, and frequent Puzzles for Progress tester Eric Fox, and is a pretty neat puzzle type. (Here's a link to some of Fox's Voxases, which I think is a good tongue twister.) Finally, an Anagrammy, which is the name of an anagram competition, but also seems to be the most common term (though "Out of Order" is also common) for a fun puzzle type: it's a crossword where you have to rearrange the letters of every entry (to another valid entry) before putting them into the grid. None of the puzzles today should be tremendously difficult, but they're nontrivial. I hope they bring you happiness!

Print the puzzles out from the following pdfs:

Word Ladder ("Gradient"):

Or here they are, all on one page:

Alternatively, solve the puzzles online using the following links:

Word Ladder ("Gradient"): (Sporcle...because why not)

Anagrammy: (Crosshare)

Anagrammy: (downloadable .puz file)

And, as always, the answers:

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