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A Toasty Toast is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask.

## Puzzle

US Version

After a long day of performing, the members of the circus troupe have changed into their street clothes and are celebrating another successful show with some hot chocolate!

There is at least one member of the troupe who is not present. Who's in the tent? Select each person who is there.

UK Version

After finishing work for the day and changing back into their normal clothes, the members of a circus troupe gather in the big tent to celebrate another successful performance. It's a bit nippy in there at night, so they're warming up with a few rounds of hot chocolate.

It's hard to tell just by looking at the silhouettes, but there's at least one member of the troupe missing. Who is in the tent? Select each person who is present.

## Hints

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There are three mugs raised, which means there must be three people raising a toast.

If you take a look at the hairstyles in this gathering, you can make out a few of the people on the Touch Screen. You can see the man on the left, the lady on the right, the lady second from the left, and the gentleman fourth from the left.

Pay close attention to the far ends of the tent. There's a silhouette that looks like a vase of flowers on the far right. But what about the silhouette on the far left? Is that a vase of flowers too?

What's that odd shape you can see below the two mugs in the middle? It seems too lumpy to be a table. And too uneven to be a sofa. Why, it looks more like the silhouette of someone lying down!

Poor thing. Must be exhausted after all that hard work in the circus

Take a look again at the silhouette on the far left that looks like a vase of flowers. Can you see the legs? It looks like that must be the lady third from left.

That leaves just one person: the lazybones taking a nap in the middle of the tent. Who's that?

## Solution

### Incorrect

Take a deep breath, and try again.

### Correct

Correct!

All members aside from the chap second from the right are present and accounted for.

Let's hope they don't stay up too late. They've got another busy day ahead of them.