This puzzle consists of 6 origami squares. Each square has two diagonal mountain fold lines and one horizontal and one vertical valley fold lines. When folded, each square thus makes a small four-pointed pyramid.
Along the diagonal lines are written various nouns. These can be combined in the form “X in the Y.” The complete set of pairs is:
Combined with the title, these pairs suggest that you should try physically placing the X word inside the Y word. In fact, it is possible to assemble all of the pyramids such that every X is tucked inside every Y, creating a cubic structure:
With the cube correctly assembled, there are 24 additional words shown on the interior corners. Within each set of 3 words, two are a Spoonerism of an animal, and one is a word that rhymes with a number, providing an index into the animal name. Hidden underneath one of the words in each corner is a number, which provides the order. The inner corner words are:
|Word 1||Word 2||Number word||Animal||Index||Letter|
Reading the letters in order yields the instruction
SWAN. Upon presenting HQ with an origami swan, teams are
given the answer