No, that isn't exactly how the colored markers work. A red marker means there is a rune in the solution and in the correct spot, a white dot means you have the rune correct, but in the wrong spot. It will never directly tell you if you are correct, it will need to be accomplished by process of elimination and problem solving using your previous guesses. It will also never reveal you more than one marker per rune. For example, if the solution contains only one Alpha rune, but your guess is Alpha, Alpha, Alpha, Alpha. It will say you have one red marker, rather than 1 red marker and 3 white markers, Which tells you that there is only one Alpha marker in the solution. The same goes for white markers. Another example is if your guess is Alpha, Beta, Beta, Beta, and it tells you that you have zero red markers and one white marker, this means that either Alpha is the correct rune and doesn't go in position one or Beta is the correct rune but doesn't belong in position 1 ,2 , or 3.
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