How To Beat Rule 21 In The Password Game

How to beat Rule 21 in the Password Game

Are you strong enough to get past rule 21?

Most of the stranger rules in The Password Game require scratching your head trying to figure it out. If you’re at Rule 21, you’ve already had to deal with chess, Google Lens, going back to science class with the periodic table, CTRL+B, chicken raising, and roman numerals. Fortunately, after almost destroying your password in a fire and slaying Paul, rule 21 is a small mercy to the player. Fortunately, it is as straightforward as it looks. Here is how to beat Rule 21 in the Password Game.

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Rule 21 answer in The Password Game

After you salvage your burned password and fix what was deleted to get back up to all the rules, this is what you get for rule 21:

The rule simply tells you that your password isn’t strong enough, followed by an emoji of a man lifting weights.

If your first instinct was to highlight that emoji of the man lifting weights and copy/paste it into your password? You’re absolutely correct. That is exactly what you need to do. If you backspace the emoji, it turns into the man wearing a gray shirt instead, then deletes. A gray shirt man emoji is apparently not strong enough, as it won’t count towards filling the meter.

Rule 21 In Progress

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You need to paste the emoji from the rule into your password three times in total. Only then will it consider your password to be strong enough, the bar filling up more with each man lifting weights emoji. That’s it. Easy, and now you can move on to the oddly wholesome rule 22 which will inevitably screw up your atomic number and bolded vowels.

Rule 21 Solved

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Now we know we know how to beat Rule 21 in the Password Game. At least we got a short break to feel smart before we inevitable google more atomic tables and chess solutions?


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