The game is simple: reply with one number above the person below you. However, each reply must denote the number in a unique way. So if someone says 4, then using 1-9 is off the table. Let’s see how many different ways you can represent numbers.

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… _ _ _ (Two in morse code)

an emoji

0b100 - binary 4

wǔ (Chinese typed pinyin)

It would be helpful to put what your thing is to make sure people know what it is and can avoid it.

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0x6 (6 in hexadecimal)

10 (7 in base 7)

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八 (8 in Chinese characters)

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九 (9 in Japanese)
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dix (10 in French)

eleven

one dozen

Unlucky number

XIV (Roman numerals)

पन्द्रह (Hindi for fifteen, pronounced “pandrah”)

0x10 (hexadecimal)

Hexadecimal was already used

I think I’m correct in OP’s intentions @Clodsire can you elaborate if this is correct?

Siebzehn (17 in German)

acht mehr dan zehn