Cryp-TAC is my report competition with cryptic crossword style clues. If you're new to the game, I suggest looking at the last couple of reports to get the hang of it!
First: the answers from report 12. Remember, part of it is the definition or meaning, and part of it is some wordplay.
Greek letter dictated what to do in a scull? (3) is RHO. The definition is Greek letter and the answer sounds like (dictated) what you do in a scull - you row.
Confused pets met squall (7) is TEMPEST. The definition is squall (a windy storm) and the answer is an anagram (confused) of pets met.
Greed and gluttony in South India (3) is SIN. The defintion is greed and gluttony (types of sin) and the substitutions are S for South and IN for India (country code).
For full points, you need to both tell me the answer and provide your breakdown of the wordplay.
This week: Stryker 7, Kalve Ryder 6, Plif 10, Doyon 9, Hav 9. (9 is completely correct, +1 for the best of the writeups, a few needed more details for wordplay)
Running total: Hav and Plif tied for first on 19, Doyon 15, Stryker 7, Kalve Ryder 6, Dempsey 3, Laan 3.
This week's clues:
Mr. Obbe imagines a flying fortress (6)
Combatant spoonerised Thai fur (7)
Prince otter flies fast aircraft (11)
Harvester depicts death (6)
If you've solved one, remember that I try to make them themed and so you should have a hint to what the others might be.