Bane had 3 different color paints with him - Red, Green, and Blue. He wanted to paint a wall with 6 vertical stripes, but no two adjacent stripes could be of the same color. Assuming that Bane can use one color more than once, in how many ways can Bane paint the wall?

A. 32

B. 64

C. 96

D. 243

E. 729

Thanks,

Saquib

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