You found 2 messages on a folded piece of paper.
Osmz bdajamu se l qxufkw zvfciodrf zss, wq xv wrz kje zq jni nfla ut lrfdmm. Thkic bxswibi ep jniojei tzrhil kt snafq tp of gjhwp, pxa naoz qxp bu we bhat i ukp ma copum bvcs sqkqequ.
Ywel xfkbaao yg p sdsjym lnviiynzd diq, om jh eln mzi rw dve xdxa id pjrzow. Lhyci dziaahc mv dveyhwe jjvfax qt mbifu hv ed evbef, lfs jcaj cfn pq qy jjan s yqh ac culki ltos gsauwwo.
Interested, you want to decode these 2 messages
What are the messages, and what is the key?
These 2 ciphers are the same message, encoded 2 different ways using the same key.
Vigenere is the first one
The second one is the opposite. Decode with the key in Vigenere to encode what is known as Variant Beaufort. Encode with the key (in Vigenere) to decode Variant Beaufort.
The last word is message, if that helps.
I have noted that the key is 6 alphabets long, so A PARTIAL KEY is all that's needed