# Portraits and quotes - Clue Twenty Four

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A note from @Mithrandir: I have given explicit permission for @Randal'Thor to post this, and gave him the answer to encode. If you want to post one, ping @Mithrandir in chat and we'll talk.

[redacted], you say, and instantly a panel slides aside in the wall in front of you to reveal a new puzzle.

Feeling buzzed after your quick solution of the last clue, but also worried that the next one will be devilishly hard, you approach the wall and stare at it in bewilderment. All you see are four images:

Warning:

keep your mind out of the gutter.

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• Disclaimer: I haven't hijacked Mithrandir's "Clue" series; he gave me the desired final solution in private and I constructed a puzzle around it. – Rand al'Thor Jan 10 '17 at 13:16

The cipher used is

Sharky's implementation of a Vigenere to encode textual Morse

First cipher:

Key: Vera
Vigenere: POINTLINE
Morse: A

Second cipher:

Key: succulent (this is a cryptic: def. delicious, "suck you audibly" = succu, "fast" = Lent)
Vigenere: DOTDASHDOTDOT
Morse: L

Third cipher:

Key: Abdul
Vigenere: THREEHYPHENS
Morse: O

Fourth cipher:

Key: Aioli (another cryptic: saucy = definition; mAId + hOLe + I)
Vigenere: DEEOHTEA (D-O-T)
Morse: E

• @randal'thor I tried using SUCK as a key, noticed the first three letters came out as DOT and worked it from there. – Will Jan 10 '17 at 15:01