My emotion tied up in one picture. Just click the right link!


Each character missing can be any Aa-Zz character or any number 0-9. (Inspired by this.)

1) Black to black.

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4) The penultimate character is missing. Wonder what it is.

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6) I was birthed from a Behemoth.

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All tags should be appropriate. You'll need them at some point. So tell me, how am I feeling?


2 Answers 2


You feel


The picture is


1 is

e, black to black (@indubitablee)

2 is

c, its the sea (@indubitablee)

3 is

j, the shape of the hook (@indubitablee)

4 is

4, but needs to be moved to the penultimate position

5 is

v, lowercase V (@MOehm)

6 is

Y, head of Yosef(@indubitablee)

7 is

q, A1Z26

So the picture is

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Yciumk fvnmksekmw pvqvz sromk gvdmg

The key is

torii - the type of gate shown (thanks @moehm)


former referenced being eager seven


Former referenced being eager (7)

Which is

EXCITED (Ex+cited = being eager)



  1. black to black

    Creates a lower case "e"

  2. lighthouse image

    "c", as in "sea"

  3. fishing scene

    "j" because the fishing hook is bolded compared to the rest of the picture

  4. blankness

    maybe "s"? The penultimate character (period considered a character) in the sentence: "The penultimate character is missing. Wonder what it is." The blank image was just a red herring?

  5. 2 Vs

    V/V = 1?

  6. cyclops looking thing

    "Y" for Yosef from Pit People game made by The Behemoth game making crew http://pitpeople.gamepedia.com/Yosef

  7. LOWER- Capital V

    "v" the - with the = is supposed to throw us off, it should read Lower - V as in lowercase v?

but that cant be right cause it's not matching with an image.
oh great pse community, lend me your strength, i beseech thee lol.

  • $\begingroup$ With the rebus tag applied, the last could be just a capital L: LOWER − OVER = LV; LV − V = L. Or the digit 5, which is ASCII 55 (LV). $\endgroup$
    – M Oehm
    Commented May 9, 2017 at 20:06
  • $\begingroup$ @MOehm The fact that they are written in capitals is purely a way I tend to write, not important/does not lead to Roman Numerals. Note: the - is important to figuring it out $\endgroup$
    – n_plum
    Commented May 9, 2017 at 20:57
  • $\begingroup$ Okay to help give a nudge. The letters you have correct are 'e', 'c', 'j', 'Y', $\endgroup$
    – n_plum
    Commented May 12, 2017 at 20:09

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