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Deals with me rarely are regretted.

I assure you, when last becomes first and the first last He'll be Rejected.

Adam Rejoiced in my newer locations --

Dancing about again and again as I disappeared into Rojo Conflagrations.


What am I?


Hint 1:

You've never seen me before as I'm an unpopular long, easy solution that goes by no other name.

Hint 2:

What's the opposite of Rojo Conflagrations?

Hint 3:

What's the opposite of Adam Rejoiced?

Hint 4:

What's the opposite of Rejected?

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I hope I'm not confusing matters but is the answer a

deceiver

Title: Garden and Desert

These are opposites (as the hints stress) and the answers below use this.

Deals with me rarely are regretted.

Deals with a deceiver are frequently regretted.

I assure you, when last becomes first and the first last He'll be Rejected.

Switch first to last of deceiver to get received.

Adam Rejoiced in my newer locations

Anagram deceiver to get Eve cried.

Dancing about again and again as I disappeared into Rojo Conflagrations.

Anagram to get Verde Ice, Verde/Rojo are Span. Green/Red and Ice is opposite of Fire (Conflagration/s).

I haven't solved the Steganography tag.

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  • $\begingroup$ Tom -- I'm still green. I misused the steganography tag and will remove. Thanks for your patience. $\endgroup$ – swihart Dec 26 '18 at 14:16
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Are you

The devil?

Because

deals with the devil are commonly referenced,

"When the first becomes last" refers to the apocalypse, when something complicated happens, but the devil loses?

Not sure about this one, A reference to the story about the garden of Eden?

Dancing about in fire, sounds like him

The title refers to the Garden of Eden and the tempting of Jesus in the desert, both biblical stories involving the devil.

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  • $\begingroup$ This is a useful answer, certainly on right track. Try to focus on lines 2-4. $\endgroup$ – swihart Apr 1 '18 at 4:21

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