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Have a look at the first Grand Grid to get an idea of the basic concept

Each Grand Grid involves you discovering clues that allow you to solve a logic grid puzzle. The second in this series will be just like the first, except not at all, because this time the clues are entirely obscured in the Runescape map.

I won't be able to provide transcripts this time as part of the challenge is working out what the actual text is.

The image gets scaled down on this site. You will need to view the image in hi-res here.

Here is an album of images with the map split into 32 sections

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There are six clues to find. I expect that this will require a group effort.

Join the Grand Grid chat to discuss it.

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  • $\begingroup$ the hi-res image still has a resolution to decipher the clue found. would you mind cropping the image into several pieces and uploading them here please? thanks and a +1 from me! $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Jul 28 at 10:03
  • $\begingroup$ Sure I'll do that because that seems like a good idea for convenience but you should definitely be able to view the image in max resolution from that link (it is pixel perfect, the same resolution that the official Runescape map is in)... you might need to click to get the magnified version. Or you could save it and view it in a program like Paint :) And to be clear, the image embedded in the question is not the hi res version. $\endgroup$ – Joshua Bizley Jul 28 at 10:11
  • $\begingroup$ Ah well maybe it is necessary to show smaller parts... that part is unambiguous on my browser (Chrome) but browsers can be unreliable in how they show images. $\endgroup$ – Joshua Bizley Jul 28 at 10:19
  • $\begingroup$ It may also be that you are expecting that part to be clearer than it needs to be; anyway, I'll post the image split up. $\endgroup$ – Joshua Bizley Jul 28 at 10:20
  • $\begingroup$ and is there multi-layer cipher? i mean, for example, a rot 13 on top of atbash? $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Jul 28 at 10:22

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