I found a very odd puzzle some time ago. I thought it was interesting, when I realized it was my own puzzle! Somehow I had no memory of creating it. Well, it turns out that I also created another puzzle, and something tells me they are related. Here it is:
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Everything above the line is part of the puzzle.
Here's a hint to help you along:
along with the puzzle, a smudged note was found saying something about a lair.
I'll accept an answer that doesn't have it, but if you want a fully complete answer see if you can explain this hint.
This puzzle is partially inspired by this riddle