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The answer is: First note that: Then notice that we can: We now need to work out: From this, we can deduce that we should:


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Take text (as writing on mobile phone keyboard): as: that translates with caesar +20 (or +6 for decrypt) as:


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First step: Second step: Which is one off to (or when A=0, Z=25):


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The cipher is: E.G. And thus, the message reads: Shout-out to @Stiv for spotting OP's mistake, and thus confirming my hunch.


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Not sure if you meant something like this, example puzzle: The King's Gambit: Chess opening that begins to be popular again: 1. e4 e5 2. f4 (White is weirdly offering a pawn) Now when you know how message works, you can try it yourself. Or I should be describing hide and seek? Sorry for format, hope it is enough. And solution for this is obvious: ...


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I'm going to ... The last pages of the logbook read: How the cipher works:


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The answer could be The reason is the following:


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If we we get so, given that we're asked for a number, we should replace the question mark with Though I wonder whether actually something more like would be more appropriate.


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It is: and


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The password is: Explanation:


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First of all, the ticket says Now (I remark pedantically that "a" should really be "the"). Now, And Incidentally, a concert of choral ecdysiasts sounds pretty entertaining.


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This is pretty far fetched but:


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The Solution to “The Hidden Treasures” By Natalie Aldenderfer Welcome to an explanation of a very weakly connected and convoluted riddle, where things only get weirder and more convoluted as you go on! Using human instinct, you believe that the first stanza leads to the first clue. You read the riddle once, and see that there at the bottom of the second ...


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