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Partial answer: significant progress, not sure what the next step is To start: Next, we follow those instructions: The next instruction is So, the last instruction says ...So now what?

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Based on the feedback that my last attempt seemed promising, I will continue in that vein. My second guess is: The reason: Original attempt:

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My second guess for the code is My original guess was Because: A comment from OP suggests the code can be found as So, noticing that

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With thanks to @Deusovi for solving the Masyus and doing the hard part. If you overlay the Masyu solutions on the Nurikabe solution, you will find something interesting: You notice that To extract: So to make this Masyu more colorful, you should probably do this: There, much better.

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Partial answer - stuck on extraction Solution to the Nurikabe: What else is going on? I'm not sure what to do next; overlaying the solutions to the logic puzzles doesn't look like anything useful. (And the fact that the 4×4 doesn't appear to work is surprising...)

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Continuing from Deusovi's work, here are the solutions to the remaining subpuzzles (the second from the first row, and the first, second and third from the second row. The rest is copied from Deusovi)

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Each of these grids is Solutions are below: (Puzzles 2, 5, 6, and 7 were solved by Reinier.) For the next step:

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I don't know the whole answer, but my guess is that .......__.. is Morse Code. Unfortunately, due to a lack of spacing, there are many ways to translate it. The next sentence says 'V is a sign for you.' This could mean to look for V in the code (..._). This translates as HVD, SEVD, ESVD, IIVD, EEIVD, EIEVD, IEEVD, EEEEVD, HVNE, SEVNE, ESVNE, IIVNE, EEIVNE,...

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The crazy bird is: An evil bird snatched the ball but the people burst in laughter. An angry devil tried to kill the bird but the bird never died. Who is this crazy bird? Hint #1: Hint #2: Hint #3: Hint #4: Hint #5:

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The grid is I couldn't find a logical path to reconstruct it; here's the solution I found through trial and error.

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(Thanks for the opportunity to answer one of these myself!) This puzzle is a: Both @jafe and @Rand'alThor have already solved the first-stage nonogram. The next thing to notice is that: To extract the puzzle's name, we then...

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Nonogram solution is as follows: Now some letters while others Noticeably, that second set of letters The first set looks like it might be Other types of puzzle that come to mind, looking at this:

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Partial answer Completed nonogram: No idea what to do next...

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The message is: After solving the Nonogram and combining it with the number grid (thanks @Rand) we get When we now sort the letters according to their numbers we get Taking the first letter of each of these words gives the final message shown at the top. Very nice and tough puzzle, btw!

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Another answer might be This is because Further,

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Since this is about "fourth wall", the answer should involve We don't have much to go on, so let's try Found one: Now since we're looking for an image, The only result that comes up is which contains this image:

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Partial answer ... Welcome back btw! Nonogram I love me a good nonogram puzzle :-) This seems to be Poem I think perhaps Incorrect, there is zero weight Mother! Striped with no bra Beat the sword, the best characters Gentlemen, behind! Largest to smallest Here’s the rhyme there’s not much time Every façade will fade to show true face Let your head ...

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I would say the ? should be:

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The first step is this: Then,

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I believe the answer is: This works as follows:

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Very very very partial answer; others should feel free to plunder it As I remarked in TSL chat, I can do just enough of this to be pretty sure I'm the wrong person to try to do all of it. (The right person to do all of it is Deusovi, I think :-).) OP encouraged me there to "say what you've got and invite collaboration", so here we are. I think much of this ...

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Partial Answer I think this puzzle is related to: Partial Examples $(39 = 65 = 68 = 70 \approx 67) \subset 69 \mapsto 90$ $2 < 80 < 52 < (58 \approx 46) < 92 < 93 \le 94$ The remaining examples, FYI: Question (Unsolved) $\text{75 and 34, where are they?}$ Bonus Question $37 \approx 55 \land 37 \ne 55, \text{why}?$

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Each of the given numbers... A Google search for... Armed with this knowledge... This yields the answer... This answer builds off of significant progress made by Gareth McCaughan in his answer. He deserves much credit!

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As figured out by both Lanny Strack and Rand al'Thor, Combined with the title, the song must be Also, as noticed by Stiv,

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Like Lanny Strack and Rand al'Thor already stated.. So, based on that... More reasoning:

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These flags are for Specifically, So the song must be

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It appears that If we Taking this data, the answer is extracted by

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The message reads: You obtain it by: More specifically:

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@MichałWójcik made good inroads into this puzzle, and his answer proved helpful for my own (go upvote him). The 10-letter answer to this puzzle is: Michał correctly identified 9 of the 10 flags; however, he needed to rotate the tenth one by 180 degrees to find the right country (had this been the only finding left to the puzzle I would have merely posted ...

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Following the extremely helpful 'scutwork' of @GarethMcCaughan, and using Hint #3, the answer is: Explanation: Final lists (Thanks @ChrisCudmore for the last one):

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First, the Fillomino should be solved: Then, And finally:

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Not sure, but the rule is probably: I also noticed: The last idea:

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Transcription of the grid: 00000000 D8 FF E0 FF 10 00 46 42 11 21 01 00 48 00 27 6E 00000010 2E 5F 2E 5F 6F 73 65 6D 61 52 64 6E 6D 6F 68 43 00000020 72 61 63 61 65 74 73 72 5F 2E 5F 2E 0A 0A 6E 4F 00000030 79 6C 61 20 20 6E 6C 69 75 6C 69 73 65 76 6D 20 00000040 6E 69 20 64 69 77 68 74 69 20 6C 6C 73 75 76 69 00000050 20 65 68 74 75 6F 68 67 73 74 63 20 6E ...

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I've only got a few of the answers so far, but wanted to put them out there to maybe provide a starting point. No idea what to do with the circle of letters at this time. 2) Not the sheep belonging to the departed 4) Mysterious healer 10) Imaginary fruit flesh 13) Jamaican peer-to-peer enthusiasts

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The title means: The first puzzle: The second puzzle:

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This can be done to these numbers by

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A little late to the party, but here is my solution. With some help from @Omega Krypton I solved it. Solving the nonogram, multiple solutions: Applying the hint from @Omega Krypton: This makes it possible to deduce the four letter word:

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