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Okay, with a big nod to @Strawberry who found the first connection which set this train in motion, I believe all of the bullet points here each take the form of: The lines equate as follows: Also, I have the feeling this is called 'Sophie's Puzzle' since:


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Barry is flying to because I found these clues within the story:


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Barry is flying to Explanation


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Case Number: TG04 Report prepared by: Chief Inspector Stiv (PSE Police) Personnel: This perplexing case was investigated - and solved - by a team of crack sleuths in the Chain Puzzles chatroom. Contributions are acknowledged where credit is due, with a particular hat-tip to Sergeant Braegh, whose keen eye and perceptive mind were incredibly useful on ...


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If you So the answer is The significance of Additional easter eggs / hints:


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The code is ... Because


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This solving process was a collaborative endeavor, starting here. It's been agreed that @msh210 will be making the next puzzle in the chain. The first thing to notice: Now, what can we do with this new picture? So the answer must be...


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Deepthinker101 has gotten part way but I think the colour of the house is First part Second part


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Partial answer:


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I suspect the king may have been The oracle speaks The King - Greetings, wise Oracle. Tell me, if the Gods approve, where should I go to war? The Oracle - Gamble strike a feline throw just away the useless french wine. The King - That... is not very helpful... And what is "french" anyway? Nevermind, my next question is: will I win this war? The ...


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The answer is Method: Each set of 4 symbols represents Following round the arrows, the next set of 4 symbols represents Specifically: Working through the individual clues: OXOO -> ?XXO tells us ?XXO -> ?X?? tells us ?X?? -> X??O tells us X??O -> O?O? tells us O?O? -> OXOO tells us Rechecking what we learned so far Which confirms the ...


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The answer is: Because the lines of this riddle represent: 10 is the password, the weapon of choice; 9 tracks your progress, and 8 the sung voice. 7 tracks your speech; then 6 will accuse. 5's bright and 4's hollow; 3's nearly sin if I lose. 2 is in 3 and in this riddle thrice. 1 is the solver, a char will suffice.


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I think the story is: Here's the image:


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This is a nearly (90%) complete answer. The signal is sharing: Here's how: Once they've indicated this understanding, then we can read the second part much more straightforwardly.


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Barry was flying to With the source, we can extract to get: Interpreting this as This generates Interpreting this as This generates Interpreting this as This generates Hints to this in the flavour text include: This is replicated in


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Perhaps Grandpa's sequence is based on When writing l, M, l, M, X consider the number of I don't think I can go any further in this sequence as the next Title: Bunch of letters? It is all Greek to me


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I think, Explanation


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This puzzle is AWESOME! I am stunned that you were able to get this to work out in this manner. Major props to oAlt for the idea on the grid deduction...this was really a team effort. Starting with the easy step: Next: Notice: oAlt's Contribution: So what do we do? Skipping to 3, 4, and 5: Finally:


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The pilot is flying to Explanation:


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It appears that So Thomas can create green by mixing And curiously,


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Here is my attempt at solving this:


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This code can be solved by: Doing this:


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The Sudoku solution: And


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