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I think the girls first name is Explanation Still working on the other two parts to the puzzle


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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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The password is: Explanation:


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The thematic word is: Because:


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Okay, I believe the answer to this puzzle is: Why? Well, first of all note that the title is: Line 1: Line 2: Line 3: How do we put all this together?


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Answer: Building off of Jens' answer, we get the instruction Stacking the boxes in this manner, with 1 in the lower left corner, and filling columns first yields Reading this as


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Very partial answer If you you get If this is interpreted as There's (at least) two ways to stack the boxes in that way, but neither way immediately gave me an answer. I'm thinking


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The secret message is The model appears to be Searching for different possible mappings... The other mappings don't have an obvious translation. Finally,


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Probably wrong--I wish I could relate this to more than just the hints. The man that immediately comes to mind who needs help "handling" purple cows is Hintwise,


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If I'm right it is We can see it by noting that


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Not sure if I'm missing the actual puzzle, but this seems to be


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Her name is......


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I think the girl's name might be Sailing through the he would pass many reefs - in fact, it is a popular destination for scuba diving amongst the reefs! As part of the trip, he may pass by a "chameleon": His final destination:


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Her name is: Explanation: Attempt #2 Her name is: Explanation:


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Edited to add my third answer Partial Answer (But this time I am fairly sure that I got it) I think the answer is How I came to this answer: 1. Some comments regarding the email address 2. 3. Some comments regarding the phone number: I couldn't make use of these, but they might be (and probably are) clues as well: Farm dropmail.me The phone number ...


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Very partial solution Since this has been open for quite a while with no obvious progress, I'll post what I've found so far. Maybe someone else will see whatever I'm currently missing. First of all, Now, What I'm meant to do with this is currently beyond me.


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PARTIAL ANSWER First thing of note: Which gives us the ordering of: However:


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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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The answer is: How to solve? Notice first that there are: If we then: At this point, now that we know the encoding, we can see that there was another clue in the puzzle that I inadvertently skipped past altogether! Notice that: This solution also explains the title, since:


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I believe the Orthrus brothers need to return As I noted in the comments, The only information we haven't used yet is Finally, note that


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Intro Attempt 1 Attempt 2 Attempt 3


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Continuing from M Oehm's answer: The phrase he extracted should be parsed as This is then interpreted:


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Partial answer Answers to the trivia quiz: The letters And now?


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The filled grid: The aha moment: The next step:


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My answer:


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As it has been 2 weeks and no progress has been posted for 1 week, I am posting the intended solution. Firstly, it was required to parse the beginning: My head hurts... I feel like I'm missing something. "Avoid notes" starts with the left heading, reportedly. Ends firsts, like extremely terrifyingly impressively clearly plainly solved: After this point, ...


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x is: And the puzzle itself is: I was only able to work this out after Hint 3 gave away the values of s, q, u, r, k, t and p. Plugging these into the mathematics gave: Armed with the knowledge from Hint 2: Finally, Google was my friend! BOOM! Which all meant that 'x' must be:


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TL;DR: The answer to this puzzle is: Explanation: Note first of all that the puzzle itself bears a resemblance to: Note next that: Looking familiar? Of course! Because: So if we next: What can we do with this now? Well, how about trying to interpret this using: By doing so, we find that: Which (as stated at the very top) translates to: Notice finally ...


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Partial Answer Based off Astralbee's and Larry Alton Garrett's logic, I believe you may be referring to Pivoting off of the prior two answers, my logic is as follows: Taking the sequence of numbers to stand for letters, there could be several groupings (I only list the ones that felt the most pertinent; there's bound to be several others that may be more ...


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My Answer: 1) 2)


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Another observation: Conclusion thus far:


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This lecture appears to be about: cracking eggshells and doughnuts can make our bones stronger… And that pills are used so that bacteria cannot survive eyeballs were actually used as explosives in modern wars… And no one or animals can survive without eggs This lifebuoy is perfect for aircraft components, missiles, spacecraft, and satellites… And this ...


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Final answer See Deusovi's answer for the first step of filling in the grid. Now so evidently the buckle resembled


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My Guess is Because


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Partly inspired by PiIsNot3's answer ... cracking eggshells and doughnuts can make our bones stronger pills are used so that bacteria cannot survive eyeballs were actually used as explosives in modern wars no one or animals can survive without eggs [crude circle on a piece of white paper] lifebuoy is perfect for aircraft components, missiles, spacecraft,...


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For the top problem and for the bottom problem And in case my vocab didn't give me away, I am rather fond of graph theory. ^_^ Thinking of general audiences,


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Partial answer, but this lecture seems to contain Well, as we all know, cracking eggshells and doughnuts can make our bones stronger… And that pills are used so that bacteria cannot survive. But perhaps you may not know that eyeballs were actually used as explosives in modern wars… And no one or animals can survive without eggs! This lifebuoy is perfect ...


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Each of these (I don't know if there's any more to this puzzle, but it doesn't seem so: the usual methods of extracting from these results don't produce anything useful.)


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Partial answer: Grid filled, not sure how to extract The trick to filling the grid is that The filled grid, and clue explanations: What next?


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(I'm really just picking up the pieces left behind by M Oehm here; if you like this, go upvote one of his things.) If you take the and find and interpret them via then you get Now Note:


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He is probably speaking about: Because : And also:


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The first step is to realize: The clues are ambiguous, but with the above they can be answered in a way that The clue answers: The next step: Finishing off the puzzle:


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To the upper pair:


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Some observations on the first twelve graphs:


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The overall question is: With answer: Reasoning: First, label the eleven large squares: A B | F G C D | H J E | K L


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The common 'question' that all of the problems have is: The answers to the three problems marked in the spoiler are thus:     And the answer to the overall question is then:


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The numbers 56198 and 57494 represent


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The first step is to look at: That hints that the next step There's another hidden message in the puzzle: So:


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Here's my answer:


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