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If you then then you get


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First, Next, Title explanation:


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Upper left: Upper middle: Upper right: Lower left: Lower bottom: Lower right: The theme might be:


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COMPLETE SOLUTION: The solutions to the 12 rebuses are as follows... Noting that: This then anagrams to the final answer:


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Got it... Looking at the numbers, I find that all the numbers on a light colored background are 4, 5, 6, or 7. And only five are 4 and 5. The problem was that I don't know how to pair up the digits, except that I'm pretty sure the inner ring goes yielding However it goes, the "e" and "f" must be paired with "4" or "6", yielding n/N and o/O Edit: to ...


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It says because This also fits the title, for obvious reasons.


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I see: ...if:


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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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I think the answer is Completed crossword Completed wordsearch Finally Thanks to Mathgeek for suggesting overlaying the images in the comments. 2 down in the crossword


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


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The answer is Green: Light Blue: Brown (FINALLY): Lime Green: Clear: Pink: Navy Blue: Sky Blue: Yellow: Orange: That produces:


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The verse at the start clearly seems to point to and the barcodes [EDITED to add:] The title Now which is clearly referring to [EDITED to add:] I'm not sure whether there's more we're supposed to do. [EDITED to add:]


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I believe the answer is: This works as follows:


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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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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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Second attempt The two-digit number is: I calculated it as follows: Previous attempt I will take a stab at it, and guess that the two-digit number is: I calculated it as follows:


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I think the topic might be


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Answer: Explanation:


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This reminds me of the game Ricochet Robot. Tutorial solutions Here's my initial solution for the first puzzle. Second puzzle


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The picture depicts: These resemble a famous: Translating it:


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How about: Revised


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With a tip of the hat to Rand, the answer is: I interpret the pictures as follows: 1 2 3 4


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As Hint 1 says: How are the stickers used? So what does the message say? Ultimately we are trying to find out the woman's profession, so what can this cryptic-sounding riddle translate to?


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These flags are for Specifically, So the song must be


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Per the hint


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


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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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