Reinier
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A letter with no particular backstory
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The paper says: How the deciphering works: Now my best explanation of the joke is Here is the paper together with the plaintext:

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My Three Children
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The ages are: In order to see this, EDIT: The above implicitly assumes that all ages are non-zero. If we drop this assumption, we get some more solutions (Although I do not think this is intended):

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"Groupie" Therapy
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11: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ s ‡ {Ra, D, GM, G, MO, f, R, BG, h, JZ} BONUS: _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ s {D, C, SS, BT, AC, P, RC, DS, HV, M, PU}

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Not another one! ²
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I think to the answer to the riddle (which I found just to late, but credits to xhienne) is: Bonus picture of the riddle:

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Hurricane Names
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The new naming convention is the following:

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PSE Advent Calendar 2021 (Day 24): The Witneys - Your Comfy Puzzles
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The beginning The first puzzles The third blanket Crosses This suggest the following rule: Irregular grids The flower/star/explosion/fireworks-symbol The last blanket The last puzzle Using ...

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Encrypted Pentopia
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The completed grid: Step by step solution: As a first step,

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2019 gold coins to share
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I can ensure that I receive at least To get this amount of coins, I could apply the following strategy: My friend can also ensure that I do not get more coins than this in the following way: So it ...

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a strange array
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I think the passcode might be Building on the answer of zekei:

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Orange you glad it's not Lemon?
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His favourite fruit is a The numbers are

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Oh dear, oh my, how blatant
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The next number is: We can namely do the following:

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Connect Wall - Grid Puzzles Edition!
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The puzzle types are: The solved grids: The categories: My final answer:

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Pentominous - Niftily
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The final grid: An explanation of the path I took: (Thanks to Beastly Gerbil and Deusovi for helping with eliminating the brute forcing!) As a next step, we observe Next, Let's look at the top ...

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C equals O, but in general
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Partial Answer Alphabet grid This gives However, we can do the following: Large grid with instructions I found only one way of doing this (but this was before the top row was added): Stars, 4's ...

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Hidden in plain sight
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Joseph probably likes

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Escape from Sudoku!
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10 votes

The completed grid: Step-by-step solution: We start by looking at the We finally filled in a digit, just 80 more to go! Lets look at the bottom box now, Next we look at row 5 again. Now we can ...

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Bringing Nonograms to a New Dimension
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The answer is: The solved puzzle is: (I believe that the solution is not completely unique, but at those points I made the choices that seemed most reasonable.) Now we can read of the following ...

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A UniCODE Puzzle
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I think you might be As others have pointed out,

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Cartological Cats: A Snaky-Loop Grid Puzzle with Cat-Shaped Matchmaking Clues
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Completed grid Step by Step Solution Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Step 12 Step 13

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Nurikabe: An Inconvenient Twelve
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The completed grid Step by step solution Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 And this completes the puzzle!

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Norinori: QR-Code-ish
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The completed grid: Step-by-step solution:

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Puzzle Hunt 06: Stepping Stones
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I believe the answer is: This works as follows:

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So Many Homophones?
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I found another one: 11:

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Seven strange souvenirs
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Another single answer: 7.

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Just a Regular Word Search
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The three twisty things are: These can be found in the pattern from David Starkeys answer as follows: These things are indeed twisty, as

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Words with Puzzlers
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Partial answer, using the findings of Gareth McCaughan As Gareth McCaughan already expected, These values completely agree with the values found by Gareth McCaughan. However, there is still a ...

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Gaps - Square Numbers
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The completed grid: Step-by-step solution: Now comes the first deduction which is a bit trickier: Next, we look at Now we are almost done!

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Maximising the number of lit lightbulbs through row-column toggling
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The answer is Reasoning for even $n$: Reasoning for odd $n$:

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An old inscription
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The inscription contains If we namely We can apply a similar trick to the name of the tribe:

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A piece of weird music!
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The message is: If we

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