# A Puzzle for Klei! (...and others who want to try)

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Palpetinus    839

As a scout, i figured out the puzzle quite fast.

Pen + Paper + scout's brain = Solution to every code puzzle a common person can understand.

Took me about 10 minutes. 2 minutes to confirm the letter pattern, 8 minutes to figure out the goddamn number meaning.

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As a scout, i figured out the puzzle quite fast.

Pen + Paper + scout's brain = Solution to every code puzzle a common person can understand.

Took me about 10 minutes. 2 minutes to confirm the letter pattern, 8 minutes to figure out the goddamn number meaning.

Really? 10 minutes? Pfft. I did it in 5.

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Palpetinus    839

Yep, i kinda got stuck at the numbers there.

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rocket    25

Really? 10 minutes? Pfft. I did it in 5.

Pff did it in 1 minute.

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Germolin    10

Here's my solution:

[ATTACH=CONFIG]1738[/ATTACH]

errrk I forgot to point out that "Mad" should "And" which makes it "WMZ" instead of "WNZ"

also, instead of "u -> t" it should be "u ->g"

You, sir, are a genius. You have my respect.

Edited by Germolin

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Palpetinus    839

Pff did it in 1 minute.

I just looked it and

BAAAM

Solution.

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leapster    18

They used to have these kinds of ciphers in the daily paper next to the crossword where you would solve a famous quote by swapping the letters. I miss those... bring on more ciphers!

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w00tyd00d    193

They used to have these kinds of ciphers in the daily paper next to the crossword where you would solve a famous quote by swapping the letters. I miss those... bring on more ciphers!

Haha, yup in my newspaper they're called "Cryptoquotes" and my grandfather had got me hooked on em when I was younger. This one was easy since the solution was just the letter swapped, but I also didn't want to make it too too hard because I didn't want people to give up thinking I was trolling them. Needless to say I could've made it a little harder (and also maybe proof-checked it too, thanks to Zing_of_Wind_Village to solving it in 2 days and pointing out where I screwed up ). I do plan on making another one so if you or anyone else is interested keep your eyes peeled for the next one when I release it! I'll probably put it in my sig as well.

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As a scout, i figured out the puzzle quite fast.

Pen + Paper + scout's brain = Solution to every code puzzle a common person can understand.

Took me about 10 minutes. 2 minutes to confirm the letter pattern, 8 minutes to figure out the goddamn number meaning.

Ah. Your a scout, I'm a heavy.

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Here's a small one I made. Probably easy. Then again, probably not. Just something I thought up. Goodluck.

l9sx15m9xw1nl5ss

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Here's a small one I made. Probably easy. Then again, probably not. Just something I thought up. Goodluck.

l9sx15m9xw1nl5ss

looks like the stuff you put in the calculator like how to spell "boobs" in calculator idk.

1,5,9 are the number correspondents of the first three vowels in the alphabet.

*Wilson smiles?

Edited by Zing_of_wind_village

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No.

But you're on the right track.

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wilson aimless?

aimless wilson? lols forgot that there was an "a" there. smiles xDDD what was I thinking

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I guess I made it harder than I thought. heh. And here I am not knowing a damned thing about codes and stuff. lol

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wtfudge still a no go?

lisxomixwanless

or lisxaemixwanless

guessing the x corresponds with spaces

come on someone solve it pls lols hopefully after I get back from my electromagnetics class

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I guess people are too busy whining about spoiled food stockpiles to have time to try and decypher a code.