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Robes

Hint 1

Do you have my keys?

Hint 2

Only The Kings May Hold The Keys

Hint 3

Rotation is important to consider here.

Hint 4

To find your missing letters, merely follow the pattern.

Solution

Each King has one part of this symbol based cipher. These robes read: "A revolution you want to win. We can tell you how to begin."

Border

Hint 1

A single border cannot hold them back. More are needed for our own protection.

Hint 2

In fact, you may need three.

Hint 3

Only The Kings May Hold The Keys

Hint 4

The best way to order a border is through hierarchy. Start at the lowest position and work your way up.

Solution

The borders of the Jack, Queen, and King of Diamonds all contribute to the same message. Reading in ascending order starting with the Jack AND beginning with the one character that stands out on each border AND using the key offered by your Kings, your borders read: "These cards belonged to three before, beyond you they must go to two more. If you have been paying close attention, then you can likely guess our intention. When your work is finally done, pass the cards to Madame Le Brun."

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Border

Hint 1

A single border cannot hold them back. More are needed for our own protection.

Hint 2

In fact, you may need three.

Hint 3

Only The Kings May Hold The Keys

Hint 4

The best way to order a border is through hierarchy. Start at the lowest position and work your way up.

Solution

The borders of the Jack, Queen, and King of Diamonds all contribute to the same message. Reading in ascending order starting with the Jack AND beginning with the one character that stands out on each border AND using the key offered by your Kings, your borders read: "These cards belonged to three before, beyond you they must go to two more. If you have been paying close attention, then you can likely guess our intention. When your work is finally done, pass the cards to Madame Le Brun."

Robes

Hint 1

Do you have my keys?

Hint 2

Only The Kings May Hold The Keys

Hint 3

Rotation is important to consider here.

Hint 4

To find your missing letters, merely follow the pattern.

Solution

Your Kings hold the pieces of this cipher and these robes read, "The First Second Lady, The Second First Lady"

Border

Hint 1

A single border cannot hold them back. More are needed for our own protection.

Hint 2

In fact, you may need three.

Hint 3

Only The Kings May Hold The Keys

Hint 4

The best way to order a border is through hierarchy. Start at the lowest position and work your way up.

Solution

The borders of the Jack, Queen, and King of Diamonds all contribute to the same message. Reading in ascending order starting with the Jack AND beginning with the one character that stands out on each border AND using the key offered by your Kings, your borders read: "These cards belonged to three before, beyond you they must go to two more. If you have been paying close attention, then you can likely guess our intention. When your work is finally done, pass the cards to Madame Le Brun."

Robes

Hint 1

Do You Have My Keys?

Hint 2

Perhaps I should assemble the Kings to talk this over...

Hint 3

Simple to translate, but you may need to rotate as well

Solution

Each King has one part of this symbol based cipher. Reading line by line and turning each time, these robes read: "We have only one goal, we desire total utter control."

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