Border

Clue 1


This alphabet seems very well suited...




Clue 2


Something you've seen and played, but differently displayed.




Solution


Using the deck alphabet, her robes read: "The bard is a king to me."




Clue 3


Some letters are self-evident, others may need to be inferred...




Clue 4


If you haven't yet, locate the deck's alphabet. You can find clues for it here.




Clue 5


With the alphabet in hand, read letter by letter, and you'll begin to understand.





Robes

Clue 1


This alphabet seems very well suited...




Clue 2


Something you've seen and played, but differently displayed.




Solution


Using the deck alphabet, her robes read: "The bard is a king to me."




Clue 3


Some letters are self-evident, others may need to be inferred...




Clue 4


If you haven't yet, locate the deck's alphabet. You can find clues for it here.




Clue 5


With the alphabet in hand, read letter by letter, and you'll begin to understand.





Border

Clue 1


So many letters, so few colors.




Clue 2


Two halves make a whole!




Solution


Herein lie two interwoven messages, one written in black, one written in red. Taking each color and reading it separately offers two sentences.
His border reads: "My dear queen it is a pleasure to know you. Our love is poetry like Venus and Adonis."




Clue 3


Two colors, two separate sets.




Clue 4


Consider each color individually...




Clue 5


To make any sense of this, you'll need to separate it.





Robes

Clue 1


This alphabet seems very well suited...




Clue 2


Something you've seen and played, but differently displayed.




Solution


Using the deck alphabet, her robes read: "The bard is a king to me."




Clue 3


Some letters are self-evident, others may need to be inferred...




Clue 4


If you haven't yet, locate the deck's alphabet. You can find clues for it here.




Clue 5


With the alphabet in hand, read letter by letter, and you'll begin to understand.





Border

Clue 1


So many letters, so few colors.




Clue 2


Two halves make a whole!




Solution


Herein lie two interwoven messages, one written in black, one written in red. Taking each color and reading it separately offers two sentences.
His border reads: "My dear queen it is a pleasure to know you. Our love is poetry like Venus and Adonis."




Clue 3


Two colors, two separate sets.




Clue 4


Consider each color individually...




Clue 5


To make any sense of this, you'll need to separate it.





Robes

Clue 1


The letters in the center are certainly not random.




Clue 2


It seems like the first part of an alphabet...




Solution


The center diagram shows the letters 'A' through 'I' with their corresponding symbols for a jewel of a cipher.




Clue 3


This King holds a key, but only one of the four you need.




Clue 4


The letters in the center are rather symbolic...




Clue 5


Take care to notate how it rotates.





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