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Hint 1

Some lovely quotes, but I wonder where they're from...

Hint 2

They're very famous, and the Bard holds the truth.

Solution

Final Solution: Each quote is from a play by William Shakespeare. Read left to right, the first letter of each title gives the plaintext: Pat Otool.

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Hint 1

Hard to see anything here without windows.

Hint 2

Though even these windows seem a bit full of something else.

Solution

Final Solution:
Hidden in the windows of the globe theatre is the word: DUBAI.

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Hint 1

The theme of this card will help you figure out these strings of letters.

Hint 2

This image in particular will help you narrow it down to just one play!

Hint 3

The cast of characters in this play will assist you.

Hint 4

Hamlet's list of characters will help you here.

Hint 5

Remember, it's not about what's there as what's missing.

Solution

Final Solution: Your text is made up of character names from Hamlet, only certain letters have been removed. The missing letters form the text: I robbed the Gardner Museum.

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Hint 1

A classic cipher seen before.

Hint 2

The numbers must be a map for one of Shakespeare's works...

Hint 3

...but in this case, the play is NOT what you're looking for.

Hint 4

Shakespeare was known for writing something besides plays.

Hint 5

He has quite a large poetic body as well.

Solution

Final Solution: Each string of numbers correspons to Shakespeare's sonnets: sonnet number, line, and word. The resulting plaintext reads: I live like a king here. I will never return and never be a prisoner. Tell the world my story.