Border

Clue 1


An odd alphabet indeed. Quite symbolic.




Clue 2


Have you solved my King's robe yet?




Solution


Enochian is read from right to left, when translated his border reads: "Each offer conceals an end, best to accept and ascend."




Clue 3


It may seem a bit backwards, but that's just a matter of perception.




Clue 4


Angels Script, Enochian...there are many names for this strange language.




Clue 5


Not every language reads from left to right...





Robes

Clue 1


My knave holds a stave, which offers the clue you crave.




Clue 2


Considered carefully, a pattern emerges.




Solution


Organizing all the letters in the checkered squares as per the pattern indicated by the staff the Jack of Clubs is holding (reading from left to right, top to bottom for each color set), her robes read: "There is one thing we yearn to earn, you must help your people learn."




Clue 3


Red on white, white on red, continue the pattern to get ahead.




Clue 4


Six separate sets, all out of sorts.




Clue 5


Separate sides offer different parts to the puzzle, each color pairing should be parsed out.





Border

Clue 1


To read my border, mind your order.




Clue 2


A message in four parts, flanked by familiar symbols.




Solution


Reading in the order indicated by the card backs, and the symbols flanking each set of letters, her border reads: "Once your own fate is known, pass the cards to John Paul Jones."




Clue 3


The inverse offers you an invaluable clue.




Clue 4


To be of any use, you must reorder your border.




Clue 5


Heart, club, diamond, spade, repeat.





Robes

Clue 1


My knave holds a stave, which offers the clue you crave.




Clue 2


Considered carefully, a pattern emerges.




Solution


Organizing all the letters in the checkered squares as per the pattern indicated by the staff the Jack of Clubs is holding (reading from left to right, top to bottom for each color set), her robes read: "There is one thing we yearn to earn, you must help your people learn."




Clue 3


Red on white, white on red, continue the pattern to get ahead.




Clue 4


Six separate sets, all out of sorts.




Clue 5


Separate sides offer different parts to the puzzle, each color pairing should be parsed out.





Border

Clue 1


My knave holds a stave, which offers the clue you crave.




Clue 2


Considered carefully, a pattern emerges.




Solution


Organizing all the letters in the checkered squares as per the pattern indicated by the staff the Jack of Clubs is holding (reading from left to right, top to bottom for each color set), her robes read: "There is one thing we yearn to earn, you must help your people learn."




Clue 3


Red on white, white on red, continue the pattern to get ahead.




Clue 4


Six separate sets, all out of sorts.




Clue 5


Separate sides offer different parts to the puzzle, each color pairing should be parsed out.





Robes

Clue 1


My knave holds a stave, which offers the clue you crave.




Clue 2


Considered carefully, a pattern emerges.




Solution


Organizing all the letters in the checkered squares as per the pattern indicated by the staff the Jack of Clubs is holding (reading from left to right, top to bottom for each color set), her robes read: "There is one thing we yearn to earn, you must help your people learn."




Clue 3


Red on white, white on red, continue the pattern to get ahead.




Clue 4


Six separate sets, all out of sorts.




Clue 5


Separate sides offer different parts to the puzzle, each color pairing should be parsed out.





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