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Clue 1

There's a subtle clue in the image about the cipher style…

Clue 2

It's a got a very wooden name.

Clue 3

It has its ups and downs.

Solution

This puzzle uses a Rail Fence cipher and the 3 license plates, moving in a zig-zag across them.

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Clue 1

Notice any commonalities in the text?

Clue 2

Specifically the pizza company and the shirt.

Clue 3

They seem to share all their letters!

Solution

Both the t-shirt and the pizza brand are anagrams of the day.

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Clue 1

Like the wise men, follow the stars.

Clue 2

Let the stars point you in the right direction.

Clue 3

Not all the stars will point somewhere useful.

Solution

From top point to bottom point, the large stars "point" down at the text. Some fall between letters. Others hit specific letters.

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Clue 1

Definitely some counting involved in this one.

Clue 2

Maybe even an adding device!

Clue 3

X marks the spot.

Solution

The abacus tells you how many letters in to count, and the x on the base tells you which words to use.

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Clue 1

Those are some strange holes…

Clue 2

This is a very similar cipher to another, better-known one.

Clue 3

That tic-tac-toe game on the wall is a hint…

Solution

The holes in the wall along with the lines use the classic Rosicrucian (not the pigpen version) to spell your day.

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Clue 1

This scene looks familiar…

Clue 2

And yet, it also seems different.

Clue 3

What's changed?

Solution

This scene is similar to the Davy Jones comic, but with some letters changed.

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Clue 1

Which books stand out to you?

Clue 2

You might want to look up any real authors you see.

Clue 3

Take a look at their bibliographies.

Solution

Each of the 6 referenced writers has written a book with a different day of the week in the title, leaving one remaining day.

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Clue 1

Thinking, but not The Thinker.

Clue 2

What are the other sculptures?

Clue 3

Do you know their names?

Solution

The first letters of each sculpture pictured (all by Rodin) will give you the letter to a day.

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Clue 1

Looking for a clue clue?

Clue 2

That wasn't a typo in the last hint.

Clue 3

What do parrots stereotypically do?

Solution

Look at the pairs of repeated letters in the parrots' word balloons. Those letters spell a day.

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Clue 1

Even wrong triangles can be right…

Clue 2

Just find the best angle to approach this puzzle.

Clue 3

Or perhaps your missing angles will be best.

Solution

Figure out the missing number of each triangle by counting the number of degrees missing from the interior. Those numbers will make letters.

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Clue 1

All good hands? You bet!

Clue 2

Do you know them by name?

Clue 3

Lots of chips at stake.

Solution

The number of chips in each stack indexes into the name of that hand of cards.

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Clue 1

That's quite a bold sign.

Clue 2

What could 'ven' possibly mean?

Clue 3

Use overlapping logic!

Solution

The 'ven' implies 'venn diagrams,' indicating you should compare each pair of words for the common letter.

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Clue 1

Let the spirit work through you!

Clue 2

No bark. All sniff.

Clue 3

They're sure nosing around.

Solution

Each dog's nose points at a specific letter.

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Clue 1

How well do you know the game?

Clue 2

Focus on those houses…

Clue 3

This may not be the edition of the game you know.

Solution

The houses index into those specific property names… of the U.K. Monopoly board as clued by the player's shorts.