Border

Clue 1


One border alone cannot be solved on its own...




Clue 2


In fact, you'll need all three, and to assemble your key.




Solution


The borders of the Jack, Queen, and King of Diamonds all contribute to the same message. Reading in ascending order, beginning with the indicated character on each border, using the key offered by your Kings, their 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."




Clue 3


Your Kings hold the keys.




Clue 4


To order your borders, you'll need to ascend through the ranks.




Clue 5


Be sure to begin as indicated, and you should find what you seek.





Robes

Clue 1


One border alone cannot be solved on its own...




Clue 2


In fact, you'll need all three, and to assemble your key.




Solution


The borders of the Jack, Queen, and King of Diamonds all contribute to the same message. Reading in ascending order, beginning with the indicated character on each border, using the key offered by your Kings, their 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."




Clue 3


Your Kings hold the keys.




Clue 4


To order your borders, you'll need to ascend through the ranks.




Clue 5


Be sure to begin as indicated, and you should find what you seek.





Border

Clue 1


One border alone cannot be solved on its own...




Clue 2


In fact, you'll need all three, and to assemble your key.




Solution


The borders of the Jack, Queen, and King of Diamonds all contribute to the same message. Reading in ascending order, beginning with the indicated character on each border, using the key offered by your Kings, their 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."




Clue 3


Your Kings hold the keys.




Clue 4


To order your borders, you'll need to ascend through the ranks.




Clue 5


Be sure to begin as indicated, and you should find what you seek.





Robes

Clue 1


Do you have your keys?




Clue 2


Your kings hold what you need.




Solution


Each King has one part of this symbol based cipher. These robes read: "The First Second Lady, The Second First Lady"




Clue 3


Be sure to notate how it rotates.




Clue 4


To find your missing letters, just follow the pattern.




Clue 5


Consider the Kings to find what you need, once you have your alphabet, proceed.





Border

Clue 1


One border alone cannot be solved on its own...




Clue 2


In fact, you'll need all three, and to assemble your key.




Solution


The borders of the Jack, Queen, and King of Diamonds all contribute to the same message. Reading in ascending order, beginning with the indicated character on each border, using the key offered by your Kings, their 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."




Clue 3


Your Kings hold the keys.




Clue 4


To order your borders, you'll need to ascend through the ranks.




Clue 5


Be sure to begin as indicated, and you should find what you seek.





Robes

Clue 1


One border alone cannot be solved on its own...




Clue 2


In fact, you'll need all three, and to assemble your key.




Solution


The borders of the Jack, Queen, and King of Diamonds all contribute to the same message. Reading in ascending order, beginning with the indicated character on each border, using the key offered by your Kings, their 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."




Clue 3


Your Kings hold the keys.




Clue 4


To order your borders, you'll need to ascend through the ranks.




Clue 5


Be sure to begin as indicated, and you should find what you seek.





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