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, and breaking the text down into pairs, where the first character is the suit and the second is the value;
His border reads: "As beautiful as she is powerful, my fine lady the Good Queen Bess."




Clue 3


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




Clue 4


Numbers and letters come in a set, and correlate to your alphabet.




Clue 5


It may help to break the text into pairs, and then solve it from there.





Robes

Clue 1


This may not be the only piece to this puzzle...




Clue 2


Your last queen has a clue to offer you.




Solution


One Jack stands staring back, sharing secrets with another.
Beginning with the Jack of Spades, and alternating with the Jack of Hearts, using the deck alphabet, it reads:
"You will be our pawn, until your final hour."




Clue 3


A message in two parts, similar yet...different.




Clue 4


Two knaves hold the answer you crave.




Clue 5


Spade, Heart, Spade, Heart, Spade...





Border

Clue 1


Without my king's border, you may be hopelessly lost.




Clue 2


This puzzle is like poetry...but what poem specifically?




Solution


A variant upon an Arnold Cipher that uses only 'Line(Word)' with the Shakespeare poem Venus and Adonis.
Her border reads: "We gave you supreme rule, pluck't the last queen like a flower, she had turn'd by far too foule, for pay we seek your power."




Clue 3


Arnold would probably appreciate this cipher.




Clue 4


No need to page through, you've got what you require.




Clue 5


So many lines of words.





Robes

Clue 1


This may not be the only piece to this puzzle...




Clue 2


Your last queen has a clue to offer you.




Solution


One Jack stands staring back, sharing secrets with another.
Beginning with the Jack of Spades, and alternating with the Jack of Hearts, using the deck alphabet, it reads:
"You will be our pawn, until your final hour."




Clue 3


A message in two parts, similar yet...different.




Clue 4


Two knaves hold the answer you crave.




Clue 5


Spade, Heart, Spade, Heart, Spade...





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


Without my king's border, you may be hopelessly lost.




Clue 2


This puzzle is like poetry...but what poem specifically?




Solution


A variant upon an Arnold Cipher that uses only 'Line(Word)' with the Shakespeare poem Venus and Adonis.
Her border reads: "We gave you supreme rule, pluck't the last queen like a flower, she had turn'd by far too foule, for pay we seek your power."




Clue 3


Arnold would probably appreciate this cipher.




Clue 4


No need to page through, you've got what you require.




Clue 5


So many lines of words.





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