Clue 1


A familiar code is disguised within...




Clue 2


Be sure to dot and dash your notes...




Solution


The message is spaced out to disguise morse code; two letters for a dot, four for a dash, written at an angle to represent a slash. The morse code reads 'Sam Porus'




Clue 3


Each letter is separated by a slash...




Clue 4


Hopefully these clues don't leave you too mor(o)se...





Clue 1


Where else can you find sublime and time?




Clue 2


Pay attention to the footprints...




Solution


This block of words disguises the location you're looking for in a Rail Fence Cipher.
Starting at the upper-left, and reading diagnoally down and right, then back up and right from the bottom, and continuing this pattern yields 'Alexandria'




Clue 3


Don't fence yourself into a corner, just ride the rail




Clue 4


It's okay to zig-zag a bit as you solve!




Clue 5


You're seeking a city, not a name...





Clue 1


Some poetry always helps me think...




Clue 2


Don't go looking for more than you need.




Solution


This Book Cipher corresponds to the stanza on the front of the card, using the format Line-Word-Letter. It spells out 'Pattern Recognition'




Clue 3


A whole poem isn't always needed, sometimes just a stanza will do...




Clue 4


Letter by letter, you can spell it out.




Clue 5


Line, word, and letter.





Clue 1


Some poetry always helps me think...




Clue 2


Don't go looking for more than you need.




Solution


This Book Cipher corresponds to the stanza on the front of the card, using the format Line-Word-Letter. It spells out 'Pattern Recognition'




Clue 3


A whole poem isn't always needed, sometimes just a stanza will do...




Clue 4


Letter by letter, you can spell it out.




Clue 5


Line, word, and letter.