Alphabet

Clue 1


Letters scattered throughout, wonder what those are about...




Clue 2


It's important to maintain order.




Solution


The Suit Cipher is crafted from an assortment of cards in the deck, beginning with the Ace of Hearts for 'A'.
Using the order indicated on the back of the cards (Heart, Club, Diamond, Spade) a pattern can be inferred from the letters offered by certain number cards.

The first four letters of the alphabet are as follows:
A = Ace of Hearts
B = 2 of Clubs
C = 3 of Diamonds
D = 4 of Spades




Clue 3


The back of the cards have something well suited for ordering your alphabet.




Clue 4


A = 1, and B = 2, but not necessarily in the same suit.




Clue 5


Keep order in mind, and lay out what you know, a pattern may present itself.





Border

Clue 1


Something you've seen and played, but differently displayed.




Clue 2


You've seen this before, though never in this form.




Clue 3


Each set of characters offers a quantity, and suit.




Clue 4


Time to make use of the deck alphabet, in ways you haven't yet.




Clue 5


To properly translate, you'll also need to rotate.




Solution


Each set of pips stands for a letter from the alphabet integrated throughout the deck. Half the message can be read at any given time, to read the other half the card must be turned 180 degrees.
Her robes read: "Four things are sought, even queens can be bought."





Orders

Clue 1


Letters scattered throughout, wonder what those are about...




Clue 2


It's important to maintain order.




Solution


The Suit Cipher is crafted from an assortment of cards in the deck, beginning with the Ace of Hearts for 'A'.
Using the order indicated on the back of the cards (Heart, Club, Diamond, Spade) a pattern can be inferred from the letters offered by certain number cards.

The first four letters of the alphabet are as follows:
A = Ace of Hearts
B = 2 of Clubs
C = 3 of Diamonds
D = 4 of Spades




Clue 3


The back of the cards have something well suited for ordering your alphabet.




Clue 4


A = 1, and B = 2, but not necessarily in the same suit.




Clue 5


Keep order in mind, and lay out what you know, a pattern may present itself.





Border

Clue 1


Such a strange assortment of symbols.




Clue 2


You've seen it all before.




Solution


A mishmash of characters from every alphabet you encounter through the deck, his robes read: "We are coming for you. Mind your borders and orders."




Clue 3


Character by character...




Clue 4


So many different symbols, you'll need to solve each one.




Clue 5


Maintain the given order, and translate carefully.





Robes

Clue 1


Such a strange assortment of symbols.




Clue 2


You've seen it all before.




Solution


A mishmash of characters from every alphabet you encounter through the deck, his robes read: "We are coming for you. Mind your borders and orders."




Clue 3


Character by character...




Clue 4


So many different symbols, you'll need to solve each one.




Clue 5


Maintain the given order, and translate carefully.





Border

Clue 1


Letters scattered throughout, wonder what those are about...




Clue 2


It's important to maintain order.




Solution


The Suit Cipher is crafted from an assortment of cards in the deck, beginning with the Ace of Hearts for 'A'.
Using the order indicated on the back of the cards (Heart, Club, Diamond, Spade) a pattern can be inferred from the letters offered by certain number cards.

The first four letters of the alphabet are as follows:
A = Ace of Hearts
B = 2 of Clubs
C = 3 of Diamonds
D = 4 of Spades




Clue 3


The back of the cards have something well suited for ordering your alphabet.




Clue 4


A = 1, and B = 2, but not necessarily in the same suit.




Clue 5


Keep order in mind, and lay out what you know, a pattern may present itself.





Robes

Clue 1


Something you've seen and played, but differently displayed.




Clue 2


You've seen this before, though never in this form.




Clue 3


Each set of characters offers a quantity, and suit.




Clue 4


Time to make use of the deck alphabet, in ways you haven't yet.




Clue 5


To properly translate, you'll also need to rotate.




Solution


Each set of pips stands for a letter from the alphabet integrated throughout the deck. Half the message can be read at any given time, to read the other half the card must be turned 180 degrees.
Her robes read: "Four things are sought, even queens can be bought."





Internet

Clue 1


So many pages to peruse!




Clue 2


There's more to the institutes than records and research...




Solution


Be sure to mind your URL's as you peruse...




Clue 3


Discretion is always appreciated, make use of monikers.




Clue 4


Pay special attention to the faculty.




Clue 5


Pay close attention to every detail...especially the highlights!





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