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


Those certainly aren't just X's and V's.




Clue 2


It seems rather romanesque.




Solution


This border is written in roman numerals, which can be translated back into arabic numerals, and then into their alphabetic equivalent. It reads: "If these cards have come to you, then you know what you must do."

(Also, no need to check every card, all the backs are the same!)




Clue 3


A somewhat archaic numeral system...




Clue 4


Once you've numbered it out, you just need corresponding letters.




Clue 5


Roman to arabic, and lastly to letters.





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


Before you proceed; solve all four suits, and you'll have what you need.




Clue 2


Strangely symbolic, but so familiar.




Solution


A message written in four different sets of characters, each of which appears in only a single suit. Using the indicated suit order of Heart, Club, Diamond, and Spade, to read through each set of characters in order, this border says: "The Makers of these cards are certainly no mystery, they weave the cloth of history."




Clue 3


Alphabets you've seen before...




Clue 4


Each alphabet occurs in only one suit.




Clue 5


Your border is out of order, to reorganize would be suitable.





Robes

Clue 1


Before you proceed; solve all four suits, and you'll have what you need.




Clue 2


Strangely symbolic, but so familiar.




Solution


A message written in four different sets of characters, each of which appears in only a single suit. Using the indicated suit order of Heart, Club, Diamond, and Spade, to read through each set of characters in order, this border says: "The Makers of these cards are certainly no mystery, they weave the cloth of history."




Clue 3


Alphabets you've seen before...




Clue 4


Each alphabet occurs in only one suit.




Clue 5


Your border is out of order, to reorganize would be suitable.





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


Before you proceed; solve all four suits, and you'll have what you need.




Clue 2


Strangely symbolic, but so familiar.




Solution


A message written in four different sets of characters, each of which appears in only a single suit. Using the indicated suit order of Heart, Club, Diamond, and Spade, to read through each set of characters in order, this border says: "The Makers of these cards are certainly no mystery, they weave the cloth of history."




Clue 3


Alphabets you've seen before...




Clue 4


Each alphabet occurs in only one suit.




Clue 5


Your border is out of order, to reorganize would be suitable.





Internet

Clue 1


Before you proceed; solve all four suits, and you'll have what you need.




Clue 2


Strangely symbolic, but so familiar.




Solution


A message written in four different sets of characters, each of which appears in only a single suit. Using the indicated suit order of Heart, Club, Diamond, and Spade, to read through each set of characters in order, this border says: "The Makers of these cards are certainly no mystery, they weave the cloth of history."




Clue 3


Alphabets you've seen before...




Clue 4


Each alphabet occurs in only one suit.




Clue 5


Your border is out of order, to reorganize would be suitable.





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