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## Hint 1

This website doesn't appear to exist.

## Hint 2

That long string of numbers doesn't seem to translate to anything in alphanumeric so it must be something else.

## Hint 3

It just keeps getting bigger and bigger and adding onto itself...

## Hint 4

What's the name of the sequence/pattern?

## Solution

Final Answer: This is the Fibonacci sequence.

## Hint 1

Even more numbers. This is what we get for working with a physicist.

## Hint 2

Up in the thousands and down in the zeros, these numbers are all over the place!

## Hint 3

You may need to solve some of the other puzzles to see if they can shake anything loose over here.

## Hint 4

Are you on the website for this card yet?

## Hint 5

And how did you manage to do it? It may help you out with decoding this.

## Solution

Final Answer: The numbers are alphanumeric, but instead of just using the first 26 numbers, the cipher uses the first 26 numbers of the Fibonacci sequence to make its alphabet. Ultimately, this will give you the name Pasque Valentine.

## Hint 1

And yet more numbers... perhaps the shape behind it can help?

## Hint 2

It's a shape that keeps going and going and building on itself.

## Hint 3

Those numbers seem to be only getting bigger too...

## Hint 4

Maybe it's an alphabet that goes on forever!

## Solution

This cipher is a cyclical alphabet, with the numbers always ascending and never starting over. So while A is 1, A is also 27 and so on.

This translates to: Ask me about recursion.

## Hint 1

A little research may be needed.

## Hint 2

The name of the queen doesn't seem to be working.

## Hint 3

Perhaps a bit more colloquial of a name would work.

## Hint 4

In fact, the first name might be staring you right in the face!

## Solution

Final Answer: This stamp was commonly known as the Penny Black. So Ms. Black's first name here in Penny.

## Hint 1

"The Password's Verse" is an interesting title for this. Perhaps there's something in the words here.

## Hint 2

Maybe not a secret message, but perhaps what the entire verse is.

## Hint 3

Are there any letters from the English alphabet missing?

## Solution

There are no missing letters. In fact, every single letter in the alphabet is contained in this sentence, which is known as a PANGRAM.