Clue 1


Hmmm... How can a string of numbers be a name?




Clue 2


It isn't alphanumeric... what's the pattern mean?




Solution


The numbers are an early portion of the Fibonacci sequence.




Clue 3


They all get larger, so maybe a famous number?




Clue 4


Or perhaps a well-known "sequence"...





Clue 1


Hmmm... The Password's Verse... So what can we learn about this verse? Is something hidden in it?




Clue 2


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




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.




Clue 3


Are there any missing letters?





Clue 1


Oof. So many numbers! Maybe the image behind them can help.




Clue 2


It's a shape that just keeps going and going...




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.




Clue 3


And the numbers just keep getting bigger and bigger, too.




Clue 4


Maybe it's an alphabet that goes on forever!





Clue 1


First, perhaps a little research is needed.




Clue 2


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




Solution


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




Clue 3


Maybe something more colloquial...




Clue 4


It might be staring you in the face.





Clue 1


Hmmm... The Password's Verse... So what can we learn about this verse? Is something hidden in it?




Clue 2


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




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.




Clue 3


Are there any missing letters?





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