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On February 26, 2021 at 3:32PM EST ukla wrote:

Okay. I got this okay without looking at any hints. I spent a lot of time, though, trying to find a convention for referring to the top, left and right of a player's square. Eventually, just checked out all four variations, plus the one using the page itself as a guide. It felt a little annoying, but in reality, didn't take all that long to just check them out. It becomes clear pretty quickly if they're not going anywhere. Of course, I tried the right one, last.

On February 6, 2021 at 7:39PM EST Gneen wrote:

My only problem with this one is the creation of the unciphered square omitting Q rather than J as most of the googled examples do ... glad there was a clue to eventually tell me this!

On February 6, 2021 at 7:36PM EST Gneen responded to HaltOCarrick:

Agreed! Once you realize it is a four square cipher and the bounces determine which ciphered letters to choose from squares 2 and 3, the mapping into the unciphered squares (1 and 4) is the same no matter the contents of 2 and 3 ... so the keys are completely irrelevant methinks!

On February 4, 2021 at 5:09PM EST HaltOCarrick wrote:

Hint 3 says to use speed and accuracy as the keys, but I used four and square, which worked. I don’t know how, but... I’m not complaining!

On February 4, 2021 at 5:09PM EST HaltOCarrick wrote:

Hint 3 says to use speed and accuracy as the keys, but I used four and square, which worked. I don’t know how, but... I’m not complaining!

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