1. Khay's Puzzle 3:

VfxphiglytxrVvzswbdkqiyg?

3 CLUE:

you'll need a full block to read this.

Puzzle 4 clue: the colors are the separaters. the language is the key.

Puzzle 5 clue: the second belfry?

Yours,
Me

2. Puzzle 4 solve:

Yours,
Me

3. SUPER SPOILERS!

Solves to all old puzzles, even ones the solves were previously posted for:

Puzzle 1:
3 10? (13^3,14^2,3^2,1^1)

Solve: THREE TEN? shift the letters as the key says - the first 3 shift 13 letters, the next 2 shift 14 letters, etc. Spells out "GUESS WHO?"
Answer: Khay, Khayprower, "you", etc. any are fine.

Puzzle 2:
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I wonder how many of you on tweleve actually try to solve my puzzles? Truly now? Nil? Lol. Well, give one a shot, why don't you? You might just get it... be a winner! Understood?

(9,16,8,7,6,10)
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Clue: 8,9,10,11,12,13,14,25,26,31,37,46,57,82

Solve to clue: count that many letters into the main puzzle to spell out answer.
Answer to clue: "how many letters"

Solve: count how many times each letter appears. only 1 letter appears 9 times, 1 letter 16 times, etc.

Puzzle 3:
VfxphiglytxrVvzswbdkqiyg?

Solve: If you make a full block of shifted text and read diagonally, or just shift 1, 2, 3, etc, you spell out "What month did I join tweleve?". I always just type out 26 lines of letters whenever I try a shift, so it seemed natural. I should have added a clue, like "1, 2, 3..." or something probably.

Puzzle 4:

Solve: Language names - Russian, Italian, German, Hebrew, Turkish, Arabic, Navajo, Spanish, Welsh, English, Romanian. first letter of the name of each.

Puzzle 5:
55,39,95,45,39,1,53

solve: the clue was "the second BELLFRY", a bellfry being an attic, of sorts. It was supposed to lead you to the periodic table. Or just try the periodic table anyways - lol. The atomic symbols "cs,y,am,rh,y,h,i". Just shift them.
Answer - "yo,u,wi,nd,u,d,e", or "you win dude".

Looking at these - it is obvious I needed to craft these better, but the ideas behind the encryptions were what I wanted to try. I would get a "neat" idea, and see if anyone else thought of it. Unfortunately, I needed to give people better starting points.

Yours,
-Me

4. Needs to say Hello!
Join Date
Jul 2007
Posts
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## thanks khay

couldn't solve any of them
but i'm not really good with these things anyway