# Thread: Grid of letters, then what?

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## Grid of letters, then what?

If we finally figure out what to put in the 5x5 grid, and is confirmed in the text/images, etc. What methods could we use or apply to the grid to form a solution? In other words, we have the grid, now what?

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That's exactly the problem I'm running into. Somehow we have to use the key (is pook the key?) to figure out what numbers are equal to what letters, but I'm lost at how to get there.

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Long ago I decided to not use the grid. I dunno, maybe spell it out and use a shift cypher? try everything. Even though I decided to, don't give up!

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I've already filled the grid, and I know what the solution will be - a location, etc. The problem is figuring out what to do with it to get the name of the location.

-pix

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Maybe I misunderstood you - sounds like you're way ahead of me!

-pix

6. ## nm??

Originally Posted by Fenix
nm
YIKES! Another puzzle! What is "nm"?

7. Never mind, perhaps?

8. I think its the "smaller boxes" that we fill. We fill them with the same things Zac filled them with. And I think Zac filled them with the forest creatures.

So. Maybe each forest creature is a keyword in the grid/box. Just runnin' off ideas others have posted and clarifying them from my own point of view. Maybe ANT and BEE are not needed/used, since they are only three letter words and in the case of BEE with the double letters...well you do have BEETLE, which as a keyword would become B E T L E, wouldn't it.?

9. Originally Posted by Hunnytree
well you do have BEETLE, which as a keyword would become B E T L E, wouldn't it.?
i think BETL

fenix

10. Yes'm....B E T L it would BEE. Thanks for the correction.