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I don't understand...
...why did they stop...?
The "Search for the Blind Eye" site's story doesnt even go past two pages...
...what happened? Why did they stop working on this?
- We don't know 19:20, December 18, 2013 (UTC)
Shorts Number Code
Really, I don't see why this was changed.
It's logic: There are no spaces in the cryptogram, and brackets were never removed in the process of the cryptogram. All you do: "These codes are solvable by taking the number beside a parenthesis as an episode number, and the other numbers beside them represents a letter in that episode's credits cryptogram." Thus the cryptogram is not I WAS SO BLIND. HE LIED TO ME. THE DARKNESS IS NEAR.", but rather "IWASSOBLINDHE][LIEDTO][METHE][DARKNESS][ISNEAR." Actually, it wouldn't even have a period at the end.
That was the whole point of why I set it out like that, so I have no idea why it was changed. Thus, this is no longer reliable unless it is changed back.
00:08, December 31, 2013 (UTC)
- I see. Tbh I just copied the table from the shorts page because each part of the sentence for each short shouldn't have it's own cell. But the bracksts can be returned if that's how it's supposed to be... 03:32, December 31, 2013 (UTC)
It could just be because my computer is experiencing problems, but I noticed that two of the four cryptograms at the top of the page are wrong, and a third is missing all but three of the symbols. The Caesar cipher has the cryptogram switched with the meaning, and the A1Z26 cipher is 3 letters off and backwards. (Yes, that is the equivalent of the combined cipher.) On the symbol substitution cipher, only a, b, c, and the question marks show up. For whatever reason, the edit button isn't there so I would like someone else to help me out by correcting the page. Zeoj99 (talk) 02:36, January 21, 2014 (UTC)
- I'll fix the a1z26. the symbols work for me 03:16, January 21, 2014 (UTC)
This code was posted on Alex Hirch's wikipedia page, by someone calling themselves "AlexHirschForRealz":
Nz tcmkc! Yhtd ay r mzalyle ty lnv 'Kzgxb Airpféxv Cdxxp' krzx Srvx Cqkqm. I szhk johmhlj tlvwy r ljwd yy mj haqzpzlby uarp stu fdvwq yhtd. A gd gjqge yo dagoc sjux qyuqq gt yemm tli czyxoim v nxu yhpzjovs. Ow lrfre ezoj oan, B utn'e cwbvag igwyhtyy zfo wqz. G'r jfdl mfiio mm xaj ezgk tcm zmaecyeket voxlys htdr se wivi aecj kufn. Vvw rmej harc pgir y gir asxk ii bac xeldgt wiiiec, flzyy cztc Jbjq ayo Kzrn.
About the cryptograms
How are we to know where these cryptograms came from? Is there a way to pinpoint where exactly they were shown in the episodes? If not, there should be.