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    Clue for 9/05 DLC

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    * brain explodes
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    The ?s in the Sudoku solve to P E M, if I did it correclty.
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    I can confirm that, with the order EPM from top to bottom.
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    Originally Posted by echostaffel Go to original post
    The ?s in the Sudoku solve to P E M, if I did it correclty.
    Was just about to post Top right is PEM.
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    * Not sure if this is right *

    For the circle clue.

    But if you convert the letters to their position in the alphabet, the two opposits ones (A+W, J+N) both add to 24. Extrapolating, that would mean that the missing letters are S and T.
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    It seems I am always one step late. I did the same thing, can confirm S and T if that method is correct.
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    For the diamond clue,

    I'm still missing the ? in the first column, but the other letters should be J, W, & R.

    The circles move down in steps of 3
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    Bottom left: Encoding the letters to numbers seems to give the first 9 prime numbers, with 5 and 11 missing. This would give us E and K.
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    Originally Posted by NotRolo Go to original post
    For the diamond clue,

    I'm still missing the ? in the first column, but the other letters should be J, W, & R.

    The circles move down in steps of 3
    FIrst one is "A". the "steps of three" seems to be correct, the pattern continues over the columns! so "D" - 3 = "A"
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