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Don't Pull Jack's Leg!

In Cryptography teasers, a phrase or expressions has been encoded in some way (frequently by replacing letters with other letters). You need to figure out the encoding method and then decode the message to find the answer.

 

Puzzle ID:#49272
Fun:*** (2.23)
Difficulty:*** (2.89)
Category:Cryptography
Submitted By:Gizzer*

 

 

 



The following quotations all have a common theme. Can you decipher them?

JACKLEG MUGL, ONE WE FAKLC'E LKKY EA MUG KCANRJ EA LNWE LAYK MKAMQK. - XWC JNOOUBF

EJK OKLE YKULNBK AS U YUC'L JACKLEG WLC'E JWL WCPAYK EUH BKENBC. WE'L EJK TKBA UFVNLE AC JWL OUEJBAAY LPUQK. - UBEJNB P. PQUBXK

EJKBK UBK ACQG EDA DUGL AS EKQQWCR EJK PAYMQKEK EBNEJ - UCACGYANLQG UCF MALEJNYANLQG. - EJAYUL LADKQQ

DJKC LAYKEJWCR EJUE JACKLE WL LUWF WE NLNUQQG CKKFL U SKD YWCNEKL AS LWQKCPK EA FWLLWMUEK. - MUYKQU BWOAC

WS EJK EBNEJ FAKLC'E LUIK NL, DJUE FAKL EJUE LUG UOANE NL? - QAWL YPYULEKB ONVAQF




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Comments

HITMAN-47
Jul 26, 2012

Yay first one tah comment!!!!! Awesome teaser it just needs a hint coz I was never gona gt that one right
OzHamza*ng
Jul 06, 2013

I commend you but your codes weren't true to type. What I mean is this; how can an alphabet have two representations? For example, in the answer guide you provided, (N=U and U=A), (R=G and B=R). This makes the whole thing ambiguous. All the letters should be represented by one letter only.
Gizzer*
Jul 06, 2013

OzHamza, there is no ambiguity. Each letter in the encrypted text maps to only one letter in the decrypted text. This is a standard way to represent the key. The notation is not algebraic. N=U and U=A means N maps to U and U maps to A.



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