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A Piecemeal Spoiler

by Ross Fertel, Puzzled Writer

31st October 2015

With a new expansion comes a new puzzle. Once more, we’ve got a puzzle that’s a little more of a long term deal, that will take you some time to solve. Not that it can’t be solved quickly, but that will take some luck. Or just having the spoiler itself, but that would defeat the entire purpose of the puzzle.

Below you’ll find all the titles for cards in Face of the Enemy. Most of the letters are replaced by the letter X, but some have been replaced by numbers. You’ll use those letters to complete the game text of a card. For example, the first letter of the first card in the set is the third letter in the solution. Yes, all punctuation marks and spaces have been removed. Once you complete the puzzle, you’ll have your spoiler.

Get solving and have fun.

XX(32)XXXXXXX(45)XXX(30)XX(69)XXXX

(29)XXX(16)(3)XXXX

XXXXXXXXX(70)XX

XXX(46)XXXX(36)XX(27)XXXXXXX

XXXX(12)XXX(83)XXXXX

XXXX(42)XX XXX(35)XXXX(54)XX

X(47)XXXXXXX(21)XXX

XXX(61)XX(39)XXX

XXX(43)XXXXXXXX(44)XXXXX

XXX(16)XXX(61)X(45)XX(58)

XXXX(13)XXX(28)X(76) (77)XXXX(33)XXXXXX

(85)XX(79)X(6)XXXX(34)XXX(65)XX(47)XXX

(51)XXXX(51)XX(66)XXX(7)XX(83)XX

X(56)XXXXX(23)XXX

(55)XXX(73)XXXXX

XXX(49)XX(40)

(60)X(14)X XXXXX(37)X

XXXXX(11)XXXXXX

XXXXX(20)

(17)XXXX

XX(74)X

XXX(31)XXXXXX(59)

X(64)XXXX(18)X

X(9)X

XX(72)XXX(78)XX(38)

X(1)XXX

XXXXX(19)XXXXX(81)

XX(4)XXX

XXXX(57)

XX(24) (25) (26)

XXXXX(2)XX(75)X(82)

XXX(62)X

XXX(22)X

X(30)XX(8)X

XX(71)XXXXX(5)XXX

XXX(10)X

XXX(51)

XX(51)XX

X(80)X(52)XXXXXX(53)XX(15)

XX(53)X(5)XX(67)XX

(6)XXXX(70)(41)XXX

X(68)X(86)


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