LG15: Outbreak puzzles
- For other series, see Puzzles.
This is an index of all the puzzles that have taken place in the LG15: Outbreak web series.
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The binary translates to a message from the crew of Outbreak:
The video "Forgotten" contained two puzzles. The first was found at the beginning of the video where several groupings of letters can be seen, and was quickly solved. The second puzzle (see French Puzzle) is still unsolved and may require several videos to complete.
The letter groupings found in the video are:
SDUDW OPDEO DWLLA JAZPK IAEOP DANAW JUPDE JCEYW JZKEO EPDKL AHAOO ZKEDW RAWJU YDWJY AKBHE REJCE SWJPP KHERA EHHZK SDWPA RANEP PWGAO EHHZK WJUPD EJCPK OPWNU WHERA EHHZK WJUPD EJCFQ OPLHA WOAOW RAIA
These letter groupings were soon discovered to be a vigenère cipher, which utilized the keyword "W". Once deciphered, the letters yielded:
WHYHA STHIS HAPPE NEDTO MEIST HEREA NYTHI NGICA NDOIS ITHOP ELESS DOIHA VEANY CHANC EOFLI VINGI WANTT OLIVE ILLDO WHATE VERIT TAKES ILLDO ANYTH INGTO STARY ALIVE ILLDO ANYTH INGJU STPLE ASESA VEME
In proper text, the letters form a complete thought, with several sentences:
The video "Objective Assigned" contained two puzzles. The first was prominently found in the middle of the video as morse code (seen below). The second puzzle (see French Puzzle) is still unsolved and may require several videos to complete.
The complete morse code heard within the video was:
-.. . -- .-. .- / . .-. .- / ..- --- -.-- / . .-. ..- ... / . -.- .- -- / ... .-. . .-- --- .--. / .-.. .-.. .. .-- / ... .. / . -- .- -. / ... - . --. .-. .- - / . .... -
Translated, this comes out to:
DEMRA ERA UOY ERUS EKAM SREWOP LLIW SI EMAN STEGRAT EHT
This phrase, reversed gave the final phrase:
The video "Point Insertion" contained two puzzles. The first has yet to be uncovered, although it is known that it is in Morse Code (due to a tag). The second puzzle (see French Puzzle) is still unsolved and may require several videos to complete.
Catching Up, Closing Out
The video "Catching Up, Closing Out" contained a puzzle involving several flashes of green in the video. The meaning of this puzzle has yet to be discovered, and its solve is still in progress.
Vlogging: A Definitive Guide
The video "Vlogging: A Definitive Guide" contained a puzzle involving several flashes of green in the video. The meaning of this puzzle has yet to be discovered, and its solve is still in progress.
Because I Left
The video "Because I Left" contained several lines of Greek text, seen at 0:00, and again at 5:55.
The text seen at 0:00 is:
ωηατηαππενσ τοτηετιγητροπε ωαλκερωηοφαλλ σωιτηοθτηισσα φετυνετ
When entered with standard alpha-numeric characters using Greek input, the phrase reads:
The text seen at 5:55 is:
Using the same translation as above, the phrase reads:
My Arm Hurts
The text blog My Arm Hurts features a hidden puzzle, in which the first letter of each sentence in the blog forms a phrase. The phrase in this case is "Crystal, wait for Mason's call."
You Thought It Was Over?
The video "You Thought It Was Over?" contains an array of puzzles, many of which have yet to be solved. For ease of access, they will be listed here in the order that they appear in the video.
The movie seen within the video is the Alfred Hitchcock movie "The 39 Steps". It is currently unknown whether this is of significance.
The symbols shown in the video from 1:44 - 2:03 are, in actuality, the font face "Wingdings 3". When translated, the symbols form the following phrase (without spaces or punctuation):
The numbers seen in the video from 2:32 - 2:33 are:
88894 41888 79325 13152 33645 75989 42836 33913 89615 19379 28394 29591 83786 37944 19
The "French Puzzle" can be found during the appearance and disappearance of the french phrases at the end of the videos Forgotten, Objective Assigned, and Point Insertion. Several symbols and letters appear quickly on the screen, seemingly at random. The French phrase is currently solved, but its significance is unknown at the moment. The random symbols may have some reason behind them or they may be just an outro effect, that as well is unknown as of yet.
As there is no clear approach to how this puzzle should be solved yet, please visit LG15 Today for the current progress.
All together the French is:
"Il ouvrit les yeux et regarda dehors au lever du soleil et a vu le matin."
This is the translation of the French: