1. #21
    What could have so many X's in it?

    Wonder if the Grayscale color scheme has anything to do with it.

    If those are song titles then U2 also have some pretty long song names (and lots of black/white/gray album covers). Don't feel like those could be titles though. Unless its some kind of code which explains all the X's. Or maybe those are for missing letters.

    Some letters are backwards too... N's, L's, G's Z's, J's are. Though some G's are also forward...
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    Originally Posted by chris60119 Go to original post
    First DLC of the year better be awesome!
    Music taste is entirely subjective, and one should not be disappointed in the event that a piece of DLC doesn't conform to their specific musical tastes.

    Just as an example, some people may be a fan of Extreme Metal, others are fans of soothing Soul and Soft Rock. Neither should be angry if the other group's DLC is represented this one week over the other.
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    Originally Posted by forest1903 Go to original post
    Music taste is entirely subjective, and one should not be disappointed in the event that a piece of DLC doesn't conform to their specific musical tastes.

    Just as an example, some people may be a fan of Extreme Metal, others are fans of soothing Soul and Soft Rock. Neither should be angry if the other group's DLC is represented this one week over the other.
    So you would be ok with Justin Bieber?
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    Originally Posted by chris60119 Go to original post
    So you would be ok with Justin Bieber?
    His music is not Guitar-centric, so I have no idea how this is relevant.

    All three genres of music I listed have been represented in Rocksmith at one point or another.
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    I've ruled out simple ROT cyphers...
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    They are definitely not scrambled words.
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    Originally Posted by chris60119 Go to original post
    So you would be ok with Justin Bieber?
    I would
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  8. #28
    First time posting, I wrote down all the letters in case anyone wants to play with deciphers:

    ADUFX DGGSQGF QWRLGF

    TRQ GO GXW GO WJNA GO RXKDWY TDJDWT
    NGKXT UWTT DAJX J YGUUJB

    VHFKP KULNFX OWXFX PWX
    MHAHPK NFX KULNFXK

    GQL XZURG GQULL CBRZGZWL
    ZVGLELUR DYJLN GQLV INNLN

    ESPBCVL QYBM

    EANFC AXCTYTN NTOAJNHODR IACU
    AXEAXACTRS NTJTDCAXY FTBDYTFAWDR
    NTJN(T)FTXCDCAHX
    Not sure if there is a T in the last line. Also, I've written the flipped one reversed (right to left). Here's left to right:

    LWZGZRBC LLUQG GRUZX LQG
    NLNNI VLQG NLJYD RULELGVZ
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  9. #29
    2-SUM OF ONE OF EACH OF UNITED STATES COINS LESS THAN A DOLLAR

    3-FIRST SQUARE WHERE THE DIGITS ARE SQUARES

    4-THE FIRST THREE POSITIVE INTEGERS BLUED THEN ADDED

    5-FIRST INTEGER RECIPROCAL WITH INFINITELY REPEATING SEXAGESIMAL REPRESENTATION

    Each line has a different chyper
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  10. #30
    Originally Posted by MythicWall Go to original post
    2-SUM OF ONE OF EACH OF UNITED STATES COINS LESS THAN A DOLLAR
    91. If counting the discontinued half-cent, it's 91 and a half.
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