Title: 5 easy jigsaws of Kevin Malone and his famous chili
Fandom: The Office.
Rating: G
Artist notes: First time for this fandom. Have fun and good luck!
Summary: What it says on the tin.

jigsaws )
Title: Word Search and Fallen Phrase Puzzles
Fandom: Torchwood
Artist: tardisjournal
Rating: G
Notes: I've had the pleasure of doing these kinds of puzzles in various land comms here on LiveJournal, and couldn't miss this chance to create some of my own! For the fan_flashworks challenge "puzzles". (Sorry for the weird spacing in this post--LJ's fonts aren't playing nice.)
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Fandom: Once Upon A Time
Rating: All puzzles are Work Safe (G/K).
Challenge: #91: Puzzles
Notes: It's been FOREVER since I did something like this! All images are edited in some way, and everything is work safe. Pick your pairing under the cut.

Cut )
Title: S.H.I.E.L.D. Nonogram
Fandom: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Rating: G
Explanation: I wanted to make an actual puzzle for this challenge, and after a lot of thinking I hit on the idea of a Nonogram - because I love them :) I used this website to turn the image I chose into one; I tried doing it myself by pixelating the image and constructing the grid, but... turns out it's really really hard to make it solvable that way. So I turned to the internet and found that maker, and played around with the options until the final result looks ok without being impossible to do. This one is definitely solvable, because I tested it! Instructions and image beneath the cut.

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Title: Fannish Crypto-Lists
Fandom: Multifandom/meta
Rating: G

Notes/explanation:

Three cryptograms, in list format. If you're unfamiliar with this kind of puzzle, basically it's a simple code in which one letter is substituted for another. (e.g., A might become R, B become L, C become Z, etc.) Each list uses the same code for all entries, but the code is different for each list. Every item in the list will fit the list theme.

The way to go about solving these is to look for patterns, and to pay attention to how frequently and in what combinations the letters pop up. It's a good idea to keep a key to help you as you go: write out the alphabet and note the real letters underneath the code letters as you figure them out.

For those who need it, the answer key is here. That's a back-dated entry on my own LJ. I've done it that way because the last time somebody posted a puzzle, I printed it out so that I could work on it, and even though the solution was blanked out in the post, it still showed up on the printout, and I almost spoiled myself for the answers. I hope that's OK.

The puzzles! )

Harry Potter: Logic puzzle: Weasley Travels

  • Mar. 1st, 2012 at 12:28 AM
Title: Weasley Travels
Fandom: Harry Potter
Rating: G
Length: 375 words
Content notes: none
Summary: The five youngest Weasleys leave Mrs. Weasley a note telling her where they've gone for the day, but with a twist. (If you aren't familiar with this type of puzzle, scroll down to the bottom for instructions.)

Puzzle )

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