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When solving a Morbit, Pollux or Baconian cipher, you must put the answer under the corresponding solution character. This means that on a Baconian answer, four out of five answer boxes in a row should be blank and Morbit/Pollux answers should only have one letter under the characters that make up the morse code. For example with the letter ●–×–●●●×–●–●×–●●×● A B C D E

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