## The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Codes (answer)

Quick, agent! The enemy are close behind and we don’t have long. Hide behind here and we’ll discuss the results of your mission…

## The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Codes

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Good evening, agent. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to decode the following words:

• \$ ! £ # %
• @ ~ X # X ~
• @ # ( X #

From our intelligence gathering and reconnaissance missions, we know that they are all food products, and we have it on good authority that  \$ / X X £ ! is the code for the word BUTTER. It is of the utmost importance that you hurry – this information could be key to disrupting the enemy supply lines!

If all goes well we will meet back here in four days to discuss your findings.

Agent Veliaf.

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## The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Word Worries (answer)

Well, hopefully y’all haven’t actually spent the week worrying about this puzzle, but if you have then you can now set your mind at ease – the solution is right behind the break!

## The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Word Worries

Hi folks!

Here we are again to resume that magically mischievous malarky that is the Weekly Warlock Wind-Up. Let’s get to it shall we?

This week, I’d like you to insert the same three letters into the exact centre of each of the following words, so that six longer words are formed. What are the three letters, and what are the words?

FILING   INNS   TEEING

MUSING   BARING   MEED

I’ll see you bright and early on Friday for the answers!

Vel.

## The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Spare change (answer)

This week I gave you this small little puzzle:

In your pocket, you have £6.30. It is made up of four different denominations of coins, and the largest denomination is £1. There is exactly the same number of coins. How many of each coin is there and what are their values?

The small little answer can be seen after the break!

## The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Spare change

In your pocket, you have £6.30. It is made up of four different denominations of coins, and the largest denomination is £1. There is exactly the same number of coins. How many of each coin is there and what are their values?

If you’re not from the UK and/or you don’t know the currency, £1 = 100 pence.

Coin denominations are:

• £1
• 50p
• 20p
• 10p
• 5p
• 2p
• 1p

Good luck!

Vel.

## The Weekly Warlock Wind-Up: Number 37 (answer)

This week, I gave you these clues to accompany this diagram, and asked you to label the towns and answer some questions:

• Town B is south of town A and northeast of town C
• Town D is west of town F and northwest of town C
1. Which town is north of town F?
2. Which town is southeast of town E?
3. Which town is south of town F?
4. Which town is southwest of town E?

In case you don’t want to see them, the answers are all after the break!