Three codes were found in the Chapter Endings post on the Investigate Ingress blog.

`[1] mrr9emjd59a65tfgop`

`[2] 2942295459452720372845263731325757552644`

`[3] 241329472333362338363528183436261819472347231523`

# Code #1

## Observations

Yup, all the ingredient, you know what you have to do

Solution

Make a 3×6 grid

`m` |
`r` |
`r` |

`9` |
`e` |
`m` |

`j` |
`d` |
`5` |

`9` |
`a` |
`6` |

`5` |
`t` |
`f` |

`g` |
`o` |
`p` |

Reverse rows 2, 4, and 6

`m` |
`r` |
`r` |

`m` |
`e` |
`9` |

`j` |
`d` |
`5` |

`6` |
`a` |
`9` |

`5` |
`t` |
`f` |

`p` |
`o` |
`g` |

Read down from upper left m

`mmj65predator959fg`

# Code #2

## Observations

All numbers, 40 of them. Range for Ascii is off.

Solution

Let’s start by making pairs

`29 42 29 54 59 45 27 20 37 28 45 26 37 31 32 57 57 55 26 44`

Notice that where the numbers should be in the passcode pairs start with 5? This can only be number atbash

So 1=9, 9=1

`81 68 81 56 51 65 83 80 73 82 65 84 73 79 78 53 53 55 84 66`

Convert decimal to Ascii

`QDQ83ASPIRATION557TB`

# Code #3

## Observations

Numbers, but range for Ascii is really way off.

Hint

If you have your scanner you probably hold the cipher in your hands

Solution

Let’s start by making pairs to see what we get

`24 13 29 47 23 33 36 23 38 36 35 28 18 34 36 26 18 19 47 23 47 23 15 23`

Notice that in each pairs the last number is never 0 or 1? And that the first numbers never exceed 4? This is pointing to phone cipher.

For each pairs the first numbers indicates the letter count for each of the second numbers. Ex.: 24 means the second letter of 4 on the phone which is H. Do this for every pairs

`hdxsefoevolutiontwseseje`

`hdx74evolution277je`

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