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# Who will be the Ultimate Trickster?

To tell you the truth, I was inspired by The Trollathon Series. But I didn't know the Caesar Cipher & many other things.

So, I compile some easy problems which do not require any peculiar pre-requisite knowledge.

I may not have done a good job. But some of you out there may know of some problems which rely on common sense & are tricky. Please mention me in there so I could add them to this set.

P.S. Try to get on the Leader-board as earliest as you can!

Note by Ameya Salankar
3 years, 11 months ago

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