There are a number of different code ciphers for different things in gaming, like message encryption and simple secrete lettering between senders. One of the most simple of ciphers is a number Cipher that consists of the 26 letters of the alphabet being coded each by number a-1, b-2, and so on. The (-) indicates letter to letter. The (,) is the space between each word. The next Cipher is a play on the alphabet. Which ever letter is above or below the letter in the cipher is how you would cipher the sentence. For instance (A) is actually the letter (N), (Y) is (M), (R) is (E) and so forth. It’s just plain fun for long road trips, classroom activity’s, and sending messages that aren’t just the same old plane Jane ILU or IMU TXTs. They also use these type of ciphers to send msgs they don't want people reading tho throw them off a trial. Old/present War tact for a strategy guide to formation.
19-5-14-4, 8-5-12-16, 11-9-12-15, 22-9-20-15-18, 25-1-14-11-5-5
9, 12-15-22-5, 13-25, 6-1-13-9-12-25
7-1-13-5-18, 6-15-18, 12-9-6-5
25-15-21-18, 4-15-7, 23-1-14-20-18, 20-15, 5-1-20, 13-25, 3-1-20
3-8-3-18-18-25, 16-9-5, 13-15-18-14-9-14-7, 20-15, 25-15-21, 4-1-18-12-9-14-7
“SHPW MBH FGNXWRE”
“YBER FVAA’Q NTNVAFG GUNA FVAAVAT”
“HENHF NAQ ARCGHAR NER BS UBG TNF NAQ NVE”
“MBHE N UBBWRE” XBX!
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