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Teams are handed a small, realistic human skull with a lot of weird writing and symbols on it.
There are eight different encodings on the skull. They are numbered. Each encoding spells out a command such as "KEEP JUST SEVEN".
Grid with numbers: Letters of the alphabet (1=A, 2=B, etc)
Grid with Pigpen: It's pigpen
Color swirl with letters: Rearrange the letters in rainbow order: red letters first, orange letters second, etc.
Latin words: The capital letters
Binary: ASCII encoding
Semaphore: It's semaphore
Modified Braille: This is just braille, but the straight lines of dots are connected by lines
Arc of morse: It's morse.
Follow each command, for example, "KEEP JUST SEVEN" means take the seventh letter from that phrase. In this case, it's S. Put them in order based on the numbering of the puzzles.
Spells out "SMASH ME"
Break the skull open, there's a piece of paper inside with the answer on it
The only non-obvious ones are the capital letters in the latin text, and the modified braille.
Morse uses the numeral 2, which may not be on their reference. Braille uses the "number follows" symbol, which showed up in Dock.
1: Morse. IS LETTER 2 => S
2: Pigpen: MARK LETTER ONE => M
3: Semaphore. TAKE ONLY TWO = A
4: Latin (Capital Letters). KEEP JUST SEVEN = S
5: Braille. STAY AHOLD OF #6 => H
6: Colors. WRITE NOTHING = <space>
7: Numbers. COMPOSE NUM THREE = M
8: ASCII. PENCIL IN 2 = E