Lottery Ticket
#1
So I actually made my account here to ask about this, as I can't find anyone else who has even mentioned it. I think Robbie's lottery ticket in The Inconveniencing is a coded message, but have not been able to solve it.

Cash Scratch, Fever
7 13 2 11 1 [bell]
5 [bell] 3 6 8 10

A1Z26 gives us:

GMBKA [bell]
E [bell] CFHJ

So no help there. Back 3 letters gives us nothing good. I tried 'Fever' as a Vigenere cipher key, that doesn't work. Any ideas? I'm also quite sure there is a hidden message in the maze, although it could just be a joke, because NO you cannot escape... but it looks like numbers in there.


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#2
hmm.. maybe GMBKA stands for "GerMan BundesKriminalAmt", that's the german agency comparable to the NSA in america :P
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#3
Did you try the combination used to decode the season 2 endcards? I'm on mobile and I can't do much, but (if it really is a message) try using A1Z26, Atbash and Caesar in this order.

Otherwise I have no idea.
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#4
i tried that just now, but i either messed up, or it's just simply still gibberish xD
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#5
GMBKA
=
Große
Meister
Brauchen
Keinen
Arzt

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#6
i'm translating that for the english users here...

Große -> Grand
Meister -> Masters
Brauchen -> Need
Keinen -> No
Arzt -> Doctor
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#7
Maybe Stanley is a GM?
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