You are given the word EVIL and the numbers 2, 3, 4, and 5.
You are to take each number and change a letter in EVIL for
the one that number of places forward or backward in the alphabet:
for example, you can replace E with the letter 2 places later (G)
or earlier (C) in the alphabet, or 3 places later or earlier, or 4
places later or earlier, etc. Use each number once and each letter
once. You can "wrap around" the alphabet: consider the letter after
Z to be A, and the letter before A to be Z. When done correctly, you
will find the name of a Shakespearean character
who was, appropriately enough, very evil. Who is this character?
E ( 5) + 4 = ( 9) I
V (22) + 5 = 27 - 26 = ( 1) A
I ( 9) - 2 = ( 7) G
L (12) + 3 = (15) O
The EVIL character is IAGO.
Edited on July 8, 2010, 9:39 am
Posted by Dej Mar
on 2006-09-12 04:17:05