Anteaters use their versatile and sticky tongues to lap up ants at a rate of 150 tongue-flicks per minute. As you can imagine, this makes it difficult to hold a coherent conversation. Kind of like when I try to talk with Hyle.
Inspired by the anteater, I’ve written a letter to Hyle using a substitution cipher, meaning each letter has been replaced by a different letter of the alphabet. The substitution is the same throughout (meaning if J represented X, every time J appeared, you could replace it with an X. I’ve included a hint from the book to help you get started.
NGX KSQTTN FSSR ZG ZKN ZAS
EAGEGTQZS-EGCSKSR QFZL QZ ZAS MGG
LAGH. ZASN QKS CSKN LVSSZ, VAOEA OL
QTLG ZAS QFLVSK ZG ZAOL HXMMTS.
[Arrow pointing to last word of cipher (HXMMTS): Part 4, Chapter 24, Last paragraph, 4th word]