Tool to decrypt / encrypt with the different ciphers used in the TV series Gravity Falls whose authors were fond of cryptograms.
Gravity Falls Cipher - dCode
Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher, Poly-Alphabetic Cipher
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In the Gravity Falls series, several types of encryption are used.
In the series Gravity Falls, the authors used various cryptographic techniques to conceal messages and secret codes.
Gravity Falls ciphers are some of the most basic, but they are a great introduction to cryptography methods. dCode offers a cipher identifier, but overwise, here is a list of the main ciphers with dCode code breakers links:
— Caesar Code (shift cipher)
— Code A1Z26
— Atbash code
— Substitution by Bill Cipher (cryptogram specific to the series)
— Substitution by The Author cipher (cryptogram specific to the series)
— Substitution used in Journal 3 (cryptogram specific to the series)
Example: The first cryptogram appears from episode 1, it is a Caesar cipher: VWDQ LV QRW ZKDW KH VHHPV which translates to STAN IS NOT WHAT HE SEEMS.
The codes appear throughout the series, in the journal or at the end of the episodes, but are not necessarily deciphered by Dipper and Mabel, they are very much dedicated for the audience.
Codes consist of a number followed by a second number in parentheses. The first refers to the number of episodes of the series Gravity Falls, the second is the Nth letter in the cryptogram of the end credits.
This type of code is close to book cipher.
Numbers are evolving and changing with seasons and episodes of Gravity Falls.
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Gravity Falls Cipher on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-12-05,