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Secrecy, Level 1: Secret Padawan Phrase

For this task you will need to have obtained a Secret Padawan Phrase. If you have contacted the Cheddar Masters by e-mail, you will (hopefully) have been given a Secret Padawan Phrase already. If not, please contact the Masters at the address at the bottom of this page to get your Secret Phrase. For this challenge, simply post your Secret Padawan Phrase to the Cheddar Academy Forums.

Cheddar Monk points: Plus or minus 1

Padawans who have completed this task

PadawanPoints earned   Time (GMT)Notes
Taneb1   2010-02-02 06:23:38   Very good. This displays a high level of creativity too.
Hieraco1   2010-02-02 06:25:14   You need not remind the Masters what they already know.
DaveK1   2010-02-02 06:27:07   Perhaps a little too eager to demonstrate knowledge of secrets, but acceptable.
Feefers1   2010-02-02 06:28:19   Misdirection and subtlety. Very clever.
MoonHitler1   2010-02-02 06:29:13   Very good. Maintain plausible deniability.
Baby Wan Kanobi2   2010-02-02 06:30:35   This earns a bonus point for sheer audacity.
Slerte1   2010-02-02 06:33:26   The straightforward approach, very good.
Mala Kethel1   2010-02-03 09:55:01   A clever solution to this challenge.
Newtbane1   2010-02-03 09:56:40   While technically qualifying for a point, you should be careful...
Yarn1   2010-02-03 09:58:14   ASCII and ye shall receive.
Jimmymick1   2010-02-03 09:59:30   Bloody-minded literalness can be a virtue.
cappy1   2010-02-03 10:00:51   A picture is worth a thousand words.
pjt331   2010-02-03 10:03:37   Persistence and an overwhelming sense of righteousness are true qualities of a Cheddar Monk.
IWC Junkie1   2010-02-05 05:56:14   Such a clever strategy that the Cheddar Masters at first overlooked it. Well done.
Archon1   2010-02-05 05:58:41   Although you pass this challenge, some remedial training in respect for the Masters you need...
MarioFanaticXV1   2010-02-05 22:38:34   Well done on a second attempt.
agentorrange1   2010-02-15 10:03:58   Fortunately you convinced us of your own originality here.
Bionicle is cool.1   2010-02-27 03:06:08   Eh.. good enough. ;-)
zivlok1   2010-03-15 09:34:25   Substituting secrecy with bravado and sheer audaciousness may work once, but beware trying it again!
Heron1   2010-03-19 06:32:51   Another clever approach.
GM Kriim1   2010-03-27 00:45:30   Such a stunningly impenetrable code should be safe for secret communication.
Hurricane1   2010-04-04 05:18:14   A wise decision, young Padawan.
onlytheoretical1   2010-04-12 10:30:13   Circumstances dictate the award of a point for this challenge.
Sandrunner1   2010-05-22 23:04:07   A most subtle application of secrecy.
crewsatyr1   2010-06-05 02:51:09   Most cryptic!
Deus1   2010-07-07 08:49:31   Very clever, not even obtaining a Secret Padawan Phrase, so there is no chance you can accidentally reveal it!
crtlion1   2010-08-25 08:47:24   Excellent use of secrecy in the face of this challenge.
Jamb000h1   2010-09-01 08:49:48   Double secret!

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