However, in today's culture of Justin Bieber, Jersey Shore, and Twilight, where every song on the radio, every program on television and every site on the internet is just another monument to the pinnacle of human stupidity, it's certainly not the worst thing that people could be watching.
Some of the "letters" seem to describe cards from the youtube video. One reminds me of the "Cloistered Youth," and other seems related to Travel Preparations.
It's a cool idea, but it doesn't look like they all line up. I don't see one related to an evil twin, except perhaps the one regarding rumors about the man, and nothing suggests that red 2/2 vampire rare :\
I would wonder if the names had any significance to each other, but I'm almost thinking they are mostly flavorful explanations of culture/background of Innistrad.
Edit: or I could consider that you are suggesting these are all related to specific cards. This makes sense to me. Sounds pretty cool
They don't all match, but the fact that even two of them seem connected is interesting. The one about the mayor's daughter, in particular, seems to tell us what happens to that white card when it transforms (something called "geist-locking").
In the blue puzzle, The first thing that I thought was mirror, for the "transparent", plates and that you can see few mirrors with the same image (some very difficult) at least that the same thing is trapped XD... I don't know may be is a clue for someone
Now I'm really excited.
Also, one of the letters talks about ghostlocking as a bad thing. What would that be?
Geistlocking to me sounded like a practice they invented to test if something transformed at night. You lock someone away under observation, with the intent of seeing if they become ghosts or have some horrific transformation, something like that. I didn't read Deathnote, but I seem to recall a similar practice being used to try and catch the killer?
Just speculation though. It was obviously something that would limit her freedom. Maybe something like committed to a mental asylum?
It could be as simple as the mayor wanted to keep his daughter under lock-and-key overnight, perhaps with geists guarding her? Or an enchanted lock maybe. Sounds like a normal father/daughter relationship to me.
holy 802 people. That just goes to show how many people are looking forward to this set.
There was no where near this many people for the Scars one
That could be because the Scars-party, to my knowledge, was the first. I thought it would be lame, but the previews had some spice. I think I wasn't alone in bracing myself for a few boring spoilers. Now we know they aren't afraid to show awesomesauce, people are getting more interested.