Random Walk (Solution)

This one starts out as a simple substitution cipher. You can solve it by hand, or just plug it into an online solver. I used this one and it figured it out without any problems.
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Start. Move seven steps to the east. Move southwest one step. Move west a step, southwest a step, and west one step again. Go west five steps, and then northwest one step. Move east two steps and northeast a step. Finally, move east one step.Here's the full list of substitutions:

a -> i b -> x c -> r d -> p e -> o f -> n g -> u h -> m i -> q j -> t k -> w l -> e m -> d n -> l o -> v p -> b q -> c r -> s s -> f t -> k u -> a v -> j w -> g x -> h y -> z z -> yThe decrypted text is a set of directions for moving around on a keyboard, starting at some unknown key. Given these directions, there is only one possible starting key, E. If you follow the path on a qwerty keyboard, each sentence stops at a single key, giving the following string: EPLNART. Now you have to replace the letters on the keyboard with their encrypted letters. Doing this gives you the answer, OBELISK.