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*bats uselessly at idea*

This was going to be a full puzzle with one solution, but I'm getting so "meh."

The pentominoes are often labeled with the twelve letters FILNPTUVWXYZ. Can they be arranged in a loop so that the positive differences in alphabet position between consecutive letters are the numbers 1-12, in some order? For example, P can't be next to both F and Z, since it's separated from each by 10. Also, the alphabet will ideally not loop; F, for example, would be too far from Z.

If that's too easy, arrange them so taking every fifth letter gets the same result. If that's too hard, use any set of positive integers so that taking positive differences between consecutive entries results in everything 1-12, and so does taking those differences between entries five spaces apart.

This was going to be a full puzzle with one solution, but I'm getting so "meh."

The pentominoes are often labeled with the twelve letters FILNPTUVWXYZ. Can they be arranged in a loop so that the positive differences in alphabet position between consecutive letters are the numbers 1-12, in some order? For example, P can't be next to both F and Z, since it's separated from each by 10. Also, the alphabet will ideally not loop; F, for example, would be too far from Z.

If that's too easy, arrange them so taking every fifth letter gets the same result. If that's too hard, use any set of positive integers so that taking positive differences between consecutive entries results in everything 1-12, and so does taking those differences between entries five spaces apart.