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    And you are correct! I reckon you've mentioned...

    And you are correct! I reckon you've mentioned somewhere that Turin's story is amongst your favourites. :) Nonetheless, the stage is yours.
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    Getting close, this snitch was, I think, almost...

    Getting close, this snitch was, I think, almost as miserable as Gollum in his deeds but no, Gollum isn't the correct answer yet. Because I was away for so long time, I think it's just fair that I...
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    So sorry! Really sorry! I apologize! As for...

    So sorry! Really sorry! I apologize!

    As for the answers, sadly none of these - even though all of them fit the riddle - is correct. I will give this hint for now: Pippin, Bilbo (maybe Grima too)...
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    Oh, nice. The next one: snitch

    Oh, nice. The next one: snitch
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    Pukel-men?

    Pukel-men?
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    The song of goblins under the trees where Thorin...

    The song of goblins under the trees where Thorin & co were isolated in the Hobbit?
  7. Thread: Infamous Orcs?

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    Curiously Gothmog shares the name with a lord of...

    Curiously Gothmog shares the name with a lord of Balrogs who was the lieutenant to Morgoth, so perhaps this new Gothmog was a maia too.

    Orcs I recall are Uglúk and Grishnákh who captured Merry &...
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    Isildur who lost the Ring & his life. Isildur...

    Isildur who lost the Ring & his life.

    Isildur was amongst the Last Alliance that liberated the people of ME from Sauron, for some time at least. Also liberating may mean stealing, and Isildur...
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    Yes, sir. Melkor's the answer. Your turn!

    Yes, sir. Melkor's the answer. Your turn!
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    Alright, this next riddle might be too high-flown...

    Alright, this next riddle might be too high-flown but let's give it a try:

    Desires Prometheus' loot.
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    I may as well try again. If I was on the right...

    I may as well try again. If I was on the right track, I'll continue on it. "-ras" means "horn" and if the answer isn't Caradhras, it could be Methedras. Methedras translated into English could be...
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    Caradhras the Redhorn?

    Caradhras the Redhorn?
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    Oh, yeah. I apologize. Another fractured...

    Oh, yeah. I apologize.


    Another fractured support, metaphorically and literally, could be the Fellowship of the Ring.
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    Yes, Grond the hammer of underworld is the...

    Yes, Grond the hammer of underworld is the answer! Who should I give the riddle stick? Boraxxe was first but Aideani gave more accurate answer.
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    Next riddle: Niflheim Mjölnir

    Next riddle: Niflheim Mjölnir
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    I have recently started reading Silmarillion...

    I have recently started reading Silmarillion again. I especially like the more mythological parts of the beginning; Valar, Maiar. I'm not sure if the English translation is the same, but in the...
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    I barely know anything about U.S. history but I...

    I barely know anything about U.S. history but I have an idea... Southern king could refer to Martin Luther King Jr. and continuing on political themes, I had to use google for this, pinkish might...
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    At first I thought it was "Regent of Gon(d)or" or...

    At first I thought it was "Regent of Gon(d)or" or "General of 'something'" but rest of the letters didn't form any name or place familiar to me.
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    I should've thought the riddle a bit longer, I...

    I should've thought the riddle a bit longer, I fear. That was so quick! Nonetheless, Daeron was the right answer! Your turn.
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    Could be 3-2-1, but can be thought as a normal...

    Could be 3-2-1, but can be thought as a normal three-word riddle too, I think:

    Nightly songbird's skald
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    Could the answer be this simple? Idril...

    Could the answer be this simple? Idril Silverfoot, the mother of Eärendil?
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    Vingilot?

    Vingilot?
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    I'm fairly sure my guess isn't correct but I just...

    I'm fairly sure my guess isn't correct but I just want it out of my head. So, argent shank could be a fine, posh candlestick. A base of a candlestick or candlesticks might be Dead Marshes where Frodo...
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    Lament of Turin... and additional letters... What...

    Lament of Turin... and additional letters... What should we look for? The hardest part, I think, with anagrams is the beginning when I'm completely puzzled.
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    A flight also means an act of fleeing. My guess...

    A flight also means an act of fleeing. My guess is the departure of Elendil & sons from Numenor.
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