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    Re: So Answer Me This....

    That quote is the majority of our information on the matter as far as I can tell but it comes to us in a block of text, which at points, suggests that it may not be entirely true. Depending on how...
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    Re: Two-word Tolkien Trivia

    The Woods of Orome, being that the only Native American "hereafter" I can think of is "The Happy Hunting Grounds" and that would accurately describe Orome's woods.
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    Re: Two-word Tolkien Trivia

    I'm going to start with a guess at Isildur. Last being of the Mohicans, and he rode the tidal wave from Numenor (referencing Hereafter.)
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    That was brilliant. Thank you both for an excellent riddle and answer.
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    Re: So Answer Me This....

    Due to the nature of licensing, it is an accurate interpretation of Galadriel to present her as powerful, for the reasons Cutholen stated. Anything other than the LoTR trilogy or Hobbit CANNOT be...
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    Drat. Melian had been my second guess, with the black pit changing from Moria to Utumno, king changing from Celeborn to Thingol. Now I am at a complete loss.
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    Drat. I think I realize my mistake. I shall wait to post my next answer for a time.
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    Re: Two-word Tolkien Trivia

    I defer to Reddhawk, primarily because of primacy. Further, I have nothing prepared and am running a little on empty after throwing multiple rhyming ones at the other Riddle Game thread.
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    Re: Two-word Tolkien Trivia

    The Aragorn guess is brilliant Reddhawk, even more so as I recall Eomer calling him "Wingfoot" when told he had been sometimes known as Strider.
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    As the riddle has gone unanswered, I'll posit an answer. Fair Galadriel, she who helped keep the Balrog from Lorien, wife of Celeborn, and she who refused to yield three hairs to the elf who,...
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    Dáin it was indeed. It is your riddle, good Cutholen.
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    A good guess but not quite there. In the ballpark though. More clues!

    A Mount was our hall
    but not Gundabad.
    A hobbit with gall
    stole a stone our hall had.

    As a second clue, Bolg was in a...
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    Re: MountedCombat

    This. Mount and Blade's mounted combat is inspiring. I am a cavalry fanatic. I love it to death. Mount and Blade is not an mmo, it isn't designed like one, comparing that LoTRO is like trying to...
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    Re: So Answer Me This....

    EA catches grief because its EA for one and there is a higher number of people seeing and discussing it. Further, some of the pleasant nuances here seem to balance some of the more annoying ones...
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    Not Glaurung, though one of his breed left the reek behind for our king in the riddle's second half.
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    Re: Dunegon Master styled Skirmishes

    City of Heroes did something much like what you're talking about. It was hotly contested (AFAIK it still is) as to whether or not it was a good thing. It did open vast new content up for people and...
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    Not the king I was looking for, although they were some of the only survivors from the war of my riddle's first half.
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    A simple little one just for fun.

    Bounding up,
    chopping down.
    In smelly halls
    wearing a crown.
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    Quite so and well explained. I wavered a bit on my "Regal three" portion of the riddle, but in the end felt that it was still fitting. The third I had in mind was Turgon himself, falling in...
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    That's our closest guess yet but Durin's Bane's rank was not high enough, nor his felled royalty tall enough.
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    While Arvedui sank, he was no fiery spirited lord... or was that reversed?

    And thank you for reminding us about the HoF Riddle Game thread firespirit. This one was recently restarted here, where...
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    Re: "Fixed that for ya!"

    I've found that "Just sayin'" is one of those qualifiers, much like "I'm sorry but..." It's often intended to take a nasty/snarky comment and somehow make it perfectly polite by adding either of the...
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    Another clever guess, but no. One could argue of course, over this one's cause of death: it is curious as to whether it was the adamant or the water that did him in.
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    That's a wonderful answer. While the moral proclivity is similar, it is not the answer I'm looking for.
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    Re: The Riddle-game

    A good guess but not quite.
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