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Hmm, not what I had in mind, and again not sure how 'kindle' would fit this well? If you can make a good argument I may accept it.
Otherwise, for what I have in mind, it is a semi-famous quote...
I see that means 'Red Star', not sure about a kindle part for that answer, so nope.
An excellent guess, but I think the kindle element is weak here, so I will say no again.
Hmm, I thought...
Well, either I have a horrible riddle or you all are busy with other things - which is fine. Just to try and move this along, I will give the full intermediate step and it should be an easy solve...
Yes, Urias has it correct. I do explain the format in my riddle.
Another example is one Duathrandir used a few months ago: Romeo and Juliet -> Shakespeare -> Theoden's 'Spears shall be shaken'...
Wondering if I haven given a really dull riddle or something, no guesses in over 2 weeks... I will give a clue away:
Trivia Clue: Inferno Blood Ignition
Format: 3-2-1 where the 3-word clue above...
Not what I had in mind but you have a very convincing quote there with the light going to ten thousand sparks so I will accept your answer. The stick is yours!
A very decent guess, but although sparks are prevalent I see no mention of light. So I will stick with no.
I am thinking of a non-Gandalf reference but am open to other good answers if you can...
I believe I have a superior answer unless you have a specific instance to cite?
Hint: this is a specific event
I am obviously missing something, but cannot come up with any kind of large star-gazing window. Can't find anything in the places that come to mind for such a thing: Ilmarin, Gondolin, Tirion,...
I am at a loss for a plausible guess on something of comparable size to the gates of morning and night, but related to the stars. Any other clues you can offer? :)
Assuming that some clarification is in order here.
Trivia Clue: Inferno Blood Ignition
Format: 3-2-1 where the 3-word clue above leads to an intermediate step which leads to a final answer....
I might be inclined to accept your answer if it came from some of the agreed-upon texts for our trivia games, but I believe these do not.
Excellent! Now I need only to decipher your enigmatic 2-word clue and I will hold all 4 sticks mwahaha :).
This is a bit of a stretch for one word, so I hope no one minds: spark-light
Lots of talk about mountains in here lately, so let's try to discuss a different type of landscape:
Here there were towers not two, but three
And from them one could see the sea.
One was used to...
I believe Fingolfin was crushed by Morgoth's foot.
Sounds like Fram's slaying of the dragon Scatha, and then Fram's death supposedly at the hands of the dwarves. So, the 'sire of slayer slain in turn' would be Fram's father, who was Frumgar.
Ha, excellent observation. I had a similar thought, but didn't flesh it out as much as you have to realize the full absurdity of it. Thanks for sharing!
I don't think this one is too hard, but looking at it again, maybe I didn't make it in the classic 3-2-1 style, since in this case, each of the 3 words should be looked at in isolation to...
Nope, unless you can give me some good reasoning.
I don't think this one is too hard. Mostly synonyms to get to the intermediate clue.
Sure sounds like Erebor, so maybe Smaug? He certainly made less of the dwarves when he moved in.
I haven't seen a 3-2-1 style riddle, so let's try another. Instructions below.
Inferno Blood Ignition
3: A three word riddle, which leads to 2: an intermediate step. Could be...
Oh, OK. So 'bit the bag' is similar to 'kicked the bucket' or 'bit the dust' or 'bought the farm'? Learn something new every day!
Hmm, no good guesses for Vilnas' riddle, so I will attempt this one instead: Finrod's agreement to help Beren in the Quest for the Silmaril. Finrod knew it meant his own death, and likely Beren's as...
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