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    Communal buildings, expansive guest houses, etc....

    Communal buildings, expansive guest houses, etc. All these grand buildings in DA and MT are not all palaces, there're a lot of perfectly utilitrian spaces in there, just with rich architecture. Early...
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    Western Gondor dailies give DA rep. Warbands,...

    Western Gondor dailies give DA rep. Warbands, fishing quest in the docks, and yes, tasks.
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    Lowering DirectX from 11 to 10 in graphics...

    Lowering DirectX from 11 to 10 in graphics settings works like a charm. Full ultra quality, no MT crashes whatsoever for me.
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    Lowering DirectX from 11 to 10 in graphics...

    Lowering DirectX from 11 to 10 in graphics settings works like a charm. Full ultra quality, no MT crashes whatsoever for me.
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    Still not what I had in mind, but you're right...

    Still not what I had in mind, but you're right about his rather permanent status, so I concede the stick.
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    Well, yes, that's the battle I meant, though you...

    Well, yes, that's the battle I meant, though you evaded my allusion that "fire spirits" in fact took part in that battle on both sides. :)
    So, catch the stick.
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    The one I'm thinking about was afloat on a much...

    The one I'm thinking about was afloat on a much more permanent basis, so he'd be a much better fit.

    afloat king
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    Now, let's try this: afloat king

    Now, let's try this:

    afloat king
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    So, the next one is: fire spirits fight

    So, the next one is:

    fire spirits fight
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    Yes, yes, hasty ents tearing Isengard walls like...

    Yes, yes, hasty ents tearing Isengard walls like bread-crust, I see the reference. :)
  11. What I meant was that Portus was a huge man-made...

    What I meant was that Portus was a huge man-made infrastructure and it was very neatly planned. Ostia Antica was a full-fledged city next to the harbor with very straight lines in fact.
    And Pelargir...
  12. The inner hexagonal bay was only part of the...

    The inner hexagonal bay was only part of the infrastructure actually. The outer bay was also artificially shaped with unloading docks, warehouses, living quarters, etc. It also included a number of...
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    *facepalm* It really should've been simple. Narya...

    *facepalm* It really should've been simple. Narya with which Gandalf "rekindled hearts in a world that grows chill"?
  14. Actually, Numenoreans straightening and...

    Actually, Numenoreans straightening and "industrializing" the whole triangle is not so improbable. They were great engineers after all, even the remnants of their works give that impression (Minas...
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    Bilbo's walking song? The one with the tune "as...

    Bilbo's walking song? The one with the tune "as old as the hills".
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    Not actually what I had in mind, but you are...

    Not actually what I had in mind, but you are quite correct about the meaning of the name, so the stick is rightfully yours.
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    "Simple-minded" Banazîr Galbasi doesn't fit this...

    "Simple-minded" Banazîr Galbasi doesn't fit this definition that well, I think. :)

    As is quite usual in Tolkien-verse, the etymology in question is Elvish. And rather fitting for the name in...
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    Precisely! Stick's yours.

    Precisely! Stick's yours.
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    Good catch with bird-loft, but entomology aside...

    Good catch with bird-loft, but entomology aside :), this really is meant as a linguistic clue. It's a name the meaning of which you can guess with shelter synonyms.

    birds shelter
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    A good reference, but yeah, I mentioned etymology...

    A good reference, but yeah, I mentioned etymology for a reason. There's a much better fit out there.

    climber
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    Hmm, wonder what what was the original answer....

    Hmm, wonder what what was the original answer. Though there're a lot of sparkly moments in the tumultuous history of Middle-Earth...

    Well, as long as I got two sticks at once, let's make them both...
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    Let's try another etymological one: birds...

    Let's try another etymological one:

    birds shelter
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    I'm not really sure what otherwise you might...

    I'm not really sure what otherwise you might mean. Both the battle and war were typical balanced warfare.
    In the first example, 2 perfectly contemporary and balanced armies in Agincourt with severe...
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    Well, there's one other reference coming to mind...

    Well, there's one other reference coming to mind while thinking about Hobbit.

    How about Arkenstone?
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    Beside the point. Agincourt was a battle of equal...

    Beside the point. Agincourt was a battle of equal armies with simple bad tactical decisions on one part. Vietnam was an equally balanced neutral fighting zone between two superpowers. Both bearing no...
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