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Forum: Quiz Room Today, 06:13 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Due to its location and because it has FIR in it,...

Due to its location and because it has FIR in it, perhaps Halifirien might work for the H clue.

Perhaps double English is two letters from the word English?

Or there are bits of the word...
Forum: Quiz Room Today, 04:13 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
That's why I'm thinking 'setter' might be the...

That's why I'm thinking 'setter' might be the straight part. Maybe a warrior from the lament for the fallen. Or perhaps a river can be a setter? We haven't had a river yet.

Or ... hang on ... a...
Forum: Quiz Room Today, 03:30 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
I already knew what a possible clue for Hornburg...

I already knew what a possible clue for Hornburg could be, thanks. I was merely playing with it because it is a good place for a good hiding in two senses of the expression.

Furthermore, I...
Forum: Quiz Room Today, 12:00 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Perhaps the setter is Huan, he drops a note (a)...

Perhaps the setter is Huan, he drops a note (a) and to get HORNBURG we need ORBRG.

No tree though. Couldn't get Huorn to work as well as Huan. And GB not same as two Englands.

(Awaits...
Forum: Quiz Room Yesterday, 03:21 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
I didn't realise they ever referred to...

I didn't realise they ever referred to Bombadil/Orald in Calenardhon. Whereabouts is it mentioned?
Forum: Quiz Room 11-21-2017, 11:09 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
I didn't know Tom was a genius! :) I guess his...

I didn't know Tom was a genius! :) I guess his poetry is day-off stuff.
Forum: Quiz Room 11-20-2017, 11:43 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
2. AGLAROND. Ag + lad + Ron(ald). (The...

2. AGLAROND. Ag + lad + Ron(ald).

(The caves behind Helm's Deep).

I've been thinking for a while that 9 could be Helm's Deep. There is ELM there, and a note (D). I just can't get sheep to =...
Forum: Quiz Room 11-20-2017, 08:40 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
We didn't use to have themes as well as...

We didn't use to have themes as well as passwords. But G55 did a really good one that had both, and then it seemed like a good challenge to write them that way.
Forum: Quiz Room 11-20-2017, 07:00 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Maybe the theme is Calenardhon, then - Rohan plus...

Maybe the theme is Calenardhon, then - Rohan plus Anorien.
Forum: Quiz Room 11-20-2017, 04:25 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
I think 7 is RIDDERMARK. Mark for wear. Could the...

I think 7 is RIDDERMARK. Mark for wear. Could the large sum be D for a thousand? Can a saddle be called a rider?
Forum: Quiz Room 11-20-2017, 03:50 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
1. CIRION. CI = 101; film noir is moody cinema,...

1. CIRION. CI = 101; film noir is moody cinema, rising/running upwards/backwards.

Password CALENARDHON, and Rohan for the theme.

Which I think might make 10 OROFARNE. (A rowan is a mountain...
Forum: Quiz Room 11-20-2017, 12:52 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
If Mary Beard is a genius, could 10 be Treebeard?

If Mary Beard is a genius, could 10 be Treebeard?
Forum: Quiz Room 11-18-2017, 03:06 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Yes, I remembered there was a Minas Tirith in the...

Yes, I remembered there was a Minas Tirith in the First Age, and I believe that became Tol-In-Gaurhoth. But one clue is Ithil ... wasn't that the Minas that became Morgul, so not one of the Tiriths?...
Forum: Quiz Room 11-17-2017, 07:47 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
I get all the elements in those two answers...

I get all the elements in those two answers except the 'popular game.' Ah, ok ... 'in' for popular ... but what is Gaurhoth? Some obscure variant of lacrosse, or something?

Is the theme...
Forum: Quiz Room 11-16-2017, 11:18 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
I nearly said Tirith! But I had started looking...

I nearly said Tirith! But I had started looking for a connecting theme, or a wiggly password.

Can you explain the wordsmith part of ithil? Is it to do with ithildin being used for writing?

Is H...
Forum: Quiz Room 11-16-2017, 12:05 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Thrain, perhaps?

Thrain, perhaps?
Forum: Quiz Room 11-16-2017, 12:19 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
3. Rath Dinen - diner changes r for n; wrath...

3. Rath Dinen - diner changes r for n; wrath loses w; it's a street in Minas Tirith.

Wild guess at TIRION for the password?
Forum: Quiz Room 11-16-2017, 12:05 AM
Replies: 3,124
Views: 147,414
Posted By Pervinca Took
1. Tinuviel = untie + vil? (She did live...

1. Tinuviel = untie + vil?

(She did live briefly too, and eccentrically, in a particular way that Arwen didn't, in the Land of the Dead that Live ... and there is the 'release from bondage'...
Forum: Quiz Room 11-14-2017, 03:17 PM
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Views: 147,414
Posted By Pervinca Took
I didn't know either, but I remembered Beren...

I didn't know either, but I remembered Beren saying something like 'By the Ring of Barahir, which was given to (me? my father?) by Finrod Felagund ...' - so just on the offchance I googled 'Ring of...
Forum: Quiz Room 11-13-2017, 04:57 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Ring of Felagund, its original name?

Ring of Felagund, its original name?
Forum: Quiz Room 11-10-2017, 01:03 AM
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Views: 147,414
Posted By Pervinca Took
That looks like a brilliant answer ... only thing...

That looks like a brilliant answer ... only thing is, how can it have already been named ? What other names did the Ring of Barahir have?
Forum: Quiz Room 10-09-2017, 10:26 AM
Replies: 3,124
Views: 147,414
Posted By Pervinca Took
This did make me smile, because I remember Harry...

This did make me smile, because I remember Harry Enfield as one of the Self-Righteous brothers, giving the *real* Damon Hill a dressing-down. It was hilarious, but almost too painful to watch. 'Oi!...
Forum: Quiz Room 10-06-2017, 11:50 AM
Replies: 3,124
Views: 147,414
Posted By Pervinca Took
Ah! Hadn't heard of Graham, but I remember Damon.

Ah! Hadn't heard of Graham, but I remember Damon.
Forum: Quiz Room 10-06-2017, 08:24 AM
Replies: 3,124
Views: 147,414
Posted By Pervinca Took
I still don't see how the driver part works.

I still don't see how the driver part works.
Forum: Quiz Room 10-05-2017, 12:28 PM
Replies: 3,124
Views: 147,414
Posted By Pervinca Took
Smiley's People had a courier called Raven. Could...

Smiley's People had a courier called Raven. Could that be the driver element of that clue?
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