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Old 08-31-2000, 12:36 AM   #1
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Cerin Amroth is to Elanor as the Barrowfield of Edoras is to ______?

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Elanor is the name given to the small golden-star flowers that grow on the Hill of Cerin Amroth. Likewise, Simbelmyne are the small white flowers that cover the mounds of the dead Kings of Rohan.

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Yes. Ask us!

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Stealing from a question somewhere in the Quiz Room:

Elven Rope is to hithlain as Silamrils are to ______

Not a good analogy....sorry.

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Elven Rope is to hithlain as Silamrils are to the light of the two trees?
(We're not supposed to know what the crystal stuff is until Ragnarock or some such time.)

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You are taking the passage too literally, they are made of silma. What's silma? I don't know. Look under sil in the appendix.

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Silima was the answer I was looking for...the actual material used to create them.

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Merry is to Eomer as Pippin is to...

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Faramir?

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Sho 'nuff.

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That means yes.

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I understood....I just didn't have an analogy at the moment. Lemme see.....

Elanor is to Sam as Goldberry is to ________

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Elanor is to Sam as Goldberry is to the Withywindle.


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Very good... they are both 'daughters'

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Dunland is to Bree-men as Western Rhovanion is to ________?

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the Rohirrim?
The Bree-men descend from Dunlendings, or rather, have Dunlending blood. Such is it with the Eorlingas whose ancestors lived in western Rhovanion.

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Annatar is to Celebrimbor like Mahtan is to ....

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Annatar taught many things to Celebrimbor.... likewise Mahtan imparted great knowledge on Feanor.

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Yes he did.

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Malbeth is to Arvedui as _______ is to Theoden.

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Possibly you mean Wormtongue, because he gave dark counsels?

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correct.... both Malbeth and Wormtongue were counsellors to their kings.

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Miriel is to Numenor as _______ is to Gondor?

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Eldacar?

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Excellent. I was looking for legitimate successors who were passed over. There were a few candidates. Ask us!

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Barahir is to Denethore as _______ is to Elrond

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Barahir is to Denethore as Eldarion is to Elrond.
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Eldarion is correct.... but they were both grandchildren

Denethor &gt; Faramir &gt; Barahir
Elrond &gt; Arwen &gt; Eldarion

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I told you I can't do cousins. I actually knew the genealogies and identified them incorrectly.
Riddermark is to Calenardhon as Dwimmordene is to ________?

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Lůrien?
Both Riddermark and Dwimordene are names used by the Rohirrim, Dwimordene for Lůrien.

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Faramir (of Gondor) is to Nargothrond like Thťoden to ...?

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I'll say Gondolin, because I don't think that Faramir of Gondor ever had anything to do with Nargothrond.

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Faramir had a hidden fastness, that is like Nargothrond. Theoden mastered a land of horsemen, that is like Hithlum.???

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Thou has hit it, galpsi my friend!

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Hithlum is close, but for a different reason. And the logic of the game demands that Faramir and Thťoden have sth. in common... which is what?

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Actually it demands an analogous relationship, but I'll happily accept that this relationship was wrong.

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Hint: &quot;My mother had a famous name&quot;.

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Then you're playing with Finduilas and Morwen and you want Dor-lomin?

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