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Forum: Quiz Room Today, 12:34 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
THROR'S MAP: Initially ruby red hot spam in a...

THROR'S MAP: Initially ruby red hot spam in a mélange shows directions.
HUGGINS: An affectionate chap, this Bill.
E Exclamation jars out here.

H Nothing for Pony waiter who’s lost weight? See...
Forum: Quiz Room Today, 12:26 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
THROR'S MAP: Initially ruby red hot spam in a...

THROR'S MAP: Initially ruby red hot spam in a mélange shows directions.
HUGGINS: An affectionate chap, this Bill.
E Exclamation jars out here.

H Nothing for Pony waiter who’s lost weight? See...
Forum: Quiz Room Yesterday, 09:34 AM
Replies: 12,056
Views: 806,162
Posted By Pervinca Took
1. Initially ruby red hot spam in a mélange shows...

1. Initially ruby red hot spam in a mélange shows directions.
HUGGINS: An affectionate chap, this Bill.
3. Exclamation jars out here.
4. Nothing for Pony waiter who’s lost weight? See what a...
Forum: Quiz Room Yesterday, 06:38 AM
Replies: 12,056
Views: 806,162
Posted By Pervinca Took
Thanks - but I only solved the easiest clues, I...

Thanks - but I only solved the easiest clues, I think, and only got the password because of G55's work. ;) Still, here, according to the rules, is the next password:

1. Initially ruby red hot...
Forum: Quiz Room 06-25-2022, 11:37 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
2. Melkor? Or maybe Ar-Pharazon? Is the...

2. Melkor? Or maybe Ar-Pharazon?

Is the password BADDIES?

5. ISENGARD?
Forum: Quiz Room 06-24-2022, 04:14 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
2. REMMIRATH (mirth a mare). The 'net' in...

2. REMMIRATH (mirth a mare).

The 'net' in the clue reminded me of the 'netted stars.'
Forum: Quiz Room 06-24-2022, 04:04 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Is number one simply SEVEN, for Seven Stars? ...

Is number one simply SEVEN, for Seven Stars?

S(even). (S for start of summer).

Even ... and an odd number.
Forum: Quiz Room 06-24-2022, 04:02 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
A REALLY clever clue, G55! Fantastic work,...

A REALLY clever clue, G55!

Fantastic work, Urwen.
Forum: Quiz Room 06-24-2022, 05:49 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Is 4 Num(b)enor - no for pointless and 'ore'...

Is 4 Num(b)enor - no for pointless and 'ore' sound at the end?

It's *shaped* like a star ....
Forum: Quiz Room 06-20-2022, 11:27 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
And Agincourt knights - of Armagnac. Well,...

And Agincourt knights - of Armagnac.

Well, their bane (mostly) was the LONGBOW.

I suppose you'd need extra ribbon for a long bow.
Forum: Quiz Room 06-20-2022, 11:22 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
SIN was very DARIN' SINDARIN.

SIN was very DARIN'

SINDARIN.
Forum: Quiz Room 06-18-2022, 12:39 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
I think the Lorien lookout elves say Sam breathes...

I think the Lorien lookout elves say Sam breathes loudly. Or that all the mortals do. Is it something to do with that? Legolas translates it.

Could the Frenchmen be Cordon Bleu chefs?

Cordon...
Forum: Quiz Room 06-17-2022, 08:07 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
5. Locks?

5. Locks?
Forum: Quiz Room 06-15-2022, 04:38 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Is G GIMLI? Kind of Legolas's opposite. Or...

Is G GIMLI? Kind of Legolas's opposite.

Or GROND?

The only named giant I can find is TARLANG - might that unscramble to form anything Legolas-related?

S ... SHARKEY? (But no particular...
Forum: Quiz Room 06-14-2022, 04:30 PM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Damn. Read clues 4 and 5 and hoped theme was...

Damn. Read clues 4 and 5 and hoped theme was instances of bondage-related kinkiness in M-e. :D

'Rope! No rope. Oh well, I'll just have to find some other way to tie up Mr Frodo, I mean help...
Forum: Quiz Room 06-09-2022, 06:00 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
BARLIMAN: I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?...

BARLIMAN: I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?
ROWLIE APPLEDORE: Fallen hero – sounds a bit like a Salford artist, but living in a Devonshire village.
ERIADOR: Note. Three notes,...
Forum: Quiz Room 06-08-2022, 11:23 AM
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Posted By Pervinca Took
BARLIMAN: I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?...

BARLIMAN: I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?
ROWLIE APPLEDORE: Fallen hero – sounds a bit like a Salford artist, but living in a Devonshire village.
E Note. Three notes, alternatively. Lose...
Forum: Quiz Room 06-07-2022, 03:38 PM
Replies: 12,056
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Posted By Pervinca Took
BARLIMAN: I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?...

BARLIMAN: I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?
R Fallen hero – sounds a bit like a Salford artist, but living in a Devonshire village.
E Note. Three notes, alternatively. Lose a dental...
Forum: Quiz Room 06-07-2022, 01:36 PM
Replies: 12,056
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Posted By Pervinca Took
BARLIMAN: I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?...

BARLIMAN: I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?
R Fallen hero – sounds a bit like a Salford artist, but living in a Devonshire village.
E Note. Three notes, alternatively. Lose a dental...
Forum: Quiz Room 06-07-2022, 09:13 AM
Replies: 12,056
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Posted By Pervinca Took
1. I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain? 2....

1. I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?
2. Fallen hero – sounds a bit like a Salford artist, but living in a Devonshire village.
3. Note. Three notes, alternatively. Lose a dental plosive to...
Forum: Quiz Room 05-20-2022, 10:38 AM
Replies: 12,056
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Lowry is the correct element, but Doln is wrong. ...

Lowry is the correct element, but Doln is wrong.

It's not an obvious or elvish-sounding hero, and it's only 'sounds like' Lowry.

I'd try some of the other clues first.
Forum: Quiz Room 05-20-2022, 07:34 AM
Replies: 12,056
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Posted By Pervinca Took
Not completely sure what you mean by that. The...

Not completely sure what you mean by that. The answer is a fallen hero, though.

Oh! Sorry.

It isn't a hero who fell from grace.

Just someone who died heroically.
Forum: Quiz Room 05-20-2022, 07:15 AM
Replies: 12,056
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Posted By Pervinca Took
1. I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain? 2....

1. I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?
2. Fallen hero – sounds a bit like a Salford artist, but living in a Devonshire village.
3. Note. Three notes, alternatively. Lose a dental plosive to...
Forum: Quiz Room 05-20-2022, 07:02 AM
Replies: 12,056
Views: 806,162
Posted By Pervinca Took
i have now. ;) 1. I hear he’s a bloke who...

i have now. ;)

1. I hear he’s a bloke who delivers grain?
2. Fallen hero – sounds a bit like a Salford artist, but living in a Devonshire village.
3. Note. Three notes, alternatively. Lose a...
Forum: Quiz Room 05-19-2022, 06:50 AM
Replies: 12,056
Views: 806,162
Posted By Pervinca Took
TELCHAR? Arch plus ... a little of little?

TELCHAR?

Arch plus ... a little of little?
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