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I'd like to buy a vowel, please
Any E's?
i
Okay then, how about an R?
Okay, winners all around, 2 G's for Melian, an E for Andrea, an I for Loni, and one R for Grondy. So here's how it stacks up now,

L _ E G - _ I _ G L _ R _ _

No A, T, U, or S. Looking real easy now! Happy Elf Smilie
Is it Loeg-Ningloron ?
WHat IS Loeg-Ningloron?
It is another name for Gladden Fields.

I think it translates into "pools of golden flowers" or something to that effect.
Whoa,Melian.
Good call. Elf Smilie
Quote:
It is another name for Gladden Fields.

I think it translates into "pools of golden flowers" or something to that effect.


Yes, Loeg Ningloron it is, “Pools of the golden water-flowers”, and another name for the Gladden Fields as Melian correctly stated.

Take it away Melian! Happy Elf Smilie
Ok, here it is. . .

_ _ _ _ _ - _ _ - _ _ _ _
Melian, may I please have either a U or a T?
Sorry Laurelindhe, no U or T
(Just to clarify for new members, for this game, you are only allowed to choose one letter at a time.)
Moderator Smilie

How about an E please Melian?
Two E's for Elfstone!

_ _ _ E _ -E_ -_ _ _ _
Yes, that's fair...sorry.

How about a P?
There are no P's, Laurelindhe. Try again!
Any Ns please?

(Oh and also as a reminder to everyone, before adding a new word, be sure to check-out the first post in this thread where all (I hope) the previously used words have been listed so we don't start repeating for at least another decade.) Moderator Smilie Happy Elf Smilie
Yes, there is one N. It should now be:

_ _ _ E _ -EN- _ _ _ _
I'll try my good ol' T again, please Melian.
How about an S?
Can I try to solve this?
Is the answer "Cabed-en-Aras"?
Laurelindhe guessed correctly. The answere is CABED-EN-ARAS, which is the gorge where Turine slayed Glaurung the dragon and Neinor jumped to her death. Good job!

It's all yours Laurlindhe!
Thanks!

Okay, here is my word:

_ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . Good luck!
I'll try my O again please.
So sorry, Tommie...no O today...
But is there an N?
Yes, Stonehelm, there are three N's.

Now the word reads as follows:

N_n - _ _ _ _ _ _ n

I am afraid it has now become obvious. Perhaps I should have made it more challenging.Smile Smilie
How about an E?
Um, Nan-tathren? Teacher Smilie

Oh ,alright Mr. Frodo Baggins. Now you're just showing off. Like I said, the next time I get an opportunity, I will make it harder...take it away, Know-It-All-Baggins Very Big Grin Smilie !

For those of you who don't know, Nan-Tathren is the "watery region in Beleriand where the river Narog and the river Sirion meet"; also the willow valley. Another name for this is "Nan-Tasarion".
Ah, one of Treebeard's ancient haunts, the Willow Meads of Tasarinan.

So, when you post the next one Frodo_baggins, I'd like an R please.
And I'll try N this time. Smile Smilie
Here we go:
_ _ _ _ _ / _ _ / _ _ _/ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ R _ _ _ Very Evil Smilie

No: N
May I have an L please?
Alright, Baggins, now you are too clever to be human...I am going to go off of pure intuition...may I please have a D?
And I want an S
How about an A please?
And now an M, please.
Yes, and by the time we hear if our guesses are correct, each one of us will have gone through the entire alphabet!

Is there a V?
(I just noticed that it won't let me put more than one space) Here we go:

_ _ _ S _ / _ _ / _ _ _/ _ _ _ _ _ - D _ A R V _ S

No: N,L,M
The last word is dwarves. Are you allowed to guess words?
I don't know, but I suppose it's ok. Animated Wink Smilie

Might there be any T's?
_ _ _ S _ / _ _ / T _ _/ _ _ T T _ - D W A R V E S

No: N,L,M
I would like an E, please. Do I have to buy it?

And if we are allowed to guess words, the second-to-last word is "petty", isn't it?
_ _ _ S E / _ _ / T _ E/ _ E T T _ - D W A R V E S

No: N,L,M

No guessing words (I just let the dwarves slip by)

Grondy says: The only time we are allowed to guess a word or words is when we guess the answer as a whole.

Following the above rule, I would like both Hs please.
Then I'll try my luck with O.
Almost Complete:

H O _ S E / O _ / T H E/ _ E T T _ - D W A R V E S

No: N,L,M
I'll take a U please! Elf Winking Smilie
Please, me asks for the next letter nicely, doesn't I?
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