Thread: LOTR Quiz
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I'll have to look it up to be more specific, maybe tomorrow.
When Sam asked Gandalf why the dwarves wanted to come back to Moria Gandalf talked about mithril and the lodes which led far under Caradhras to darkness.
What colour was Bard the Bowman's arrow?
Bard the bowman's arrow is black.
What is the last riddle that Bilbo asks that Gollum cant answer?
"What have I got in my pocket?"
What is the name of Gandalf's sword?
How were the platforms in the trees of Lothlorien called?
Must be Flets.
What gift did Bilbo give to Hugo Bracegirdle on his birthday and why?
Just checking to see how the thread thing works...
Answer is an (empty) book-case. Hugo was a great borrower of books, and worse than usual at returning them.
What does Sam dig out of his memory on the road to the Fords of Bruinen?
Was it a poem about Bilbo's three trolls?
That'll do question away...
Who was the mightiest warrior of mortal men?
Elendil? Aragorn? ill go with elendil
Ill go with a really easy one:
Who is Aragorns wife?
a) Eowyn, b) Arwen or c) Galadriel?
Incorrect Answer Smeagol! My question still stands
Tricky one this, while we have quite a few "mighty warriors" I'll have to say Turin Turambar was the man.
Turin was a mighty warrior but he was not said to be the mighiest!
I've read this somewhere but can't remember where. Alright Beren then.
Its got to be Hurin - otherwise we'll have to move into the TA.
Correct answer When he cast himself in the sea after he learned of the lies of Morgoth it is said something like so ended the mightiest warrior of old.
Who would Gandalf take to the woods, but not to her sisters?
Must be Illoreth!
Ioreth it was - your turn then.
Name the youngest son of Isildur
So who brought the shards of Narsil back to him?
The famous smith who made Narsil also made one other (very) famous item.
What was it?
The Dragonhelm of Dor lomin, worn by Turin.
But what other famous thing did he make?
Telchar of Nogrond made also Angrist - the knife, wielded by Beren, that cut a Silmaril from the crown of Morgoth.
What is the name of the wood that surrounds the beacon-hill of Halifirien?
Firien Wood, I believe. I apologize in advance if I'm wrong, but in the interest of keeping this thread humming, I'll post another question.
Which person mockingly sent a necklace made of dragons teeth to some seriously pissed off dwarves? (He later regretted this act)
No you are correct - 'tis Firien Wood.
And the answer to your question is Fram, son of Frumgar, Lord of the Eotheod.
How far back are Aragorn and Elrond related? (Hint: they're cousins, but to what degree?)
Cousins to the 64th degree. I think. Probably not correct, but in the interest of keeping this going I'm going to give another question.
On the shores of what lake was the original capital city of Arnor founded?
And the answer to yours is the northern lake Nenuial, founded by Elendil.
My question is...who was the chieftain of the Men of Brethil and in which age did he rule? (Hint: he was the son of Halmir.)
Haldir, in the first age.
What was the name of the prison cells where Hobbits who crossed Sharkey were sent?
The Lockholes in Brywater I think...
Love the scene where Lobelia is freed!
Name a Farming Family of Hobbits who shared the lane with the Maggots?
After scouring my brain, I gave up and ctr+f the word "lane" on my electronic versions of LotR. I did find it, however, and it is the Puddifoots of Stock.
What was Boromir's horn made of?
The ox of the East!
What was the first name of the "ProudFEET!" hobbit?
Edrahil, I just noticed your number of posts! Are you new here? If so, welcome! Glad to see you reviving fascinating old threads! Wherever did you find them?
In answer to your question, I am relatively sure it is Odo ProudFEET Not positive, but I think so.
Here's mine: What were the names of Galadriel's father and grandfather? I know it's an easy question, but the first one that popped to mind.
Well my edrahil account is new, I just got back to the forums after a 2-year silence feels great to be back!
Finwe and Finarfin! Though I think Olwe is also grandfather to her, am I right?
If so, with how many dwarves did Bilbo leave Bag End for the last time?
Right you are, Edrahil! Finwe and Finarin are the ones I meant, so you got it ;-) Bilbo left Bag End for the last time with three dwarves, don't remember who, if I ever knew.
Hm, now for a question myself: What was the name of Sam's pony in the FoTR? Namarie,
The Horse of Sam was called Bill. Sam loved the pony wit a great affection and was dismayed when he thought he was slain. Thankyou, that was good one Niry. My question too everyone: Who was the darkest Son of Feanor?
I didn't quite get the term "dark"!
I know that Caranthir means dark-haired if that's what you mean.
But Celegorm is for me the darkest in terms of soul, for the part he played in Beren and Luthien's tale!
I won't ask a new question as I don't know if I answered correctly!
One of his sons was called Caranthir the Dark, would that be who you're looking for? Celegorm was also known as Celegorm the Fair, although that seems to be of his physical description. Ah, asking after your brothers, are you, Amras? ;-) Namarie,
hahaha Yes, i am asking if my bro's are making trouble in Mando's. Actually, it was a trick question, you answered both of my questions at once, Did not think you would do that Pretty smart. Also Who was the elf whom Turin slew?
His name was something like "Saeros", and he was one of the nobles of Doriath who insulted Túrin's mother and people and then later attacked him with a sword and shield. However, Túrin also killed his good friend and faithful companion Beleg strongbow, whom he mistook in the dark of a storm for an orc come to torture him more.
My question is, could anyone in the fellowship use their sword to kill a stationary Shelob in one blow?
Wow, that is a tough sucker...hmhmh. Aragorn or Gandalf. Wait! Gandalf, he has a elvish blade! Ahaha . My Question, What are Christopher Tolkien's sons names?