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#1 No
#2 Is it a place?
#2 Yes
#3 Is it West of Anduin?
#4 Is it North of Isengard?
#3Yes

#4Yes
#5: If there was a straight east-west line going across the map at the latitude where Bree was, would this place be south of that line?
#5 Why yes, it would.
#6: Is it east of a noth-south line at the longitude of Bree?
#6 Yes again.
#8: Is it Nin-in-Eilph?
#7 Does it have anything to do with the River Swanfleet?
#7 Nope

#8 No
9: Is it west of the Misty Mtns.?
#10 Is it the name of a town or village?
#11 Is it the Naith?
#9 Nope.

#10 Sorry!

#11 That it is not!
12: Is it Nanduhirion?
#12 Yesssss it isss presssioussss! You win!

Givess usss a good hard one now!!!
Age: Age of the Trees
Area: Aman
Letter: S
#1 Is it an Elf?
Before I get down to narrowing, here is a throw away. #2 is it 'Sirnúmen of the Plain' found in Formenos the Northern Fortress of Fëanor?

[Edited on 19/8/2003 by Grondmaster]
#4 Does it fly?

[Edited on 20/8/2003 by Grondmaster]
#3 Is it Human?
1: NO
2: NO
3: NO
#5 Is it a sentient being?

[Edited on 20/8/2003 by Grondmaster]
#6 Is it a land formation?
#4, 5, and 6 No to absolutely everything said so far. Ha Ha Ha Smilie Na-na-na-na-na Smilie

[Edited on 20/8/2003 by Grondmaster]
#7 Is it a name of the One White Tree? Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie
#8 Is is an Object? Sword/Ring/Staff kind of thing?
7: No
8: Yes, i guess; though it doesn't EXACTLY fit into what you said
#9 Is it something that belonged to one of the Valar?
9: No
#10 Were there three of them?
#10: Definitely not. Very Big Grin Smilie
#11 Is it a jewel or a kind of stone?
12 Is the name of this thing Tolkien's final choice, or did he change it afterwards?
11: No
12: Yes; it's final
#13 Is it the Star of the House of Feanor, Feanor's heraldic emblem?
13: Definitely not
#14 Is it Silima, the material from which the silmarils were made?
#14: NO
Do you need a hint?
Yep! Smile Smilie
#15 Would it be another common name for the constellation, the Great Bear, rather than the more formal Valacirca ?
Lol.

Tolkien Algebra:

Araval - x = Elendur

That probably won't help, but I'm not going 2 give it 2 u either just yet Tongue Smilie
#15: Nooooooo? Big Laugh Smilie

You can see them in more places than one.

If that doesn't help somewhat...
#16 (a wild guess) Sceptre?
#16: NO Ha Ha Ha Smilie
#17 Stars?
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