Thread: Trivia: Barad-dur
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What kind of a creature was called 'thoron' in Sindarin
Which of Faramir's Rangers asked for permission to shoot Gollum
What deed of Melkor's was held to be the most hateful to Ilúvatar
The breeding of the hideous race of the Orcs. Though my own opinion is quite different: the marring of Feanor comes first for me!
I was going to remind our Americas contingent to leave one unanswered once in a while to allow the those East of the Atlantic a shot at a question due to the time zone problem; however, I just noticed the reminder isn't neccesary. Lately we have been getting answers from that side of the pond too. Good Show!
Can you name two rivers that flowed through Fangorn
Gee what took you so long to figure that one out Arcor? Six long minutes??
I noticed the new post after 6 minutes
Anyway, since I can only think of one of the rivers off the top of my head, I'll let someone else take it.
Those would be the Limlight and the Entwash.
[Edited on 19/11/2003 by TomBombadillo]
With what chain was Morgoth bound after the War of Wrath
What was the usual hair-color of the Rohirrim, and what name did the Dunlendings give them as a result
*hiding as a true Laiquendi would*
What were Illuin and Ormal
Which hobbit-clan had a reputation for adventurousness even before Bilbo's adventures
What did Bilbo actually mean to say when he squealed 'Time! Time!'
We wantsesss shiny bauble. So pretty. So shiny. We be quick to answer nice master of the Hammer to get one more pretty bauble. Give it to usss... Nice master! Give it to Amarië.. *insert green eyed Gollum smiley here*
How many dogs did Frodo and his companions encounter at Farmer Maggot's farm, and what were their names
What happened in The Shire when the river Brandywine froze over in the Fell Winter
To whom did Bilbo ask, 'Well, are you alive or are you dead'
Who told Ar-Pharazôn that Melkor was 'Lord of All' and 'Giver of Freedom'
Which Dwarf carried Bilbo on his back as they escaped from the goblins in the Misty Mountains
What were the three Dwarf-realms mentioned in Elven history, and under what mountain ranges had they been delved
Belegost and Nogrod: Ered Luin
Erebor: under the Lonely Mountain
I'm not sure whether Erebor counts as being in the Elven history, as it isn't mentioned in the Silmarillion; however, were the Elves, rather than Hobbits and Men writing the history at the end of the third age, Erebor would have been included for an honorable mention as well as Dain's holdings in the Iron Hills. Still, neither of these was as magnificent as were the former three at the height of their glory. You get the Pseudo-Silmarill.
Name the large expanse of water in Southern Mordor
[Edited on 2/12/2003 by Grondmaster]
Who slew the great boar of Everholt but died in the process
What was the last Kingdom of the Noldor to fall to Morgoth's legions
Who took Frodo to be a long-lost cousin at 'The Prancing Pony'
What was most distinctive about the town of Esgaroth
Those long legged birds stand on stilt-like legs and Baba Yaga's hut stood upon and moved around on chicken-like legs.
Can you name three of the great Eagles of Arda
Thorondor, Gwaihir, Landroval and Meneldor!
What gemstone did Bilbo pocket inside the Lonely Mountain
Who had a butler named Galion