That's it Fionwë; you get the pretty bauble.
Who was the brother of Rúmil and Orophin
Their fellow sibling was Haldir of Lórien
That's right Loss, so you get the Pseudo-Silmaril.
Tolkien lifted all the dwarf-names in The Hobbit from what ancient literary work
The Elder Edda.
That was a tough one.
No no no, he took it from Walt Disney's Snow white and the Seven Dwarves movie script.
Correct Fionwë, you get the pretty bauble.
Incorrect Virumor, Uncle Walt's movie didn't have a dwarf named Droopy.
From whom did Sauron take the last ring of the Dwarves
Thrain son Thror, taken from him with torment in the dungeons of Dol Guldur.
Halbard has the answer and the Pseudo-Silmaril.
Who was the only Sinda to have seen the Two Trees
Might that be my step-father, Thingol? I believe his brother called him "Elwe" a very long time ago.
My step-father used to tell me stories about an ancient time when he lived by a great lake with his people. He was a simple elf back then, but he used to have dreams about a wonderous light, though he always awoke under the stars. Then, one day a mighty hunter came to his people and beckoned them with descriptions reminiscent of his dreams, and he knew that it was his destiny to follow. However, the journey was long, and there was much to distract the elves. So, when he returned to bring his brethren to behold the unimaginable magnificence of the trees, he instead beheld a different beauty, his future wife. He forsook the trees and remained with his wife as far as I know. I have unfortunately lost contact with all of my family.
Correct Turin, you get the Pseudo-Silmaril (imaginary).
Who said (in the book), "Eat earth! Dig deep! Drink water! Go to sleep!" and to whom was it said?
Was it.. Tom Bombadil, and he was talking to Old Man Willow?
Yes, and it wasn't PJ's Treebeard talking to a Huron who had trapped Pippin, so Etharion gets the pretty bauble.
What title was given to Gimli after the War of the Ring
edhilmellon (a guess at the Sindarin)
Actually, http://www.jrrvf.com says elvellon. Where does that come from?
It could be elf friend, but he was also called Lord of the Glittering Caves after the War ended, so I'll go with that
Loss has the answer for which I was looking, so Loss gets the Pseudo-Silmaril.
What was the name of Morgoth's great mace
I believe thats the first part of your name at PT Sir
Correct Mellon; and it was also called the 'Hammer of Morgoth'. Mellon gets the pretty bauble.
Who were the Elendili
Hint: they were also called the Faithful.
Among some of the Dúnedains there were some that wanted to keep the friendship (or even fellowship ) between the Eldar (the elfes ) and those who lived in Valar..They were also named the Elf-friends
That's them Mellon, you got them down pat, so you get the Pseudo-Silmaril.
On what hill did Boromir try to take the Ring from Frodo
I always like geography, Grondy. How 'bout Amon Hen?
You sure it isn't Amon Rooster Halbard?
Okay, Halbard gets the pretty bauble.
How did Treebeard illuminate the inside of Wellinghall
He lifted up 2 drinking vessels, filled with a liquid akin to water, put his hands over them, did a bit of tree magic and hey presto, light!
Correct Durin vii, you get the pretty bauble.
What was the name of the great feast-hall in Edoras
Aye, that it is Sian, me friend, ye gets the Pseudo-Silmaril.
Why was Númenor remembered as Mar-nu-Falmar
Thank ye mos' kindly Capn' Grond! (Breaking my arm patting self on back for not having to look this one up
Arrrggh! And if you've yer sea-legs matey, does ye remember the answer to the above question from the Silmarillion?
OK, Grondmaster. Numenor is not my strongpoint, but I will try to answer so that you will post a new question. This is the postdiluvian name for Numenor, which is pretty much self-explanatory.
Correct Turinturumart, the name means 'home-beneath-waves' and the pretty bauble is yours.
What did the setting sun of Durin's Day reveal to Bilbo
The keyhole to the secret passage that lead to Smaug's lair. Right?
Etharion gets the Pseudo-Silmaril for the correct answer.
Who was Bilbo Baggins' mother
We spell that "Took" on this side of the Atlantic, but if "Tók" is pronounced the same, then Mellon gets the pretty bauble.
At what time was Bilbo expected to be at the 'Green Dragon'
We spell that "Took" on this side of the Atlantic
Tók is the Norwegian way of spelling it ..Took is the correct way ..sorry
Bilbo was expected to be at the Green Dragon at 11 in the morning
No need to apologize Mellon, for the difference in spelling or for only waiting a little over six hours, instead of twenty-four, before answering the next question.
You did have the correct answer, but no cigar this time.
How many Valar were there
14. Ask harder questions or you're an orc. (I almost said "9", but then I would've been double-wrong.)
Some are hard some are easy; some are trick some are logical; many are stale a few are new. Anyway Turinturumart gets the Pseudo-Silmaril.
Who had seven toes on each foot
Correct Mellon, the pretty bauble is yours.
What stone marked the center of the Shire
Good on Gud daedheloth for having the answer and now the Pseudo-Silmaril.
By what Sindarin name were the Misty Mountains also known
Correct Mellon, another pretty bauble is yours.
Who said, 'This shall be my own kingdom; and I name it unto myself!'
Yawn...its pretty late here so..of the top of my head....Morgoth?
That was the name he was given later when his foul deeds became know, at the time he made the claiming statement he was still known as Melkor. Still, Etharion gets the Pseudo-Silmaril.
Whose lullaby, said Bilbo, 'would waken a drunken goblin'
Right on Mellon, another pretty bauble to you.
Who called the Dwarves 'Gonnhirrim' and what did it mean