Discussion in 'Oceania Discussion Boards' started by JC_Tolkien, Dec 20, 2001.
//sends JediGuy a friendly PM to get him to ask a Q//
Who was the first chieftain of the Dunedain after the dissolution of the North-kingdoms?
Aranarth? Man these questions are getting obscure
Yes I'm right or yes these questions are getting obscure.
Ok so what was the name of the necromancers hide out in mirkwood?
Don Guilder (sp)
close enuff its actually dol guldur off ya go humble
*cough* Humble *cough*
Well as this seems to be floundering....
I think it must be Time for a two towers question!!
Name the Two towers and what their names mean.
There is a union now, between the two towers. Barad-dur(exact spelling?) fortress of the Dark Lord Sauron, and Orthanc, stronghold of the wizard Saruman.
//has watched the trailer too many times.//
oh Arda, don't fail me now!
edit = oh yea!
Orthanc: Mount Fang' is the Elvish rendition of Orthanc's name, ultimately from the roots orod 'mountain' and anca 'jaws'. The meaning 'cunning mind' comes from Old English orÃ¾anc, representing a word in the lexicon of the Rohirrim.
Mount Fang and/or Cunning Mind.
Barad-dur: 'Dark Tower'
Yay! off ya go SFL, btw have ya finished the silmarillion yet and did I lend you my copy??
w00t! I'm right!
ummmm, I'll think of a Q tonight.
Yes, you lent me your "well used Silmarillion". No I havn't finished it. With work I get home and blob out. Get to bed at about 11pm and can't be bothered to read, let alone read the Sil!
This weekend I'll get in a few hours and try and get a few pages behind me.
//is paranoid about the book as the cover is about to fall apart etc //
It sucks cause I'm "reading" about 4 books at the moment but all really really slowly heh heh
Tolkien Q to come...
ah damnit, lost the page I had a great quote on! GRRRR.
What is King Theoden horse called?
or more specifically...
Faithful servant yet master's bane Lightfoot's foal, swift Snowmane.
I shall accept thee many answers as all are indicably correct.
NB: I may have made up a word.
who, according to "the hobbit", invented golf by knocking the head of a goblin down a rabbit hole?
crikey, I *do* need to read these books again.
ummmm, Goblin - head - hole - golf.
*cough* guess *cough*
Thrain; King under the mountain
No! heres a clue it was a hobbit....
no one else is playing.
The Old Took?
nope, try again.....
I'm spent, short of re-reading the Hobbit... and I'm not doing that 'till I finish other books etc.
The answer is in fact Bandobras Took!
You can have a go though SFL!
//without looking in the book and just going off memory//
Who is the Dwarf on "lookout" when Bilbo sneeks past after finding his way out of the mountain after Riddles in the Dark?
Balin the lookout was.......