Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by sonofecthelion, Jan 9, 2005.
I don't think so. But it means mountain(s) of oppression. If that helps at all.
Nope,can't say it does.I think we'll need a clue.
isn't the answer to this question that thorin got a ring from his father and thangodorim is an alternative name for the father, how had the lonely mountain.. so silmaril means ring and thangodorim is alternative name so the answer is in fact thorin if i have the names correctly..
wrong on the hole story? to bad i thought it sounded logical
what is a silmaril..? that is the big question..
why don't i have the lord of the rings books in Englisch :S
I'm stumped.Totally clueless.
Do you want a clue? Or a hand?
I'll take whatever you're willing to give.
My last post has a cryptic clue hidden within!!
Anything to do with Saruman?
Thinking of the 'white hand' emblem he used.
Nope. But good thinking though.
has it anything to do with aragorn ore the white city?
No & No.
This is the toughest question I can remember.I tap out.
As you may have guessed, the character concerned is from history, and not from the war of the ring itself. But the account of the tale is contained within the Two Towers. It also appears in greater detail in another Middle Earth work.
Not much of a clue, I know. But it may cut down on fruitless guesswork, and will give you a pointer for reference or research.
I did say that it was time for a hard one, but I did not want it to be impossibly or dicouragingly hard.
Good hunting LOTR'S!
No. But you have siezed the correct part of the clue.
I think we're gonna need a much bigger hint.You've got us whipped with this one.Where's SOE when you need the lad?Oh,I almost forgot that damn boat!
Not so much a whole hand, as a..............