Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by sonofecthelion, Jan 9, 2005.
Does Sauron figure into this question?
No to palm.
No to Sauron, but the chief 'baddie' concerned was Morgoth.
Ahem.....another clue perhaps?
His title was Edain Lord of Dorthonian, if that helps!
Nope.Not at all.What a ballbuster.Where did you dig up this question?
How about another clue?
He was the son of Bahahir, and was born in the 4th Century of the 1st Age.
Next clue should give it away.
Bahahir sounds like an Eagles name.
Not an eagle, but I know what you mean about the name.
He fell in love with Luthien.
The Elves sang about him.
Not much of a clue really, as the Elves sang about practically everyone, at one time or another! :wink:
I cheated and looked up the history of the Simarils, and I still couldn't find the answer!
And none of your clues made sense either... :x
Correction to earlier question re Sauron.
Sauron does feature in this characters adventures, but not when he takes the Silmaril from Thangorodrim.
He encounters him on the Isle of Werewolves.
Final real giveaway clue.
The Wolf of Angband bit off part of his hand whilst he was escaping from Thangorodrim, Silmaril & all.
Ricky. Apart from the above correction, all the other clues check out with 1 or more Tolkein source.
I'm sure they do, but they really really did not help me! :wink:
Sturm's got it!
Sheeit!That was a tough one.The Luthien hint was a dead give-away.How the hell did you come up with that question?
I just wanted to pose a question that was unlikely to be answered in less than a day. We had just had a long run of very quickly answered questions.
Who said "Cold be hand and heart and stone."
Sounds a bit Tom Bombadilish to me. Possibly refering to the Barrow Wight.
Actually,you might be right.I thought it was something the Barrow-Wight chanted.My books are packed away at the moment,so I can't check it out.Since you mentioned the BW,I'll give this one to you.Good job none the less.