Continuing on the theme of family trees:
As all of you should know Sam returned home to his wife Rose and his little girl Elanor. How many brothers and sisters did Elanor have? Name them. Hint quite a few.
Elanor the Fair, Frodo, Rose, Merry, Pippin, Goldilocks, Hamfast, Daisy, Primrose, Bilbo, Ruby, Robin, and Tolman; that's thirteen in all Jaysus, have they never heard of birth control.
Yea! Now here it is:
What is the resident, of the wife, of the father, of the lord, of the great outpost, north to the home, of the main enemy, of the allies, of the greatest kingdom of Men?
I have to point out Bowmaster; that this question is more a question of sorting out the convoluted formula you make- in a language that is not your own (and has at least one grammatic mistake that can confuse the players)- than it is about Lore. Questions in this quizz should be about Lore; notice my tags for it.
The players can accept the question and reply if they want, but if any one complains, your question is forfeit, sorry.
Well, Macilrille's post was kinda a complain. Well whatever. This is EXTREMELY easy question (so folks, if any one of you want's to join the game but never knows the answer, this is the post for YOU): What is the former name of Minas Morgul?
Actually I'm more interested in this:
Assuming this is around around Third Age:What is the resident, of the wife, of the father, of the lord, of the great outpost, north to the home, of the main enemy, of the allies, of the greatest kingdom of Men?
Greatest kingdom of Men - Arnor?
Allies - the Elves?
Main enemy - orcs or ...?
Perhaps you can announce the answer.
Ya, I would be interested to know what the intended answer was to the original one, it was just too ambiguous to answer. For example, just from the first part, "the greatest kingdom of Men", that could be Arnor, Gondor, Numenor, or the Reunited Kingdom depending on what time period you're talking about.