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This won't be my final one, although the riddle suggests otherwise...

Riddle me this:

My prefix might be two, but dominatės an aching storm;
Though rid the kind of regulär a pirate may infôrm.

My suffix might set off, but to be hönest, is reversed,
As it might be éntirely its own way quite hèådfirst.

My infix is a link you might demañd not in a chain,
But rather only once to thrice in what your šight may gain.

A pale queen would know my name; her voice would be on sāle!
Ironic, for sō frēqùęntły, some deserts have my trail.


What am I?

Much as I've left this riddle for you,
The answer has left itself for you, too.


Partial answers can be posted :)

Hint 1:

Pirates say, "Arrrr!"
You're on your way after you have set off.
And this and that and so much to think about!
This riddle seemed so deserted.

Hint 2:

The word "stomach" sounds like "storm aching" but without the r (and ing). Stomachs also have "abdominals" which sounds like "ab dominating".


Seems like finding out what the symbols might mean is a bit too difficult, so whoever finds that out will earn a $100$ rep bounty.. but you might have a chance at it, because I will say one thing:

So frequently $\to$ frost queen... if only...

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    $\begingroup$ Are the weird things in characters important? $\endgroup$ – u_ndefined Sep 11 '18 at 10:30
  • $\begingroup$ @u_ndefined yes, they are. They sort of hint out to something. If you don't understand one part, I can give a hint for that particular "weird thing". $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Sep 11 '18 at 10:50
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    $\begingroup$ I'm tempted to post an answer... "No." $\endgroup$ – jafe Sep 26 '18 at 3:33
  • $\begingroup$ @jafe hahah, the answer would make sense once you get it. You are staring at more clues than you think :P $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Sep 26 '18 at 3:50
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Partial (infix):

'w'? link not in chain: URL, once to thrice: "www."

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  • $\begingroup$ That was a good attempt, but unfortunately incorrect. Every affix is a word... well, maybe not the prefix (it all depends on how you say it, really), but that's it. In fact, the prefix is a well-known one; if you search "define [prefix]", Google will tell you that it is a prefix :P $\endgroup$ – Mr Pie Sep 11 '18 at 12:13

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