This puzzle is dedicated to all of you!


There are 8 anagram questions below.
In each question, you can rearrange the letters to find an answer, which is 2 English words that describe a type of PSE users.

These "types of PSE users" are related to the Q&A activity and other features on this site.
Note that the first letters of the answers are given inside the square brackets.
[Updated notes] The dots in the brackets do not necessarily correspond to the position or numbers of letters.

Let's look at a sampe question:

Make me a ring [E… ….]

You should find an anagram of Make me a ring which starts with the letter E.
The answer is Enigma Maker, which means someone who creates enigma / puzzles.

Now here are the questions.


  1. Count brown tire [N… ….]
  2. Rarest red mild [M… ….]
  3. Scan a queen style [S… ….]
  4. Do the full rap more [H… ….]
  5. Hung bad tree [B… ….]
  6. My other racer [R… ….]
  7. Kept near trees [P… ….]
  8. No kid tired [K… ….]


  • You are not allowed to solve the anagrams using computer programs.
  • Partial answers are welcome, but only full answers will be accepted. Please be respectful to others if you build upon their answers. :)

Happy solving!

Anyway, if you're still hungry for more, you can solve the…

Bonus Question
This question is entirely optional and will not be scored.

A sage ruins that man [A… ….]

Once again, happy solving!


1 Answer 1


1 (got this and then saw Stiv's comment to that effect)

Count brown tire = New contributor!


Rarest red mild = Master riddler


Scan a queen style = Sequence analyst

4 (per PilsNot3's answer)

Do the full rap more = Helpful moderator

5 (per PilsNot3's answer / Stiv's comment)

Hung bad tree = Badge hunter


My other racer = Rhyme creator
(Another from list of tags)


Kept near trees = Pattern seeker
(List of tags is useful!)


No kid tired = Kind editor
(I got this one only because I though the dots correspond to the number of letters in the word...)


A sage ruins that man = Anagram enthusiast
(since it's a bonus, it had to do something with the puzzle itself, which is an anagram)

  • 1
    $\begingroup$ Nice work Mariia :) 5 is rot13(Onqtr uhagre) and 1 is rot13(Arj pbagevohgbe) $\endgroup$
    – Stiv
    Sep 17, 2019 at 7:00
  • $\begingroup$ @Stiv Yes, my approach of searching for words in the list of tags doesn't work for words not on that list :-) $\endgroup$ Sep 17, 2019 at 7:05
  • 1
    $\begingroup$ Knew this one would go fast :) I believe 4 is rot13(URYCSHY ZBQRENGBE) $\endgroup$
    – HTM
    Sep 17, 2019 at 7:10
  • $\begingroup$ @MariiaMykhailova Well done...! Now, please wait for some time for your green tick. Arriving soon :) $\endgroup$
    – Luke
    Sep 17, 2019 at 8:47

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