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Here's a shot. All but the 2nd are on this nifty Wikilist: How oft the potion, orange in hue delights my sense among the dew. Indeed this land can scarce contain Our presence should we both remain. From first I heard thine mouth's sweet spell A victim helpless I befell. This vessel shall contain our dirge Should storm or monstrous beast resurge. His ...


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Got them all!


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Continuing M Oehm's work: if we continue until we have used the whole message, base64-decoding what comes after the text he posted yields: The block of garbled letters does not appear to be English under a simple substitution cipher. (More precisely: I fed it to quipqiup and it didn't produce anything even slightly plausible-looking.) I haven't tried ...


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The author is: Oppograms: Order from nothing: Wild whole no: Received low out:


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Given the story, it stands to reason that Given that information, here are the Wikipedia pages he probably visited: He hit these pages when searching for this target city,


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You are ♥Veni♀Vidi ♂Vici☠ Third in a line, bred to be realistic, Somewhat compassionate, not too sadistic. Taught a new game, I learned how to rack 'em. In spite of their cheating, I improv'd and sacked 'em. Surprised how you find me? The game ended victorious! Ironically infamous, disgraced and inglorious.


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So far I've got:


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Thanks for this.


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Partial answer for the "first hurdle":


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My guess would be Explanation: First green and then yeller, (sic. yellow) All guts and no tallow.


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Column 1: Column 2: Matches:


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1. 4. 5.? 6. 7.


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Partial Answer ads go est (3) o illed over alleged rpe (4) mn ie fr cash (4) in the end she is (4) s boys ight (4) oaming the y (4) oman not uilty after bad her (6)


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Answer Explaination: My first brother loves the winds and the birds, My second has been cast out from the family, he is the black sheep, My third brother loves the waters, even in the deepest caves, My fourth brother is like the father of Lion, My fifth brother is kind of gloomy, with his voice as sad as doom, My sixth brother is named after a ...


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Here's my guess: UPDATE: I finally figured out, duh, what is meant by "a place without hands". Here's a revised guess: RE-UPDATE: I had assumed all the riddles were classics and well-known, besides being in the book. My answer may be cheapened a little, because all these were known to me in advance. Anyway here are the riddle explanations: The darkness ...


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2. 3.


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This is a community wiki answer that anyone can add to. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 10. 11 12. 13.


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Partial answer so far: Clue 1 Clue 2 Clue 3 4+5 solved by Techidiot, 6+7 solved by rand. Clue 7 Clue 8 Clue 9 Clue 10 Clue 11


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1: Regulations on the internet in an adventure 2: A shirt for sports I just bought 3: A part of the former USSR or What's that always-learning monkey called? 4: Better put them together or it will be parted by me 5: That classic rhyme with "nd" instead of a m 6: That girl up there with the marbles, I hate that beldam, misread and misread 7: 6 in a more ...


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You are I have a long history from east to west, to some I'm the worst and others the best. With a core made of resin I dance and I flutter, no one judges me when I speak with a stutter. I may be an object of legend or myth, at first you won't find me but maybe in fifth. For at any point, you summon power of three, And look to the wind, you may ...


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I think you might be: Because: My name is the first, third, and last of my name, Or first, fifth, and sixth; that is quite all the same. Take first, second, sixth, and again you will see: My first, fifth, and last can also name me. The hint in the title of the post is:


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Whew! Your books are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.


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Rand 'alThor posted the question on SciFi stack exchange. My answer: Look up to him Born on the first soil, aiming for the next Stolen as replacement, his life a lie To be loved, serve but never die Death came in a flash, lost mother Hideous rictus, fear and darkness Insanity lurking in the water A mirror to his own madness Four were in fact five ...


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Just getting it started with a few (okay, so I've gotten more since writing that...): Makin' twice as many female pronouns, in Ireland (9) The females pronoun is 'ers, from "hers", and Ireland points to Dublin (along with "doubling" for making twice as many), so it's: Oscar eats a food rich in iron, then dances to Chubby Checker (6,5) O ...


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The answer is Explanation We share so many little memories that never fade, persisting over long periods of time without changing. My love for you is how they all combine into a beautiful whole that is so much more than any of them individually. I treasure these, holding on to them as if trying to prevent anyone else from taking them away. When I'm not ...


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Partial answer


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Since we've taken to partial answers for this, here are some question_asker does not yet have (at time of original writing): Emily Dickinson has decided that something of ours is swiss. Moby Dick's 7th Oscar Wao's Brief first word A conflicting conjunction A-ha's juicy first word Peter's mother's sister, and his daughter The remaining words, courtesy ...


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The clue for the mysterious object is hidden in The 1st clue is Combined with the square,


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