Ash Naz Gimbatul
Trivia brain teasers have some element of trivia in them, but they are not just pure trivia questions.
What do the following capital letters stand for and what is this quote from?
1 R to R them A,
1 R to F them,
1 R to B them A,
and in the D B them.
HintThis is an inscription on a ring in a book/movie.
1 Ring to Rule them All,
1 Ring to Find them,
1 Ring to Bring them All,
and in the Darkness Bind them.
This inscription is on the "One Ring", in the story "The Lord of the Rings".
Jul 30, 2003
|Is it me or should this have been under the letter-equation category?|
Jul 31, 2003
|Excellent! Great books, great movie, great puzzle! However, surely this is a rebus...|
Jul 31, 2003
|Lord of the rings has disgusted this www and I hope this tells you something .P.S.THIS COMMENT GIVEN BY LAVASAW's MA|
Aug 13, 2003
|The full poem is:|
Three rings for the Elvin, kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf lords, in their halls of stone,
Nine for mortal men, doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord, on his dark throne.
In the land of Mordor, were the shadows lie,
One ring to rule them all,
One ring to find them,
One ring to bring them all,
And in the darkness bind them.
In the land of Mordor, were the shadows lie.
The reason why only part of the poem was on the ring is because only part of the poem would apply to each of the rings.
For the Elvin ones it would say on them;
"Three rings for the Elvin kings under the sky."
For the Dwarf's;
"Nine for the Dwarf lords in their halls of stone"
Am i a fanatic or what???
Dec 26, 2003
|Considering I am a hard-core Harry Potter fan, I am quite surprised I knew this one.|
Aug 22, 2004
|no one would get that. it's way too difficult. how many people do you expect to read whatever that book is.|
Aug 22, 2004
|and also remember such tiny details like this.|
Mar 20, 2005
|I love LoTR. I like Harry Potter too, but not as much. I agree with Aurora, this is definitly a rebus.|
Apr 29, 2005
|USERNAME needs to be a little more accepting of others likes. This was a great one and the hint was perfect. I knew the book/movie, but didn't know the whole quote.|
Jun 24, 2005
|username, everyone knows about the LOTR, and, seeing that the trilogy grossed $1,031,300,000 not including the immense amount of money gained through dvd sales, toys, etc., it is safe to say that many people have more than just heard about the books. This would lead those millions of people to hear that section of the poem more than 3 times at least.|
Oct 01, 2005
|Hmm... it doesn't imply common knowledge so i don't suppose letter-equtions fit better. But, still good fun. Keep them coming. |
Oct 30, 2005
|I'm one of the few people on this planet who hasn't seen this movie. |
Jan 01, 2006
|Wow...people can get quite upset when they don't know the answer...*cough*username*cough*...but I knew this one with only reading the first line...I know I'm a geek. I actually haven't read the book in quite a while though. Well, regardless of what other people said, I thought it was a good one!|
Jan 05, 2006
|I never would have gotten this, but I think that it is a good teaser idea. Good Job. |
Jun 06, 2006
|I liked it, though I do think it would fit better in letter equations. I've read the books several times, as well as others by Tolkien. The movies were excellently done.|
Jul 29, 2006
|A rebus this should be. |
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