For GoodTrivia brain teasers have some element of trivia in them, but they are not just pure trivia questions.
This is a series of riddles, whose answers all have a relation to each other. Answer the riddles to find the relation.
I am a bond that is hard to break,
And you can have one of me with anyone,
as long as you remain kind and friendly.
I was born of a person,
who shares their name with a weapon.
They called America the golden land,
But I'm the one with the street of gold.
I have 4 regions,
North, South, East, and West.
I arrive when one must play along with something that they don't agree with.
When one fights the higher power,
I am there.
If I want to,
I can fight the science textbook.
People want my power,
yet instead of revering me,
they might kill me.
AnswerThey all relate to the musical Wicked.
The answers to the riddles are, in order: friendship, the Land of Oz, rebellion, witches.
Friendship, once it's made, is hard to sever, and you can be friends with any person, as long you remain friendly.
The land of Oz was created by L. Frank Baum, which is pronounced like the weapon that one throws and it explodes. It also possess the famous Yellow Brick Road. Oz is typically broken up into its four regions, which if you read other Oz books or the novel by Gregory Maguire on which Wicked was based,
you'd know were called (starting North and going counter clockwise) Gillikin, Munchkinland, Quadling Country, and the Vinkus.
People rebel when they are forced to deal with something they find wrong.
People rebel against the higher power that is making them go along with the situation that they find wrong.
A witch can defy the laws of nature, which would be written in a science textbook. Most people want the power to magically do whatever they can't do, and yet most recorded "witch" encounters stated that the witches were evil and should be killed.
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