Pyan and I, we's just went bonkers one day, I believe it had to do with the full moon. Now, we're those lost souls who like to spend nights on end searching for obscure passages in the works of the late J.R.R. Tolkien. And we decided to make a quiz of it... How it works At one point, this point really, someone will ask a question about an event, character, thing or pretty much anything else in one of the works of professor Tolkien. The idea is that you, or any other player, will answer the question. Once you answered the question correctly, it gets affirmed by the player who asked that particular question, and you move on to ask a new question. Easy, yeah? Now hold it, Bruno. It's not just that. Pyan and I are silly buggers. So we don't want just "answers." We wanna know where the zark you got them from. So a correct answer isn't going to let you have the floor; you need to back your answer up quoting the passage where you found your answer. Capiche? (edit) Or, you can elect not to need a quote for that question if you so desire. Rightyo then! Here follows a list of which sources thou canst use: The Hobbit The Lord of the Rings The Silmarillion The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien That's it for now. Maybe in the future more sources will be added, but no one knows when and why and how and who and how many and whence (for now). By birthright, it's Pyan to throw first! Game on! EDIT: And, as it's been formally requested (by Pyan): adding The Children of Hurin to the list of sources.... EDIT (II) Unfinished Tales also added to the permitted list. YOU ARE ON YOUR HONOUR NOT TO USE GOOGLE!!