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6/16/2017 9:30 pm  #241


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Where's a pterodactyl's favorite place to live in Hyperborea?

Thaumagorga's got Pterobyl teeth...

Last edited by Monkeydono (6/18/2017 1:01 am)


...before fatidic silver pools on a auspicious night stood a Hyperborean Xathoqquan priestess; stripping naked like a beast crawling in on all fours in supplication...
 

6/17/2017 7:37 am  #242


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Monkeydono wrote:

Thaumagorga's got Pterobyl teeth...

Yes! The floor's yours, my friend.


Blackadder23: Insanely long villain soliloquy, then "Your action?"
BORGO'S PLAYER: I shoot him in the face
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6/17/2017 8:00 pm  #243


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Found most of times
In but lowly climes
Must feast on beasts
Gots thick bones, it climbs

Though, some do say
In lofty Array
To sky, it flies
With wings, to hunt prey

?


...before fatidic silver pools on a auspicious night stood a Hyperborean Xathoqquan priestess; stripping naked like a beast crawling in on all fours in supplication...
 

6/18/2017 12:23 pm  #244


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Carnivorous apes! http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/lol.png


"The fear of death, its risk each time, is one of the most stimulating parts of the game. It therefore behooves the referee to include as many mystifying and dangerous areas as is consistent with a reasonable chance for survival." - J. Eric Holmes
 

6/18/2017 1:23 pm  #245


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Blackadder23 wrote:

Carnivorous apes! http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/lol.png

*ding, ding, ding*
You are correct, sir!
Please, carry on...


...before fatidic silver pools on a auspicious night stood a Hyperborean Xathoqquan priestess; stripping naked like a beast crawling in on all fours in supplication...
 

6/18/2017 2:20 pm  #246


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Monkeydono wrote:

Blackadder23 wrote:

Carnivorous apes! http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/lol.png

*ding, ding, ding*
You are correct, sir!
Please, carry on...

Your poem clue raises the bar, heh! Nice!


Blackadder23: Insanely long villain soliloquy, then "Your action?"
BORGO'S PLAYER: I shoot him in the face
     Thread Starter
 

6/18/2017 4:07 pm  #247


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

What body of water is infested by aggressive aqua-hydras?

(Sorry, I couldn't find anything that rhymed with "hydra").


"The fear of death, its risk each time, is one of the most stimulating parts of the game. It therefore behooves the referee to include as many mystifying and dangerous areas as is consistent with a reasonable chance for survival." - J. Eric Holmes
 

6/19/2017 4:09 am  #248


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

chainsaw wrote:

Monkeydono wrote:

Blackadder23 wrote:

Carnivorous apes! http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/lol.png

*ding, ding, ding*
You are correct, sir!
Please, carry on...

Your poem clue raises the bar, heh! Nice!

Thanks, Chainsaw!
Just the way my thoughts seem to come together some days...

Blackadder23 wrote:

What body of water is infested by aggressive aqua-hydras?

Consulting the map then eliminating areas I know to be dominated by something(s) else, I'll guess Black Forest Inlet since it lacks dots along the coast...


...before fatidic silver pools on a auspicious night stood a Hyperborean Xathoqquan priestess; stripping naked like a beast crawling in on all fours in supplication...
 

6/19/2017 8:18 am  #249


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Maybe! But there's another body of water specifically mentioned in the gazetteer as being infested by aggressive aqua-hydras.


"The fear of death, its risk each time, is one of the most stimulating parts of the game. It therefore behooves the referee to include as many mystifying and dangerous areas as is consistent with a reasonable chance for survival." - J. Eric Holmes
 

6/25/2017 3:16 am  #250


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Blackadder23 wrote:

What body of water is infested by aggressive aqua-hydras?

(Sorry, I couldn't find anything that rhymed with "hydra").

'Tis been a week, so took a peek to seek...found:

Some things crash, sometimes crater
Add some water...some time later
Poke a stick at a multi-gaped....You all know the rest...

Lake Nova!

removed a misplaced "time"

Last edited by Monkeydono (6/25/2017 9:26 pm)


...before fatidic silver pools on a auspicious night stood a Hyperborean Xathoqquan priestess; stripping naked like a beast crawling in on all fours in supplication...
 

6/25/2017 8:37 am  #251


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Correct! Your turn, sir.


"The fear of death, its risk each time, is one of the most stimulating parts of the game. It therefore behooves the referee to include as many mystifying and dangerous areas as is consistent with a reasonable chance for survival." - J. Eric Holmes
 

6/25/2017 1:05 pm  #252


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Bealtainn is of most significance to which four of the classes?
Three out of the four classes will do for those under one hundred posts; silverbacks need to list all four.


...before fatidic silver pools on a auspicious night stood a Hyperborean Xathoqquan priestess; stripping naked like a beast crawling in on all fours in supplication...
 

6/26/2017 9:06 am  #253


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Monkeydono wrote:

Bealtainn is of most significance to which four of the classes?
Three out of the four classes will do for those under one hundred posts; silverbacks need to list all four.

druids, pyromancers, shamans, and witches


What? Me worry?
 

6/26/2017 3:16 pm  #254


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

gizmomathboy wrote:

Monkeydono wrote:

Bealtainn is of most significance to which four of the classes?
Three out of the four classes will do for those under one hundred posts; silverbacks need to list all four.

druids, pyromancers, shamans, and witches

 With those four throwing a party what could go wrong?
...and wrong you are not, Joe! Your move...


...before fatidic silver pools on a auspicious night stood a Hyperborean Xathoqquan priestess; stripping naked like a beast crawling in on all fours in supplication...
 

6/26/2017 6:43 pm  #255


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Orbs in the sky are counted many.

Tracks for all but a few are plenty.

With the name one of those not viewed please do reply.

Last edited by gizmomathboy (6/26/2017 6:45 pm)


What? Me worry?
 

6/27/2017 7:48 pm  #256


Re: Hyperborea Trivia

Wait, I think I know this one! Yuggoth!


"I, Satampra Zeiros of Uzuldaroum, shall write with my left hand, since I have no longer any other, the tale of everything that befell Tirouv Ompallios and myself in the shrine of the god Tsathoggua..."
 

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