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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #805

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

Druegar wrote: Your first mistake was wine...

It is Burritos and Burritos..not wine and dine


No Horchata?

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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #806

jpotter wrote:

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

Druegar wrote: Your first mistake was wine...

It is Burritos and Burritos..not wine and dine


No Horchata?


No. Jamaica is a better drink Horchata has a Weird consistency going down.
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #807

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Druegar wrote: Your first mistake was wine...


Well, it's more an idiom than a menu. Ya know... cater to your proclivities.

Though, putting it that way, it sounds much more risky.....
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #808

Raven wrote: Ya know... cater to your proclivities.
Though, putting it that way, it sounds much more risky.....

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Have you looked it up in the TDb ?
Please post TDb corrections/suggestions in this thread .
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #809

Druegar wrote:

Raven wrote: Ya know... cater to your proclivities.
Though, putting it that way, it sounds much more risky.....

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It is a clue.
You either discover a star or you don't. You arrogant punk.

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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #810

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

Druegar wrote: Your first mistake was wine...

It is Burritos and Burritos..not wine and dine

But only on Burritos Wethursday (as Burritos take up more than one day of importance)
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #811

So a few of us decided to take visit “To eldest place before the fall” (the waterfall at the Hyatt).

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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #812

Having found one relic of three
Again the quest of time will be
Go soon on two where laws are made
Onto the White, but do not wade.
Take to the green where eagles will soar
Counting your luck, avoiding the four.
Hear Odin’s words in the last hall
Around the circle, avoiding his maul.

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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #813

Beertram wrote: So a few of us decided to take visit “To eldest place before the fall” (the waterfall at the Hyatt).


Did you do find those two there?
If so were they hidden or in plain sight?
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #814

Beertram wrote: Having found one relic of three
Again the quest of time will be
Go soon on two where laws are made
Onto the White, but do not wade.
Take to the green where eagles will soar
Counting your luck, avoiding the four.
Hear Odin’s words in the last hall
Around the circle, avoiding his maul.


Where did you find this? Very interesting. Wondering if it's talking about that tower in the center of monument circle in downtown Indy.
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #815

Joshua Long wrote:

Beertram wrote: So a few of us decided to take visit “To eldest place before the fall” (the waterfall at the Hyatt).


Did you do find those two there?
If so were they hidden or in plain sight?


I'm 95% sure your leg is being pulled - some of these were given out at the GT run.

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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #816

Rob F wrote:

Beertram wrote: Having found one relic of three
Again the quest of time will be
Go soon on two where laws are made
Onto the White, but do not wade.
Take to the green where eagles will soar
Counting your luck, avoiding the four.
Hear Odin’s words in the last hall
Around the circle, avoiding his maul.


Where did you find this? Very interesting. Wondering if it's talking about that tower in the center of monument circle in downtown Indy.


I would strongly advise against wading into the White River.

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