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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #817

Well I'll tell you if it's legit, it's cool as shit.
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #818

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I'm more interested in the one of three line, Orions set? Will more frags/bits be needed? Questions abound?
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #819

Picc wrote: I'm more interested in the one of three line, Orions set? Will more frags/bits be needed? Questions abound?


Please note:

Neither the photo of the belts, nor the poem, are claimed to be found at the falls in the Hyatt, or related to the riddle in any way.

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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #820

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.


Look at the first letter of each line ;-)

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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #821

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Quick shout-out to all the fabulous folks who helped solve the riddle!

We had a great time, and it was kinda fun to head over to the "Eldest Place" and take a pic before the Fall.

We walked past the 2nd floor Hyatt ballroom, and I remember someone asking, "Wait... That's where they ran True Dungeon? How did it all fit in there?"... and I agree. It's almost like going back to your old school and seeing the Kindergarten classroom. It's so much smaller than I remember!

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And thanks, Beertram, for sharing our pics and a little bit of riddle fun :D
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #822

I am patiently awaiting for TD to get home and get the work they need to do done and for Druegar to return to full health to post the all the answers. Really guys I am patiently waiting. I waited till someone else comment on this thread when I wanted to on Sunday...lol.
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #823

Take to the green where eagles will soar
Counting your luck, avoiding the four.

Golf Green, Eagles soar, four is a bad hole...

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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #824

Lordoftherealm wrote: Take to the green where eagles will soar
Counting your luck, avoiding the four.

Golf Green, Eagles soar, four is a bad hole...

Just fyi that was not a real riddle if you didn't catch that.
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #825

Raven wrote: Quick shout-out to all the fabulous folks who helped solve the riddle!

We had a great time, and it was kinda fun to head over to the "Eldest Place" and take a pic before the Fall.

We walked past the 2nd floor Hyatt ballroom, and I remember someone asking, "Wait... That's where they ran True Dungeon? How did it all fit in there?"... and I agree. It's almost like going back to your old school and seeing the Kindergarten classroom. It's so much smaller than I remember!

Congrats on 16 years of growth, TD!!

And thanks, Beertram, for sharing our pics and a little bit of riddle fun :D


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jedibcg wrote: I am patiently awaiting for TD to get home and get the work they need to do done and for Druegar to return to full health to post the all the answers. Really guys I am patiently waiting. I waited till someone else comment on this thread when I wanted to on Sunday...lol.


He's standing in a corn field even now with a pocket full of teal backed arcane recepies wondering why no one else solved it.
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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #827

Picc wrote:

jedibcg wrote: I am patiently awaiting for TD to get home and get the work they need to do done and for Druegar to return to full health to post the all the answers. Really guys I am patiently waiting. I waited till someone else comment on this thread when I wanted to on Sunday...lol.


He's standing in a corn field even now with a pocket full of teal backed arcane recepies wondering why no one else solved it.


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Deciphering the Relic Fragment Riddle 1 year 1 month ago #828

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Picc wrote:

jedibcg wrote: I am patiently awaiting for TD to get home and get the work they need to do done and for Druegar to return to full health to post the all the answers. Really guys I am patiently waiting. I waited till someone else comment on this thread when I wanted to on Sunday...lol.


He's standing in a corn field even now with a pocket full of teal backed arcane recepies wondering why no one else solved it.


That, or if Beertrams riddle was real, he’s standing on a golf course, near where Eagle Creek joins the White River.

(That riddle as not real and that part of Indy is very industrial. Nothing like a golf course)
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