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post #21 of 2096
A werewolf?
post #22 of 2096
Thread Starter 
11. A werewolf? no, but a good guess.
post #23 of 2096
is it a dementor?
post #24 of 2096
Thread Starter 
12. is it a dementor? no

I feel like I've totally messed this up.
post #25 of 2096
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cate View Post
HINT: This individual is a member of a species that Deloris Umbridge might (though she did not do so directly in the books) refer to as being of 'near human intelligence'.
I thought maybe you meant kneazles, like Crookshanks but then you gave that hint.

That's what she called centaurs, but someone else already guessed that and you said no, so now I'm confused.

Is it a specific centaur? As in Firenze?
post #26 of 2096
a mermaid
post #27 of 2096
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Is it a specific centaur? no As in Firenze? Since I've needlessly confused people, I'm not going to count this one, but instead give another hint, hopefully a better one... Think service industry.

13. a mermaid ? no


and I'm going to make a suggestion... something I originally meant, but neglected to state outright (since my husband informs me this games is sometimes played as vegetable/animal/mineral, though I've never done so, and thus was taken off guard by the first question), which is to play it as person, place or thing ...
and having gained this experience, expand the definition of person I originally proposed to include such things that have 'near human intelligence' like giants, centaurs, house elves, mermaids, were wolves, etc...
post #28 of 2096
Is it Dobby?

For what it's worth, I think 'animal or vegetable, mineral' is not helpful, and I prefer 'person, place or thing'.

We had this problem in the LotR 20 questions thread. How to define those 'persons' who aren't humans but aren't obviously animals.
post #29 of 2096
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Is it Dobby? YES! :

Oye, I'm kinda relieved my turn is over I think I like guessing better

I'm off to amend the original post to include members of species that have 'near human intelligence'.
post #30 of 2096
I guessed right?? [falls off chair]




Hmmmm. OK, go!
post #31 of 2096
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Is it a person?
post #32 of 2096
Is it a place?
post #33 of 2096
thing?.. just to cover all the bases
post #34 of 2096
1. Is it a person? No
2. Is it a place? No
3. Is it a thing? Yes!
post #35 of 2096
is it a item belonging to an individual(such as Harrys broom) or to people as a whole (such as wands)
post #36 of 2096
Oh whee! I must admit, I was starting to get a bit bored with the LOTR 20Q thread... it just wore out the novelty for me I guess. This is great!

Okay, it's a thing... Does it appear in the first book?
post #37 of 2096
is it enchanted in some way? (sneakascope, invisibility cloak etc
post #38 of 2096
Quote:
Originally Posted by Onemagicmummy View Post
is it a item belonging to an individual(such as Harrys broom) or to people as a whole (such as wands)
That's two questions! Plus, dont' both brooms and wands belong in both categories, individuals and people as a whole? Most wizards have wands, many wizards have brooms.

4. Does it appear in the first book? Nope!

5. Is it enchanted in some way? Yes.
post #39 of 2096
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Does it belong to Harry?
post #40 of 2096
1. Is it a person? No
2. Is it a place? No
3. Is it a thing? Yes!
4. Does it appear in the first book? Nope!
5. Is it enchanted in some way? Yes.


6. Does it belong to Harry? Nope.
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