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Hi everyone! I'm not sure if anyone remembers but there used to be a Suikoden II Riddles thread here several years ago.
I quite miss those days when the board was more lively so I thought I'd try revive this thread.
Here is how it works:
1) I'll post the first riddle 2) Everyone can try to guess the answer 3) I'll post whoever got the answer first and then that person will write the next riddle and so forth 4) Anyone can ask for hints if the riddle is too tough
3 things to note:
1) Try to make riddles about something that players will most likely have seen, noticed or heard about. So nothing weird or insanely difficult like a character's shoes, the shape of a door or the patterns on a wall inside a random room. Even a character's weapons might be borderline since not a lot of players would have paid attention to it. 2) I'm sure not everyone will check in on this thread within 24 hours of posting their riddles so please be patient and post accordingly. Try not to post the same answer as previous people so we don't waste posting space. 3) If someone has answered your riddle correctly, feel free to not only post the winner, but reveal the meaning or explain the words/sentences in your riddle.
Some ideas for riddles - characters, enemies, runes, towns, dungeons, items and geography/locations (to a certain extent).
Also, just to make it easy for people to find the actual riddles and to find out who is next, please put a large title like so:
========== RIDDLE #X ==========
========== RIDDLE #X WINNER ==========
So... without further ado, let's begin and have fun!
========== RIDDLE #1 ==========
North lies the past filled with suffering, betrayal and loss. East lies intelligence, speed and the path to a hidden secret. South lies reunions and a surprising death. West lies the future filled with happiness, hope and growth.
What am I?
"What's the difference between failing with a D and failing with an F?" "Maybe an F is when you fail with flying colours."