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jstkdn
jstkdn
Well-Connected

Jan-4-2005 18:37

See if there is interest for this.

1. Each day I will post 10 questions, at random times of the day.
2. Each Quiz runs exactly 24 hours.
3. The first person that has all 10 questions right, wins. Or if no one has all questions right, the best one wins.
4. You can only post answers ONCE for the same quiz.
5. No cash involved. Just glory. :)

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Lady Grey
Lady Grey

Jun-18-2005 04:20

Here is a little quiz on games.
1) What is the name of the boardgame which features the financing and construction of railways in France?
2) Where did the Dungeons and Dragons RPG originate from?
3) How much does it cost to purchase Mayfair in the classic English Monopoly set?
4) What is the name of the Italian game features motorsport on a variety of tracks including Silverstone, Imola and San Marino?
5) Which RPG, published by West End Games, is based on an epic movie trilogy?
6) Name the tile placement game featuring competing tribes of cavemen and rivers and forests.
7) Name the German commodity trading game based on a varying map of hexagonal tiles.


Blaise Joshua
Blaise Joshua

Jun-19-2005 04:04

Hmm ... OK ... another chance to once again display my monumental ignorance : o )

1) Don't know.
2) The cartoon? I remember watching it when I was a kid.
3) 400.
4) Scalectrix (probably spelt incorrectly)
5) Star Wars?
6) No idea.
7) Nope. Sorry.

(sigh) Oh well.

Lady Grey
Lady Grey

Jun-19-2005 05:31

Correct Answers:
1) 1826
2) From the Chainmail wargame system.
3) 400 pounds
4) Formula(e) De
5) Star Wars
6) Carcasonne: Hunter Gatherer
7) Die Siedler (Settlers)

Two Correct Blaise.


Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon
Nomad

Sep-21-2005 09:46

1. What New Zealand Director was nominated in 1993 for Best Director and won Best Original Screenplay?
2. Which New Zealander(s) scored the most tries in the Rugby World Cup in 1995?
3. Kia Ora, Ka kite One, Arohanui and Kia Kaha are all Maori words are frequently use, what do they mean?
4. What is the capital city of New Zealand?
5. New Zealand was the first country to give woman the vote in what year?

Moonshh
Moonshh
Well-Connected

Sep-21-2005 13:44

4. Wellington

Umm....I think that's all I can do without Google...

jstkdn
jstkdn
Well-Connected

Sep-21-2005 16:33

OHMYGOD......who dragged this one up.

1. The piano was early 90s???? Jane Campion was I think the writer, not sure about the director part.
2. ?
3. Kia Ora=hello. The rest I don't know.
4. Wellington.
5. ?


Madame Giry
Madame Giry

Sep-21-2005 17:55

I have a quiz:

1. Who has more blue blood: Bush or Kerry?
2. What is the hair on an elephant's but called?
3. What did Quirrel keep in his turban to keep the vampires away?
4. And what is the weirdest dog ever?

Steve Long
Steve Long

Sep-21-2005 18:28

wow i love trivia and I'm sad to say that i only know numbers 3 and 4.
3. Quirrel kept Voldemort in his turban, but the Weasley twins speculated that he kept garlic in there to keep vampires away.
4. that would be my retarded blind jack russell "terror". lol, no idea what the real answer is.

Blaise Joshua
Blaise Joshua

Sep-22-2005 08:00

On yours, Madame Giry, I would say Bush has more blue blood as he's a relation to our dearest Queen Lizzie II. Don't know any more than that.

Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon
Nomad

Sep-22-2005 09:45

1. Jane Campion wrote and directed "The Piano". She did get the Academy for her screen play while Anna Paquin another NZEr, became the second youngest person (Shirly Temple the youngest) to win an Academy for her role in "The Piano."

2. Marc Ellis and Jonah Lomu scored 5 tries each in the 1995 Rugby World Cup.

3. Kia Ora means hello or thank you.
Ka kite ono is goodbye.
Aroha is love while nui is big/lots of/many- arohanui is lots of love.
Kia kaha means be strong and can be used as a goodbye.

4. The capital city of New Zealand is Wellington where there is a Transexual, a Potsmoking Rasta, an openly gay man and a woman as Prime Minister in Parliment.

5. New Zealand was the first country to give woman the vote in 1893.


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