Riddle 1: What am I?
My home is dark caves where colour lacks,
Distant sounds and slight odours are where I come back.
I am found in the hearts of all cowardly Men.
I will make you fall down and damage your chin.
You glance at Runed Door and faint dead away.
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Riddle 2: WHAT AM I?
Listening to me will bring visions to mind,
Of dragons and castles and kingdoms declined.
Am I fact or just fancy?
It is up for debate.
But one thing is for certain: I am unlikely sedate.
You tell a story to Runed Door.
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Riddle 3: What am I?
I am the word that all men dread most,
For when said by a woman, to their frieds they shant boast
You indicate 'no' to Runed Door.
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Riddle 4: WHAT AM I?
A meaningless montage of muttering mum,
Close vour mouth to speak, and out I shall come.
You mumble at Runed Door.
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Riddle 5: WHAT AM I?
On a face, I say much, without even Speaking,
I am useful for searching and watching and seeking.
Use me well, and there is naught you will not find,
Do not use me at all, and alas, you are just blind.
You look at Runed Door.
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Riddle 6: WHAT AM I?
I am the black child of a white father,
A wingless bird flying to heaven.
I birth tears of sorrow in pupils that meet me,
And at once on my birth, I vanish like a spark.
You begin to smoke with Runed Door.
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Riddle 7: WHAT AM I?
Some do me to be social, still others for fun.
I am not just the action, but the object as well.
I make your feet sore, but still do you stomp me.
Only that which can stop me is the sound of the bell.
You begin dancing with Runed Door.
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Riddle 8: What am I?
In people, I am scorned,
In structures,I am feared.
In sounds, I am harsh.
But in strength, I am king.
You gesture rudely at Runed Door.
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Riddle 9: WHAT AM I?
I make you weak at the worst of all times.
I keep you safe, I keep you fine.
I make your hands sweat and your heart grow cold.
I visit the weak, but seldom the bold.
You cower in fear before Runed Door!
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Riddle 10: WHAT AM I?
Use me on your belly, then follow by toasting,
Use me on your back, and clearly you are boasting.
You pat Runed Door on the head.
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Riddle 11: WHAT AM I?
A biting insult can be defended,
By a simple gesture of indifference.
You shrug at Runed Door.
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Riddle 12: WHAT AM I?
My colour is white, my hope all but vanished.
Let those that see spare me, or perhaps just banished.
You surrender to Runed Door!
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Riddle 13: WHAT AM I?
I am a mirror of the truth.
I am used for ridicule and derisiveness.
I am a fake, a charlatan.
But I can also be constructive.
You mock Runed Door.
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Riddle 14: WHAT SHALL YOU DO?
Only the penitent man shall pass.
You kneel before Runed Door.
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Riddle 15: What am I?
I come bearing news of impending disaster.
No one is immune to my heart cloaking plaster.
I destroy lives both great and small.
When I overcome you, I fear you may bawl.
You become sad with Runed Door.
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Riddle 16: WhAT AM I?
I am the ocean during a terrible storm.
I gain strength from fights and heated words.
My greatest enemy is calm.
You are angry with Runed Door.
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Riddle 17: WHAT AM I?
I say much have no mouth,
Bringing words of hatred or love to those that I meet.
Children are scolded for letting me take hold,
But all shall succumb whether young or old.
You give Runed Door a good, hard stare.
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Riddle 18: WHAT AM I?
I am heard in battles of all shapes and sizes.
I emerge from all things who dislike surprises.
Children all over` use me as a tool,
To get what they want, make their parents the fool.
You begin to cry.
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Riddle 19: WHAT AM I?
Through tears and through pain, they utter my name,
Whether through anger or sadness or unbearable shame.
You apologise to Runed Door.
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Riddle 20: What am I?
No matter how much you feel me, do not show me,
Because when someone else sees me,
Their slowness will not accept me.
You look at Runed Door impatiently.
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Riddle 21: What am I?
Once you say my name,
You will not see me
Until we meet again.
You wave goodbye to Runed Door.
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Riddle 22: What am I?
Four brothers live peacefully together as one,
Two of them swinging, while two of them run,
If their roles were to switch, what chaos ensues,
For those on the ground now have no shoes.
You perform a handstand for Runed Door.
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Riddle 23: WHAT AM I?
I am spoken of often, but never directly.
Simply speaking my name shows your gratitude correctly
You thank Runed Door heartily for his help!
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Riddle 24: WHAT AM I?
I am the sound of happy birds.
If you wish to hear me,
Simply put your lips together...
You whistle at Runed Door. Hey there.
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Riddle 25: What am I?
Two milky-white fields on either side of a mountain
Suddenly turn red as if fueled by a fountain.
You blush when you glance at Runed Door.
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Riddle 26: What am I?
I am a casual word with the purpose of play,
Men use me, abuse me, then throw me away,
A woman may blush at the feel of my touch,
But I am just words. Do not think of me much.
You flirt with Runed Door.
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Riddle 27: WHAT AM I?
Hotter than dragon's fire am I,
Yet colder than the winds of the north.
The poor man has much of me
The rich man wants for me,
And those who dine on me must die.
You don't do anything to Runed Door.
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Riddle 28: What am I?
I am the place that all refer to, but none may head,
For when you have passed inside me, you are already dead.
You go AFK.
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Riddle 29: WHAT AM I?
I arn the tool of poor and the hungry alike,
But those that are asked are sure to dislike.
You beg Runed Door for help.
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Riddle 30: What am I?
A terrible mass of pain you must swallow.
When diplomacy fails, tis I who will follow
You are ready to fight Runed Door.
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Riddle 31: WHAT AM I?
An affectionate feeling I always do bring,
For when you feel me, to me you will cling.
You give Runed Door a big hug.
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Riddle 32: WHAT AM I?
When I take hold, men may dream or stamp their feet,
Women may laugh or sometimes weep.
You sing to Runed Door.
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Riddle 33: What am I?
I overcome you like a terrible drought,
A shroud that covers you inside and out.~
You show me to friends as they come to be fed,
But the one I am meant for is already dead.
You mourn the fate of Runed Door.
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Riddle 34: WHAT AM I?
Always a helping hand am I,
Use me and aid your greatest ally.
You decide to assist Runed Door.
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Riddle 35: WHAT AM I?
I corrupt your thoughts, your manners and actions.
When I take hold of people, they are assured a reaction.
You may think me anxious or odd or insane,
And in fact I am all and cannot exPlain.
You indicate that Runed Door may be crazy.
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Riddle 36: What Did he forget?
Forgetful Francis Foresby was tired as can be,
But alas he had forgotten what to do next,
He marched off to bed and began counting sheep,
But what must he do before he can Sleep?
You lie down next to Runed Door.
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Riddle 37: WHAT AM I?
I am an expression of mirth and of merriment and pleasure,
I can be shared with others, or alone at your leisure.
Should you use me with others, I have only one plea:
Please use me with them, not at them you see.
You laugh at Runed Door.
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Riddle 38: WHAT AM l?
I am in the middle
Of every great riddle
When the one being riddled
Would rather be fiddled.
You yawn at Runed Door in boredom.
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Riddle 39: What am I?
I hatch eggs, look after of children,
Never moving, Always still.
You sit with Runed Door.
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Riddle 40: WHAT AM I?
I weaken all men for hours each day
. I show you strange visions while you are away.
I take you by night, by day take you back,
None suffer to have me, but do from my lack.
Runed Door has made you sleepy.
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Riddle 41: WHAT AM I?
Thirty white horses on a red hill,
First they charnp,
Then they stamp,
Then they stand still.
You have a little bite to eat.
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Riddle 42: What am I?
I measure in time, but also in tension,
I am the last bit of track before your ascension.
You make sure Runed Door notices you're stretching. You are ready for some adventure!
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Riddle 43: What am I?
I am a tool of deadly precision,
As well of a ribbon of looping division,
1 am part of a ship, but that is not all
Bend over to spy me, but please do not fall.
You bow deeply before Runed Door.
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Riddle 44: WHAT AM I?
I am an opinion that spreads across boundaries,
An undulating current,
An army marching towards its aim.
I am hot or sometimes cold,
A signal delivered by hand.
You wave to Runed Door.
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Riddle 45: WHAT AM I?
I travel inside of a bitter wind,
Make my way down your spine
and demand that you bend.
You look at Runed Door and shiver.
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Riddle 46: WHAT AM I?
I betray the thoughts of women and men,
Their yearning and sorrow sounding time and again.
You sigh at Runed Door.
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Riddle 47: WHAT AM I?
Two workers live separately,
But sometimes do meet.
When they meet quickly,
A great sound they excrete.
You clap for Runed Door.
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Riddle 48: WHAT AM I?
I am required for every good painting,
But I may only be a wolf in sheep's clothing.
You pose before Runed Door.
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Riddle 49: WHAT AM I?
Do it to my belly and watch me chuckle,
Do it to my eye and taste my knuckle.
You poke Runed Door. Hey!
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Riddle 50: What am I?
An unwelcome guest, from your mouth I will be seeping,
I may sneak out at night while you are happily sleeping.
You drool a little at Runed Door.
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Riddle 51: WHAT AM I?
When one makes preparations, I am always what they seek,
If one does not have me, they will surely be weak.
You indicate to Runed Door that you are ready.
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Riddle 52: WHAT AM I?
When found in the ocean, I am a sailor's best friend.
When found in a man, he be one to befriend.
You may think me grand no matter my wallow,
But be I in sky, a storm might then follow.
You try to calm Runed Door down.
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Riddle 53: What am I?
Total submission is what I require,
Say my name and you shall have your peace.
You agree with Runed Door.
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Riddle 54: WHAT AM I?
I am a respectful act in certain situations,
Formally executed before important operations.
A soldier's greatest honour am I,
With no greater use than the day that he dies.
You give Runed Door a quick salute.
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Riddle 55: What am I?
I bring great joy to all whom I meet,
And the happier they are,
The more I will repeat.
You cheer at Runed Door.
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Riddle 56: What am I?
Use me on yourself and you are acting rudely,
Use me on others, and you are being choosy.
You pick an uncomfortable wedgie.
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Riddle 57: What am I?
I am a duty entrusted,
Or a currency demanded,
An accusation of guilt,
Or a rushing blow landed.
You start to charge Runed Door.
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Riddle 58: What am I?
The only thing that can match my piercing sound,
Is the feeling of my terrible blow.
You slap Runed Door on the cheek.
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Riddle 59: What am I?
A terrible of force of nature am I,
Flowing and soaking all I pass by,
If I get cool, I may start to waver,
But even in death I leave you my flavour.
Runed Door causes you to sweat a bit.
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Riddle 60: What am I?
I kill men every day in their homes,
But all Men require me to live,
I am small enough to fit in a glass,
Yet large enough to drown you.
You drink to Runed Door's health.
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Riddle 61: What am I?
Two brothers live in two houses
On opposite sides of the hill.
One brother shuts then opens his blinds,
While the other brother stays still.
You wink at Runed Door. Let him wonder...
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Riddle 62: WHAT AM I?
I am the sound that many are releasing,
Ever loud, never ceasing.
Made by Man and nature alike,
My sound warns all of an impending strike.
You ROAR at Runed Door!
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Riddle 63: WHAT AM l?
To the ears, I sound like a constant grating.
To the eyes, I appear as a simple scrawl.
Your skin desires me,
All things start from me.
You scratch uncomfortably.
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Riddle 64: What am I?
A sparkling gem falls forth from the watchtower,
When it reaches the ground, for an instant it is a flower.
You shed a single tear for Runed Door.
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Riddle 65: What am I?
An unapreciative gesture am I,
With my yelling and pointing, you are liable to cry.
You scold Runed Door.
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Riddle 66: What am I?
Sleep is the thing to which I must succumb,
Open your mouth, and out I come.
You yawn at Runed Door.
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Riddle 67: WHAT AM I?
I am shared by many.
Sometimes I am up.
Sometimes I am down.
Sometimes I am over.
Sometimes I am out.
Sometimes I am at you,
Or behind your back,
And often I am cheap.
You talk with Runed Door.
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Riddle 68: WHAT AM I?
Once I am uttered, I demand you an answer.
Be it 'yes', may you lose, and your soul be devoured,
Be it 'no', best you run! You are surely a coward.
You challenge Runed Door to personal battle!
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Riddle 69: WHAT AM I?
If you do me to others, you are being a pain.
If done to yourself, you should not complain.
You try to bother Runed Door.
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Riddle 70: WHAT AM I?
Up and down, I carry my host.
My number of times shall be what he boasts.
You drop and start pushing.
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Riddle 71: WHAT AM l?
A girl is taught to use me from youth,
When meeting a man, to refuse is uncouth.
You give Runed Door a polite curtsey.
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Riddle 72: WHAT AM l?
Where I go, often illness will follow me,
Simply open your mouth and try not to swallow me.
You give Runed Door a polite cough.
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Riddle 73: WHAT AM l?
I show the way when directions prove confusing,
keep track of the winner and who is losing.
I am the business end of a sharpened knife.
Men seek my existence in their daily life.
You point at Runed Door.
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Riddle 74: WHAT AM l?
I am an action of luck if used on a coin.
I am sudden and jerky and seldom adjoin.
A man may perforrn me if he be athletic,
But if he were to fall, I shall not be sympathetic.
You perform a flip!
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Riddle 75: WHAT AM I?
I am the moment that never comes,
Idle time wasted.
When my time has elapsed, I cease to exist.
You ask Runed Door to wait.
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Riddle 76: WHAT AM I?
I am that gesture which
Can silently summon you
To my master's side.
You beckon to Runed Door.
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Riddle 77: WHAT AM I?
A simple word to say am I,
Without me, kiss yourself good-bye.
You agree with Runed Door.
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Riddle 78: WHAT AM I?
A rumbling growl if ever I was,
I don't want to be here, and that is my cause.
If you were to hear me, though my sound be not quaint,
You have nothing to fear, 'tis my master's complaint.
You grumble at Runed Door.
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Riddle 79: WHAT AM I?
I am just two and two. I am hot. I am cold.
I am the parent of numbers that cannot be told.
I am a gift beyond measure, a matter of course,
And I am yielded with pleasureó then taken by force.
You kiss Runed Door.
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Riddle 80: WHAT AM I?
You are using me always day in and day out.
Sometimes for better.
Sometimes for fitness.
Or even for nothing.
You think about Runed Door.
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Riddle 81: WHAT AM I?
A cheerful salute or an icy shower be I,
If you shout my name out, thy friends shall not say bye.
You hail Runed Door.
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Riddle 82: WHAT AM I?
I am a child and a simpleton at once.
All Men are born with me,
But few possess me at their death.
You let Runed Door know you are innocent.
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Riddle 83: WHAT AM I?
Five pointers make I,
Of all different sizes,
When they all come together,
A weapon it comprises.
You shake your fist angrily at Runed Door!
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