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Sir Denewulf - EXTRA Thanks

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  • Jeffnaggie
    I know many of you enjoyed the Norse letterboxing at Foxhunt. That would not have happened if Sir Denewulf Ivarsson wouldn t have written the Skald Riddle
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 24, 2012
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      I know many of you enjoyed the Norse letterboxing at Foxhunt.  That would not have happened if Sir Denewulf Ivarsson wouldn't have written the Skald Riddle Poem.  If you weren't there...here it is in it's entirety.

      Find ye first the
      flying colors, where
      earth and air are
      endlessly tilled;
      found by a fence
      that fends off nothing,
      and there in threes
      these things are found.

      Wary walk and
      watch for danger
      where next you seek
      your second mark;
      from carriage crossing
      count the twenty
      paces sinister to
      sign that points to nothing.

      Find next fire’s rest,
      framed in eight sides,
      embers cold are
      only just a guide;
      strides to count to
      stump are measured
      three and twenty –
      there the marker’s found.

      Five steps up and
      then four steps down
      will find you facing
      a field of battle -
      there warriors run and
      walk seeking home;
      watchers benches
      wield the marker.

      And now the needle
      of Norns seek out:
      treasures stitched are
      trial’s ending;
      Norsewoman show
      your shields of passage
      and claim the might
      of Mjolnir as yours.

       
      Thank you Sir....for helping bring authenticity to our game.
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