Discussion in 'General Books' started by Nox, May 16, 2008.
This is a guess, but Rincewind, if it isn't I'll have to have a read.
Nope, not Rincewind. This is probably my favourite quote but no one ever remembers who it's about.
I can think of a few candidates, but just continually geussing is rude so I will have to have a read through some of the books, is it a Rincewind book?(if so I know who wanted it)
Nope, not a Rincewind book.
Nope, not Nobby
Ok, I know I said I wouldn't but this is my last guess (I am reading about 4 books at the moment, and doubt it is any of them)
Hint: It's from a Witches book and it's said by a minor character, albeit one who occasionally reappears.
Ahahahahahahahahaha, I was right, wrong series, and I know which one you mean too, I just need to get the name, and luckily I have the exact book, now just to find it...........
I think you may just have the right book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It was Goatberger, the publisher.
Sorry mate, couldn't find the book, but I was wrong in any event thought it was one of the pictsies
No worries, who wants to go next?
I'll give it a shot. Who was the creator of all according to the dwarves and what was the first thing he wrote? (hint: It's not IR)
Wasn't it something like the creator, or the maker?
And I think the first word was "oooops"? I think......
This is from Thud! right?
For some reason Grul comes to mind but that's probably wrong.
He wrote the heavens and the earth, then an egg? The egg hatched and the first stood under the rock and was the right size, the first Dwarf, the second stood under the heavens and grew too tall, the first human?
Later addition: The egg shell became conscious and was the first Troll.
That's the gist of it but the specifics elude me for the moment.
That's the gist of the story but the name is wrong and You did not mention what the first thing he wrote was.
The first thing Tak did, he wrote himself.
The second thing Tak did, he wrote the Laws.
The third thing Tak did, he wrote World.
The fourth thing Tak did, he wrote a cave.
The fifth thing Tak did, he wrote a geode, an egg of stone.
That answering the previous on, here is mine:
What are the three variations of veni, vidi, vici?
Are they all in one book?
In Jingo Vimes does: Veni, vermini, vomui : I came, I got ratted, I threw up and Visti, veneri, vamoosi : I visited, I got the clap, I legged it.
Apart I can think of are "I can see your house from here" by General Tacticus or his book 'Veni, vidi, vici'.
Separate names with a comma.