Answer from: VincentGold and silver card huh? Gold card is at the backyard ladder. Go up. You will see a table with the gold card. This is in 4.2.1 version. Silver card? Well I was playing a game of dark riddle,shocked him with the shock gun and the silver card just came out. Maybe it is in his pocket because it's very special.
We see a campfire burning. Then a teenage boy tells the viewers that their group is called: The Midnight Society. The leader Gary explains that separately they are very different. They all like different things, and they all go to different schools and they have different friends. The one thing that draws them all together is the dark. Each week they gather around the campfire to share their fears and their strange and scary tales. It was got them together, and it is what keeps bringing them back. Gary gives a warning to all who join them: You're going to leave the comfort of the light, and step into the super natural.
Later on, it is now nighttime, and it is now getting dark and cold. We see the boys are still lost. Denny is mad so he pushes his brother. The he asks him if he even knows how to use the compass. Buzz says that they have been going south for hours. So they should have been in town by now. Then seeing the way he holds the compass, Denny makes him realize he has been pointing it all day near his belt buckle (His belt buckle has iron in it. Since that is magnetic it throws his compass of course). So now they really are lost and Denny blames it all on him, calling him worthless. Buzz complains crying that he knows the area. He claims they must be close to town. So they move on forward.
Then strangely enough it is just a simple man named Flynn. He seems to have just appeared from nowhere. He says that he is a traveler, who knows the woods. Since he can see how cold they are, he leads them to the home of someone who may help them. They ask Flynn why he cannot just tell them the way back. He says it would be too far, and they would never find their way in the dark. They ask him who he is taking them to. He says to a good doctor. Then he asks them out of interest, if they are any good at solving riddles.
They can see that he is loony and odd. So Denny says he is a nut bag. Dr. Vink says that he will allow them to phone their parents on the condition that they can solve his riddles. Then he tells them that he is NOT a nut bag. Buzz says he is good at riddles so he takes on the challenge. First Dr. Vink asks the riddle: "How far can you go in the woods?". Buzz has the correct answer: halfway. Since afterwards you would be out of the woods. Denny is fed up and just wants to use the phone. Dr. Vink threatens to cut the phone cord, if they do not continue. So they continue, next Dr. Vink asks them another riddle that stumps both of them: "What's weightless, can be seen by the naked eye, and if put in a barrel, will make it lighter?".
The story is interrupted by Eric complaining that you cannot put a riddle in a story, that cannot be solved, Betty Ann says that perhaps it can be answered. Kiki says that it sounds like a riddle that just cannot be solved. Kristen complains that it is a cheat. Gary disagrees saying that perhaps it can be solved. Frank gets annoyed and rudely tells them all to lighten up and let him finish the story. So they quiet down to let him continue.
The boys run back into the woods, and surely enough they find the cab in the middle of nowhere. They get in the back seats saying their parents will pay their fare. It turns out that Flynn is the driver, who says he had a feeling he would be seeing them again. Also now he looks like the walking dead. He reveals to them Dr. Vink's plot: 40 years ago, he gave the scientist a ride up to his cabin. Then he promised him a big tip if he could solve a riddle. He couldn't solve it, but he luckily got off easy, by giving the doctor a specimen. He shocks the boys to reveal that he was the one who gave Dr. Vink that preserved hand as a specimen. Realizing the year and the age differences between he and Dr. Vink, Denny complains that he would be much older than he appears to be.
Buzz now realizes that those bushes were ghosts, who were trying to warn them. Then Flynn tells them that they still have time to solve the riddle, before they crash. The boys panic trying to unlock their doors to get out, but the doors are jammed. So Denny and Buzz desperately try to solve the riddle. First Denny suggests that helium could make the barrel lighter. But Buzz disagrees. Since you cannot see Helium. Denny gets frustrated and puts Buzz under pressure shaking him. But he cannot think that way.
They brace themselves as the cab is about to crash. Then suddenly their outside safe and sound and the cab has disappeared. It would seem that Buzz did have the right answer, and he blurted it just in the nick of time. Denny compliments him on a job well done. Then suddenly they see another flashlight. They panic for a moment thinking it is Flynn again. Then are relieved to see it is a real Forest Ranger, who has been sent to rescue them. He tells the boys that everyone has been looking for them. So they get into his vehicle to go home. Then the Ranger asks them what they have been up to. Buzz just smiles asking the Ranger if he is any good at riddles.
What the riddle translates to is to light the guard to the right of the archway, then to the left of the archway, then the far right, and finally the far left. When you light them in that order, the door opens up and Keira can grab the magic lamp. Leave the room and head out of the elvish ruins altogether.
Alan Lee's portrayal of the riddle gameRiddles in the Dark (chapter)Chapter InformationNumber5LocationGoblin-townDateJuly 10 - 12, TA 2941CharactersBilbo Baggins, GollumPreviousOver Hill and Under HillNextOut Of The Frying-Pan Into The FireRiddles in the Dark is the fifth chapter of J.R.R Tolkien's The Hobbit. This chapter of The Hobbit holds the most importance to The Lord of the Rings as it deals with Bilbo's finding of the One Ring and the introduction of Gollum. This chapter had been heavily edited by Tolkien to bring it closer in line with the plot of The Lord of the Rings.
Bilbo recovers from his fall and finds himself in a dark passage, finds a gold ring on the ground, and pockets it. Soon he comes across the creature Gollum. The two soon get engaged in an exchange of riddles.
Bilbo is spotted by Gollum, a strange creature who lives alone on an island in the middle of the lake, which he navigates in a small boat. Gollum is a small, slimy, dark creature with pale eyes who eats Goblins and fish, named for the sound he makes when he swallows. Because he lives alone, Gollum is in the habit of speaking to himself in a hissing baby-talk, calling himself "my precious." Trying to assess Bilbo, he engages him in a game of riddles, at which Bilbo proves his equal.
In the first edition of The Hobbit, Gollum bets his Ring on the riddle game and if Bilbo wins, the Ring will be presented as a present. After losing, Gollum seeks for the Ring, but cannot find it. He begs for Bilbo's pardon and shows him the way out.
In The Lord of the Rings, the original version of the riddle game is explained as a "lie" made up by Bilbo under the harmful influence of the Ring, whereas the revised version contains the "true" account.
Riddles are a great way to keep your mind active and work on your problem-solving skills. Not everyone, however, cares what's black and white and read all over. Plenty of dark, twisted riddles with unsettling solutions are perfect for goths or anyone with a somewhat morbid sense of humor. Whether more difficult than the average animal riddle, or creepier than even the most surprising detective riddle, these dark riddles are not fun for the whole family. 2b1af7f3a8