I am participating in a scavenger hunt of sorts. I need help with a puzzle that appears to be elvish.

Jasmine Juvenal #324

I can send someone a .png of the message if they would be willing to help. Many thanks in advance if you can, if not thanks for at least reading this.

2018-07-28T17:36:07+00:00
Aldaleon #326

I responded to you on Twitter.

2018-07-28T20:41:37+00:00
Becca Schattner Leipzig #327

I am also looking for the same thing... if anyone can help me or share...

2018-07-28T20:50:39+00:00
SPECTACULACULAR !! #328

Hi, I am also looking for a translation of the same text if you could help me out that would be great here's the link

imgur.com

please

help me obi wan kenobi You're my only hope

2018-07-28T23:03:13+00:00
Aldaleon #329

Hi everyone,

Let me begin by making it clear that this is not elvish. Yes, it is written with elvish characters (tengwar), but the author does not understand how to combine these letters (tengwa and tehta) into intelligible sentences.

Fortunately, a group of linguists were able to piece together the message by reverse engineering the author's mistakes. For what it is worth, this is what they found:

Image, my precious is ready to pop the question! Bilbo, Gandalf, or another Lord of the Rings character in a jewelry shop, ring shopping. Bonus for a believable Gollum.

If you want to learn how to write Sindarin, Quenya, English or even Swedish with elvish characters, Mellonath Daeron has a wonderful set of tengwar primers for beginners. They even have a primer for dwarvish runes.

Márienna!

Aldaleon

2018-07-28T23:30:14+00:00
Lisa LaBerge #330

Thank you! I'm also in the scavenger hunt and my fumbling translation was going slowly.

2018-07-28T23:43:56+00:00
SPECTACULACULAR !! #331

thank you so much!

2018-07-28T23:58:03+00:00
Jasmine Juvenal #332

Thank yo so much!

2018-07-29T00:02:03+00:00
Marilyse Bouvier #333

Thank you!!

2018-07-29T17:21:03+00:00