Round 7 – Pub quiz – Cloak and Dagger in which……

All of the answers are to do with cloaks, capes, daggers and other such ephemera

Oh to those who have asked – this is one of my rounds, general consensus is that O/H’s rounds are easier. So a score above 7 of this and you are doing very well.

1

What is the name of the cloak that Harry Potter is given by Dumbeldore

2

What are the three swords used in modern fencing?

3

Where would you expect to find a dagger board?

4

What is the name of the traditional religious dress dagger worn by Sikhs?

5

What is the name of the traditional Scottish dress dagger?

6

Who wrote the lyrics in Joseph and the amazing technicoloured dreamcoat?

7

Who says “Is this a dagger which I see before me,
The handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee.”

8

A traditional fairy tale throughout the world, what title do we tend to give to the Italian’s Cappuchetto Rosso and the German Rottkapchen

9

What are the murder weapons in traditional Cluedo?

10

Who was known as the caped crusader, who appeared in DC comics?

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Posted on July 23, 2009, in cloak and dagger, Pub, Quiz. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Alison - Eco Eco

    Can't remember and too tired to think!Epee, sabre, foil and …On a windsurferNot a kukri but I'll plump for thatDirkTim RiceMacbethLittle Red Riding HoodLead pipe, candlestick, rope, revolver, poisonSuperman

  2. And the answers are:1 Cloak of Invisability2 Epee, foil and sabre3 The centre board of a sailing craft4 Kirpan5 Dirk6 Tim Rice7 Macbeth8 Little red riding hood9 Revolver, dagger, lead piping, rope, spanner, candlestick (6)10 Batman

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