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He wears red capes and a silver crown,

Everyone feels jealous when he is around.

Be careful not to anger him in anything you do.

He could have you beheaded, and the queen could drown you, too.

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Aslan and the witch from Narnia

Intresting, but not sure how it fits the last line.

Red capes, silver crown of hair.. beheadings.. is it the Santa from my dream last night? :P

Okay.......umm, no.

that thing they use to be head people (it reminds me of the revolution)

That's not it, but it is important.

maybe, just "Death"

Going off of...

nothing died in the making of this riddle :D

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I think either Maximilien de Robespierre (who used the guillotine a lot and died because of it in 1794) or Napoleon Bonaparte (who also didn't hesitate to use the guillotine). Last one sounds more logical to me. They both weren't kings I believe. Though Napoleon may have been king of Italy, I can't remember that one.

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I think either Maximilien de Robespierre (who used the guillotine a lot and died because of it in 1794) or Napoleon Bonaparte (who also didn't hesitate to use the guillotine). Last one sounds more logical to me. They both weren't kings I believe. Though Napoleon may have been king of Italy, I can't remember that one.

Napoleon wasn't king in Italy, he was general in France. Also, I am not looking for a person.

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Many of the clues (silver crown, beheading, queen could drown you) make me think of a

bottle opener

but I can't make the "red capes" fit, so no rhyming on this guess :(

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Napoleon wasn't king in Italy, he was general in France. Also, I am not looking for a person.

Actually, he was general and later emperor in France, but I believe he was ALSO king of Italy. ;)

Just Wikipedia'd it to check it, and it turns out he was indeed king of Italy, from 17 March 1805 – 11 April 1814 :)

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Many of the clues (silver crown, beheading, queen could drown you) make me think of a

bottle opener

but I can't make the "red capes" fit, so no rhyming on this guess :(

I was thinking of a Swiss Army Knife, but then I can't make the "queen could drown you" fit...

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Many of the clues (silver crown, beheading, queen could drown you) make me think of a

bottle opener

but I can't make the "red capes" fit, so no rhyming on this guess :(

I was thinking of a Swiss Army Knife, but then I can't make the "queen could drown you" fit...

Then maybe it's...

Two guesses barley missed

So now I've finally concluded:

A knife of army Swiss

That comes with corkscrew included :lol:

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He wears red capes and a silver crown,

Everyone feels jealous when he is around.

Be careful not to anger him in anything you do.

He could have you beheaded, and the queen could drown you, too.

"he wears red capes," plural, as you can see. Does this riddle have to do with ships?

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Wow! I thought this was going to be a pretty easy one! Some nice answers, yet none are what I'm looking for.

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