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Foot and leg. Toenails are cut, the leg towers, and tendons connect to "balconies" of projecting bone.

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Not a I'm not a plasmid riddle? Cool. Probably more thinking to be done but a

an engagement ring?

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Still of the "I'm not a" variety, just posted in a way to not be searchable in case JBBSen wanted to use it... I'll go back and edit it at some point and post it in text rather than jpg. But written a little too quickly, the "I" in the second line actually shouldn't be written that way because the riddle isn't asking for that thing's identity, it's asking about the entire scene.

Not an engagement ring, I don't envision a pair of balconies with that answer.

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A construction site with a crane. Or at least the ones in Looney Tunes. I've never really quite seen it that way in real life. . .

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Nice tries, but we're not there yet. A bit of direction for the efforts: the next to last line is a fairly specific clue.

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Issue on my computer with spoilers, so here is my guess:
If you don't want to see it, ignore this and do not continue reading.


Edit: typo

Okay, here goes:


Short people on a high wire or trapeze?
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Faces, songs, guitars/violins/etc.

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Not any unusual scene like that, something more everyday that just requires specific creative interpretations of the clues to explain. Neither a face, nor a song, nor an instrument; it's certainly something that most people would think of as having a bridge, although "bridge" might not be the first descriptor that comes to mind.

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I have an idea about what it is but my spoilers are also having issues, so don't scroll down if you don't want to see it.

Is it someone's face? (dwarves are teeth, bridge is nose, balconies are ears/eyes and rope is hair)

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On the right track, but those dwarves lack a helm that you would hew yet not deliver.

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a web?

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A web among the tree branches could fit most of the clues. But I have something in mind that always (for all practical purposes) has multiple dwarven guardians with helms that need hewing.

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[spoiler=i'm still at it]clothesline?

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zzzzzzzzipper

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Neither of those. The clue about helms that are hewn but not delivered is an important one referring to something that's simply cut where it is on the dwarves.

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Foot and leg. Toenails are cut, the leg towers, and tendons connect to "balconies" of projecting bone.

Well solved, Witch, and nice to see you back.

For what it's worth, the frail rope from an ancient fight is reference to Achilles' heel/tendon

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