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This is a riddle, for which you need not pay.

There is no price, I’m giving it away.

Take out your broadsword, and fight with me,

And I will waive your riddle fee.

Work for me, on your own,

And, I just may pay you some bones.

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waah, I don't get this

Well, it's just like all my other riddles of recent. No hints on this one, yet.

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night (or knight)

Yes it a two word riddle and that's not one of them

Actually, more correctly, it's a compound word. one word, made of two.

Edited by lotus

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My fingers have been worked to the bone

I'm through with toiling for tyrants

Better off doing it on my own

And setting out to go "freelance"

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My fingers have been worked to the bone

I'm through with toiling for tyrants

Better off doing it on my own

And setting out to go "freelance"

Plasmid, you are so cool. When you answer a riddle, you make sure it is right. This is correct. YAY

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Plasmid, you are so cool. When you answer a riddle, you make sure it is right. This is correct. YAY

I like this way of using this word.

Please correct me if I am wrong:

Free reffers to the fact that the riddles aren't paid for,

Lance describes the fighting for a riddle.

I like this.

Plasmid, you have got style!

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I like this way of using this word.

Please correct me if I am wrong:

Free reffers to the fact that the riddles aren't paid for,

Lance describes the fighting for a riddle.

I like this.

Plasmid, you have got style!

this is exactly right and the last two lines describe what the answer is.

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