Wikipedia:Wikifun/Answers (Round 1)

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Think you have the correct answer? Post it below and remember to include a timestamp so we know what you placed. Keep an eye out for upcoming questions.

Every task has been completed and the winners are posted below. Keep an eye out for the next round of Wikifun! It looks as though Ravn posted the most correct answers.


The tasks for round 1 can be reviewed here


There can be more than one individual to answer a question, as the first may be wrong. Remember to place your timestamp to ensure your place. When the last task time frame is closed, the winners will be posted in chronological order (that is if their answers are right). The individual with the most correct answers will be contacted and asked to assist in the next task line-up.

Task 1[edit]

Battle of Bunei - Japan, Korea and Mongolia. Jeff schiller 21:52, 2004 Oct 7 (UTC)

Task 2[edit]

I think Klingon is what you're after (see "Writing System" in that article). -- 09:59, 25 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Task 3[edit]

Ten cylinder Engine: Straight-10 --Feminista 23:01, 11 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Task 4[edit]

Janáckova akademie múzických umení is in Brno, Czech Republic Thirdreel 04:21, 16 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Task 5[edit]

Alejandro Toledo, current President of Peru --Chessphoon 18:53, 16 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Task 6[edit]

SunTzu, 6th century BC, which was during the Spring and Autumn Period of the Eastern Zhou Dynasty. -- 10:23, 26 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Task 7[edit]

This task was voided as all answers were incorrect

Task 8[edit]

The story of Vortigern as reported by Nennius is one of the very few glimpses of Druidic survival in Britain after the Roman conquest. from Druidry --Ravn 15:43, 21 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Task 9[edit]

As of 2004 Black & Decker is rated #381 on the Fortune 500 list. It is located in Towson, Maryland -- Ravn 10:06, 22 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Task 10[edit]

Same here. The site Wikipedia:Six degrees of Wikipedia links to it. Trying this site instead, it yields:

But I had to go up in directories until to find the site.

-- Ravn 12:52, 25 Oct 2004 (UTC)