Calling all Master Riddler Dopers......

I have a desperate situation here. For a birthday activity I am sending a friend around our fair hamlet to pick up clues that will lead him to further destinations. The final riddle will take him to a restaurant for a birthday dinner. I have already done several riddles and cryptograms but at this point I am completely stumped for anymore. Unfortunately there are four more locations for him to get to and no riddles to be had in my overworked brain. Can anyone help me?

Here are the places we are missing riddles for…

  1. “Naughty but Nice” — a local adult novelty store

  2. “Lost World of Wonders” ---- a hobby shop for gaming and role-playing CCG’s and stuff

  3. “Potowatomi Bingo and Casino”

  4. “Mitchell Park Domes” — an arboretum that has three domes that have different climates and different plants in them

  5. “The Safe House” — a tavern/restaurant that is Spy themed… it has a secret entrance and a whole mission impossible thing going for it…

I know this is rough for people that don’t know the area, but I thought I would try. He is quite the puzzle master, so anything too easy would be a cakewalk. I am afraid my wits don’t match his, so any help would be appreciated!


Can you give us an example of one of the riddles you devised and the corresponding answer, so we know what you’re looking for? Are you looking for riddles of the type
“What is greater than God, more evil than Satan, poor people have it, rich people need it, if you eat it you will die?” (Answer: nothing.)

How about: “What rhymes with Motowatomi and has the loosest slots in town?”

How about for number 3:

There was a Native American farmer who had a dog and liked clams broiled with herb butter, green peppers, shallots, bacon, worcestershire sauce, tabasco, salt, black pepper and lemon juice.

This assumes that there is only one tribal bingo/casino place in town…

Four more locations, eh? I’ll give you a clue for no. 5, if that is the real number.

“We’re not going to bet the bank on it, but if you’re into Bondage, this might be your temporary hideout.”
(This might work for #1 as well if you uncapitalize the B :wink: )
If the whole “bank” angle gives it away, just use the “If you’re into Bondage” part.

Number 2: “Where one’s character is put to the test, and your life can depend on a single roll of the dice.”
(if it’s the only rpg shop around… And if he goes to the casino by mistake, that’s a location too! :stuck_out_tongue: )