Friday Foxer #174

Every Friday at 1300 hours, Tally-Ho Corner’s cleverest clogs come together to solve a ‘foxer’ handcrafted by my sadistic chum and colleague, Roman. A complete ‘defoxing’ sometimes takes several days and usually involves the little grey cells of many readers.

Every puzzle piece in this jigsaw foxer features an image taken from a Wikipedia page beginning with the letter *REDACTED*. To fully defox the puzzle, supply Roman with a list of all 25 Wikipedia pages.

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Last week’s geofoxer theme: emotions/feelings (defoxed by Colonel_K)

a. amazement or peace (Colonel_K)
b. fury (Froggster)
c. fear (Aergistal)
d. happiness (Viscount)
e. awe (Phlebas)
f. hope (Aergistal)
g. envy (Colonel_K)
h. terror (Viscount)
i. grief (Electric Dragon)
j. ecstasy (Colonel_K)
k. joy (Electric Dragon)
l. trust (Colonel_K)


  1. C3. LONG-TAIL BOAT – as seen in The Man with the Golden Gun

    ETA: D1. LEG SPIN (cricket) – “Mason Crane bowling a leg break during the 2017–18 Ashes series”

    • B1. LIPIZZAN – “Pesade performed during an open-air performance of the South African Lipizzaners from Johannesburg”

      ETA: A5. LION-BAITING – “Lion-bait at Warwick between Wallace and dogs, Tinker and Ball, circa 1827”

      • Thanks for the thoughts, yeah it’s been a tricky year.

        I’m fine but we had to make a lot of good people redundant, we’re trying something smaller this time.

    • E1. LIGHTNING ROD FASHION – “a fad in late eighteenth-century Europe after the lightning rod, invented by Benjamin Franklin, was introduced. Lightning rod hats for ladies and lightning umbrellas for gentlemen were most popular in France, especially in Paris.”

      • One minor recommendation…

        Can you add a new comment for every new answer, as I often refresh and sometimes then solve ones you have solved because they are replies to earlier answers?

        (Sorry to be a pain!)

        It does mean i spam the answers sometimes, but it gives us a nice chronology to it too?

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