# Duels Of Good And Evil, A Fighter Of Good Am I, Revealed Beside Watched Words, King Of The Black Night Sky. What Am I? Riddle Answer Here

Updated: Oct 13,2020 06:12 GMT

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## What is Duels of good and evil, A fighter of good am I, Revealed beside watched words, King of the black night sky. What am I? Riddle?

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"Duels of good and evil, A fighter of good am I, Revealed beside watched words, King of the black night sky. What am I?"

## What is the answer to Duels of good and evil, A fighter of good am I, Revealed beside watched words, King of the black night sky. What am I? Riddle?

The answer to the Riddle is "Dark"

## Explanation:

The Explanation to Duels of good and evil, A fighter of good am I, Revealed beside watched words, King of the black night sky. What am I? Riddle is that dark is the devoid of or deficient in light or brightness which is a fighter of good and is the king of black night sky.

### Duels of good and evil, A fighter of good am I, Revealed beside watched words, King of the black night sky. What am I? Riddle - FAQ's

1. How many flowers do I have if all of them are roses except two, all of them are tulips except two, and all of them are daisies except two?

There are 2 solutions:
Three flowers: rose, tulip, daisy.
Two flowers: carnation, geranium.

2. How many times can you subtract the number 2 from the number 32?

Once. After you subtract 2 from 32, you subtract 2 from 30, from 28, and so on.

3. Why is it better for manhole covers to be round rather than square?

You can turn a square manhole cover sideways and drop it down the diagonal of the manhole. You cannot drop a round manhole cover down the manhole. Therefore, round manhole covers are safer and more practical than square ones.

4. A traveler arrives in a small town and decides he wants to get a haircut. There are only two barbershops in town - one on East Street and one on West Street. The East Street barbershop is a mess, and the barber has the worst haircut the traveler has ever seen. The West Street barbershop is neat and clean, its barber's hair looks as good as a movie star's. Which barbershop does the traveler go to for his haircut, and why?

The traveler goes to have his hair cut at the barbershop on East Street. He figures that since there are only two barbershops in town the East Street barber must have his hair cut by the West Street barber and vice versa. So if the traveler wants to look as good as the West Street barber (the one with the good haircut), he'd better go to the man who cuts the West Street barber's hair - the East Street barber.
By the way, the reason the West Street barbershop is so clean and neat is that it seldom gets customers.

5. This is a story about three people (A, B a C) crossing a desert. A hated C and decided to kill him - he poisoned the water in his sack (only C had water). B also wanted to kill C (not knowing that the water of C had been already poisoned) and so B made a hole into the sack of C and the water spilt out. A few days later C died of thirst. Who was the murderer - A or B?

Well, this is a hard one. In my opinion, there is no clear solution. Each point of view is correct, somehow. Most of the people would say that A is the murderer. Solicitor of B would stress 2 things:
1. to take away poisoned water from someone does not mean killing him,
2. B just made C live longer, even if he did not mean to (the poison might have killed C earlier).
However, solicitor of A could present the following argument:
"How can be A be punished for committing a murder by poisoning C, if C did not swallow a single drop of poison."
Raymond M. Smullyan pointed out the moral, legal and logical point of view. It is morally clear that both A and B are guilty of homicide attempt. Legally, 2 different courts could judge them in 2 different ways. And logic gives us the opportunity to write a whole book on this topic.