Hi! I'm hosting a quiz night for my friends - we're basically doing a spin on Tom Scott's Disconnected format (you lose one life everytime you get a question wrong and somebody calls you on it - if you answer confidently enough that the others believe you you're fine, even if you were wrong!) - and I'll be trying to give them questions that even if they don't know the actual answers they could believably bluff about, so I'm customizing the question categories to fit my friends. What this means is that during quiz night we will go from questions about geography and science to questions about memes and World of Warcraft lore and back, which is going to be hilarious, and I'm super excited. Unfortunately, I don't know shit about World of Warcraft lore. Or... several of their areas of expertise, actually? And while yes I absolutely could read a few wikis and pick things at random, that gives me no indication of how well-known or obscure a fact is, and the whole point is to have questions that are obscure enough that not literally everyone will know the answer, but still possible to know for someone who has not memorized the entire wiki. Also turns out I might just be bad at coming up with quiz questions. Help? Bonus points for questions people could theoretically bluff their way to fun answers for when they don't know the answers. The topics I'd really like help with are: World of Warcraft Lore League of Legends lore (or gameplay tbh. Or esports...) Comics (yes he just said 'comics'. Can narrow it down to DC and Marvel bc those are what he's most familiar with - but let's be real asking him about some indie thing he's never heard of would also be funny) Music theory Cooking ???? Star Wars CRITICAL ROLE I can't believe I forgot Critical Role I will take more standard quiz questions also - geography, history, literature - and I do have a 'wildcard' category for questions that are just fun (current entries there include: "What is the purpose of the Weeb Ass Shit scale, and how does it work?" and "In the kink community, what does RACK stand for?"). Also if anyone happens to have worked at Starbucks I'd really love specific questions about like how a certain drink is made / how many pumps of whatever goes into smth / Official Policy that all employees definitely do follow bc one of them has worked there and I want to target him. But I haven't been to a Starbucks in 5 years.) .....so basically anything goes. Help?