History Characters / LandOfOz

5th Jul '17 1:59:39 PM Phys101
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* NonHumanSidekick: But formerly human until the [=WWoE=] enchanted his axe. [[OrIsit? Or is he?]] (Perhaps the head in the tinsmith's cabinet is the real Nick Chopper.)

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* NonHumanSidekick: But formerly human until the [=WWoE=] enchanted his axe. [[OrIsit? Or is he?]] he? (Perhaps the head in the tinsmith's cabinet is the real Nick Chopper.Chopper, and the Tin Woodman is a different person with Nick Chopper's memories.)


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* MeaningfulName: Captain "Fyter".


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* MeaningfulName: A portmanteau of "Chopper" and "Fyter", deliberately bestowed on him by the tinsmith who glued together their human parts to make him.
5th Jul '17 1:50:52 PM Phys101
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* AdaptationalWimp: In the 1939 movie, he doesn't use his axe at all, and pretty much all his badass moments from the book are left out, leaving him to do little but cry and lament his lack of a heart.

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* AdaptationalWimp: In the 1939 movie, he doesn't use his axe at all, except to chop down the door to the room Dorothy's locked in, and pretty much all his badass moments from the book are left out, leaving him to do little but cry and lament his lack of a heart.heart. In fact, he doesn't even know how to hold an axe. (A photo contrasts a scene from the film with the corresponding scene in which Creator/BuddyEbsen plays him.) The Scarecrow uses his axe to cut a rope, dropping a chandelier on the Winkie Soldiers threatening them.



* NonHumanSidekick

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* NonHumanSidekickMeaningfulName: Nick "Chopper".
* NonHumanSidekick: But formerly human until the [=WWoE=] enchanted his axe. [[OrIsit? Or is he?]] (Perhaps the head in the tinsmith's cabinet is the real Nick Chopper.)
4th Jul '17 2:08:30 PM Roo
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* AscendedExtra: In the musical based on the book, Jellia has a larger role, even accompanying Tip and the others on the journey to the Winkies.

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* AscendedExtra: In the musical based on the second book, Jellia has a larger role, even accompanying Tip and the others on the journey to the Winkies.
4th Jul '17 2:07:44 PM Roo
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* EdibleThemeNaming

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* EdibleThemeNamingAscendedExtra: In the musical based on the book, Jellia has a larger role, even accompanying Tip and the others on the journey to the Winkies.
* EdibleThemeNaming: Jellia Jamb = Jelly or Jam.
3rd Jul '17 10:04:40 AM Eievie
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* IChooseToStay: After several adventures in Oz, she eventually doesn't go back to Kansas, and brings her Aunt and Uncle with her.

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* IChooseToStay: ''Despite'' being famous across literature for HomeSweetHome at the end of the first book, that largely has to do with her being a good niece/adopted daughter. After several adventures in Oz, she eventually doesn't ''doesn't'' go back to Kansas, Kansas and decides to live in Oz. This time she brings her Aunt aunt and Uncle uncle with her.
17th Jun '17 7:44:35 AM LBHills
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--> '''Tik-tok:''' We might crawl, or jump, or roll o-ver and o-ver un-til we get there; but the best way is to walk.

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--> '''Tik-tok:''' We might crawl, or jump, or roll o-ver and o-ver un-til we get there; but the best way is to walk.
16th Jun '17 8:38:34 PM LBHills
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* EekAMouse

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* EekAMouseEekAMouse: A bit of a WeaksauceWeakness.



* PragmaticVillainy: Thinks the way his king does things is foolish and doesn't hide this opinion. He may not be one of the good guys, but at least he's got enough sense to leave the people of Oz alone when he becomes the new king, rather than actively looking for trouble like Ruggedo did.

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* PragmaticVillainy: Thinks Kaliko thinks the way his king does things is foolish and doesn't hide this opinion. He may not be one of the good guys, but at least he's got enough sense to leave the people of Oz alone when he becomes the new king, rather than actively looking for trouble like Ruggedo did.



* FlashStep: Displays this when everyone else gets captured by the Nome King and his minions in ''Tik-Tok of Oz'' -- the Nomes can't hold her because she's instantly somewhere else.

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* FlashStep: Displays this when everyone else gets captured by the Nome King and his minions in ''Tik-Tok of Oz'' -- the Nomes can't hold her because she's instantly somewhere else. You know... like a rainbow.



* NonHumanSidekick

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* NonHumanSidekickNonHumanSidekick: She's a fairy.



* {{Catchphrase}}: She has pink brains, "you can see 'em work."

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* {{Catchphrase}}: She has Her feline vanity is always evident: "I have pink brains, "you brains. You can see 'em work."



* {{Pride}}: She's extremely proud of her pink brains, to the point that her conceitedness makes her very trying to be around.

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* {{Pride}}: She's extremely proud of her pink brains, to the point that her conceitedness conceit makes her very trying to be around.



* GenkiGirl: She's essentially a patchwork doll version of [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Pinkie Pie]] -- to the point where she could have been considered an {{Expy}} if it hadn't been for the fact that Scraps was created nearly a century earlier.

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* GenkiGirl: She's essentially a patchwork doll version of If you're wondering what character could have inspired [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Pinkie Pie]] -- to the point where she could have been considered an {{Expy}} if it hadn't been for the fact that Scraps was created nearly Pie,]] ou're looking at a century earlier.contender. Highly intelligent, easily bored, slightly insane in a good-natured way.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Bungle's Girly Girl

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Bungle's Girly GirlGirl.
16th Jun '17 8:30:36 PM LBHills
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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Dorothy so completely dominated him in 'Ozma of Oz' that his first panicked reaction in 'Tik-Tok of Oz', upon learning that one of the approaching surfacers is a little girl, is, "Is it ''Dorothy?"''
16th Jun '17 8:25:22 PM LBHills
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* ClockPunk: He was a bit of a trend-setter.



* RobotBuddy: Quite possibly the UrExample; Tik-Tok was around before the term "robot" was coined.

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* RobotBuddy: Quite possibly the UrExample; Tik-Tok was around before the term "robot" was coined.coined - 'Ozma of Oz' was published in 1907, 'Rossum's Universal Robots' in 1920.



* TheSpock
* ThreeLawsCompliant: Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics was partly inspired by the interaction between Tik-Tok and Dorothy in ''Ozma of Oz''.

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* TheSpock
TheSpock: Not the brightest thinker in Oz, but he's always rational and reasonable.
* ThreeLawsCompliant: Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics was were partly inspired by the interaction between Tik-Tok and Dorothy in ''Ozma of Oz''.
16th Jun '17 8:14:19 PM LBHills
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* NoPast: Nobody knows where she comes from or how old she is. It's never really explored in any of the books either.

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* NoPast: MysteriousPast: Nobody knows where she comes from or how old she is. It's never really explored in any of the books either.
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