History Comicbook / Thorgal

21st Sep '16 10:19:44 PM Tylda
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* SacrificialRevivalSpell: [[spoiler: Thorgal]] is in a place with bright glowing strings all around him representing human lives. He will only get his life back if he cuts a single one, killing the person. He refuses, but [[spoiler: Shaniah]] cuts it herself. [[spoiler: Thorgal]] returns to life, but as they leave, she fades away, as it was her own lifeline she'd cut.

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* SacrificialRevivalSpell: [[spoiler: Thorgal]] is in a place with bright glowing strings all around him representing human lives. He will only get his life back if he cuts a single one, killing the person. He refuses, but [[spoiler: Shaniah]] cuts it herself. [[spoiler: Thorgal]] returns to life, but as they leave, she fades away, as it was her own lifeline she'd cut. [[spoiler: At least that's what she figures, but they fell through quite a few nets of threads while falling down. [[ArtisticLicensePhysics Even if there's no reason they would fall anywhere in empty space.]]]]
5th Jun '16 12:54:10 PM Silverblade2
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: In ''The Betrayed Sorceress'', Slive has a pet wolf named Sharn. In ''The Island of Frozen Seas'', Sharn is mysteriously absent.
5th Jun '16 12:51:29 PM Silverblade2
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* CompressedHair: The Three Eagle Lord [[spoiler: aka Slive's daughter]] hides voluminous red hair under his helmet.
18th May '16 11:49:45 PM IronicMouse
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* BowsVsCrossbows: In an early story, Thorgal (who uses a drawn bow, and is very good with it) is in a standoff with a crossbowman, and actually notes that the advantage is to the crossbow. Fortunately a distraction comes along to help him win.

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* BowsVsCrossbows: BowsVersusCrossbows: In an early story, Thorgal (who uses a drawn bow, and is very good with it) is in a standoff with a crossbowman, and actually notes that the advantage is to the crossbow. Fortunately a distraction comes along to help him win.
18th May '16 10:57:33 PM IronicMouse
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* BowsVsCrossbows: In an early story, Thorgal (who uses a drawn bow, and is very good with it) is in a standoff with a crossbowman, and actually notes that the advantage is to the crossbow. Fortunately a distraction comes along to help him win.
27th Apr '16 7:10:19 AM Lightysnake
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* JerkassGods: Getting angry at Arachnea's father for being an arrogant murderer? This is fine. Taking it out on Arachnea by turning her into a giant spider who receives two men a year to mate with and eat? This is less fine.


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* TragicMonster: Arachnea is a man-eating giant spider who mates with men to birth even-more ravenous daughters, leading to hundreds of victims over the years. She despises this and is only forced into it because of a curse of the gods. She hates what she is and takes the first chance offered to free herself.
18th Apr '16 10:02:48 AM Chabal2
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* DistractedByTheSexy: One story has Loki take on Thor's appearance and sleep with his wife, cutting off her hair after wards. When Thor comes home and notices, she claims that he'd been paying less attention to her, so she tried a different look. She asks if he likes it, and cut to Thor's bugeyed expression...
28th Feb '16 1:43:15 PM Farnham
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* BigScrewedUpFamily: Thorgal's. [[EntitledBastard Gandalf-The-Mad]], King of the Vikings of the North and his future father-in-law, tried to have him killed several times during his childhood and youth because he feared and hated Thorgal. Gandalf's son and Aaricia's elder brother [[RoyalBrat Bjorn]] likewise hated Thorgal because the latter was too close to his sister. And yet their villainy paled in comparison to that of [[TheConqueror Varth]], Thorgal's own father.
22nd Feb '16 3:12:48 AM Farnham
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** Actually, they don't meet in the throne room, but in the treasury vault and they don't even realize Shardar (the evil uncle) was in there with them until he activated a mechanism that caused the treasury's floor to open up and cause its entire contents (and the leader of the Viking army) to disappear into a deep chasm underneath it, effectively leaving the new ruler with a bankrupt kingdom.

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** Actually, they don't meet in the throne room, but in the treasury vault and they don't even realize Shardar (the evil uncle) was in there with them until he activated a mechanism that caused the treasury's floor to open up and cause its entire contents (and Jorund-The-Bull, the leader of the Viking army) to disappear into a deep chasm underneath it, effectively leaving the new ruler with a bankrupt kingdom.
20th Feb '16 7:21:19 AM Farnham
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** 1. The three Sisters Minkelsönn

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** 1. The three Three Sisters Minkelsönn
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