History Discworld / ReaperMan

22nd Jul '16 6:15:28 AM sabremeister
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* TheDisembodied: The Death of Trees manifests as the bodiless sound of an ax chopping into wood.

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* TheDisembodied: The Death of Trees manifests as the bodiless sound of an ax axe chopping into wood.
21st May '16 4:14:01 AM erforce
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--->"[[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} Who am I going to call?]]"
** A possible one to Film/ForAFewDollarsMore: Death's hourglass running out as New Death bears down on him, only for Miss Flitworth to give up some of her time to give him a chance, is strongly reminiscent of The Man With No Name bringing the second musical pocketwatch into the duel between Mortimer and Indio.
** Death's battle with his replacement is reminiscent of the showdown in Film/HighNoon, with the combatants facing off and then the protagonist fleeing through the village as he tries to gain an advantage, except it takes place at the ''other'' twelve o'clock.
** The wizards fighting the shopping trolleys sequence has a few to ''Alien'', which Pratchett is fond of referencing in other works as well.

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--->"[[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} --->"[[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} Who am I going to call?]]"
** A possible one to Film/ForAFewDollarsMore: ''Film/ForAFewDollarsMore'': Death's hourglass running out as New Death bears down on him, only for Miss Flitworth to give up some of her time to give him a chance, is strongly reminiscent of The Man With No Name bringing the second musical pocketwatch into the duel between Mortimer and Indio.
** Death's battle with his replacement is reminiscent of the showdown in Film/HighNoon, ''Film/HighNoon'', with the combatants facing off and then the protagonist fleeing through the village as he tries to gain an advantage, except it takes place at the ''other'' twelve o'clock.
** The wizards fighting the shopping trolleys sequence has a few to ''Alien'', ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'', which Pratchett is fond of referencing in other works as well.
19th Apr '16 11:25:37 AM erforce
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** The Priests in the Lost Jeweled ''Temple of Doom'' of Offler remark that a [[IndianaJones chap with a whip]] got as far as the giant spikes.

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** The Priests in the Lost Jeweled ''Temple of Doom'' of Offler remark that a [[IndianaJones [[Franchise/IndianaJones chap with a whip]] got as far as the giant spikes.
3rd Apr '16 9:03:44 AM MisterApple
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* TheIgor:: The Notfaroutoes have been advertising for one for a while.

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* TheIgor:: TheIgor: The Notfaroutoes have been advertising for one for a while.
8th Feb '16 7:46:40 AM MrDeath
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* JokerImmunity: wizard Windle Poons comes back from the dead as a Zombie and is absolutely bloody furious with the mugger who stabs him in the heart, because that bloody knife has just torn a hole in a perfectly good robe, and ruined it!
5th Feb '16 5:18:11 PM AgProv
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* JokerImmunity: wizard Windle Poons comes back from the dead as a Zombie and is absolutely bloody furious with the mugger who stabs him in the heart, because that bloody knife has just torn a hole in a perfectly good robe, and ruined it!
4th Jan '16 2:39:21 PM nombretomado
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--> "One yodel out of place would attract, not the jolly echo of a [[TheSoundOfMusic lonely goatherd]], but fifty tons of express-delivery snow."

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--> "One yodel out of place would attract, not the jolly echo of a [[TheSoundOfMusic [[Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic lonely goatherd]], but fifty tons of express-delivery snow."
12th Oct '15 9:27:31 AM LBHills
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** ''Discworld/MakingMoney'' points out that the relationship is still going on years later.

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** ''Discworld/MakingMoney'' points out mentions in passing that the relationship is still going on years later.
24th Aug '15 2:04:40 AM enitharmon
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* BritishAccents: Mrs Cake is written with a distinct Bristol accent.
28th Jul '15 7:40:55 AM DarkStarling
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** The New Death's appearance and some of his dialogue is based on the Witch-King of Angmar from ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' (who proclaimed to Gandalf that he was "Death Himself"). Then again, [[OlderThanTheyThink the Witch-King has a certain resemblance to the personification of Death in]] ''Literature/ParadiseLost''.

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** The New Death's appearance and some of his dialogue is based on the Witch-King of Angmar from ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' (who proclaimed to Gandalf that he was "Death Himself"). Then again, [[OlderThanTheyThink the Witch-King has a certain resemblance to the personification of Death in]] ''Literature/ParadiseLost''.''Literature/ParadiseLost'', as well as the image of a crowned death in medieval iconography.
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