History Discworld / Wintersmith

19th Jun '16 10:57:04 PM Doodler
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* NightmareFetishist: The people of Miss Treason's steading are so used to her Boffo that they see her demons, skulls, and terrifying trappings as marks of a good witch. Annagramma has trouble fitting in due to this, and the townspeople only fully accept her when they see her (supposedly) turn into a grotesque monster.


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*** Furthermore, this incident starts a myth among the locals that Annagramma [[ComicBook/TheHulk turns into a green monster when angered enough]].
19th Jan '16 6:28:26 AM Sharlee
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** Annagramma hurls a fireball at the Wintersmith's pseudo-body, a feat that's more typical of Discworld wizards than Discworld witches. Considering that she's wearing the full set of ''green'' Boffo witch mask and hands when she does so, it ''is'' a feat one might expect of [[Film/TheWizardOfOz a very famous non-Discworld witch]].
16th Jan '16 11:28:28 AM Sharlee
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* BagOfHolding: The Cornucopia. Also BiggerOnTheInside, if you happen to be a kitten or Feegle.
16th Jan '16 11:26:29 AM Sharlee
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** Nanny Ogg's remarks after the Cornucopia buries her in ham sandwiches are a double example: not only does she complain about the lack of mustard, which Miss Treason had done posthumously, but she also says she'll have to make a whole lot of soup. Her recipe for Leftover Sandwiches Soup was mentioned earlier, when all the witches at the going-away party were squirreling away free grub.
16th Jan '16 6:04:40 AM Sharlee
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** Possibly Dibbler has gone into book promotion, as the blurbs on the romance novel the Feegles leave for Tiffany are ''exactly'' the same as the ones he came up with for one of the clicks in ''Discworld/MovingPictures''.

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** Possibly Dibbler has gone into book promotion, as the blurbs on the romance novel the Feegles leave for Tiffany are ''exactly'' the same as the ones he came up with for one of the clicks a chick-click in ''Discworld/MovingPictures''.
16th Jan '16 6:04:01 AM Sharlee
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** Possibly Dibbler has gone into book promotion, as the blurbs on the romance novel the Feegles leave for Tiffany are ''exactly'' the same as the ones he came up with for one of the clicks in ''Discworld/MovingPictures''.
16th Jan '16 12:32:21 AM Sharlee
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** Way back in ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'', there's a passing reference to how some of the cheeses at an inn put up a bit of a struggle when the elves invaded Lancre. This ''seemed'' like a joke, but Horace the cheese (who is Tiffany's rendition of a Lancre Blue) proves otherwise.

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** Way back in ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'', there's a passing reference to how some of the cheeses at an inn put up a bit of a struggle when the elves invaded Lancre. This ''seemed'' like a joke, but Horace the cheese (who is Tiffany's rendition of a Lancre Blue) proves implies otherwise.
16th Jan '16 12:31:31 AM Sharlee
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** Way back in ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'', there's a passing reference to how some of the cheeses at an inn put up a bit of a struggle when the elves invaded Lancre. This ''seemed'' like a joke, but Horace the cheese (who is a Lancre Blue) proves otherwise.

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** Way back in ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'', there's a passing reference to how some of the cheeses at an inn put up a bit of a struggle when the elves invaded Lancre. This ''seemed'' like a joke, but Horace the cheese (who is Tiffany's rendition of a Lancre Blue) proves otherwise.
16th Jan '16 12:31:03 AM Sharlee
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** Way back in ''Discworld/LordsAndLadies'', there's a passing reference to how some of the cheeses at an inn put up a bit of a struggle when the elves invaded Lancre. This ''seemed'' like a joke, but Horace the cheese (who is a Lancre Blue) proves otherwise.
16th Jan '16 12:21:58 AM Sharlee
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* ObfuscatingStupidity: How the Baron's guards prefer to avoid carrying out the aunts' more-objectionable orders.
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