History FanficRecs / LandOfOz

13th Apr '15 1:41:00 AM Roo
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''[[http://cinemassacre.com/2006/06/11/wizard-of-oz-3-dorothy-goes-to-hell-2006 The Wizard of Oz 3: Dorothy Goes to Hell]]'', by JamesRolfe.
* Recommended by @/MasterHand
* ''Synopsis'': A hilariously bizarre animated FanSequel to the films that picks up after the events of ''ReturnToOz''. Dorothy is back on the farm in Kansas with her aunt and uncle ("Uncle Crunch" and "Auntie {{Eminem}}" in this version) when a [[StarWars sandcrawler]] appears and sells Tick Tock and the Tin Man to the family as workers. But Tick Tock is carrying a message from Glinda, stating that Oz has been taken over by {{Satan}}, who plans to escape to Kansas and destroy the world on January 1st, 2000 using an evil cyborg version of Jesus. It just gets weirder from there, featuring random cameos, nonsensical characters, SurrealHumour, and {{Big Lipped Alligator Moment}}s around every turn.
* ''Tags'': CrackFic, potentially NSFW due to language (this ''is'' the person who brought us WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, after all) and an anatomically-correct drunk Munchkin.
13th Apr '15 1:37:58 AM Roo
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''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10597233/1/Witchy-Woman Witchy Woman]]
* Recommended by: Raptyr
* Synopsis: Movieverse. Miss Almira Gulch was caught up in the twister and thrown to the ground unconscious. Then she dreamed and dream. Or did she?
* Comments: Just a oneshot, but hilarious. Everyone is perfectly in-character as well, which is very nice to see.
16th Mar '15 7:49:29 PM raptyr
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''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10597233/1/Witchy-Woman Witchy Woman]]
* Recommended by: Raptyr
* Synopsis: Movieverse. Miss Almira Gulch was caught up in the twister and thrown to the ground unconscious. Then she dreamed and dream. Or did she?
* Comments: Just a oneshot, but hilarious. Everyone is perfectly in-character as well, which is very nice to see.
21st Jul '14 4:14:33 AM Roo
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* ''Synopsis:'' The Royal Timeline is primarily a list of published Oz material, by the official authors and others, put into chronological order, but also includes links to a handful of online stories (mostly short stories, but there are a couple of longer ones as well) written by fans to fill in plot holes or explore parts of cannon hitherto left in the dark. All these stories are OriginalFlavor and designed to fit as painlessly into the canon as possible.

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* ''Synopsis:'' The Royal Timeline is primarily a list of published Oz material, by the official authors and others, put into chronological order, but also includes links to a handful of online stories (mostly short stories, but there are a couple of longer ones as well) written by fans to fill in plot holes or explore parts of cannon hitherto left in the dark.dark(mostly short stories, but there are a couple of longer ones as well, such as ''[[http://www.redhen-publications.com/eureka.html# Eureka in Oz]]'' and ''[[http://www.redhen-publications.com/carpet.html The Magic Carpet of Oz]]'', both by David Hulan). All these stories are OriginalFlavor and designed to fit as painlessly into the canon as possible.
19th Jun '14 1:58:45 PM Roo
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''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/34564 Fat Babies, or The Temptation Of The Hungry Tiger]]'' by Traykor
* Recommended by Tropers/{{Roo}}
* ''Synopsis:'' The Hungry Tiger meets a fat baby. Will he eat it? ...Naaaah, you ''know'' he won't. But maybe he can help the baby with a problem...
* ''Comments:'' A look at Oz's anti-aging magic and why not everyone might find it beneficial, as well as a rare starring role for the Hungry Tiger, who doesn't appear in many fanfics.
19th Jun '14 12:56:15 PM Roo
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* ''Comments:'' Not all the online stories are equally good, but there's a certain charm to most of them, and quite a few of the solutions for patching up plot holes are pretty creative. Of special interest are [[http://www.redhen-publications.com/oz.html David Hulan's two novel-length stories]], ''Eureka in Oz'' and ''The Magic Carpet of Oz,'' both available as illustrated PDF books and detailing a few untold stories (such as how Eureka became pink and came to stay in Oz, how the Glass Cat got her pink brains back, and how Ozma got her own magic powers), and [[http://www.timelineuniverse.net/Oz/NewOzTales.htm Paul Dana's novel-length stories]] ''Time Travelers in Oz'' and ''The Lost Boy of Oz,'' the first of which has Button-Bright and Ojo the Lucky travel back in time to the days when Oz was made a fairy country, and the second chronicling Button-Bright's subsequent quest to discover his own mysterious past.


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* ''Comments:'' Not all the online stories are equally good, but there's a certain charm to most of them, and quite a few of the solutions for patching up plot holes are pretty creative. Of special interest are [[http://www.redhen-publications.com/oz.html David Hulan's two novel-length stories]], ''Eureka in Oz'' and ''The Magic Carpet of Oz,'' both available as illustrated PDF books and detailing a few untold stories (such as how Eureka became pink and came to stay in Oz, how the Glass Cat got her pink brains back, and how Ozma got her own magic powers), and [[http://www.timelineuniverse.net/Oz/NewOzTales.htm Paul Dana's novel-length stories]] ''Time Travelers in Oz'' and ''The Lost Boy of Oz,'' the first of which has Button-Bright and Ojo the Lucky travel back in time to the days when Oz was made a fairy country, and the second chronicling Button-Bright's subsequent quest to discover his own mysterious past.

creative.

19th Jun '14 12:55:38 PM Roo
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''[[http://yuletidetreasure.org/archive/46/thesolitary.html The Solitary Sorceress of Oz]]'' by Gray Cardinal

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''[[http://yuletidetreasure.org/archive/46/thesolitary.html ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/14564/chapters/18559 The Solitary Sorceress of Oz]]'' by Gray Cardinal
30th Dec '13 7:01:18 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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These are recommendations made by Tropers for ''Literature/LandOfOz'' fanfics, all of which have to be signed to stay on the page. After a few samples, you will be able to judge whether you might be interested in the 'fic, based on who recommended it. ''No-name recommendations will be '''{{zapped}}'''.'' Nobody would back up the rec. Discussion of the recommendation is welcome on the discussion page. As such discussion is important, do remember to add the discussion page to the watchlist, if need be. You can also add to the current recommendations if you want. Refrain from posting ConversationInTheMainPage though; that goes in the discussion page.

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These are recommendations made by Tropers for ''Literature/LandOfOz'' fanfics, all of which have to be signed to stay on the page. After a few samples, you will be able to judge whether you might be interested in the 'fic, based on who recommended it. ''No-name recommendations will be '''{{zapped}}'''.'' Nobody would back up the rec. Discussion of the recommendation is welcome on the discussion page. As such discussion is important, do remember to add the discussion page to the watchlist, if need be. You can also add to the current recommendations if you want. Refrain from posting ConversationInTheMainPage Administrivia/ConversationInTheMainPage though; that goes in the discussion page.
26th Oct '13 7:30:22 PM Kernigh
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Gregory Maguire: renowned revisionist author and writer of the Literature/{{Wicked}} novels, which is essentially long, dark, and well written fan fiction that got published. His books are worth a good look.
14th Mar '13 6:46:41 PM Roo
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* ''Comments:'' Not all the online stories are equally good, but there's a certain charm to most of them, and quite a few of the solutions for patching up plot holes are pretty creative. Of special interest are [[http://redhen-publications.com/Oz.html David Hulan's two novel-length stories]], ''Eureka in Oz'' and ''The Magic Carpet of Oz,'' both available as illustrated PDF books and detailing a few untold stories (such as how Eureka became pink and came to stay in Oz, how the Glass Cat got her pink brains back, and how Ozma got her own magic powers), and [[http://www.timelineuniverse.net/Oz/NewOzTales.htm Paul Dana's novel-length stories]] ''Time Travelers in Oz'' and ''The Lost Boy of Oz,'' the first of which has Button-Bright and Ojo the Lucky travel back in time to the days when Oz was made a fairy country, and the second chronicling Button-Bright's subsequent quest to discover his own mysterious past.


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* ''Comments:'' Not all the online stories are equally good, but there's a certain charm to most of them, and quite a few of the solutions for patching up plot holes are pretty creative. Of special interest are [[http://redhen-publications.com/Oz.[[http://www.redhen-publications.com/oz.html David Hulan's two novel-length stories]], ''Eureka in Oz'' and ''The Magic Carpet of Oz,'' both available as illustrated PDF books and detailing a few untold stories (such as how Eureka became pink and came to stay in Oz, how the Glass Cat got her pink brains back, and how Ozma got her own magic powers), and [[http://www.timelineuniverse.net/Oz/NewOzTales.htm Paul Dana's novel-length stories]] ''Time Travelers in Oz'' and ''The Lost Boy of Oz,'' the first of which has Button-Bright and Ojo the Lucky travel back in time to the days when Oz was made a fairy country, and the second chronicling Button-Bright's subsequent quest to discover his own mysterious past.

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