History Literature / LittleFuzzy

4th Aug '17 8:17:02 AM PowerSkunk
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* LieDetector: The veridicator is an infallible one, and consequently a vital part of the legal system.

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* LieDetector: The veridicator is an infallible one, and consequently a vital part of the legal system. It works so well, that it even detects a lie that the speaker himself has forgotten that he lied about.
9th Feb '17 7:45:26 PM GentlyAndDent
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Nearly. Piper committed suicide leaving the final Fuzzy novel in storage; no one knew he'd finished it, and two authorized sequels were published before it was found.



* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: [[spoiler:Yeah, sure, Piper, you would totally kill off Jack's family of Fuzzies...]]
9th Feb '17 7:42:15 PM GentlyAndDent
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* HeelRealization: Kellogg breaks down and [[DrivenToSuicide commits suicide]] after admitting to himself that he murdered a sapient being.

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* HeelRealization: Kellogg breaks [[spoiler:breaks down and [[DrivenToSuicide commits suicide]] after admitting to himself that he murdered a sapient being. being.]]
9th Feb '17 7:41:40 PM GentlyAndDent
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** [[spoiler:"Your Honors, I am ashamed to have to report that the defendant, Leonard Kellog, cannot be produced in court. He is dead; he committed suicide in his cell last night."]]
9th Feb '17 7:40:11 PM GentlyAndDent
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* CourtroomAntics: The murder trial of Jack Holloway and Leonard Kellogg.

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* CourtroomAntics: The murder trial of Jack Holloway and Leonard Kellogg. At one point, the whole thing needs to be called to recess because 12 Fuzzies have begun playing among each other and disrupting the proceedings.


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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: [[spoiler:Yeah, sure, Piper, you would totally kill off Jack's family of Fuzzies...]]


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* RunningGag: You can find a precedent for anything in colonial law.
** Baby constantly tries to sit on people's heads.
28th Dec '16 12:05:14 PM TomWalpertac2
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A new sequel ''Fuzzy Ergo Sum'' written by Wolfgang Diehr was published in 2011. (T V Tropes page pending)



* POVSequel: ''Golden Dream'' is ''Little Fuzzy'' from the Fuzzies' point of view.

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* POVSequel: The lateer chapters of ''Golden Dream'' is ''Little Fuzzy'' from the Fuzzies' point of view.view. The first 3/4 of the book represents 50 to 100 years worth of backstory for the Fuzzies.
24th Dec '16 2:20:07 AM Vandegraff1
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* ThemeNaming: Any group of Fuzzies "adopted" by humans promptly get tagged with these. Flora and Fauna; Id, Ego, Complex, and Syndrome...

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* ThemeNaming: Any group Many groups of Fuzzies "adopted" by humans promptly get tagged with these. Flora A naturalist names two "Flora" and Fauna; Id, Ego, Complex, "Fauna"; a psychologist names four more "Id", "Ego", "Complex", and Syndrome..."Syndrome"...
30th Oct '16 3:33:56 AM VoodooTikiGawd
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Jack Holloway, a sunstone miner, lives a solitary life in a wilderness area of planet Zarathustra. The planet is basically "owned" by the Chartered Zarathustra Corporation (under Victor Grego), which installed basic services and colonial outposts initially, and now reaps the benefits of new discoveries, such as the valuable sunstones.

One day, Holloway returns to his little shack to discover a tiny humanoid, covered in golden fur. The little creature has armed itself with a chisel from his workbench, but is peaceful and mostly unafraid. The miner gives the little fuzzy some Extee-Three, a kind of canned emergency ration cake, and the fuzzy devours it greedily. It is soon apparent that the creature is highly intelligent, and he soon brings his family band to join "Pappy Jack" at the shack.

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Jack Holloway, a an elderly, individualistic sunstone miner, lives a solitary life in a wilderness area of planet Zarathustra. The planet is basically "owned" by the Chartered Zarathustra Corporation (under Victor Grego), which installed basic services and colonial outposts initially, and now reaps the benefits of new discoveries, such as the valuable sunstones.

One day, Holloway returns to his little shack cabin to discover a tiny humanoid, covered in golden fur. The little creature has armed itself with a chisel from his workbench, but is peaceful and mostly unafraid. The miner gives the little fuzzy some Extee-Three, a kind of canned emergency ration cake, and the fuzzy devours it greedily. It is soon apparent that the creature is highly intelligent, and he soon brings his family band to join "Pappy Jack" at the shack.
31st Dec '14 6:58:25 PM nombretomado
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Piper wrote two sequels, ''Fuzzy Sapiens'' and ''Fuzzies and Other People''; the latter was thought lost after Piper's suicide, but a manuscript eventually turned up in his papers. Prior to this discovery, two sequels to the first two books were written by other authors (''Fuzzy Bones'' by William Tuning and ''Golden Dream: A Fuzzy Odyssey'' by Ardath Mayhar). It is also the subject of a ContinuityReboot by JohnScalzi (licensed by the Creator/HBeamPiper estate), called ''FuzzyNation''.

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Piper wrote two sequels, ''Fuzzy Sapiens'' and ''Fuzzies and Other People''; the latter was thought lost after Piper's suicide, but a manuscript eventually turned up in his papers. Prior to this discovery, two sequels to the first two books were written by other authors (''Fuzzy Bones'' by William Tuning and ''Golden Dream: A Fuzzy Odyssey'' by Ardath Mayhar). It is also the subject of a ContinuityReboot by JohnScalzi Creator/JohnScalzi (licensed by the Creator/HBeamPiper estate), called ''FuzzyNation''.
30th Dec '14 10:49:30 AM nombretomado
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A fascinating SciFi story by [[HBeamPiper H. Beam Piper]] about what truly makes a creature sapient.

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A fascinating SciFi story by [[HBeamPiper H. Beam Piper]] Creator/HBeamPiper about what truly makes a creature sapient.



Piper wrote two sequels, ''Fuzzy Sapiens'' and ''Fuzzies and Other People''; the latter was thought lost after Piper's suicide, but a manuscript eventually turned up in his papers. Prior to this discovery, two sequels to the first two books were written by other authors (''Fuzzy Bones'' by William Tuning and ''Golden Dream: A Fuzzy Odyssey'' by Ardath Mayhar). It is also the subject of a ContinuityReboot by JohnScalzi (licensed by the HBeamPiper estate), called ''FuzzyNation''.

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Piper wrote two sequels, ''Fuzzy Sapiens'' and ''Fuzzies and Other People''; the latter was thought lost after Piper's suicide, but a manuscript eventually turned up in his papers. Prior to this discovery, two sequels to the first two books were written by other authors (''Fuzzy Bones'' by William Tuning and ''Golden Dream: A Fuzzy Odyssey'' by Ardath Mayhar). It is also the subject of a ContinuityReboot by JohnScalzi (licensed by the HBeamPiper Creator/HBeamPiper estate), called ''FuzzyNation''.
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