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26th Jun '16 2:43:33 PM BattleMaster
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* BizarreSexualDimorphism: Trolls and Trollops.

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* BizarreSexualDimorphism: Trolls and Trollops.Trollops- Trolls are huge, muscular, have arms that hang below their knees, and are covered in thick green fur. Trollops look like extremely attractive women with green hair.



* CuteMonsterGirl: The women of Trollia, who are Trollops. Contrast their male counterparts, the Trolls.

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* CuteMonsterGirl: The women of Trollia, who are Trollops. Their green hair is the only thing that sets them apart from humans, appearance-wise. Contrast their male counterparts, the Trolls.Trolls, which are eight feet tall, covered in thick green hair, and walk on their knuckles like gorillas.
14th Jan '16 1:49:37 PM Gigi0620
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* {{Green Skinned Space Babe}}: Tananda (and all other females AKA Trollops native to the dimension of Trollia). Alluring, curvaceous, flirtatious, scantily-clad (one wonders where she hides all the tools she uses for her work as an assassin)...and yes, her skin is green.
19th Nov '15 1:11:03 PM StFan
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** Phil Foglio's illustration of Don Bruce for one book looks like a certain [[{{Barnaby}} Mr. O'Malley.]]

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** Phil Foglio's illustration of Don Bruce for one book looks like a certain [[{{Barnaby}} [[ComicStrip/{{Barnaby}} Mr. O'Malley.]]
12th Nov '15 4:46:30 PM nombretomado
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* RoadTo: the initial inspiration for the series was a marathon of [[BobHope Hope]] and [[BingCrosby Crosby]] ''Road to ...'' movies
12th Nov '15 4:46:19 PM nombretomado
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** Asprin pointed out in an afterword that the inspiration for Aahz and Skeeve was an all-night marathon of the Hope & Crosby ''RoadTo'' series.

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** Asprin pointed out in an afterword that the inspiration for Aahz and Skeeve was an all-night marathon of the Hope & Crosby ''RoadTo'' ''Film/RoadTo'' series.
19th Sep '15 1:44:11 PM nombretomado
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Additionally, the first novel was adapted into [[ComicBook/MythAdventures an eight-part graphic novel]] by [=WaRP=] Graphics (publishers of ''ElfQuest'') in the mid-80s, illustrated and heavily rewritten by Creator/PhilFoglio, who also supplied illustrations for many of the novels. This was the only part of the graphic adaptation to make it into full-color bound volumes. Four more issues followed, with art by Jim Valentino, attempting to bridge the action between the first and second novels. The second novel was later adapted into another eight-part comic series by Ken and Beth Mitchroney and published by Apple from 1987 through 1989. Foglio's comics have all been posted at [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/mythcomic.php his website]].

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Additionally, the first novel was adapted into [[ComicBook/MythAdventures an eight-part graphic novel]] by [=WaRP=] Graphics (publishers of ''ElfQuest'') ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'') in the mid-80s, illustrated and heavily rewritten by Creator/PhilFoglio, who also supplied illustrations for many of the novels. This was the only part of the graphic adaptation to make it into full-color bound volumes. Four more issues followed, with art by Jim Valentino, attempting to bridge the action between the first and second novels. The second novel was later adapted into another eight-part comic series by Ken and Beth Mitchroney and published by Apple from 1987 through 1989. Foglio's comics have all been posted at [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/mythcomic.php his website]].
28th May '15 12:42:33 AM SharleeD
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* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis: In ''Mything Persons'', first Aahz and then Skeeve and his friends venture into Limbo to track down some people who'd committed fraud at the Bazaar, because they'll have to pay off the defrauded customers if they don't. [[spoiler: It's revealed at the end that the fraudsters hadn't actually had ''time'' to con many people, so they could've paid off the customers out of petty cash. But they'd neglected to ask the Bazaar's representative how much compensation was due.]]

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* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis: In ''Mything Persons'', first Aahz and then Skeeve and his friends venture into Limbo to track down some people who'd committed fraud at the Bazaar, because they'll have to pay off the defrauded customers if they don't. [[spoiler: It's revealed at the end that the fraudsters hadn't actually had ''time'' to con many people, so they could've paid off the customers out of petty cash. But they'd neglected to ask the Bazaar's representative how much compensation was due.]]
28th May '15 12:42:03 AM SharleeD
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* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis: In ''Mything Persons'', first Aahz and then Skeeve and his friends venture into Limbo to track down some people who'd committed fraud at the Bazaar, because they'll have to pay off the defrauded customers if they don't. [[spoiler: It's revealed at the end that the fraudsters hadn't actually had ''time'' to con many people, so they could've paid off the customers out of petty cash. But they'd neglected to ask the Bazaar's representative how much compensation was due.]]
30th Mar '15 11:40:43 AM bookwormgal
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** [[spoiler: So did Skeeve in ''Myth-Fortunes''.]]
5th Jan '15 10:36:53 PM TheShadow
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* CalvinBall: The game Dragon Poker has an uncounted number of possible rule changes that make this the most complicated game in any dimension.
** Fans picked up the madness and ran with it. You can find HoylesRulesOfDragonPoker on ThisVeryWiki.
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