History Main / FaunsandSatyrs

24th May '17 3:18:01 AM Fuyumoto
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* One even shows up in ''[[VideoGame/{{Onmyoji}} Onmyōji]]'', despite this being a game set in ''Heian'' period Japan and is specifically about Japanese mythology.
15th Apr '17 9:14:44 AM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Edmund Spenser's ''TheFaerieQueene'' features satyrs, first as a group of surprisingly pious forest dwellers who even have a half-satyr knight living among them, Sir Satyrane. Later, a separate band of satyrs are depicted as the usual riotous sex maniacs.

to:

* Edmund Spenser's ''TheFaerieQueene'' ''Literature/TheFaerieQueene'' features satyrs, first as a group of surprisingly pious forest dwellers who even have a half-satyr knight living among them, Sir Satyrane. Later, a separate band of satyrs are depicted as the usual riotous sex maniacs.
13th Apr '17 2:36:05 AM Theriocephalus
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Long- forgotten Marvel character [[http://marvel.wikia.com/Woodgod_(Earth-616) Woodgod]] resembles one. (He's actually biologically engineered).

to:

* Long- forgotten Marvel The long-forgotten Creator/MarvelComics character [[http://marvel.wikia.com/Woodgod_(Earth-616) Woodgod]] resembles one. (He's actually biologically engineered).
engineered.)



* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' / ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'' - Satyrs and Fauns both are half-man/half-goat, but their personalities and roles are different depending on if they are Greek or Roman creatures. The Greek satyrs help find and protect demigods till they get to Camp Halfblood and serve the camp in various ways. The Roman Fauns are lazy beggars/thiefs who hang around Camp Jupiter bothering people for any food or money they are willing to spare or stealing things left unattended.

to:

* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' / ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'' - ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'': Here and in the sequel series ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'', Satyrs and Fauns both are half-man/half-goat, but their personalities and roles are different depending on if they are Greek or Roman creatures. The Greek satyrs help find and protect demigods till they get to Camp Halfblood and serve the camp in various ways. The Roman Fauns are lazy beggars/thiefs beggars and thiefs who hang around Camp Jupiter bothering people for any food or money they are willing to spare or stealing things left unattended.



* Fauns are one of the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfRaces many races]] on Tiladnen in the bookseries Literature/{{Halvgudene}}.
* Kate Forsyth's ''Witches of Eileanan'' universe has "satyricorns." While they ''mostly'' look like the traditional model in appearance (except for being seven feet tall, having a variable number and arrangement of horns, and having six mammaries) and behavior (albeit towards the [[RapePillageAndBurn nastier]] [[CombatPragmatist side]]), they zigzag the trope by being primarily ''female''.
* A satyr is the villain in the Creator/BrianKeene horror novel ''Literature/DarkHollow'' (AKA ''The Rutting Season''.)

to:

* Fauns are one of the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfRaces many races]] on Tiladnen in the bookseries Literature/{{Halvgudene}}.
''Literature/{{Halvgudene}}'' book series.
* Kate Forsyth's ''Witches of Eileanan'' universe has "satyricorns." "satyricorns". While they ''mostly'' look like the traditional model in appearance (except for being seven feet tall, having a variable number and arrangement of horns, and having six mammaries) and behavior (albeit towards the [[RapePillageAndBurn nastier]] [[CombatPragmatist side]]), they zigzag the trope by being primarily ''female''.
* A satyr is the villain in the Creator/BrianKeene horror novel ''Literature/DarkHollow'' (AKA ''The Rutting Season''.)Season'').



* The Literature/{{Everworld}} gang meet a bunch of satyrs at one point. When they get a little too rowdy with April, David cuts one in half, which not only fails to kill him, but also lets the gang discover that they don't really have organs. The satyrs themselves are too drunk to care, the bisected one complaining that the wine is just pouring onto the ground. The bottom half follows them around, and is traded to a leprechaun for entry into their city.

to:

* The Literature/{{Everworld}} ''Literature/{{Everworld}}'' gang meet meets a bunch of satyrs at one point. When they get a little too rowdy with April, David cuts one in half, which not only fails to kill him, but also lets the gang discover that they don't really have organs. The satyrs themselves are too drunk to care, the bisected one complaining that the wine is just pouring onto the ground. The bottom half follows them around, and is traded to a leprechaun for entry into their city.



** The Gaulish/Celtic hunter god Cernunnos is sometimes the Celtic counterpart of Pan/Faunus.

to:

** *8 The Gaulish/Celtic hunter god Cernunnos is sometimes the Celtic counterpart of Pan/Faunus.



* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', satyrs and fauns, while both part of the Fae, are differentiated significantly. The former are [[OneGenderRace exclusively male]] [[TheHedonist hedonists]] with a penchant for seducing young women, while the latter can in fact be female (though female Fauns are rare) and are much more gentle (unless [[BerserkButton you mistake them for a satyr]]). Interestingly, the first Fauns were(and many later ones still are) actually born from the copulation of Satyrs with particularly Good women.

to:

* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', satyrs and fauns, while both part of the Fae, are differentiated significantly. The former are [[OneGenderRace exclusively male]] [[TheHedonist hedonists]] with a penchant for seducing young women, while the latter can in fact be female (though female Fauns are rare) and are much more gentle (unless [[BerserkButton you mistake them for a satyr]]). Interestingly, the first Fauns were(and were (and many later ones still are) actually born from the copulation of Satyrs with particularly Good women.



* Satyrs are one of the kith in ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming''. However, satyrs within the World of Darkness exemplify passion in general - not just sex and drunkenness. Thus there may be satyrs who are passionate about debate or running (goat legs mean they're fast).

to:

* Satyrs are one of the kith in ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming''. However, satyrs within the World of Darkness exemplify passion in general - -- not just sex and drunkenness. Thus there may be satyrs who are passionate about debate or running (goat legs mean they're fast).



* Satyrs in the TabletopGame/IronKingdoms are more like Goat-headed [[ALoadOfBull Minotaurs]] than the original. In ''Hordes'', the Circle Oboros fields them as [[BeastOfBattle Beasts of War]] to defend and carry out the wills of their Warlocks. How intelligent they are isn't mentioned much, but at least one was smart enough to become a ''Shaman.''

to:

* Satyrs in the TabletopGame/IronKingdoms ''TabletopGame/IronKingdoms'' are more like Goat-headed goat-headed [[ALoadOfBull Minotaurs]] than the original. In ''Hordes'', the Circle Oboros fields them as [[BeastOfBattle Beasts of War]] to defend and carry out the wills of their Warlocks. How intelligent they are isn't mentioned much, but at least one was smart enough to become a ''Shaman.''



* Though his species is named "the Dashkin", Bitey in ''WebAnimation/{{Brackenwood}}'' is quite similar to a faun, with goat legs and horns, though his face is furry. He is also [[FragileSpeedster extremely fast]] and an amoral trickster.

to:

* Though his species is named "the Dashkin", Bitey in ''WebAnimation/{{Brackenwood}}'' is quite similar to a faun, being a woodland-dwelling humanoid with goat legs and horns, though his face is furry. He is also [[FragileSpeedster extremely fast]] and an amoral trickster.
10th Apr '17 9:11:59 PM SAMAS
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Satyrs in the TabletopGame/IronKingdoms are more like Goat-headed [[ALoadOfBull Minotaurs]] than the original. In ''Hordes'', the Circle Oboros fields them as [[BeastOfBattle Beasts of War]] to defend and carry out the wills of their Warlocks. How intelligent they are isn't mentioned much, but at least one was smart enough to become a ''Shaman.''
19th Mar '17 9:30:17 AM SAMAS
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Satyrs in the ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' universe are half-demonic corrupted night elves, and Fauns are half-daughters of the Demigod Cenarius.

to:

* Satyrs in the ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' universe are half-demonic corrupted night elves, and while Fauns are half-daughters the Centauroid daughters of the Demigod Cenarius.
19th Mar '17 9:26:38 AM SAMAS
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', satyrs and fauns, while both part of the Fae, are differentiated significantly. The former are [[TheHedonist hedonists]] and [[OneGenderRace exclusively male]], while the latter can in fact be female (though female Fauns are rare) and are much more gentle (unless [[BerserkButton you mistake them for a satyr]]). Interestingly, the first Fauns were actually born from the copulation of the Satyrs with particularly Good women.

to:

* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', satyrs and fauns, while both part of the Fae, are differentiated significantly. The former are [[TheHedonist hedonists]] and [[OneGenderRace exclusively male]], male]] [[TheHedonist hedonists]] with a penchant for seducing young women, while the latter can in fact be female (though female Fauns are rare) and are much more gentle (unless [[BerserkButton you mistake them for a satyr]]). Interestingly, the first Fauns were were(and many later ones still are) actually born from the copulation of the Satyrs with particularly Good women.
25th Jan '17 12:08:51 AM PaulA
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''TheWindInTheWillows'' - in a chapter often expurgated, Mole and Rat search the river for a lost otter child and find him safe at the feet of Pan himself.

to:

* ''TheWindInTheWillows'' - in ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'': In a chapter often expurgated, Mole and Rat search the river for a lost otter child and find him safe at the feet of Pan himself.
6th Oct '16 8:00:38 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The {{Everworld}} gang meet a bunch of satyrs at one point. When they get a little too rowdy with April, David cuts one in half, which not only fails to kill him, but also lets the gang discover that they don't really have organs. The satyrs themselves are too drunk to care, the bisected one complaining that the wine is just pouring onto the ground. The bottom half follows them around, and is traded to a leprechaun for entry into their city.

to:

* The {{Everworld}} Literature/{{Everworld}} gang meet a bunch of satyrs at one point. When they get a little too rowdy with April, David cuts one in half, which not only fails to kill him, but also lets the gang discover that they don't really have organs. The satyrs themselves are too drunk to care, the bisected one complaining that the wine is just pouring onto the ground. The bottom half follows them around, and is traded to a leprechaun for entry into their city.
28th Sep '16 5:40:46 PM justanid
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''L'après-midi d'un faune'' (''The Afternoon of a Faun'') is a poem by Stéphane Mallarmé. Claude Debussy adapted it into a symphonic-poem ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' and a ballet as ''Afternoon of a Faun'' by Vaslav Nijinsky, Jerome Robbins, and Tim Rushton.

to:

* ''L'après-midi d'un faune'' (''The Afternoon of a Faun'') is a poem by Stéphane Mallarmé. Claude Debussy adapted it into a symphonic-poem ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' and it was adapted into a ballet as ''Afternoon of a Faun'' by Vaslav Nijinsky, Jerome Robbins, and Tim Rushton.
28th Sep '16 5:40:06 PM justanid
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* ''L'après-midi d'un faune'' (''The Afternoon of a Faun'') is a poem by Stéphane Mallarmé. Claude Debussy adapted it into a symphonic-poem ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' and a ballet as ''Afternoon of a Faun'' by Vaslav Nijinsky, Jerome Robbins, and Tim Rushton.



[[folder: Other ]]

* Mallarme's poem, the tone-poem based on the poem, and the ballet based on the tone-poem, all sharing a name: L'Apres-midi d'un faun (TheAfternoonOfAFaun).

[[/folder]]


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

This list shows the last 10 events of 140. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.FaunsandSatyrs