History Main / GardenOfEvil

21st Mar '17 6:31:31 PM nombretomado
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* Probably quite a few gardens in {{Nightside}}. Best known - runaway garden/[[HungryJungle jungle]] in front of Griphon estate. Also some of the places on the other sides of timeslips.

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* Probably quite a few gardens in {{Nightside}}.{{Literature/Nightside}}. Best known - runaway garden/[[HungryJungle jungle]] in front of Griphon estate. Also some of the places on the other sides of timeslips.
13th Feb '17 10:05:31 PM Theriocephalus
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* The Assassins' Guild in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' is expanded on in the fics of Creator/AAPessimal. The story '''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5423228/1/Murder-Most-Orrible Murder Most 'Orrible]]''' introduces Doctor Davinia Bellamy, who becomes Botany Teacher at the Guild School. Her preffered means of servicing the needs of the client involves the language of flowers, which inevitably say ''Drop Dead!'' in a variety of elegant ways. Her attitude to gardening involves planting interesting hedgerow and verge plants to mark the boundaries of her property and using pot-plants such as the Apache Hospitality Cactus and a bonsai version of the Pyramid Strangler Vine [[note]]Bonsai is a matter of scale. She has scaled a plant that can grow three hundsred feet tall and occupy an area of several hundred square yards down to a more manageable eight feet or so[[/note]] as security systems in her florists' shop. Her garden is marked with interesting and decorative border plants such as the Hergenian Ironthorn with its long stilleto thorns, the Astoria Trailing Creeper that deals with things like snails, slugs and rats, Catbite[[note]]A plant that thinks catnip is for wimps[[/note]], Lancre Thistles, and nettles that deliver a more painful rash. The Guild of Thieves warns its members about Bellamy-designed gardens. "Do not go there" sums up the warning.

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* The Assassins' Guild in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' is expanded on in the fics of Creator/AAPessimal. The story '''[[https://www.''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5423228/1/Murder-Most-Orrible Murder Most 'Orrible]]''' 'Orrible]]'' introduces Doctor Davinia Bellamy, who becomes Botany Teacher at the Guild School. Her preffered preferred means of servicing the needs of the client involves the language of flowers, which inevitably say ''Drop Dead!'' in a variety of elegant ways. Her attitude to gardening involves planting interesting hedgerow and verge plants to mark the boundaries of her property and using pot-plants such as the Apache Hospitality Cactus and a bonsai version of the Pyramid Strangler Vine [[note]]Bonsai is a matter of scale. She has scaled a plant that can grow three hundsred hundred feet tall and occupy an area of several hundred square yards down to a more manageable eight feet or so[[/note]] as security systems in her florists' florist shop. Her garden is marked with interesting and decorative border plants such as the Hergenian Ironthorn with its long stilleto thorns, the Astoria Trailing Creeper that deals with things like snails, slugs and rats, Catbite[[note]]A plant that thinks catnip is for wimps[[/note]], Lancre Thistles, and nettles that deliver a more painful rash. The Guild of Thieves warns its members about Bellamy-designed gardens. "Do not go there" sums up the warning.
9th Jan '17 7:58:40 PM Whitewings
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* The Assassins' Guild in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' is expanded on in the fics of Creator/AAPessimal. The story '''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5423228/1/Murder-Most-Orrible Murder Most 'Orrible]]''' introduces Doctor Davinia Bellamy, who becomes Botany Teacher at the Guild School. Her preffered means of servicing the needs of the client involves the language of flowers, which inevitably say ''Drop Dead!'' in a variety of elegant ways. Her attitude to gardening involves planting interesting hedgerow and verge plants to mark the boundaries of her property and using pot-plants such as the Apache Hospitality Cactus and a bonzai'd version of the Pyramid Strangler Vine [[note]]Bonzai is a matter of scale. She has scaled a plant that can grow three hundsred feet tall and occupy an area of several hundred square yards down to a more manageable eight feet or si[[/note]] as security systems in her florists' shop. Her garden is marked with interesting and decorative border plants such as the Hergenian Ironthorn with its long stilleto thorns, the Astoria Trailing Creeper that deals with things like snails, slugs and rats, Catbite[[note]]A plant that thinks catnip is for wimps[[/note]], Lancre Thistles, and nettles that deliver a more painful rash. The Guild of Thieves warns its members about Bellamy-designed gardens. "Do not go there" sums up the warning.

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* The Assassins' Guild in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' is expanded on in the fics of Creator/AAPessimal. The story '''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5423228/1/Murder-Most-Orrible Murder Most 'Orrible]]''' introduces Doctor Davinia Bellamy, who becomes Botany Teacher at the Guild School. Her preffered means of servicing the needs of the client involves the language of flowers, which inevitably say ''Drop Dead!'' in a variety of elegant ways. Her attitude to gardening involves planting interesting hedgerow and verge plants to mark the boundaries of her property and using pot-plants such as the Apache Hospitality Cactus and a bonzai'd bonsai version of the Pyramid Strangler Vine [[note]]Bonzai [[note]]Bonsai is a matter of scale. She has scaled a plant that can grow three hundsred feet tall and occupy an area of several hundred square yards down to a more manageable eight feet or si[[/note]] so[[/note]] as security systems in her florists' shop. Her garden is marked with interesting and decorative border plants such as the Hergenian Ironthorn with its long stilleto thorns, the Astoria Trailing Creeper that deals with things like snails, slugs and rats, Catbite[[note]]A plant that thinks catnip is for wimps[[/note]], Lancre Thistles, and nettles that deliver a more painful rash. The Guild of Thieves warns its members about Bellamy-designed gardens. "Do not go there" sums up the warning.
1st Dec '16 3:55:56 AM GoblinCipher
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** The whole of Gorgrond is an enormous jungle filled with mutated plants and a race of PlantPeople mad geneticists, complete with a marsh of cursed mushrooms with MoreThanMindControl powers. The worst part is the Everbloom, an outdoor "dungeon" where the party races to stop a Genesaur from escaping through a portal into Stormwind.

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** The whole of Gorgrond is an enormous jungle filled with mutated plants and a race of PlantPeople mad geneticists, complete with a marsh of cursed mushrooms with MoreThanMindControl MindControl powers. The worst part is the Everbloom, an outdoor "dungeon" where the party races to stop a Genesaur from escaping through a portal into Stormwind.
1st Dec '16 3:55:15 AM GoblinCipher
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** About a dozen different areas qualify, but the Plaguelands are probably the best example; two whole zones infested with TheUndead and covered in [[OminousFog orange mist]], where most wildlife is either dying or diseased and the plants appear to be mutating into [[FungusHumongous giant fungi]].

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** About a dozen different areas qualify, but the Eastern Plaguelands are probably the best example; two a whole zones zone infested with TheUndead and covered in [[OminousFog orange mist]], where most wildlife is either dying or diseased and the plants appear to be mutating into [[FungusHumongous giant fungi]].fungi]].
** The east wing of Dire Maul is an old elvish garden that's become tainted by the demons who since moved in, and where all the plants will now try to strangle or poison you.



** The east wing of Dire Maul also qualifies, being an old elvish garden that's become tainted by the demons who since moved in, and where all the plants will now try to strangle or poison you.

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** The east wing whole of Dire Maul also qualifies, being Gorgrond is an old elvish garden that's become tainted by the demons who since moved in, and where all the enormous jungle filled with mutated plants will now try and a race of PlantPeople mad geneticists, complete with a marsh of cursed mushrooms with MoreThanMindControl powers. The worst part is the Everbloom, an outdoor "dungeon" where the party races to strangle or poison you.stop a Genesaur from escaping through a portal into Stormwind.
** Northern Val'sharah in the Broken Isles is a (literally) Nightmarish twisted jungle of horrible creatures spilling out from the Legion invading the Emerald Dream. The Darkheart Thicket and the Emerald Nightmare are the corresponding dungeon and raid.
1st Dec '16 3:49:26 AM GoblinCipher
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** The previous game, ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaAriaOfSorrow'', featured the Floating Gardens. While the plantlife was actually rather pleasant, the garden itself didn't stay fixed in one location, as you randomly teleported from inside the castle to about a mile away floating in the sky whenever you went to the next screen.
** ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' had a hedge maze. While not filled with corrupted plant life, the Frankenstein's Monster Gardner and two hounds that were initially just statues by the main entrance would chase you throughout the entire stage. It also had a rose garden, where the flowers are red from the blood that's used to water them.
28th Oct '16 8:31:00 PM MrNickelodeon
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* The theme of Ride/BuschGardens' Howl-O-Scream event in 2011 and 2012, "The Dark Side of the Gardens", revolved around a creepy supernatural garden filled with evil plants and many hordes of zombies.

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* The theme of Ride/BuschGardens' Howl-O-Scream Theatre/HowlOScream event in 2011 and 2012, "The Dark Side of the Gardens", revolved around a creepy supernatural garden filled with evil plants and many hordes of zombies.
21st Oct '16 12:20:45 PM 8BrickMario
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* The Other World's garden in ''{{WesternAnimation/Coraline}}'' becomes one, where the previously-whimsical plants turn on Coraline once the Other World is revealed to be more of a nightmare than a fantasy.
18th Oct '16 4:39:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* There were two in ''{{Jumanji}}''. One had a prehensile tongue-like vine that could pull people towards its mouth where it presumably planned to eat them. The vine had enough strength to fold a police car. The second variant were purple flowers that shot out poisonous barbs.

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* There were two in ''{{Jumanji}}''.''Film/{{Jumanji}}''. One had a prehensile tongue-like vine that could pull people towards its mouth where it presumably planned to eat them. The vine had enough strength to fold a police car. The second variant were purple flowers that shot out poisonous barbs.



* In the ''{{Uglies}}'' world, vast swaths of the (presumed American) wilderness have become a desert, and what isn't desert is taken over by the "white weed." The protagonist is told that the weed is a species of orchid that was very rare and very expensive, and scientists genetically modified the flower to grow faster and healthier. It soon became so invasive that it choked out all other forms of plant life and ruined the soil.

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* In the ''{{Uglies}}'' ''Literature/{{Uglies}}'' world, vast swaths of the (presumed American) wilderness have become a desert, and what isn't desert is taken over by the "white weed." The protagonist is told that the weed is a species of orchid that was very rare and very expensive, and scientists genetically modified the flower to grow faster and healthier. It soon became so invasive that it choked out all other forms of plant life and ruined the soil.
18th Oct '16 4:38:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* The hedge of thorns conjured by Maleficent in Disney's ''Disney/SleepingBeauty''.

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* The hedge of thorns conjured by Maleficent in Disney's ''Disney/SleepingBeauty''.

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* The hedge of thorns conjured by Maleficent in Disney's ''Disney/SleepingBeauty''.
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