History Main / MountainMan

13th Apr '17 11:55:25 AM Willbyr
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* The "Hiker", one of the many different standard Trainer types in ''[[{{Pokemon}} Pokémon]]''.

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* The "Hiker", one of the many different standard Trainer types in ''[[{{Pokemon}} Pokémon]]''.
''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''.
28th Mar '17 10:51:42 PM Theriocephalus
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Common equipment includes various traps, a rifle (often anachronistic), and of course a ''really'' big knife, either a Bowie Knife, or an Arkansas Toothpick.

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Common equipment includes various traps, a rifle (often anachronistic), and of course a ''really'' big knife, either a Bowie Knife, Knife or an Arkansas Toothpick.
27th Jan '17 6:27:41 PM Specialist290
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See also {{Prospector}} and NatureHero.

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See also {{Prospector}} {{Prospector}}, ThePioneer, and NatureHero.
20th Dec '16 11:30:55 AM mrnickname
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* UsefulNotes/FidelCastro and his guerrillas deliberately cultivated this image, when fighting the Cuban government forces from their mountain hideouts.

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* ** UsefulNotes/FidelCastro and his guerrillas deliberately cultivated this image, when fighting the Cuban government forces from their mountain hideouts.
20th Dec '16 11:30:27 AM mrnickname
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** In Sweden a mountain man was a person who worked in the mountain iron mines, most famously in Berslagen and Dalarna. They where nearly always armed (since the Swedish Yeomen - much like the English - where required by law to own a certain set of weapons during the middle ages.) And occasionally used them against the King, the Sherriff, or anyone else they felt threatened their interests. Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson is the most famous example of a Swedish mountain man rebel. Sometimes however, they fought ''for'' the king, like in the case of Gustav Vasa and his Dalecarlians (men from Dalarna.) In a similar vein, people who had committed crimes would ''always'' recieve amnesty, if they took up work in a mountain mine (except if they had done murder or high treason.) Where they where guarded by "mountain soldiers" who most likely were serving a sentence themselves. Needless to say, they where not nice people.

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** In Sweden a mountain man was a person who worked in the mountain iron mines, most famously in Berslagen and Dalarna. They where were nearly always armed (since the Swedish Yeomen - much like the English - where were required by law to own a certain set of weapons during the middle ages.) And occasionally used them against the King, the Sherriff, or anyone else they felt threatened their interests. Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson is the most famous example of a Swedish mountain man rebel. Sometimes however, they fought ''for'' the king, like in the case of Gustav Vasa and his Dalecarlians (men from Dalarna.) In a similar vein, people who had committed crimes would ''always'' recieve received amnesty, if they took up work in a mountain mine (except if they had done murder or high treason.) Where they where were guarded by "mountain soldiers" who most likely were serving a sentence themselves. Needless to say, they where were not nice people.
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* UsefulNotes/FidelCastro and his guerrillas deliberately cultivated this image, when fighting the Cuban government forces from their mountain hideouts.
4th Dec '16 12:50:03 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/RobertEHoward's Breckenridge Elkins: a 19th century Mountain Man, PlayedForLaughs and, although not well known now, at the time of his death, Howard's most popular character. These days it's ConanTheBarbarian.

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* Creator/RobertEHoward's Breckenridge Elkins: a 19th century Mountain Man, PlayedForLaughs and, although not well known now, at the time of his death, Howard's most popular character. These days it's ConanTheBarbarian.Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian.
13th Sep '16 4:58:32 AM mrnickname
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* In Sweden a mountain man was a person who worked in the mountain iron mines, most famously in Berslagen and Dalarna. They where nearly always armed (since the Swedish Yeomen - much like the English - where required by law to own a certain set of weapons during the middle ages.) And occasionally used them against the King, the Sherriff, or anyone else they felt threatened their interests. Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson is the most famous example of a Swedish mountain man rebel. Sometimes however, they fought ''for'' the king, like in the case of Gustav Vasa and his Dalecarlians (men from Dalarna.) In a similar vein, people who had committed crimes would ''always'' recieve amnesty, if they took up work in a mountain mine (except if they had done murder or high treason.) Where they where guarded by "mountain soldiers" who most likely where serving a sentence themselves. Needless to say, they where not nice people.

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* ** In Sweden a mountain man was a person who worked in the mountain iron mines, most famously in Berslagen and Dalarna. They where nearly always armed (since the Swedish Yeomen - much like the English - where required by law to own a certain set of weapons during the middle ages.) And occasionally used them against the King, the Sherriff, or anyone else they felt threatened their interests. Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson is the most famous example of a Swedish mountain man rebel. Sometimes however, they fought ''for'' the king, like in the case of Gustav Vasa and his Dalecarlians (men from Dalarna.) In a similar vein, people who had committed crimes would ''always'' recieve amnesty, if they took up work in a mountain mine (except if they had done murder or high treason.) Where they where guarded by "mountain soldiers" who most likely where were serving a sentence themselves. Needless to say, they where not nice people.
13th Sep '16 4:57:00 AM mrnickname
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* In Sweden a mountain man was a person who worked in the mountain iron mines, most famously in Berslagen and Dalarna. They where nearly always armed (since the Swedish Yeomen - much like the English - where required by law to own a certain set of weapons during the middle ages.) And occasionally used them against the King, the Sherriff, or anyone else they felt threatened their interests. Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson is the most famous example of a Swedish mountain man rebel. Sometimes however, they fought ''for'' the king, like in the case of Gustav Vasa and his Dalecarlians (men from Dalarna.)
In a similar vein, people who had committed crimes would ''always'' recieve amnesty, if they took up work in a mountain mine (except if they had done murder or high treason.) Where they where guarded by "mountain soldiers" who most likely where serving a sentence themselves. Needless to say, they where not nice people.

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* In Sweden a mountain man was a person who worked in the mountain iron mines, most famously in Berslagen and Dalarna. They where nearly always armed (since the Swedish Yeomen - much like the English - where required by law to own a certain set of weapons during the middle ages.) And occasionally used them against the King, the Sherriff, or anyone else they felt threatened their interests. Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson is the most famous example of a Swedish mountain man rebel. Sometimes however, they fought ''for'' the king, like in the case of Gustav Vasa and his Dalecarlians (men from Dalarna.)
) In a similar vein, people who had committed crimes would ''always'' recieve amnesty, if they took up work in a mountain mine (except if they had done murder or high treason.) Where they where guarded by "mountain soldiers" who most likely where serving a sentence themselves. Needless to say, they where not nice people.
13th Sep '16 4:55:48 AM mrnickname
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* In Sweden a mountain man was a person who worked in the mountain iron mines, most famously in Berslagen and Dalarna. They where nearly always armed (since the Swedish Yeomen - much like the English - where required by law to own a certain set of weapons during the middle ages.) And occasionally used them against the King, the Sherriff, or anyone else they felt threatened their interests. Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson is the most famous example of a Swedish mountain man rebel. Sometimes however, they fought ''for'' the king, like in the case of Gustav Vasa and his Dalecarlians (men from Dalarna.)
In a similar vein, people who had committed crimes would ''always'' recieve amnesty, if they took up work in a mountain mine (except if they had done murder or high treason.) Where they where guarded by "mountain soldiers" who most likely where serving a sentence themselves. Needless to say, they where not nice people.
24th Jun '16 7:12:06 AM Imperios
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** And, of course, Scots.
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