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12th Jul '17 8:15:01 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''FanFic/ThePalaververse'': Tyrant Fairy Floss of Ovarn is a diminutive, elderly ewe that fits every outward sign of the GrannyClassic down to the serene expression and pince-nez glasses. She’s also survived a lifetime of Ovarn’s cutthroat politics, can make hardened Archons quake in fear, and can have someone who annoys her assassinated seven different ways inside of a week.

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* ''FanFic/ThePalaververse'': Tyrant Fairy Floss of Ovarn is a diminutive, elderly ewe that fits every outward sign of the GrannyClassic down to the serene expression and pince-nez glasses. She’s also survived a lifetime of Ovarn’s cutthroat politics, politics and can make hardened Archons quake in fear, and can have someone fear. As she herself says,
--> "Don't get cruel with an old lady
who annoys her assassinated could assassinate you in seven different ways inside of a week.before the week was out, dear."
11th Jul '17 12:56:47 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''FanFic/ThePalaververse'': Tyrant Fairy Floss of Ovarn is a diminutive, elderly ewe that fits every outward sign of the GrannyClassic down to the serene expression and pince-nez glasses. She’s also survived a lifetime of Ovarn’s cutthroat politics, can make hardened Archons quake in fear, and can have someone who annoys her assassinated seven different ways inside of a week.
6th Jul '17 6:55:44 PM Schismatism
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* The Order of Notaries Public in ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'' are led by a little old lady who just so happens to be able to [[http://skin-horse.com/comic/todays-comic-765/ take down Unity with but a tap.]] It's a prized skill of the ancient order.
4th Jul '17 5:37:21 PM nombretomado
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** TheOtherWiki calls Golda Meir the "strong-willed, straight-talking, grey-bunned grandmother of the Jewish people."

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** TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki calls Golda Meir the "strong-willed, straight-talking, grey-bunned grandmother of the Jewish people."
26th Jun '17 7:42:29 PM DrOO7
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* Ernestine Shepherd, who at 75 years old, is in the Guiness Book of Records as the world's oldest female bodybuilder and runs 10 miles ''every morning''. To top it off, she didn't even start working out until she was 56.

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* Ernestine Shepherd, who at 75 Shepherd is 81 years old, and is in the Guiness Book of Records as the world's oldest female bodybuilder and bodybuilder. She runs 10 miles ''every morning''. To top it off, she morning'' and didn't even start working out until she was 56.
24th Jun '17 1:06:23 PM gb00393
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* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'', the aforementioned Olenna Tyrell gets a lot more screentime than her book counterpart, which by all counts is a good thing since she's played by Diana Rigg. Apart from what she does in the books[[note]]including the legendary poisoning of King Joffrey Baratheon[[/note]], she's also shown to be one of the few who can claim to be an equal to [[CoolOldGuy Tywin]] [[EvilOldFolks Lannister]] and makes this quite clear to him to his face.

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* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'', the ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** The
aforementioned Olenna Tyrell gets a lot more screentime than her book counterpart, which by all counts is a good thing since she's played by Diana Rigg. Apart from what she does in the books[[note]]including the legendary poisoning of King Joffrey Baratheon[[/note]], she's also shown to be one of the few who can claim to be an equal to [[CoolOldGuy Tywin]] [[EvilOldFolks Lannister]] and makes this quite clear to him to his face.face.
** Maege Mormont is one of the few females fighting alongside Northmen and leading a noble house.
9th Jun '17 2:48:22 PM nombretomado
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* ''WhateleyUniverse''. Mrs. Carson is in at least her 70s with grandchildren. She scares the crap out of the entire student population of Whateley Academy at one point. Students are seen wondering who had the balls to prank her. On Halloween, she beat the crap out of and nearly killed a nearly-invincible cyborg ''without help''. It helps that she is Lady Astarte, a big-name superheroine.

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* ''WhateleyUniverse''.''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''. Mrs. Carson is in at least her 70s with grandchildren. She scares the crap out of the entire student population of Whateley Academy at one point. Students are seen wondering who had the balls to prank her. On Halloween, she beat the crap out of and nearly killed a nearly-invincible cyborg ''without help''. It helps that she is Lady Astarte, a big-name superheroine.
25th May '17 12:47:41 AM wedekit
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** During the Dance of the Dragons, a devastating war of succesion between the royal Targaryen family, one of the combatants was the Princess Rhaenys Targaryen, whose moniker was "''The Queen Who Never Was''". In a war that had primarily been fought by younger men, Rhaenys is remembered as being as being fierce and fearless in her 50s as she was in her 20s. Lord Staunton, a staunch supporter of Princess Rhaenyra's claim, had his holdfast, Rook's Rest, placed under siege by the opposing claimant, King Aegon II. He sent a plea for succor to Princess Rhaenyra which she decided to refuse and forbade her sons from going to his aid as well. Princess Rhaenys, in her mid 50s, responded by mounting her dragon, Meleys (the ''Red Queen''), and flying to his rescue. Upon her arrival, it is revealed that the siege was a trap and she was ambushed by her younger cousins, King Aegon II and Prince Aemond on their dragons Sunfyre and Vhagar, respectively. "''Princess Rhaenys made no attempt to flee. [[DyingMomentofAwesome With a glad cry and a crack of her whip, she turned Meleys toward the foe.]] Against Vhagar alone she might have had some chance, for the Red Queen was old and cunning, and no stranger to battle. Against Vhagar and Sunfyre together, doom was certain.''" While ''the Queen Who Never Was'' and her dragon were killed during the ensuing battle, she managed to inflict grevious wounds to the King and permanently disabled his mount, Sunfyre.

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** During the Dance of the Dragons, a devastating war of succesion between the royal Targaryen family, one of the combatants was the Princess Rhaenys Targaryen, whose moniker was "''The Queen Who Never Was''". In a war that had primarily been fought by younger men, Rhaenys is remembered as being as being fierce and fearless in her 50s as she was in her 20s. Lord Staunton, a staunch supporter of Princess Rhaenyra's claim, had his holdfast, Rook's Rest, placed under siege by the opposing claimant, King Aegon II. He sent a plea for succor to Princess Rhaenyra which she decided to refuse and forbade her sons from going to his aid as well.ignored. Princess Rhaenys, in her mid 50s, responded by mounting her dragon, Meleys (the ''Red Queen''), and flying to his rescue. Upon her arrival, it is revealed that the siege was a trap and she was ambushed by her younger cousins, King Aegon II and Prince Aemond on their dragons Sunfyre and Vhagar, respectively. "''Princess Rhaenys made no attempt to flee. [[DyingMomentofAwesome With a glad cry and a crack of her whip, she turned Meleys toward the foe.]] Against Vhagar alone she might have had some chance, for the Red Queen was old and cunning, and no stranger to battle. Against Vhagar and Sunfyre together, doom was certain.''" While ''the Queen Who Never Was'' and her dragon were killed during the ensuing battle, she managed to inflict grevious wounds to the King and permanently disabled his mount, Sunfyre.
25th May '17 12:42:11 AM wedekit
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** During the Dance of the Dragons, a devastating war of succesion between the royal Targaryen family, one of the combatants was the Princess Rhaenys Targaryen, whose moniker was "''The Queen Who Never Was''". In a war that had primarily been fought by younger men, Rhaenys is remembered as being as being fierce and fearless in her 50s as she was in her 20s. Lord Staunton, a staunch supporter of Princess Rhaenyra's claim, had his holdfast, Rook's Rest, placed under siege by the opposing claimant, King Aegon II. He sent a plea for succor to Princess Rhaenyra which she decided to refuse and forbade her sons from going to his aid as well. Princess Rhaenys, in her mid 50s, responded by mounting her dragon, Meleys (the ''Red queen''), and flying to his rescue. Upon her arrival, it is revealed that the siege was a trap and she was ambushed by her younger cousins, King Aegon II and Prince Aemond on their dragons Sunfyre and Vhagar, respectively. "''Princess Rhaenys made no attempt to flee. [[DyingMomentofAwesome With a glad cry and a crack of her whip, she turned Meleys toward the foe.]] Against Vhagar alone she might have had some chance, for the Red Queen was old and cunning, and no stranger to battle. Against Vhagar and Sunfyre together, doom was certain.''" While ''the Queen Who Never Was'' and her dragon were killed during the ensuing battle, she managed to inflict grevious wounds to the King and permanently disabled his mount, Sunfyre.

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** During the Dance of the Dragons, a devastating war of succesion between the royal Targaryen family, one of the combatants was the Princess Rhaenys Targaryen, whose moniker was "''The Queen Who Never Was''". In a war that had primarily been fought by younger men, Rhaenys is remembered as being as being fierce and fearless in her 50s as she was in her 20s. Lord Staunton, a staunch supporter of Princess Rhaenyra's claim, had his holdfast, Rook's Rest, placed under siege by the opposing claimant, King Aegon II. He sent a plea for succor to Princess Rhaenyra which she decided to refuse and forbade her sons from going to his aid as well. Princess Rhaenys, in her mid 50s, responded by mounting her dragon, Meleys (the ''Red queen''), Queen''), and flying to his rescue. Upon her arrival, it is revealed that the siege was a trap and she was ambushed by her younger cousins, King Aegon II and Prince Aemond on their dragons Sunfyre and Vhagar, respectively. "''Princess Rhaenys made no attempt to flee. [[DyingMomentofAwesome With a glad cry and a crack of her whip, she turned Meleys toward the foe.]] Against Vhagar alone she might have had some chance, for the Red Queen was old and cunning, and no stranger to battle. Against Vhagar and Sunfyre together, doom was certain.''" While ''the Queen Who Never Was'' and her dragon were killed during the ensuing battle, she managed to inflict grevious wounds to the King and permanently disabled his mount, Sunfyre.
25th May '17 12:41:07 AM wedekit
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** During the Dance of the Dragons, a devastating war of succesion between the royal Targaryen family, one of the combatants was the Princess Rhaenys Targaryen, whose moniker was "''The Queen Who Never Was''". In a war that had primarily been fought by younger men, Rhaenys is remembered as being as being fierce and fearless in her 50s as she was in her 20s. Lord Staunton, a staunch supporter of Princess Rhaenyra's claim, had his holdfast, Rook's Rest, placed under siege by the opposing claimant, King Aegon II. He sent a plea for succor to Princess Rhaenyra which she decided to refuse and forbade her sons from going to his aid as well. Princess Rhaenys, in her mid 50s, responded by mounting her dragon, Meleys (the ''Red queen''), and flying to his rescue. Upon her arrival, it is revealed that the siege was a trap and she was ambushed by her younger cousins, King Aegon II and Prince Aemond on their dragons Sunfyre and Vhagar, respectively. ''"Princess Rhaenys made no attempt to flee. [[DyingMomentofAwesome With a glad cry and a crack of her whip, she turned Meleys toward the foe.]] Against Vhagar alone she might have had some chance, for the Red Queen was old and cunning, and no stranger to battle. Against Vhagar and Sunfyre together, doom was certain."'' While ''the Queen Who Never Was'' and her dragon were killed during the ensuing battle, she managed to inflict grevious wounds to the King and permanently disabled his mount, Sunfyre.

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** During the Dance of the Dragons, a devastating war of succesion between the royal Targaryen family, one of the combatants was the Princess Rhaenys Targaryen, whose moniker was "''The Queen Who Never Was''". In a war that had primarily been fought by younger men, Rhaenys is remembered as being as being fierce and fearless in her 50s as she was in her 20s. Lord Staunton, a staunch supporter of Princess Rhaenyra's claim, had his holdfast, Rook's Rest, placed under siege by the opposing claimant, King Aegon II. He sent a plea for succor to Princess Rhaenyra which she decided to refuse and forbade her sons from going to his aid as well. Princess Rhaenys, in her mid 50s, responded by mounting her dragon, Meleys (the ''Red queen''), and flying to his rescue. Upon her arrival, it is revealed that the siege was a trap and she was ambushed by her younger cousins, King Aegon II and Prince Aemond on their dragons Sunfyre and Vhagar, respectively. ''"Princess "''Princess Rhaenys made no attempt to flee. [[DyingMomentofAwesome With a glad cry and a crack of her whip, she turned Meleys toward the foe.]] Against Vhagar alone she might have had some chance, for the Red Queen was old and cunning, and no stranger to battle. Against Vhagar and Sunfyre together, doom was certain."'' ''" While ''the Queen Who Never Was'' and her dragon were killed during the ensuing battle, she managed to inflict grevious wounds to the King and permanently disabled his mount, Sunfyre.
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