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24th Jul '17 8:30:54 AM BeerBaron
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** Likewise, the Kothringi, a race of [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation silver-skinned]] menfolk also native to the Black Marsh, were known to have a tribal and primitive society. If they were more "noble" or more "savage" remains unknown, however. It is known that they served in [[BadassArmy the legions]] of the 2nd Empire, which would make them seem more "noble" to human historians at least. Like the Lilmothiit, they were presumed to be rendered extinct by the Knahaten Flu.
30th Jun '17 11:50:44 AM BeerBaron
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** The series' [[OurGiantsAreBigger Giants]] are a moderately intelligent and nomadic race, viewed as primitive by the other races of Tamriel. However, they [[TheBeastmaster tend to mammoth herds]], generally [[GentleGiant do not attack others unless provoked]], are capable of learning some basic Tamriellic speech, and [[DueToTheDead will carry deceased Giants to sacred burial grounds]].
29th Jun '17 8:14:42 AM BeerBaron
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** The series' backstory mentions the Lilmothiit, a race of [[PettingZooPeople "Fox Folk"]] native to Black Marsh as being primitive, tribal, and nomadic. Unfortunately, they were rendered extinct in the 2nd Era in a combination of conflicts with the [[LizardFolk Argonians]] and the [[MysticalPlague Knahaten Flu]]. Exactly where they fall on the scale between "noble" and "savage" is thus unknown.
30th May '17 3:32:00 PM mkmckoy
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* The [[WebAnimation/DorklyOriginals Dorkly]] article, “[[http://www.dorkly.com/post/60847/these-8-characters-are-definitely-going-to-die These Eight Characters are Definitely Going to Die]]”, includes in the list, "[[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Honorable Warrior Guy]]".

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* The [[WebAnimation/DorklyOriginals Dorkly]] ''[[WebAnimation/DorklyOriginals Dorkly]]'' article, “[[http://www.dorkly.com/post/60847/these-8-characters-are-definitely-going-to-die These Eight Characters are Definitely Going to Die]]”, includes in the list, "[[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Honorable Warrior Guy]]".
30th May '17 8:59:19 AM mkmckoy
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* The [[WebAnimation/DorklyOriginals Dorkly]] article, “[[http://www.dorkly.com/post/60847/these-8-characters-are-definitely-going-to-die These Eight Characters are Definitely Going to Die]]”, includes in the list, "[[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Honorable Warrior Guy]]".
-->'''How They’re Going to Die''': Saying something about “ancestors”.
-->'''Why''': [[SarcasmMode Definitely not]] because these characters are a mish-mosh of racist caricatures from the colonial era.
5th May '17 11:27:04 AM BeerBaron
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** In the series in general, more often than not {{Averted|Trope}} with the Bosmer (Wood Elves), or at least the majority of ones who live outside Valenwood; most Wood Elves in Tamriel live in cities and work everyday jobs. The ones who do live in Valenwood, on the other hand, live according to the Green Pact, which prevents them from eating any of the forest's plant life, leading to some... [[{{Squick}} unconventional dietary choices]], or forming any kind of industry as we know it - they can't cut down trees to build houses, so they use magic to reshape the trees into homes, and they can't mine iron or steel so they fashion their bows and blades out of bone, and their armour out of leather. Despite this, most Valenwood Wood Elves are rather light-hearted and approachable, and more likely to invite you to dinner than eat you.

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** In the series in general, more often than not {{Averted|Trope}} with the [[OurElvesAreDifferent Bosmer (Wood Elves), Elves)]], or at least the majority of ones who live outside Valenwood; most Wood Elves [[LostWoods Valenwood]]. Most Bosmer in Tamriel live in cities and work everyday jobs. The ones who do live in Valenwood, on the other hand, live according to the Green Pact, a deal their ancestors struck with the forest's patron deity which prevents them from eating harming any of the forest's plant life, leading to some... [[{{Squick}} unconventional dietary [[ImAHumanitarian unconventional]] [[AlienLunch dietary]] [[GargleBlaster choices]], or forming any kind of industry as we know it - they can't cut down trees to build houses, so they use magic to reshape the trees into homes, and they can't mine iron or steel so [[RockBeatsLaser they fashion their bows and blades out of bone, bone and horn, and their armour armor out of leather. leather or fur]] ([[ArmorIsUseless when they bother to wear it at all]]). Despite this, most Valenwood Wood Elves Bosmer are rather light-hearted and approachable, and more likely to invite you to dinner than eat you.[[ToServeMan make you dinner]].
1st May '17 10:53:04 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': While initially a wildling, Osha later tidies up a bit and settles down, though she's just as badass as ever.
16th Apr '17 3:14:06 PM nombretomado
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** Some Feral World tribes are this, as are the Fenrisians (Space Vikings), the best of which are allowed to join the SpaceWolves (Viking-ier Space Vikings), and the White Scars (Space Mongols).

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** Some Feral World tribes are this, as are the Fenrisians (Space Vikings), the best of which are allowed to join the SpaceWolves [[Literature/SpaceWolf Space Wolves]] (Viking-ier Space Vikings), and the White Scars (Space Mongols).
16th Apr '17 3:01:51 PM nombretomado
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* In Lee Lightner's TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} SpaceWolf novel ''Sons of Fenris'', after Ragnor expresses a blunt opinion, Torin says one day he will teach him not to act like a barbarian. Ragnor retorts that you can trust a barbarian.

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* In Lee Lightner's TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} SpaceWolf Literature/SpaceWolf novel ''Sons of Fenris'', after Ragnor expresses a blunt opinion, Torin says one day he will teach him not to act like a barbarian. Ragnor retorts that you can trust a barbarian.
15th Apr '17 1:19:37 PM nombretomado
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* SMStirling's ''Literature/IslandInTheSeaOfTime'' plays this fairly straight with the Firnan Boholugi, subverts it with their enemies the Sun People and subverts it with the Olmec (much to the shock of some of the more naive characters).

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* SMStirling's Creator/SMStirling's ''Literature/IslandInTheSeaOfTime'' plays this fairly straight with the Firnan Boholugi, subverts it with their enemies the Sun People and subverts it with the Olmec (much to the shock of some of the more naive characters).
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