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11th Jan '16 12:29:03 PM Andyroid
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* Ghouls are one of the playable races in ''TabletopGame/SmallWorld''. Their racial power is the ability to keep all their pieces in play and continue expanding their territory when they go into decline, unlike other races.
6th Jan '16 3:12:20 AM kikiandlala
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* In Tanith Lee's ''Tales of the Flat Earth'', ghouls are powerful supernatural beings that appear as beautiful humans and are incredibly at love-making. They are an evil race and enjoy eating humans as a delicacy. Ghouls are a dying race since they practice incestuous breeding at the brother and sister level, but can interbreed with humans. The mightiest ghouls are nearly indestructible as no spell or physical force can harm them, a way to defeat one is to shine a light at it and then cut out its shadow. Its supernatural nature makes the shadow a corporeal thing and without a shadow, a ghoul is helpless and can be killed with normal means.
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* In Tanith Lee's ''Tales of the Flat Earth'', ghouls are powerful supernatural beings that appear as beautiful humans and are incredibly gifted at love-making. They are an evil race and enjoy eating humans as a delicacy. Ghouls are were a dying race reduced to a mere handful, since they practice incestuous breeding at the brother and sister level, but level. Ghouls can interbreed with humans.humans though the resulting offspring are weaker than a pure ghoul with succeeding generations further degenerating. The mightiest ghouls are nearly indestructible as no spell or physical force can harm them, a way to defeat one is to shine a light at it and then cut out its shadow. Its supernatural nature makes the shadow a corporeal thing and without a shadow, a ghoul is helpless and can be killed with normal means. The entire race meet their end when they annoy the demon princess, Azhriaz the Night's Daughter, who magically seal them within their city and they turn on each other, succumbing eventually to cannibalism or starvation.
6th Jan '16 3:06:07 AM kikiandlala
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* In Tanith Lee's ''Tales of the Flat Earth'', ghouls are powerful supernatural beings that appear as beautiful humans and are incredibly at love-making. They are an evil race and enjoy eating humans as a delicacy. Ghouls are a dying race since they practice incestuous breeding at the brother and sister level, but can interbreed with humans. The mightiest ghouls are nearly indestructible as no spell or physical force can harm them, a way to defeat one is to shine a light at it and then cut out its shadow. Its supernatural nature makes the shadow a corporeal thing and without a shadow, a ghoul is helpless and can be killed with normal means.
6th Jan '16 2:56:00 AM kikiandlala
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* The ghouls that appear in Caitlin R Kiernan's ''Threshold'' and ''Low Red Moon'' novels were influenced by Lovecraft. The ghouls are beings with canine-like faces and orange eyes that come from another world through dimensional portals. Capable of interbreeding with humans, they are also experts in sorcery and will kidnap human children to raise as hired agents to do their bidding.

* The ghouls that appear in Caitlin R Kiernan's ''Threshold'' and ''Low Red Moon'' were influenced by Lovecraft. The ghouls are beings with canine-like faces and orange eyes that come from another world through dimensional portals. Capable of interbreeding with humans, they are also experts in sorcery and will hire human agents to do their bidding.
6th Jan '16 2:47:45 AM kikiandlala
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* The ghouls that appear in Caitlin R Kiernan's ''Threshold'' and ''Low Red Moon'' were influenced by Lovecraft. The ghouls are beings with canine-like faces and orange eyes that come from another world through dimensional portals. Capable of interbreeding with humans, they are also experts in sorcery and will hire human agents to do their bidding.
6th Jan '16 2:37:01 AM kikiandlala
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* In ''Literature/TheCrescentMoonKingdoms'' ghuls are summoned, and are made from various materials such as bone, sand, or water.
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* In ''Literature/TheCrescentMoonKingdoms'' ghuls are summoned, summoned and come in different varieties, and are usually made from various materials such as bone, sand, or water.water combined with something symbolic of taint such as maggots. The worst are the legendary skin ghuls which are completely immortal and can only be defeated by killing the summoner. Unlike the others, skin ghuls are created by curses from a decapitated head that has been animated with black magic.
1st Dec '15 4:47:54 PM Shadoboy
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** Of course, based on the classic definitions of the word, Forsaken characters qualify as ghouls, being undead that can eat corpses to heal.
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** Of course, based on the classic definitions of the word, Forsaken characters qualify as ghouls, being undead that can eat corpses to heal. Unlike the ghouls of the series, the forsaken are free-willed, intelligent and can even be civilized, if resentful towards living beings. Making alliance with them means having a TokenEvilTeammate.
15th Nov '15 5:59:06 AM Albertosaurus
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* ''Literature/MordantsNeed'' has ghouls that are green, child-like creatures that absorb every living being they touch and multiply by splitting themselves like bacteria.
19th Sep '15 5:37:02 PM NemoSpecific
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** A sleazy reporter becomes dinner for the charitable organization known as the [[FunwithAcronyms Grateful Homeless Outcasts and Unwanted Lawaway Society]] while investigating the murders of the city's homeless population in the episode "Mournin' Mess".
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** A sleazy reporter becomes dinner for the charitable organization known as the [[FunwithAcronyms Grateful Homeless Outcasts and Unwanted Lawaway Layaway Society]] while investigating the murders of the city's homeless population in the episode "Mournin' Mess".
1st Aug '15 2:54:18 PM WillBGood
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* [[CthulhuMythos Lovecraftian Ghouls]] -- Ghouls as a living and non-human species, often with [[Creator/HPLovecraft Lovecraft's]] distinctive canine muzzle and ears, and with a pale or greenish cast. Other types of ghouls as their own living race do occasionally appear in other media.
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* [[CthulhuMythos Lovecraftian Ghouls]] -- Ghouls as a living and non-human species, often with [[Creator/HPLovecraft Lovecraft's]] distinctive canine muzzle and ears, and with a pale or greenish cast. Other types of ghouls as their own living race do occasionally appear in other media.
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