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13th Jan '17 5:25:06 PM PRH
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** And there ''are'' NPC Draenei Rogues (in ''Warlords of Draenor'', you can even have one as a follower in your Garrison. As well as an ''ogre'' rogue, who are normally even bigger than draenei and tauren), likely because of Blizzard being a TrollingCreator.

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** And there ''are'' NPC Draenei Rogues (in ''Warlords of Draenor'', you can even have one as a follower in your Garrison. As well as an ''ogre'' rogue, rogue (specced in subtlety!), who are normally even bigger than draenei and tauren), likely because of Blizzard being a TrollingCreator.
9th Jan '17 5:23:44 PM WillKeaton
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-->'''[[http://www.yamara.com/alcott/arcalula.html Arcalula Tooke]], cyborg halfling:''' And of course, who hasn't heard of the legendary '''Chibi''' -- the halfling Jester/Samurai of Japan?
* ''Hereville: The Webcomic''. Mirka is [[http://www.hereville.com/webcomic/ yet another troll-fighting 11-year-old orthodox Jewish schoolgirl]].
* The furry fantasy comic ''[[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/trpeal/ Fight, Cast, or Evade]]'' has Stillwell, a surprisingly light-on-his-feet elephant thief. Also, the trunk comes in handy with [[http://www.furaffinity.net/view/6386664/ pick-pocketing]].

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-->'''[[http://www.yamara.com/alcott/arcalula.html Arcalula Tooke]], Tooke,]] cyborg halfling:''' And of course, who hasn't heard of the legendary '''Chibi''' -- the halfling Jester/Samurai of Japan?
* ''Hereville: The Webcomic''. Mirka is [[http://www.hereville.com/webcomic/ yet another troll-fighting 11-year-old orthodox Jewish schoolgirl]].
schoolgirl.]]
* The furry fantasy comic ''[[http://www.furaffinity.net/user/trpeal/ Fight, Cast, or Evade]]'' has Stillwell, a surprisingly light-on-his-feet elephant thief. Also, the trunk comes in handy with [[http://www.furaffinity.net/view/6386664/ pick-pocketing]].pick-pocketing.]]
9th Jan '17 5:22:15 PM WillKeaton
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** There's also the InUniverse fictional character of Blasto, a Hanar ''Spectre'' who speaks in parodies of action movie quotes ("Enkindle THIS!"). The Elcor have also put on a production of Hamlet, which seems unintuitive as Elcor communicate by speaking in monotone and simply announcing their emotion at the begining of each sentence. No wonder it ended up running 14-hours.

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** There's also the InUniverse fictional character of Blasto, a Hanar ''Spectre'' who speaks in parodies of action movie quotes quotes. ("Enkindle THIS!"). THIS!") The Elcor have also put on a production of Hamlet, which seems unintuitive as unintuitive, since Elcor communicate by speaking in monotone and simply announcing their emotion at the begining beginning of each sentence. No wonder it ended up running 14-hours.
9th Jan '17 5:20:11 PM WillKeaton
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* There are a few Hutt [[WarriorMonk Jedi]] in the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse, which runs rather counter to their reputation as sleazy gangster slugs. At least one of those Hutt Jedi fell to TheDarkSide, though. There was also a Hutt Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic...and while "politician" might not seem such an out-of-place occupation for a sleazy gangster slug, Chancellor Blotus was known for being noble and utterly incorruptible, and one of the Republic's finest leaders in its 25,000 year history.

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* There are a few Hutt [[WarriorMonk Jedi]] in the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse, ''StarWars'' [[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]], which runs rather counter to their reputation as sleazy gangster slugs. At least one of those Hutt Jedi fell to TheDarkSide, though. There was also a Hutt Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic...and while "politician" might not seem such an out-of-place occupation for a sleazy gangster slug, Chancellor Blotus was known for being noble and utterly incorruptible, and one of the Republic's finest leaders in its 25,000 year history.
15th Nov '16 12:40:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* Moles in ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' are stolid, salt-of-the-earth types, specializing in tunneling, cooking and building. As of ''Sable Quean'', we have [[AwesomeMcCoolName Axtel Sturnclaw]], giant-hammer-wielding Bloodwrath-using mole {{Badass}}.

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* Moles in ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' are stolid, salt-of-the-earth types, specializing in tunneling, cooking and building. As of ''Sable Quean'', we have [[AwesomeMcCoolName Axtel Sturnclaw]], giant-hammer-wielding Bloodwrath-using mole {{Badass}}.badass.
5th Oct '16 11:13:18 PM Ramidel
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* In ''VideoGame/MasterOfMagic'', a wizard with any color of magic can use any race. However, it's generally agreed that the most broadly-useful color synergy for the rapacious, mana-ridden Dark Elves is Life magic.
25th Sep '16 8:55:30 AM MarsJenkar
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** ''Warlords of Draenor'' brings us Dagg, an Ogre follower for your garrison...who's a ''subtlety rogue''. Ogres are even larger and heftier than pandaren (above), and aren't often known for their cleverness (besides the two-headed ogre-magi, which Dagg is not) or stealth. It's implied that Dagg gets around his obvious size issue by pretending to be imprisoned in a cage (when you recruit him outside your garrison, he's actually ''wearing'' the cage in question), and [[SmarterThanYouLook possibly using other, similar ploys]].
17th Sep '16 2:10:52 PM Astaroth
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* One of the companions in ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights: Shadows of Undrentide'' is Xanos Messarmos, a half-orc barbarian/sorcerer. Which is actually not that strange as these are both brute-ish classes, although his spellcasting is slightly hindered by half-orcs taking a charisma penalty.

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* ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights'':
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One of the companions in ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights: Shadows ''Shadows of Undrentide'' is Xanos Messarmos, a half-orc barbarian/sorcerer. Which is actually not that strange as these are both brute-ish classes, although his spellcasting is slightly hindered by half-orcs taking a charisma penalty.penalty.
** The item "Lyrics of the Lich" was created by Rachzin Pala, who became a bard after his transformation into [[OurLichesAreDifferent a lich]]. Despite the oddity of his career choice, he became very successful through playing particularly mournful dirges at funerals for the rich and powerful.



** ''Storm of Zehir'' does it twice with cohorts. Belueth the Calm is a NeutralEvil aasimar rogue. Aasimar are humans with a good-aligned outsider for an ancestor; they have +2 Wis and Cha, and their favored class is paladin.
** Then there's Grykk Bannersworn, a half-orc ''paladin''.
** And of course there's Gann in ''Mask of the Betrayer'', a hagspawn spirit shaman.

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** ''Storm of Zehir'' does it twice with cohorts. has Belueth the Calm is Calm, a NeutralEvil aasimar rogue. Aasimar are humans with a good-aligned outsider for an ancestor; they have +2 Wis and Cha, and their favored class is paladin.
** Then there's Grykk Bannersworn, a half-orc ''paladin''.
''paladin'', also from ''Storm of Zehir''.
** And of course there's Gann Gannayev-of-Dreams in ''Mask of the Betrayer'', a hagspawn spirit shaman.
13th Sep '16 6:45:53 AM StFan
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** Belkar Bitterleaf of the Order of the Stick -- a ChaoticEvil halfling ranger with a level or two of barbarian, making him the deadliest three-foot-tall dagger-wielding [[MemeticMutation Sexy Shoeless God of War]] in the world. He also has fairly poor stats as a ranger, not even having enough Wisdom to cast spells. His teammate Durkon Thundershield is a dwarf cleric, even though dwarves don't get the same bonuses as elves and humans in the vaguely-D&D setting of the strip.

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** Belkar Bitterleaf of the Order of the Stick -- a ChaoticEvil halfling ranger with a level or two of barbarian, making him the deadliest three-foot-tall dagger-wielding [[MemeticMutation Sexy Shoeless God of War]] in the world. He also has fairly poor stats as a ranger, not even having enough Wisdom to cast spells. His teammate Durkon Thundershield is a dwarf cleric, even though dwarves don't get the same bonuses as elves and humans in the vaguely-D&D setting of the strip.
26th Aug '16 3:19:11 PM margdean56
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Occasionally this is the reason the PluckyComicRelief seems so inept; it's just misplaced interest into something inappropriate for them.

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Occasionally this is the reason the PluckyComicRelief seems so inept; it's just misplaced interest into in something inappropriate for them.
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