History Webcomic / FuzzyKnights

25th Feb '15 11:29:29 PM yunatwilight
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* '''Ben''', a rabbit, who [[FakeNationality swears he's Scotish]] and the bane of the group, frequently driving Mossfoot's campaigns OffTheRails and generally being a {{Munchkin}}. Once in a while though, his hair-brained schemes actually pan out.

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* '''Ben''', a rabbit, who [[FakeNationality swears he's Scotish]] Scottish]] and is the bane of the group, frequently driving Mossfoot's campaigns OffTheRails and generally being a {{Munchkin}}. Once in a while though, his hair-brained schemes actually pan out.
17th Jul '14 7:33:49 PM supercomputer276
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* WhosOnFirst: After arriving in England but before Ben and Target arrive, Mossfoot and Violet try a one-on-one game and Violet names the three characters she controls with shortened names Hoo, Whut, and Ida Kno. It quickly devolves into this when she needs them to stand on three tiles.
17th Jul '14 10:57:21 AM supercomputer276
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* TriggerPhrase: "Life's a game." [[spoiler:Allows the speaker, usually their creator [=HamaEstra=], to take full control of the [=REFs=].]]

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* TriggerPhrase: "Life's a game." [[spoiler:Allows the speaker, usually their creator [=HamaEstra=], [[spoiler:[=HamaEstra=]'s password to take full control of the [=REFs=].[=REFs=]. Fembunny is capable of doing the same by imitating his voice. When he makes his move, he changes the password, though we never learn what it is.]]
16th Jul '14 6:43:35 PM supercomputer276
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* BullyingADragon: Ben to [=HamaEstra=] during their F.I.G.H.T. round together.
15th Jul '14 5:49:34 PM supercomputer276
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** Stats for characters in this system occasionally show up in the comic's margins.
25th Jan '14 10:47:32 PM sgyme
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25th Jan '14 10:41:57 PM nombretomado
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''Fuzzy Knights'' is the work of Noah J.D. Chinn, who made the initial strips as a one-shot homage to ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', using stuffed animals, miniature paper props and a digital camera because "it was all I had". The strips ended up becoming very popular (praised by the late GaryGygax, even) and Kenzer and Company, the KOTD publisher, made a deal to host the strip officially, and later published two dead tree volumes and a Fuzzy Knights RPG book.

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''Fuzzy Knights'' is the work of Noah J.D. Chinn, who made the initial strips as a one-shot homage to ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', using stuffed animals, miniature paper props and a digital camera because "it was all I had". The strips ended up becoming very popular (praised by the late GaryGygax, Creator/GaryGygax, even) and Kenzer and Company, the KOTD publisher, made a deal to host the strip officially, and later published two dead tree volumes and a Fuzzy Knights RPG book.
18th Feb '13 9:18:39 AM Roo
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** "Hoody Hoot, Mon!" Used exclusively by Ben.


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* IdiotBall: Occasionally the characters pick it up, mainly because if an in-universe RuleOfFunny (the world of Fuzzies is dominated by the rules of NarrativeCausality, after all).
-->'''Mossfoot:''' You know, sometimes I get the feeling we're really, really dense.


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* NarrativeCausality: It's called "The Story." Because Fuzzies are created by human imagination, their world runs on stories and story rules.
11th Aug '12 11:54:34 AM FELH2
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''Fuzzy Knights'' is the work of Noah J.D. Chinn, who made the initial strips as a one-shot homage to ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', using stuffed animals, miniature paper props and a digital camera because "it was all I had". The strips ended up becoming very popular (praised by the late GaryGygax, even) and Kenzer and Company, the KOTD publisher, made a deal to host the strip officially, and later published two dead tree volumes and a Fuzzy Knights RPG book.

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''Fuzzy Knights'' is the work of Noah J.D. Chinn, who made the initial strips as a one-shot homage to ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', using stuffed animals, miniature paper props and a digital camera because "it was all I had". The strips ended up becoming very popular (praised by the late GaryGygax, even) and Kenzer and Company, the KOTD publisher, made a deal to host the strip officially, and later published two dead tree volumes and a Fuzzy Knights RPG book.



* CollectiveGroan: [[http://www.kenzerco.com/images/periodicals/TTC/phpslideshow.php?directory=.¤tPic=79 "It's the same thing, right? Right?"]]

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* CollectiveGroan: [[http://www.kenzerco.com/images/periodicals/TTC/phpslideshow.php?directory=.¤tPic=79 "It's the same thing, right? Right?"]]



* FakeCrossover: Fuzzy versions of well-known characters occasionally make cameos in the comic, such as Bert and Ernie from ''Series/SesameStreet'' and Brian from ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', but while they do look and act like the real characters, they're really just plush toys based on them. Kachooloo is an interesting variant, as it's heavily hinted that he's the spirit of the [[CthulhuMythos real Cthulhu]] trapped in a powerless plush body thanks to a botched summoning by Ben.

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* FakeCrossover: Fuzzy versions of well-known characters occasionally make cameos in the comic, such as Bert and Ernie from ''Series/SesameStreet'' and Brian from ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', but while they do look and act like the real characters, they're really just plush toys based on them. Kachooloo is an interesting variant, as it's heavily hinted that he's the spirit of the [[CthulhuMythos real Cthulhu]] trapped in a powerless plush body thanks to a botched summoning by Ben.



* LawyerFriendlyCameo: The roleplaying games the gang plays, [[WordOfGod according to the FAQ]]. Hackmaster carries over from ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable''.

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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: The roleplaying games the gang plays, [[WordOfGod according to the FAQ]]. Hackmaster carries over from ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable''.''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable''.



* {{Munchkin}}: Ben will do anything for experience points. In the ''Tabletop Crusaders'' storyline he's been getting lessons from a fuzzy version of Brian from ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable''.

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* {{Munchkin}}: Ben will do anything for experience points. In the ''Tabletop Crusaders'' storyline he's been getting lessons from a fuzzy version of Brian from ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable''.''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable''.
29th Jul '12 11:00:45 AM FELH2
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* CollectiveGroan: [[http://www.kenzerco.com/images/periodicals/TTC/phpslideshow.php?directory=.¤tPic=79 "It's the same thing, right? Right?"]]

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* CollectiveGroan: [[http://www.kenzerco.com/images/periodicals/TTC/phpslideshow.php?directory=.¤tPic=79 "It's the same thing, right? Right?"]]



* FakeCrossover: Fuzzy versions of well-known characters occasionally make cameos in the comic, such as Bert and Ernie from ''Series/SesameStreet'' and Brian from ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', but while they do look and act like the real characters, they're really just plush toys based on them. Kachooloo is an interesting variant, as it's heavily hinted that he's the spirit of the [[CthulhuMythos real Cthulhu]] trapped in a powerless plush body thanks to a botched summoning by Ben.

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* FakeCrossover: Fuzzy versions of well-known characters occasionally make cameos in the comic, such as Bert and Ernie from ''Series/SesameStreet'' and Brian from ''KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', but while they do look and act like the real characters, they're really just plush toys based on them. Kachooloo is an interesting variant, as it's heavily hinted that he's the spirit of the [[CthulhuMythos real Cthulhu]] trapped in a powerless plush body thanks to a botched summoning by Ben.



* TheoryOfNarrativeCausality: Similar to ''{{Discworld}}'', The Story is a tangible force which can be exploited by those trained to do so - like a game master. When too many plot-convenient coincidences start happening, it stops being coincidences.

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* TheoryOfNarrativeCausality: Similar to ''{{Discworld}}'', ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'', The Story is a tangible force which can be exploited by those trained to do so - like a game master. When too many plot-convenient coincidences start happening, it stops being coincidences.
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