* A minor one, but pretty awesome. Rincewind tells Hrun to flip a coin. Hrun tells him to call it in the air, heads or tails. He flips it, and...
-->'''Rincewind:''' [[HeadsTailsEdge Edge.]]
** Guess what the coin lands on?
* Any and all accounts of Rincewind's jaded GenreSavvy.
* Twoflower manages to summon up a ''dragon'' -- just by imagining it. And it's better than the dragons summoned up by people who knew it was possible.
* The Luggage, for one, must have quite a lot of these, being [[OverlyNarrowSuperlative the most badass suitcase with feet]] known to man. That eats people.
** Its only function in life is to follow its owner. That shouldn't imply eternal existential rage, carnivorous habits, walk-through-walls stubbornness or the inability to grasp that it flat-out shouldn't be able to [[spoiler:cross dimensions just to complete this task]], but there we are. Nothing can stop it... although it often gets delayed or sent to the wrong location when its owner [[DontExplainTheJoke travels by air.]]
* When the group is faced with [[EldritchAbomination Bel-Shamharoth]], the [[spoiler:DiscOneFinalBoss]] of the story, [[spoiler: Rincewind ultimately defeats it in its true form (a giant eyeball) with [[BlindingCameraFlash the flash from Twoflower's picture box]].]]
* An early awesome moment had Rincewind going to save Twoflower from assassins with merely a few bags of coins.