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* BizarreSexualDimorphism: Trolls and Trollops- Trolls are huge, muscular, have arms that hang below their knees, and are covered in thick fur. Trollops look like extremely attractive human women with green hair.


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* SexyDimorphism: Trolls and Trollops- Trolls are huge, muscular, have arms that hang below their knees, and are covered in thick fur. Trollops look like extremely attractive human women with green hair.


* BeastMan: Quite a few dimensions' natives qualify, such as the [[FoxFolk Swamp Foxes]] from ''Myth-Chief'' and the [[RatMan rodent- and terrier-like inhabitants]] of Ratislava. The Ghords of Aegis vary wildly in appearance, but most have human bodies with the [[NonHumanHead head]] and feet of some animal appropriate to their AncientEgypt-flavored culture.

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* BeastMan: Quite a few dimensions' natives qualify, such as the [[FoxFolk Swamp Foxes]] from ''Myth-Chief'' and the [[RatMan [[RatMen rodent- and terrier-like inhabitants]] of Ratislava. The Ghords of Aegis vary wildly in appearance, but most have human bodies with the [[NonHumanHead head]] and feet of some animal appropriate to their AncientEgypt-flavored culture.

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* MadArtist: The aforementioned frog sculpture is described as being the last work its creator fashioned "before" he went mad.


** ''Myth-Taken Identity'' gives us the following PainfulRhyme:

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** ''Myth-Taken Identity'' gives us the following PainfulRhyme:following:


* BeastMan: Quite a few dimensions' natives qualify, such as the [[FoxFolk Swamp Foxes]] from ''Myth-Chief'' and the [[RatMan rodent- and terrier-like inhabitants]] of Ratislava. The Ghords of Aegis vary wildly in appearance, but most have human bodies with the [[NonHumanHead head]] and feet of some animal appropriate to their AncientEgypt-flavored culture.



* PettingZooPeople: Quite a few dimensions' natives qualify, such as the Swamp Foxes from ''Myth-Chief'' and the rodent- and terrier-like inhabitants of Ratislava. The Ghords of Aegis vary wildly in appearance, but most have human bodies with the head and feet of some animal appropriate to their AncientEgypt-flavored culture.


* HumanSubspecies: The natives of Jahk are human, but their athletes have been self-selecting for size and strength so long that they've effectively become this trope, in contrast to the out-of-shape fans.

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* HumanSubspecies: The natives of Jahk are human, but their athletes have been self-selecting for size and strength so long that they've effectively become this trope, in contrast to the out-of-shape fans. Aahz doesn't initially believe they're the same race.

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* CagedInsideAMonster: In ''Myth-ing Persons'', Aahz is imprisoned in a living tower with the head of a gargoyle. Designed to hold vampires, it swallows any who try to escape in corporeal form, and inhales any who try to escape in mist form.

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* NotSoDifferent: Chumley muses that Vic from ''Myth-ing Persons'' is a lot like Skeeve. Skeeve and Dorinda in ''Myth-Fits'' realize that they have a lot in common.


** Fans picked up the madness and ran with it. You can find HoylesRulesOfDragonPoker on Wiki/ThisVeryWiki.

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** Fans picked up the madness and ran with it. You can find HoylesRulesOfDragonPoker TabletopGame/HoylesRulesOfDragonPoker on Wiki/ThisVeryWiki.

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** Tananda physically resembles a woman in her twenties, but she mentions more than once that she's known Aahz for centuries. Many other characters also mention that they've been around for very long times, despite not looking particularly old.

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** Fans picked up the madness and ran with it. You can find HoylesRulesOfDragonPoker on ThisVeryWiki.

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** Fans picked up the madness and ran with it. You can find HoylesRulesOfDragonPoker on ThisVeryWiki.Wiki/ThisVeryWiki.

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** In ''Little Myth Marker'', the Ax's strategy of getting close to assassination-targets is very similar to that of a minor character from ''Literature/TheTravellerInBlack'' stories, although in the Ax's case it's used for ''character'' assassination, not literal.


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** Don't youse be makin' fun of how Guido talks, know what I mean? He had to practice a lot to get that speech pattern down in the first place.
** Never, ''ever'' refer Aahz as a "Pervert."
** Rattila actually ''weaponizes'' this trope: he hates it when his mall-rat mooks call him "Ratty", but when he realizes his anger helps him unleash destructive magic, he ''orders'' them to do so when (and only when) he tells them to.

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* BerserkButton:
** Don't youse be makin' fun of how Guido talks, know what I mean? He had to practice a lot to get that speech pattern down in the first place.
** Never, ''ever'' refer Aahz as a "Pervert."
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BerserkButton: Rattila actually ''weaponizes'' this trope: he hates it when his mall-rat mooks call him "Ratty", but when he realizes his anger helps him unleash destructive magic, he ''orders'' them to do so when (and only when) he tells them to.


* WeCouldHaveAvoidedAllThis: In ''Mything Persons'', first Aahz and then Skeeve venture into Limbo to track down some people who'd committed fraud at the Bazaar, because they'll have to pay off the defrauded customers if they don't. [[spoiler: It's revealed at the end that the fraudsters hadn't actually had ''time'' to con many people, so they could've paid off the customers out of petty cash. But they'd neglected to ask the Bazaar's representative how much compensation was due.]]
** Skeeve's problems in ''Myth Alliances'' could've been avoided if [[spoiler: he'd never listened to Zol Icty's advice, and simply ''asked'' the Pervect Ten for their side of the story.]]

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