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* BeastMan - The Feline race can range from LittleBitBeastly to full-on bipedal panthers, while Fermin are small [[RatMan humanoid rats]].

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* BeastMan - The Feline race can range from LittleBitBeastly to full-on bipedal panthers, while Fermin are small [[RatMan [[RatMen humanoid rats]].


* BeastMan - The Feline race can range from LittleBitBeastly to full-on bipedal panthers, while Fermin are small [[RatMan humanoid rats]].



* PettingZooPeople - The Feline race can range from LittleBitBeastly to full-on bipedal panthers, while Fermin are small humanoid rats.

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* TheBadGuyWins - Macon succeeds in framing Kelovath for the mass murders HE committed, became King of Larket, and even married Kelovath's lover.


* WorldOfBadass - Most player characters can kick some sort of ass. Even the {{Non Action Guy}}s tend to be resourceful and brave.

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* WingedHumanoid - Avians, along with some draconians and dragons-in-human-form.
* WorldOfBadass - Most player characters can kick some sort of ass. Even the {{Non Action Guy}}s tend to be resourceful and brave.brave.
* YourCheatingHeart - There are a number of characters who have been caught up in affairs, with [[GoodAdulteryBadAdultery varying levels]] of sympathy.


* RealLifeWritesThePlot - Because the story is so dependent on players being available to roleplay, absences can wreak havoc. In Skylei's case, she ended up in a coma for several months while her player was away.


* AbortedArc - There's an entire page on the game wiki devoted to these.
* AdjectiveAnimalAlehouse - The [[AlliterativeName Dancing Destrier]] and the Hanging Corpse come to mind.



* AerithAndBob - You can name your character almost anything, leading to this.
* TheAgeless - Dragons and vampires.
* AllThereInTheManual - The game's wiki includes information on the races, classes, locations, and everything else a player needs to know.
* AndTheAdventureContinues - The nature of the game means new things are always happening. Always.
* AnIcePerson - Cryomancy. Examples include Emilia and Xzavior.
* AscendedFanboy - Outside of Sven, the game's owner, all the admin started as regular players.
* AsskickingEqualsAuthority - Only the strongest may rule Frostmaw.
* AwesomeMcCoolname



* BarBrawl - Used to be a nightly occurrence in Kelay Tavern. Still happens on occasion, but not nearly so much.
* BeneathTheEarth - Trist'oth and the Underdark, the drow realm. Also Craughmoyle, the dwarven city.
* BewareTheNiceOnes - Even the nicest characters can and will kick ass when push comes to shove. One notable is Hildegarde, the epitome of knightly chivalry and compassion, who stormed a city and ripped a man's throat out for kidnapping Josleen.
* BodyguardingABadass - Hildegarde, the Warrior Queen of Frostmaw, has a Queensguard.



* FantasticRacism - It was bound to happen.

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* FailOSuckyname - Generally averted, as badly named characters are sent to the Stupid Name Room and the players made to create a new character.
* FantasticRacism - It was bound to happen. The "evil" races generally get it the worst, especially the drow and fermin.

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Can be found at http://www.hollowgame.com.


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* FantasticRacism - It was bound to happen.


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* HalfHumanHybrid / NonHumanHumanoidHybrid- Nearly any race can mate with nearly any other... but their offspring will be sterile, preventing [[UnevenHybrid Uneven]] and {{Heinz Hybrid}}s.
* LovableCoward - Pilar, who is basically [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Fluttershy]] in vampire form.


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* MedievalEuropeanFantasy - The main setting of Hollow. Granted, there's nothing stopping you from making a character that hails from a FantasyCounterpartCulture of any realm of your choosing. The geography of the planet outside Lithrydel is vague for that very reason.
* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch / TokenHeroicOrc - You can find drow, vampires, orcs, and other "villainous" races on the side of good.
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame
* OurVampiresAreDifferent - They can walk in sunlight and the typical anti-vampire tools like crosses and garlic have no effect. However, dragon's blood has [[PoisonIsAcid poisonous/corrosive properties]] to them.
* OutsideContextProblem - The invading Preklek force, a bunch of [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent reptilian]] aliens who ripped open a portal into Hollow... Twice.
* PettingZooPeople - The Feline race can range from LittleBitBeastly to full-on bipedal panthers, while Fermin are small humanoid rats.

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* CrapsackWorld - Something is always going wrong somewhere in Lithrydel. Always.


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* {{Magocracy}} - The de facto leader of Xalious Village is the Archmage of the Mage's Guild, since that's where it's based, and no one has come along to try and change it (except Josleen, whose attempts were derailed by the summoning of an EldritchAbomination).

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''The World Called Hollow'' is a text-based MultiUserDungeon RolePlayingGame set in the fantasy land of Lithrydel, more commonly known as "Hollow." The world is shaped in its entirety by the player characters and their actions.

!Tropes that can be associated with The World Called Hollow:

* ActionGirl - Most female characters.
* BadassPreacher - The Priest class.
* FighterMageThief - There are actually several varieties of each class to choose from. Warriors, Knights, Paladins, Death Knights, Mages, Illusionists, Necromancers, Druids, Thieves, and Assassins, among others.
* MagicMusic - The specialty of the Bard class.
* PluckyGirl - Josleen may not be a powerful warrior or mage, but that doesn't stop her from running into a city of hostile giants to steal medical supplies.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot - Because the story is so dependent on players being available to roleplay, absences can wreak havoc. In Skylei's case, she ended up in a coma for several months while her player was away.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead - There are so many. SO. MANY.
* WorldOfBadass - Most player characters can kick some sort of ass. Even the {{Non Action Guy}}s tend to be resourceful and brave.

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