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The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo
Female Redhead Pirate Rogue | Dungeons and Dragons | Pirate woman, Halfling rogue, Fantasy art
The premise had six friends Hank, Diana, Eric, Presto, Sheila and Bobby take a ride in an amusement park and suddenly find themselves in a Heroic Fantasy setting simply called The Realm. They are instantly garbed in clothes fitting their character classes and quickly gain a companion in a unicorn foal named Uni. A Mysterious Benefactor , known only as Dungeon Master, gives each of them an enchanted item to help them survive in that world and promises to help them find a way home. Together, the kids look for a way home Dungeon Master mysteriously appears at seemingly random times, restricting his help to quest assignments and giving advice in the form of cryptic riddles that frustrate the kids to no end. This cartoon has the distinction of being one of the few Hasbro-related cartoons not owned by Hasbro.
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Gnomes are a fantasy race consisting of small, earthy and probably smelly men and women who possess magical powers and often look prematurely aged. The gnome as a mythical race dates back only as far as the Renaissance, when the writer Paracelsus created them for Liber de Nymphis, Sylvanis, Pygmaeis, Salamandris, et Gigantibus etc. Graecum est, non legitur is the origin of our modern colloquialism "it's all Greek to me. Gnomes then took off as a result of Romanticism, when the English word "gnome" was coopted as a general blanket term for the "little people" - the vast assortment of small fairy -people from folklore across the many differing regions of Europe, essentially rolling together creatures like the dwarf , goblin and kobold into a single generic term.