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Trolls from four countries


Someday I might get sick of trolls, but today is not that day.

27th April 2016

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1 year ago #9479775        
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I can't help but notice that the norwegian troll is wery inspiered by the verson drawn and painted by Theodor Kittelsen. And this confuses me, because in the northern part of Norway, were I live, trolls don't look like that. They look much more like huge humans, and in many tales, troll women or girls are described as wery beautiful. They also turn to stone, and die, if the sun shines on them.
The northen verson of the huldra, or hulde-folk, is also quite different.



3 months ago #9631768        
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the American Troll( or more well known as the internet troll): A person (usually on the internet) who tries (and some times succeeds) to anger you and/ or other people. There size and size of groups they live in vary. As well as if they like the sun or not. If you encounter one, just ignore it, and it will soon stop pestering you. They will NEVER eat some one, and are actually quite harmless. Annoying, but harmless.



1 year ago #9479556        
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Nice! Sad that Finnish trolls aren't included though. Would've been cool to see the complete Nordic set :)



1 year ago #9479356        
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Aww, the Danish trolls sound cute.



1 year ago #9478957        
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In Finland, our trolls are are various sizes... most popular troll we have is named Rölli-peikko, he is human sized, have tail and wear a lot of clothes, don't wear shoes... he has fuzzy hair, pointy ears and some facial hear. He likes to do pranks, and he has no problem with sun. We also have mountain-sized trolls that have trees growing on them, and then we have really hairy, ugly ones that are known to be stupid and smell awful. They also steal human children because they prefer "pretty pale skin".. or something like that. :D



2 months ago #9644006        
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Most importantly Homestuck trolls; Also called Alternians they are aliens from another dimension. They do not eat humans, though they look similar;but with grey skin and horns their reproduction is more akin to insects. With two trolls (gender is erelavent.) giving their "genetic material" to a mother grub who lays thousands of eggs depending on the strength of genes in the "incestus Slurry". Because of this they never know their parents. They are instead raised by monsters known as Lusus! (Btw Troll babies are essentially Grubs called wrigglers.) and that's not even talking about blood color hierarchy, confusing romance, the fact that they leave their home world to the kids while the adults go to conquer, or the lusus themselves. Also sunlight will blind them permanently! Hey in any culture Trolls sure are weird! :)



5 months ago #9617653        
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When I lived in Iceland, everything pertaining to Trolls had them with tails, I don't know if that was added late in their culture or not, but I never saw anything with them without tails. In their folklore They were greasy, greedy, hungry, lazy, evil creatures with predominantly black hair and black fur on the tip of their tails that ate everything - most of them, anyways. The Christmas Trolls were an exception. They were 12 born-again Christian troll brothers that were just mischievous - I guess old habits die hard.



1 year ago #9482938        
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This Danish troll turns up a lot in her art. I think of him traveling the the world and seeing all the mythological people and animals.




1 year ago #9479690        
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So once again the danish ones are sexy ones



1 year ago #9479394        
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This is great!



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