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==Capabilities==
 
==Capabilities==
User with this ability either is or can transform into an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll Troll] (including [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fomorians Fomorians] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jötunn Jötunn]), Primal beings that are connected to Chaos and the uncontrollable/destructive forces of nature including Darkness, Mist, Cold and others.
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User with this ability either is or can transform into a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll Troll] (including [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fomorians Fomorians] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jötunn Jötunn]), primal beings that are connected to chaos and the uncontrollable/destructive forces of nature including darkness, mist, cold and others.
   
Trolls are notoriously variable beings, both in appearance, (humanoid, usually) and size (smaller than human to something closer to geological range): average troll could be described as close to human in size and form if somewhat homely looking, give or take horns, unusually shaped/sized ears, possibly tail and/or fur and coloration. Some are wildly more variable in number and/or proportions of eyes, arms and/or heads, they may have scales or a skin or rock/bark etc., larger ones may have trees growing on them. And few are supernaturally beautiful.
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Trolls are notoriously variable beings, both in appearance (humanoid, usually) and size (smaller than human to something closer to gigantic range). The average troll could be described as close to human in size and form (if somewhat homely looking), a presence (or absence) of horns, unusually shaped/sized ears, possibly a tail and/or fur, and unusual coloration. Some are wildly more variable in the number and/or proportions of eyes, arms and/or heads, they may have scales or a skin or rock/bark etc., and larger ones may have trees growing on them. Few trolls are supernaturally, or even naturally, beautiful.
   
 
==Applications==
 
==Applications==
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==Limitations==
 
==Limitations==
*As beings of wild nature, trolls aren't particularly smart.
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*As beings of a wild nature, trolls aren't particularly smart.
   
 
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natalie-troll.jpg|Natalie (Halloweentown High)
 
natalie-troll.jpg|Natalie (Halloweentown High)
norsetroll.png|A Troll attacking a farmer (Norse Mythology)
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norsetroll.png|A troll attacking a farmer (Norse Mythology)
 
familyoftrolls.jpg|A family of four trolls
 
familyoftrolls.jpg|A family of four trolls
 
Olafbuffy.jpg|Olaf (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
 
Olafbuffy.jpg|Olaf (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

Revision as of 21:01, April 23, 2015

"Physically, they could be anywhere from two to fifteen feet tall, with almost any number and arrangement of heads and arms. One and two-headed trolls were the most common, but there were reports of up to a dozen. Some were gangly and spindle-limbed, and others had legs like tree trunks. The saying was that the gods made trolls out of leftovers."
― Tales of MU

Power to use the abilities of trolls. Variation of Mythic Physiology.

Also Called

  • Fomorian Mimicry/Physiology
  • Jotunn Mimicry/Physiology
  • Troll Mimicry

Capabilities

User with this ability either is or can transform into a Troll (including Fomorians and Jötunn), primal beings that are connected to chaos and the uncontrollable/destructive forces of nature including darkness, mist, cold and others.

Trolls are notoriously variable beings, both in appearance (humanoid, usually) and size (smaller than human to something closer to gigantic range). The average troll could be described as close to human in size and form (if somewhat homely looking), a presence (or absence) of horns, unusually shaped/sized ears, possibly a tail and/or fur, and unusual coloration. Some are wildly more variable in the number and/or proportions of eyes, arms and/or heads, they may have scales or a skin or rock/bark etc., and larger ones may have trees growing on them. Few trolls are supernaturally, or even naturally, beautiful.

Applications

Variations

Associations

Limitations

  • As beings of a wild nature, trolls aren't particularly smart.

Know Users

See Also: All Trolls Are Different

  • Trolls (Folklore/Mythology)
  • Jotun (Viking Mythology)
  • Fomorians (Celtic Mythology)
  • Troll King (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy)
  • Trolls (Homestuck)
  • Trundle (League of Legends)
  • Trolls (Warcraft)
  • Trolls (Tolkien)
  • Olaf (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • SupahDouk (The Final Vidya)
  • Vol'jin (Warcraft)
  • Drakaru (Warcraft)
  • Natalie (Halloweentown High)
  • Trolls (Harry Potter)
  • Trolls (Disney's Frozen)

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