This is also the reason why Nixies and Nokks frequently wear skirts, so they don’t destroy their pants when they shapeshift their legs into tails. Ricky, the Dogpatch Avalon Nokk, wears tear-away sports pants for this reason as well.
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Has there been medallion wearers playing in horror films? Or in ‘freak’ shows? Bug bears come to mind, of course, but those with animal shapes could easily play in films with a false owners and make some dosh as a tame animal doing tricks on commend.
Working as an exhibit in carnival/circus freak shows, yes. The door guard for the LA, Django Henja.
James Finn also worked as a roustabout for the same circus.
See their entries on the Characters page.
I always thought our guy here just liked going barefoot to be honest. I mean, quite a few people do.
Couldn’t Ricky wear a kilt?
Ike with that mountain man beard. Lol
What’s the market for magical Hulk-grade stretchy pants?
If only they came in some other color besides purple…
What they really need are clothes made of Lee-Kirby “unstable molecules.”
Are there any Welsh people in the Liverpool Avalon?
Abbie okypete, the harpy owner of the nightclub, is Welsh, her husband Tim may be welsh too.
I wonder what the reaction to starwars was like for the avaloniens? Thinking face emoji.
Probably very much like the majority of the rest of the western world, back in 1977/1978 when Star Wars was first released in the cinemas.
I would think a Nokk like Ricky might choose to go regimental in a Scottish kilt.
There are people known for being able to eat anything, you know like this guy who could eat pins and screws and that guy who ate an airplane. Could that guy be Sanford’s dad? Or just a human turned manticore having fun?
Are there Dullahan in the Skin Deep Universe? Also in reference to reader question 98 did anyone know that it is Heracles in Greek and Hercules is the Roman name? His name literally translates to Glory of Hera, given by his mother in hopes Hera wouldn’t totally mess up his life as a form of revenge for Zeus cheating on her. (Spoilers it back fired.) But his actually birth name was Alcaeus. I feel that since everyone refers to him as a Greek hero he should be more known using his Greek variation.