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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The Land of Oz is a fantasy setting created by L. Frank Baum in his novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.The book has had 39 official sequels published by Reilly & Lee, with the originals generally being called "The Famous Forty", 13 of the sequels being written by Baum, and 35 books illustrated by John R. Neill. L. Frank Baum wrote the second book only to capitalize on the success of the stage version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Reilly & Lee convinced him to write an additional four books, and Baum attempted to end the series after book six, only to be forced to return to the series three years later after some poor theater investments and poor sales on his other fantasy series starring the characters Trot and Cap'n Bill (who were later imported into the Oz books). He wrote a total of 14 books before his death in 1919. With L. Frank Baum's widow Maud Baum's blessing, the series was continued by five different authors (with Ruth Plumly Thompson, the first to continue the series, eventually publishing more Oz books than even Baum). The books came out basically yearly until the output began to slow down in the 1940's, after Thompson left the series and Neill's untimely passing. The last book was published in 1963, 63 years after the first book, with many unauthorised sequels and spinoffs coming afterward once the books began passing into the public domain, including a few by former authors of the Famous Forty, which some fans may consider at least as good as canon, but still unofficial. Here's a list of titles:Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })
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Card-Carrying Villain: The Nome King is a sadistic old bastich who enjoys being angry because it makes everyone around him miserable.
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Gone Horribly Right: The Shaggy Man attempts to use his Love Magnet on the Scoodlers, who are threatening to cook him and the gang into soup. It makes them love him, all right— they assure him that they'd love him in soup.
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Pop-Cultural Osmosis: The Oz books arguably have more of a pop-cultural impact than the movie.
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The Place
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Heterosexual Life-Partners
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: The Scarecrow and the Tin Woodsman; Dorothy and Ozma.
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Flower in Her Hair: Princess Ozma wears big red poppies over both ears like earmuffs. John R. Neill was the first to illustrate her this way, as Baum doesn't mention it in the text.
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The Scarecrow's "brains" are made of oat bran mixed with pins and needles. The Wizard calls them "bran-new brains", and the Lion calls the needles "proof that he is sharp." There's also an interesting Stealth Pun in there: Bran + pins = brains.
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Domed Hometown
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Domed Hometown: The island of the Skeezers in Glinda of Oz is covered by a glass dome, and can be submerged in or raised above the surface of the lake with a spell known only to the queen.
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Unreliable Illustrator: John R. Neill depicts Dorothy as a fashion savvy child with multiple dresses. Dorothy was only supposed to have one dress according to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, though it's possible that she gained a larger wardrobe as the books went on. John R. Neil codified Ozma as a teenager with long, brown curls, which has been her design in almost every media since (including a film that Baum himself was involved with). However Ozma is described with reddish blonde hair in her introduction in The Marvelous Land of Oz. Neil drew Ozma with blonde hair but changed her to a brunette in the next book Ozma of Oz. According to The Tin Woodman Of Oz, Ozma looks fourteen-to-fifteen and Baum himself has stated she should look no older than sixteen. John R. Neil drew most of Ozma's iconic official art but he was very inconsistent on her age, which fluctuates between being Dorothy's age to resembling a 20-something year old. Oftentimes within the same book she changes from a teenager to a little girl. She's not always the only character with an age problem in the illustrations either; take for instance Woot from The Tin Woodman of Oz, who's either a small child or a teenager. In more modern reprintings of the books that use different illustrators, you can usually expect to see even bigger inconsistencies with the text, especially when they blatantly base their illustrations off the 1939 movie.
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In his sixth Oz book, The Emerald City of Oz, the Nomes and a few other unruly tribes of creatures plan to invade Oz, destroy it, and enslave the people. The surprise is initially ruined by Ozma's convenient Magic Picture, allowing her to plan ahead of time. With her trusty Chekhov's Gun, the Magic Belt Dorothy stole from the Nome king in a previous book, Ozma uses its power to dehydrate the army, whose invasion tunnel is conveniently right next to the fountain containing the Water of Oblivion, which makes anyone who drinks of it forget everything. The first thing the invaders do when they come out of the tunnel is drink the water; war avoided.
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Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Handy Mandy in Oz features the adventures of a seven-armed goat herder who finds herself whisked away to Oz via an underground geyser. At several points she does indeed wield a weapon in each hand to go against her enemies, being quite adept at using her extra limbs.
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Literary Agent Hypothesis
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Literary Agent Hypothesis: L. Frank Baum is the Royal Historian of Oz. He has never been there himself, but Dorothy tells him her adventures and other tales from Oz. After Oz was cut off from the world, this was done by a combination of wireless telegraph and Glinda's magic.
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Hurricane of Puns: Baum liked puns. Ruth Plumly Thompson liked them even better. The Scarecrow's "brains" are made of oat bran mixed with pins and needles. The Wizard calls them "bran-new brains", and the Lion calls the needles "proof that he is sharp." There's also an interesting Stealth Pun in there: Bran + pins = brains. The kitchen-supplies-based kingdom of Utensia in The Emerald City of Oz. A sieve is the priest, because he's the holiest one there. A corkscrew is a lawyer, because he's accustomed to appearing at the bar; he's a corking good lawyer, but accused of being crooked, and laments that he has no pull at this court. Inadvertently back then, he often screws people over. The knives make sharp remarks. The fork has a tinny voice. It just keeps going.
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Beauty = Goodness: In general, good witch = pretty, bad witch (unless magically disguised) = ugly. The books often play this straight for other characters as well. Notable exceptions include Mrs. Yoop (a stunner according to the illustrations, but possibly the most terrifying person in all forty of the books) and grotesques like Dr. Pipt and the Braided Man (darlings both, but undeniably odd-looking).
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Shining City
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Shining City: The Emerald City.
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Massive Multiplayer Crossover: In The Road to Oz, when characters from several of the author's other books gather at Ozma's birthday party.
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Single-Palette Town: The Emerald City and each of the four quadrants of Oz: East, Munchkins, blue; West, Winkies, yellow; North, Gilikins, purple; South, Quadlings, red.
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World Building: Maps by Baum depict Oz's four regions and its neighboring kingdoms. The world-building came about because of fans clamoring for more stories and places to explore. (Continuity Snarl ensued.) Baum also got East and West mixed up on his map, and it took decades for future writers to untangle the mess that caused.
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Rapid Aging
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Rapid Aging: In The Lost King of Oz, Dorothy accidentally wishes herself back to America and starts to rapidly grow into a young woman due to the anti-aging spell in Oz. However, when she wishes herself back to Oz, she is a child again. This frightens her into deciding to never go back to America again.
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The Emerald City of Oz has Dorothy and her group facing a series of statues, including one of Dorothy from the time of her first visit. Illustrator J. R. Neill used W. W. Denslow's original version of Dorothy for the statue. (One wonders how Dorothy felt about that old image.)
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Schizo Tech: Oz is a fairyland with wind up robots (Tik-Tok) and cyborgs (The Tin Woodsman).
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Deus ex Machina: Virtually all of the books end this way. Sometimes there's an attempt at setting things up via Chekhov's Gun, but just as often the ending comes completely out of the blue. In his sixth Oz book, The Emerald City of Oz, the Nomes and a few other unruly tribes of creatures plan to invade Oz, destroy it, and enslave the people. The surprise is initially ruined by Ozma's convenient Magic Picture, allowing her to plan ahead of time. With her trusty Chekhov's Gun, the Magic Belt Dorothy stole from the Nome king in a previous book, Ozma uses its power to dehydrate the army, whose invasion tunnel is conveniently right next to the fountain containing the Water of Oblivion, which makes anyone who drinks of it forget everything. The first thing the invaders do when they come out of the tunnel is drink the water; war avoided. The majority of Rinkitink in Oz involves the adventures of Prince Inga and King Rinkitink in another land entirely, until Ozma and company show up at the climax to save the day. (Baum originally wrote it as a standalone fantasy novel ten years earlier, and shoehorned Oz characters into the ending of the book after public demand.)
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Witch Species: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz introduced this trope, according to Martin Gardner. Apparently L. Frank Baum wanted to avoid religious objections from parents on the grounds that witches are the result of a Deal with the Devil and thus there cannot be good witches, so he made witchcraft an inherent trait and classified witches as good or evil based on how they used their magic, not the magic's origin.
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Public Domain Character: The first 16 books are public domain and that's still enough material for fanfics and different takes on Oz. Even now there are new comics based on Land of Oz and sometimes they Crossover with other public domain characters, like Alice from Alice in Wonderland.
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Sufficiently Analyzed Magic: As the Shaggy Man says in The Patchwork Girl Of Oz, Oz is a place "where magic is a science."
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King Incognito
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King Incognito: Ozma's father and Ozma herself
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The Wonderland
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The Wonderland: Oz itself, with talking scarecrows and robots before there were robots...
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Touched by Vorlons: The inhabitants of the Valley of Voe who eat the dama-fruit - they become invisible. However, it doesn't grant invulnerability - there are really nasty predators in the Valley of Voe that also eat the fruit, and are also invisible...
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Eats Babies: The Hungry Tiger wants to eat fat babies, but his conscience won't allow him to actually do it. Hence why he's always hungry, you see.
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Intergenerational Friendship
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Intergenerational Friendship: Trot and Cap'n Bill
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Always Chaotic Evil: The Mangaboos in the Hollow World are very xenophobic and attack anyone who steps on their territory. Whenever they appear in a novel, they're usually portrayed as villains.
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Road Trip Plot: Many Oz books are the literary equivalent, with the characters taking a journey that results in a series of small adventures (rarely more than two chapters each) that have nothing to do with the main plot or each other. Occasionally, there might be an interlude that advances the main plot along the journey. The main plot will generally wrap up very quickly once the characters reach their destination.
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The Dicks of Dicksy Land are "queer" about their shoes and their diets. The puns are enough to make one ponder if Thompson really was Getting Crap Past the Radar.
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Face Stealer
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Face Stealer: Princess Langwidere, who can change her head at will, and wants to trade Dorothy's head for one of her own.
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Bunnies for Cuteness
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Bunnies for Cuteness: Bunnyburg; Glinda apparently loves rabbits. In the last of the Famous Forty. Merry-Go-Round in Oz, it's revealed that the Easter Bunny lives in Oz as well.
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A Child Shall Lead Them
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A Child Shall Lead Them: Princess Ozma, who's roughly ten to sixteen, is the benevolent dictator of what is essentially an empire made of four large countries and a city-state.
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Early Installment Weirdness: The Oz of the first two books is notably different from the Oz in subsequent books. A lot of this can, and has, been explained and justified by Ozma coming to power and radically changing things.
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Food Pills
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Food Pills: Created by Professor Woggle-Bug. The books actually avert most of usual tropes - the pills can serve as emergency rations, but attempts to replace regular meals with them were stopped. Violently.
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Cats Are Mean
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Cats Are Mean: Both Eureka and the Glass Cat have their moments of this.
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The Un-Reveal: The parentage of Button-Bright, the little boy that Dorothy randomly encounters in The Road to Oz. He has no idea what his name is or who his parents are. When Dorothy meets Santa Claus towards the end of the book, she asks where Button-Bright comes from, but Santa doesn't tell. In the end, Santa sends Button-Bright home in a magic bubble. Where he comes from or why he was just sitting by the side of the road when Dorothy and the Shaggy Man encountered him is never explained.
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Romantic Two-Girl Friendship
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Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: Dorothy and Ozma. They kiss often, and by the sixth book Ozma makes Dorothy her Princess.
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Level Ate
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Level Ate: Several examples in Oz, e.g., Bunbury.
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Pumpkin Person
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Pumpkin Person: The series has a rare non-evil version with Jack Pumpkinhead, who is introduced in The Marvelous Land of Oz and shows up in several of the later Oz books (eventually getting one named after him: Jack Pumpkinhead of Oz), as well as appearing as a character in Return to Oz. He is basically a wooden scarecrow with a carved pumpkin head brought to life by a magic powder. His pumpkin heads eventually rot, so he keeps a pumpkin patch to replenish them, and Ozma carves him a new face. The old heads are buried in a graveyard at his house.
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Big Brother Is Watching
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Big Sister Is Watching: At least two. Ozma's Magic Picture can show any scene she wishes it to, and she often uses it to see what her friends are doing. Glinda has a book in which everything that happens anywhere in the world is recorded. The powers of both extend to the mortal world, including the USA.
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Fake Wizardry
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Fake Wizardry: Zig-Zagged. Magic is real, but the Wizard gets by on stage magic until Glinda the Good teaches him some real magic.
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Royal Blood
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Royal Blood: Princess Ozma
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: When Fyter the Tin Soldier is introduced, it's clear that he also wishes to marry the Tin Man's sweetheart, Nimmie Amie. Instead of fighting about it, both tin men agree to let her choose between them, and when it turns out she's Happily Married, they respectfully agree to leave her in peace.
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Theseus' Ship Paradox
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Theseus' Ship Paradox: In The Road to Oz, Jack Pumpkinhead is shown with a garden of new pumpkins grown to replace his head whenever the current pumpkin spoils. He claims that since the majority of his body is still the same, he remains the same person (although the quality of the pumpkin has some effect on his intellect). In The Marvelous Land of Oz, they also replace one of Jack's legs when he happens to break it, to no ill effect. The Tin Woodman from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. He pissed off a witch who enchanted his ax so that it would cut off pieces of him, and he went to a tinsmith to replace the missing parts. Eventually he was made entirely out of tin - but since it was a gradual process, he's still human Nick Chopper and not a new person. Even more paradoxically, however, the tinsmith kept the old head in a closet, where, due to the no-death nature of Oz, it remained sentient, desiring nothing to do with the Tin Man when he returned to retrieve it. It gets even weirder in The Tin Woodman of Oz, where we meet the Tin Soldier, who suffered an identical fate to the Tin Woodman— an unfortunate soldier named Captain Fyter gradually had bits of himself chopped off and replaced until he was entirely tin, with the old "meat" parts still being sentient. But the tinsmith glued together pieces from both bodies to create a new man, named "Chopfyt," who lived happily ever after. It doesn't take long for both Fridge Logic and Fridge Horror to kick in here.
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Crystal Landscape
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Crystal Landscape: Present to varying degrees. Some depictions (such as in the movie) of the Emerald City portray nearly everything there as being made of crystal. The books are inconsistent about many architectural details but the city is full of large crystals in The Marvelous Land of Oz. The Nome Kingdom has areas covered in crystals as well. In Thompson's books we are introduced to the Sapphire City, capital of Munchkin Country, said to be second only to the Emerald City in beauty. The small kingdom of Regalia in Gillikin Country, which shows up in two of Thompson's books, is dominated by an amethyst castle.
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Pretty Boy
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Pretty Boy: John R. Neill's penchant for drawing anyone who isn't old, a non-human, or evil as very pretty and effeminate regardless of gender leads to this trope coming into play, at least as far as the illustrations go. See just about any illustration of Ojo for example. Another reason for this is the typical male attire in Oz, which includes tight pants, shoes curled up at the toe, lots of ruffles, and pointed hats such as those witches typically wear.
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Giant Flyer
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Giant Flyer: The Gump and the Ork.
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Direct Line to the Author
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Direct Line to the Author: L. Frank Baum styled himself the "Royal Historian of Oz", all the stories came from Dorothy telling them to him (eventually through a magic wireless after Dorothy moved to Oz permanently). He also made an attempt to use this trope to end the Oz series at one point, claiming a spell of Glinda's to detach Oz completely from the outside world meant he was no longer in contact with Dorothy. It didn't stick any better than sending Sherlock Holmes over Reichenbach Falls, of course. This trope was downplayed by future authors in the series.
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Captured by Cannibals
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Captured by Cannibals: The Scoodlers from The Road to Oz.
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Magic A Is Magic A
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Magic A Is Magic A: Both averted and played straight. Although magical characters like Glinda and the Wizard display New Powers as the Plot Demands, most magical artifacts in the series have clearly defined rules and limited powers, as opposed to being Green Rocks or a Green Lantern Ring. Notable examples include the Golden Cap from the first book, Ozma's Magic Picture, Glinda's Book of Records, and the Powder of Life. The Nome King's Magic Belt is probably the biggest exception.
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Reality-Writing Book
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Reality-Writing Book: Glinda the Good Witch of the South has a book (The Book of Records) in which is written everything that happens around the world, as it happens. If she needs to find out what happened at any given time she just looks it up.
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Invoked Trope
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The two characters who transform themselves into Li-Mon-Eags (lion-monkey-eagles) in The Magic of Oz invoke this trope, since they are trying to win the loyalty of all the wild beasts in Oz and want to avoid looking partisan.
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Recursive Canon
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Recursive Canon: Later Oz books present them as being recounted to the author by Dorothy. New visitors to the land (such as Betsy Bobbin and Trot) are often familiar with the land of Oz and its inhabitants long before they even set foot in the land, because they've read the previous books.
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Vile Villain, Saccharine Show
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Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: While in the original books the Land of Oz had many Crapsaccharine World elements, the stories were quite light-hearted. However most of the villains were truly evil, menacing and dangerous.
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Our Genies Are Different
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Our Genies Are Different: Jinnicky the Red Jinn is a small magical man who keeps his body encased in a jar and commands an army of slaves (yet he is depicted as benevolent). He becomes a recurring character in Thompson's books, and is one of the main reasons Thompson's Oz books have aged far less gracefully than Baum's.
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White Bunny
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White Bunny: Glinda created the city of Bunnybury specifically to be home to all the pink-eyed white rabbits of the forest.
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Magical Land
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Magical Land: Oz and the countries around it.
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Expansion Pack World
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Expansion Pack World: The first two books, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and "The Marvelous Land of Oz" were originally meant to be stand-alone stories. Fans of those books kept asking Baum questions about Oz. So Baum kept writing the Oz books to answer those questions and laid down some backstory.
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Fairy Tale
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Fairy Tale: Wizard of Oz was Baum's attempt to write an "American" fairy tale.
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Medium Awareness
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Medium Awareness: The Shaggy Man: "No one can know that, except for the person who's writing this story."
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Tiny-Headed Behemoth
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Tiny-Headed Behemoth: The Whimsies are one of the groups that conspires with the Nome King to conquer the Emerald City. They are huge, hulking humanoids who have heads that are very small for their bodies. They wear large, garishly painted masks to cover their heads.
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The Needless
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The Needless: The Sawhorse is a saw horse which Pip brought to life using Old Mombi's life-giving powder. Later Jim the (real) Cab Horse comes to Oz, and tries to convince the Sawhorse that being a meat and bones horse is better than being a wooden horse magically brought to life, but all the examples that Jim gives actually come out in the Sawhorse's favor: for example Jim says that he can bleed and that's good because people can know where he's hurt - the Sawhorse points out that he doesn't get hurt, so he doesn't need to bleed. Jim is the only animal from our world who, having come to Oz where he can talk, begs to go back to the real world where he's just a dumb animal.
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Clockwork Creature
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Clockwork Creature: Tiktok the Machine Man. You have to wind him up every few days or he'll run down.
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Big Bad
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Big Bad: The Nome King.
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Continuity Reboot: When Jack Snow became the new author for the series, he ignored characters and locations introduced in Ruth Plumly Thompson and John R. Neill's books and just wrote a direct sequel to L.Frank Baum's final book. Thompson was reportedly fine with this, as she didn't really want her Oz characters to be used by future authors in the series. It could be described as a soft reboot; the previous stories weren’t flat out retconned, just never mentioned again.
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Long-Running Book Series
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Long-Running Book Series: 63 years, and that's only if you stop counting after the Famous Forty. New Oz books were released almost yearly from Baum's return to the series in 1913 through the early 1940's, after which production slowed considerably, with the final two books over ten years apart.
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Cyborg
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Cyborg and Unwilling Roboticisation: Possibly the earliest example of a full-body-replacement cyborg in modern literature is the Tin Woodsman from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. He was once a perfectly ordinary human being until a witch cursed his axe, which repeatedly attacked him to chop off his body parts. He gradually replaces his missing body piece by piece with tin prosthetics — until essentially all that was left was a mind in a tin shell. note The tinsmith kept his old head in a closet, where, due to the no-death nature of Oz, it remained sentient, desiring nothing to do with the Tin Man when he returned to retrieve it.
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Bizarre Alien Locomotion
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Bizarre Alien Locomotion: The Wheelers, whose name says it all. And the one-legged Hoppers who hop around.
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Family-Unfriendly Death
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Family-Unfriendly Death: In the later books, no one can die. This information comes after characters in the books have been chopped into pieces, beheaded, melted, and so forth and it's mentioned that you could be transformed into an inanimate object, turned into sand, and buried. Even so, you'd still be alive and presumably conscious forever. Note also the spell which caused this also prevented aging, and took effect on everyone in Oz at the same time; this means that any babies in Oz are eternally babies, and that anyone who was at the moment of death is permanently caught there, and so on...
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Hypnosis Proof Dogs
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Hypnosis-Proof Dogs: A baddie puts up an illusion of a wall of flame. Everyone else is stopped but Toto just walks right through it because he can't see it, or sees that it isn't real, or something.
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Continuity Nod
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Continuity Nod: The Emerald City of Oz has Dorothy and her group facing a series of statues, including one of Dorothy from the time of her first visit. Illustrator J. R. Neill used W. W. Denslow's original version of Dorothy for the statue. (One wonders how Dorothy felt about that old image.) Most of the books have a paragraph or two of narration dedicated to continuity and backstory, but again, the continuity changes so often it's more like a check of what's going to be canon according to that book in particular.
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Fridge Logic
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It gets even weirder in The Tin Woodman of Oz, where we meet the Tin Soldier, who suffered an identical fate to the Tin Woodman— an unfortunate soldier named Captain Fyter gradually had bits of himself chopped off and replaced until he was entirely tin, with the old "meat" parts still being sentient. But the tinsmith glued together pieces from both bodies to create a new man, named "Chopfyt," who lived happily ever after. It doesn't take long for both Fridge Logic and Fridge Horror to kick in here.
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Feminist Fantasy
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Feminist Fantasy: The Land of Oz was founded by a woman (Lurline), and the countries in it were ruled by four women (the Witches) up until the end of The Marvelous Land of Oz. (It's pretty clear the Wizard and the Scarecrow only ran the Emerald City, and nominally at that.) In that book, one of the women (Glinda) works with another woman (Mombi) to restore the rightful ruler of the land of Oz. Guess who that is? Yep, a woman (Ozma). Incidentally (and probably not coincidentally), Baum's mother-in-law was Matilda Gage, one of the greats of the First Wave of Feminism.
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Fantasy World Map
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Fantasy World Map: One of the earliest examples. Baum apparently used Chinese geomancy (Feng Shui) to make the map. It made west and east look inverted. The map makes a lot of sense if the POV is in the Emerald City, looking southward. See this map◊. Because of this reversed map, Ruth Plumly Thompson referred to Munchkinland as the west, and the land of the Winkies as the east. On the other hand, the Books of Wonder publishers revised the map to restore the Munchkins and Winkies to the east and west.
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Sugar Bowl
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Sugar Bowl: The land of Oz under Princess Ozma, despite periodic threats from outside and certain parts of Oz of being way out there, generally follows this trope. Only when ruled by Ozma, though. If someone else takes the throne, generally you get a Crapsaccharine World (e.g. Jinjur's revolt, the witches running wild).
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My God, What Have I Done?
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My God, What Have I Done?: In The Magic of Oz, the Wizard turns Cap'n Bill and Trot (trapped on a magic isle) into bumblebees so they can escape. Immediately afterward, the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger, along on the rescue expedition, eat a pair of bees. (Fortunately, it wasn't them).
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Secondary Character Title
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Secondary Character Title: Just because a book is named after a character doesn't always mean they are a central character. Tik-Tok of Oz could probably have had the same plot without Tik-Tok's involvement and he doesn't even appear until about a third of the way through the book, and in Scarecrow of Oz, the Scarecrow doesn't appear until more than halfway through the book.
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Adaptation Dye-Job
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Adaptation Dye-Job: Dorothy and Ozma's hair color varies from artist to artist and medium to medium. For instance, in their first appearances, Dorothy was a brunette and Ozma a blonde, but later illustrations show a black-haired Ozma and a blonde Dorothy. Long-time Oz illustrator John R. Neill lampshaded this with one drawing, showing his blond version of Dorothy looking at a statue commemorating W.W. Denslow's brunette.
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The Tin Woodman from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. He pissed off a witch who enchanted his ax so that it would cut off pieces of him, and he went to a tinsmith to replace the missing parts. Eventually he was made entirely out of tin - but since it was a gradual process, he's still human Nick Chopper and not a new person. Even more paradoxically, however, the tinsmith kept the old head in a closet, where, due to the no-death nature of Oz, it remained sentient, desiring nothing to do with the Tin Man when he returned to retrieve it.
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Hollow World: The Land of the Mangaboos underneath Oz is one, with six artificial suns of different colors, and the population of talking vegetables live in glass houses. It also counts as a Villain World, as the Mangaboos are Always Chaotic Evil.
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Threshold Guardians: The Guardian of the Gates of the Emerald City. The Iron Giant in Ozma of Oz.
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair: The Soldier With the Green Whiskers (aka Omby Amby) and the maid of the Emerald Palace Jellia Jamb are said to have green hair. This is common in the other quadrants of Oz as well, as Munchkins or Gillikins are occasionally said to have blue or purple hair or beards, respectively.
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Non-Human Sidekick: Lots of them.
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Immortality: After the first few books, everyone in Oz has this, though it drifts between The Ageless and Age Without Youth.
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Weaksauce Weakness: Nomes are weak against eggs.
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Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male: Jinjur, having failed to take over Oz, appears in a later cameo, placidly explaining that she is content with her quiet life with her husband — and her husband is nursing a black eye because he had milked the cows in any order she did not approve of.
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In The Tin Woodman of Oz, the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman call their young traveling companion Woot the Wanderer "our boy friend." Hmmm...
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In the last of the Famous Forty. Merry-Go-Round in Oz, it's revealed that the Easter Bunny lives in Oz as well.
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No Name Given: The "shaggy man", who is indeed shaggy and unkempt. He first appears in The Road to Oz when he runs into Dorothy in Kansas and winds up wandering into Oz with her, turning into her guardian and companion. He is never named.
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Wacky Wayside Tribe: Plenty of examples in Baum's books. Just about every book has them to a large degree; The Road to Oz in particular has almost nothing more to the story.
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Steampunk: The Oz books sometimes flirt with this. Tik-Tok is a prime example.
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Patchwork Map: A good look at the map of Oz and its surrounding lands screams "PATCHWORK!" at the reader. It's understandable since Baum made it up as he went along; also, one should keep in mind fantasy world building was a new concept that the Oz books basically pioneered.
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Loads and Loads of Characters: A frequent plot device of the later books especially is to either send the established quartet off on a quest through remote and uncharted corners of the land, or have the remote uncharted etc.'s inhabitants quest off towards the Emerald City. The net result is an entirely new assortment of characters in each book, in most cases complete with backstories. Oz books written in years after Baum's death introduced still more characters this way.
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Our Dragons Are Different: Baumian dragons tend to be extremely long-lived (the dragonettes in Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz are mere hatchlings but are said to be 66 years old, while their mother is over two thousand), hibernate underground for long periods of time (the dragons Woot the Wanderer meets in The Tin Woodman Of Oz sleep for a hundred years and only awaken to eat), and have very long bodies (like Quox in Tik-Tok of Oz). They're generally not friendly to humans.
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Princess Classic: Princess Ozma, other than the whole growing up as a boy thing, which is decidedly not traditional.
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Wicked Witch: The Wicked Witches of the East and West, of course. The Good Witches of the North and South are a subversion. A special subversion, as the notion of a good witch was alien at the time. In later books, it is revealed that there were two other Wicked Witches: Mombi, who kept Ozma imprisoned but was stopped from gaining power over Gillikin Country by the Good Witch of the North, and a fourth witch who was stopped by Glinda in the south.
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Continuity Drift: Coherent continuity isn't one of the Oz books' strengths. Probably deliberately, as Baum, no Tolkien, was much more interested in exploring his fairyland than keeping track of it, and was only writing the sequels anyway as a result of fan clamour for more. The eventually-insanely-convoluted explanation for how the Wizard became the ruler of Emerald City is perhaps the best-known result of this. Other fanbase-dividing changes to the setting include the issues of money (first it existed, then it didn't), death (first it existed, then it didn't), and whether or not Emerald City had its color because of the city's construction or if the green tinted glasses are still being used.
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Underwater City: The Skeezers' island in Glinda of Oz, when submerged.
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The Ditz: Button-Bright, in spite of his nickname, is actually really stupid. He asks a lot of questions, but he's not good at taking the answers to those questions and making connections or thinking critically about it.
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Offered the Crown: Happened quite often, especially if the book featured a villainous king or queen (almost invariably deposed and replaced with a heroic character or a subordinate who had managed to Pet the Dog).
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Backstory: In response to fan mail asking questions about Oz and its characters. There's just enough info to give an idea what Oz was like before Dorothy came to it.
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Easily Conquered World: Oz has always been this, partly due to their almost complete lack of a military (which consists of one soldier with a gun, who isn't even good at shooting), and partly due to the fact that Ozma is a pacifist almost to the point of Suicidal Pacifism. It is protected mainly by the surrounding Deadly Desert. Some quick thinking allows Oz to fend off an invasion in The Emerald City of Oz without having to fight back, but this practically came down to luck. It reaches new levels of ineptitude in Jack Pumpkinhead Of Oz, when an Ozian warlord from southern Oz named Mogodore easily conquers the Emerald City while every single person of importance in the palace is playing Blind Man's Bluff, and is blindfolded. So while the desert protects Oz from external threats, it is highly vulnerable to internal threats.
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All Just a Dream: Averted in the original books. Baum himself stated that the land of Oz is located somewhere in the world, it's just surrounded by impassable deserts. Indeed, The Emerald City of Oz, which Baum originally intended as the conclusion to the series, has Dorothy moving to Oz permanently along with her aunt and uncle.
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Princesses Rule: Princess Ozma, although given the political reality of Oz she might be really an Empress. Ozma is occasionally referred to as a Queen in later books, such as those by Ruth Plumly Thompson, but it never really sticks. Dorothy herself became a Princess in one of the later books. In Tik-Tok of Oz, Ozga, the Rose Princess, would have been one of these, except that her people rejected her as they wanted a male ruler.
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Tunnel King: The Nome King.
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In the later books, no one can die. This information comes after characters in the books have been chopped into pieces, beheaded, melted, and so forth and it's mentioned that you could be transformed into an inanimate object, turned into sand, and buried. Even so, you'd still be alive and presumably conscious forever.
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Mix-and-Match Critters The Kalidahs, creatures that have the head of a tiger and a body of a bear. The two characters who transform themselves into Li-Mon-Eags (lion-monkey-eagles) in The Magic of Oz invoke this trope, since they are trying to win the loyalty of all the wild beasts in Oz and want to avoid looking partisan. The Orks in Scarecrow of Oz., which have a four-legged ostrich body, the head of a parrot, and an organic propeller for a tail. And of course the winged monkeys. And the Gump? Well, there are Gumps, which are basically elks, but the Gump has the head of a Gump mounted on a plaque, two sofas for a body, palm tree limbs for wings, and a broom for a tail, all tied together with clothes line.
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Baleful Polymorph: A favorite trope of Baum's, this happens to someone almost once per book. The Nome King uses the Magic Belt, and later his own magical powers, to turn people into objects. Dorothy later uses it to turn a villain into a dove in The Lost Princess of Oz. Red Reera uses her Yookoohoo abilities to turn herself and her pets into different creatures at a whim. (She also transforms some guests, but only after getting permission.) The magic word in The Magic of Oz also allows characters to inflict this on one another.
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Heart Trauma: In The Scarecrow of Oz, the evil witch Blinkie freezes the heart of Princess Gloria of Jynxland to keep her from loving the gardener's boy, Pon. When the princess' heart has frozen, she not only acts ice-cold towards everyone but seems incapable of any real emotion.
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The kitchen-supplies-based kingdom of Utensia in The Emerald City of Oz. A sieve is the priest, because he's the holiest one there. A corkscrew is a lawyer, because he's accustomed to appearing at the bar; he's a corking good lawyer, but accused of being crooked, and laments that he has no pull at this court. Inadvertently back then, he often screws people over. The knives make sharp remarks. The fork has a tinny voice. It just keeps going.
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 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Ambiguous Time Period / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Ambiguously Human / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
And Some Other Stuff / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Archive Panic / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Armed with Canon / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Art Nouveau / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Ascended Fridge Horror / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Awesome Moment of Crowning / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Backstory Horror / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Baleful Polymorph / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Ban on Magic / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Beauty Is Bad / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Beneath the Earth / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Benevolent Mage Ruler / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Bizarre Alien Locomotion / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Bloodless Carnage / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Bruiser with a Soft Center / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
But Not Too Evil / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Canine Companion / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Canon Illustrations / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Can't Stay Normal / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Catch-22 Dilemma / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Celibate Hero / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Characterization Marches On / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Chariot Pulled by Cats / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Children's Literature / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Clock Punk / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Clockwork Creature / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Clucking Funny / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Comic-Book Adaptation / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Common Crossover / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Contagious Powers / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Continuity Drift / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Continuity Lock-Out / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Conveniently an Orphan / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Crying Critters / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Crystal Landscape / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Cute, but Cacophonic / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Daddy's Girl / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Death by Cameo / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Delegation Relay / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Destination Defenestration / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Did You Just Scam Cthulhu? / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Digging to China / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Droste Image / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Early Installment Character Design Difference / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Earthquakes Cause Fissures / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Easily Conquered World / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Eating Optional / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Eats Babies / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Eek, a Mouse!! / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Embarrassing Initials / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Embarrassing Middle Name / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Embarrassing Old Photo / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Enforced Cold War / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Exact Eavesdropping / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Face Stealer / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Fandom-Enraging Misconception / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Fantastic Fruits and Vegetables / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Fantasy World Map / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
First Installment Wins / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Floating in a Bubble / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Flower from the Mountaintop / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Flower in Her Hair / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Food Pills / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Four-Leaf Clover / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Fractured Fairy Tale / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Funny Robot / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Gadgeteer Genius / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Gender Bender / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Gentleman Wizard / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
God-Created Canon Foreigner / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Great Big Book of Everything / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Grows on Trees / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Hard-to-Adapt Work / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Hidden Elf Village / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Hufflepuff House / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Human All Along / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
I Choose to Stay / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Iconic Outfit / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Impossible Task / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Inconsistent Coloring / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Informed Attractiveness / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Informed Obscenity / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Inhumanly Beautiful Race / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
It Sucks to Be the Chosen One / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
It Was with You All Along / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Jumping Out of a Cake / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Just the First Citizen / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Karmic Transformation / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Kid Hero / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
LGBT Fanbase / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Land of Faerie / int_52e8fba
 LandOfOz
seeAlso
Land of Oz
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Lazily Gender Flipped Name / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
LEGO Body Parts / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Lie Detector / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Lineage Comes from the Father / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Living Forever Is Awesome / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Lord Country / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Lucky Translation / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Made a Slave / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Magic Is Evil / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Mega Maelstrom / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Memetic Hair / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Money, Dear Boy / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Muck Monster / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Multi-Armed and Dangerous / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Multi-Armed Multitasking / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Multiple-Choice Past / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
My Nayme Is / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Nephewism / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Never Grew Up / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
No Immortal Inertia / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
No Sense of Direction / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Non-Human Sidekick / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Not Allowed to Grow Up / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Not Helping Your Case / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Objectshifting / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Oddball in the Series / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Oddly Small Organization / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Off with His Head! / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
One-Track-Minded Hunger / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Opportunistic Bastard / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Other Me Annoys Me / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Our Gnomes Are Weirder / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Our Mages Are Different / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Out of the Ghetto / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Outlived Its Creator / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Patchwork Map / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
People Farms / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Periphery Demographic / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Planet England / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Planet of Steves / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Plant Person / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Platonic Kissing / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Popular with Furries / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Portal Picture / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Pretty Butterflies / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Princess Protagonist / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Princesses Rule / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Promoted to Love Interest / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Protagonist Title Fallacy / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Reality-Writing Book / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Ride the Rainbow / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Rightful King Returns / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Robo Speak / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Robot Buddy / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Robot Names / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Rubbery World / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Sailor Earth / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Santa Claus / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Sapient All Along / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Scary Scarecrows / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Schmuck Banquet / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Screw Learning, I Have Phlebotinum! / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Second Law of Gender Bending / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Servile Snarker / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Shining City / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Signature Headgear / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Significant Monogram / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Slash Fic / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Continuity / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Society of Immortals / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Solitary Sorceress / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Some Call Me / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Steven Ulysses Perhero / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Stewed Alive / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Stock Parody Jokes / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Stranger in a Familiar Land / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Suddenly Speaking / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Sufficiently Analyzed Magic / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Surprise Creepy / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Swiss Army Appendage / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Swiss Army Tears / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Taken for Granite / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Talking Animal / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Alleged Steed / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Archmage / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Ditz / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Fair Folk / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The High King / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The High Queen / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Magocracy / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Needless / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Not-Love Interest / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Owl-Knowing One / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
The Wall Around the World / int_52e8fba
 The Wizard of Oz
seeAlso
Land of Oz
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Themed Tarot Deck / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Theseus' Ship Paradox / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Thieving Magpie / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
13 Is Unlucky / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Three Laws-Compliant / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Tomboyness Upgrade / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Transflormation / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Trilogy Creep / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Trope Overdosed / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Tunnel King / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Ugly Guy, Hot Wife / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Unequal Rites / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Unrelated in the Adaptation / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Unreliable Illustrator / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Vague Age / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Victoria's Secret Compartment / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Victory-Guided Amnesia / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Viewer Species Confusion / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Wacky Wayside Tribe / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Walk, Don't Swim / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Western Zodiac / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
What We Now Know to Be True / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Wholesome Crossdresser / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Wind-Up Key / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Witch Works / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Word of Dante / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
You Can Talk? / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
You Don't Look Like You / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Your Size May Vary / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Your Tomcat Is Pregnant / int_52e8fba
 ProseDescriptiveQualities
seeAlso
Land of Oz
 EmeraldCityConfidential
seeAlso
Land of Oz
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Geographic Flexibility / int_52e8fba
 Land of Oz
hasFeature
Hypnosis-Proof Dogs / int_52e8fba