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Thread: Where have all the Dwarf woman gone?

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    Default Where have all the Dwarf woman gone?

    If you are like me and sunbscribe to the thought that dwarf women grow beards just like the men then this is to assertain which of the Dwarves are females.

    To those that read the discworld series it is a well known fact that all dwarves are considered men in their society though it does lead to some confusing courtship aka finding out if the other is a female-male or not.

    So here is my list.

    Oldin
    Gror
    Halvor
    Torduk

    Gren
    Lun
    Piclo
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    It's funny you mention Discworld, I've just started reading the color of magic this week I don't know about SW dwarves sex, but at least Grungor should be male!
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    Oliver you should really start with Guards, Guards. The early discworld books aren't great starting points.
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    What? Not starting from the beginning? Heresy for me why is that?
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    I've only read bits and pieces of discworld and other books by Terry Pratchet including amazing Maurice, truckers,diggers,and wings, and the wee free men and a hat full of sky.
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    Well the discworld books can actually be seperated into several character's stories.

    Rincewind, the nightwatch, Moist Von Lipwig, Death, and the witches.

    There are also several stand alone novels.

    The problem with starting at the colour of magic is that many of Sir Terry's earlier novels just weren't that good. I would say the Rincewind novels don't get good until Sourcery. That being said the nightwatch novels are a great starting point in the series and consistently well done. Hence why I say you should start with Guards, Guards.
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