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I'm confused about what type of landmass Oz is. Is it a subcontinent? A super-country? Are the regions states, countries or sub-countries?
Blood doesn't simply "dry up" in your body! It doesn't work like that! And even if it could, you'd be dead!
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What bugs me is they never clarify whether these are meant to ethnic groups, or human subspecies.
Ex: Homo munchkinus, or something.
I mean, I guess it depends on the writer.
If water causes her to melt, then she realistically shouldn't have been alive at all, since the human body is 75% water.
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Since there are many interpretations of the Nonesticans, my version of the nomes completely divorce themselves from the obvious humanoid look, and much more monstrous.
What do you think?
So it seems like it's meant to be the sequel to The Wizard of Oz. But there are a few continuity issues here.
First, Dorothy is younger.
Second, Aunt Em and Uncle Henry look different (as well as the Cowardly Lion being four-legged instead of anthromoporphic, and I think I remember them changing the Tin Man's appearance slightly too). I know they were all recast but they look nothing like them, except Dorothy, but again, she's younger.
Third, Emerald City seems more made of crystal than emerald this time around.
Fourth, I think I remember them saying something about Ozma's father being in power before the Wizard came, yet this didn't seem to hold true in the prequel, Oz: The Great and Powerful, where, if I recall correctly, the Wicked Witch of the East is in power. No mention of a previous king of Oz, or Mombi, or the Nome King.
Does this film fit into canon?
On that note, what of Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return, is it canon either?
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Though I can't tell when they are or who made them, I won't punish anyone for dubious categories that don't make sense unless it is clearly spam. I will try to delete them as they clog the Special:Categories section.
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I've just created a new article called "Cellar", which talks about the storm cellar in the book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and the 1939 movie, and the anime series and movie. If you know of any mention of storm cellars in any other adaptation, please feel free to add to it. And if you see a page mentioning a cellar, please add a link to that page.
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I noticed the website to keep a list of world wide recordings, I saw no Dutch recordings there, if anyone is interested at all in Dutch audio, here is a link to my website containing the known Dutch audio recordings (not that many, as far as I know these are the only ones): http://kroniekenvanoz.nl/nl-oz-audio/
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Hi there, I was wandering if it was possible to mention, perhaps in a single article, some information about the new Dutch translations I'm working on personnally? It is 'our' intent to translate and publish all of the original Baum Oz books in Dutch. Currently we are working on the 'Queer Visitors' book. I was looking to publish as list of translations with the books we've done so far and keep it updated as books are getting published. And a short history of the project.
For those interested, here is a link to the page (shamelees selfpromotion ;-) ), it needs a little updating though; www.kroniekenvanoz.nl
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Are there books that deepen the history of the four witches?
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Do we have a confirmation that Erin Mackey and Mariand Torres will be the next Glinda and Elphaba on the Munchkinland tour?
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You should know something about those beautiful munchkin ballerinas.
Click here >>> https://oz.fandom.com/wiki/Lullaby_League <<<
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Hello, i like the 2 Oz Movies and have 2 Question, where in England or America was the ruin Emerald City from the 1985 "Return to Oz" Movie? and where was the Mountain and the Nic-Nac Room from the evil Nome King?
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For those not aware, Codename STEAM is a strategy game put out by Nintendo subsidiary Intelligent Systems. I won't bore you with all the details, but long story short, it uses a lot of classic literary characters in it, including Dorthy, the (not so) Cowardly Lion, the Tin Man, and the Scarecrow. It's not set in Oz (though the Tinman will sometime shout "For Oz!"), and while characters do often make references back to their original works, it's not an Oz-centered game, though they do make up one third of the playable cast (not counting the four Amiibo Fire Emblem crossover characters).
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Do they allow fanon on this wiki, or is there a separate Oz wiki for fanon.
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