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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Various Muppet Show frogs, including Kermit and Robin.
A frog on Sesame Street.
Milton from The Song of the Cloud Forest.
Doc Bullfrog from Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas.
An old frog, from The Earth Day Special.
Blotch the bullfrog from Kermit's Swamp Years.
Goggles, Croaker and Kermit (Kermit's Swamp Years).

Frogs are amphibians featured in many Muppet productions.

The best known Muppet frog is, of course, Kermit. Originally designed as an abstract lizard-like creature in 1955, he was first referred to as a frog in the special The Muppets on Puppets from 1968; in following productions (Hey Cinderella, Sesame Street) he was given webbed feet and a collar, and referred to as "Kermit the Frog".

(In an early commercial for Esskay Meats, possibly taped during the 1950's, Kermit shows early signs of his frog-like nature by stating the fact that his face is green.)


Muppet Show Frogs

In 1971, a group of frogs similar to Kermit -- yet without collars and stripes for pupils -- was built for the TV special The Frog Prince. The leading character, a tiny frog named Robin who used to be a prince, would return on The Muppet Show as Kermit's nephew and become one of the main characters. The other green-and-blue frogs would pop up in various different Muppet productions; they functioned as a frog chorus/orchestra in The Muppets Valentine Show (1972), formed singing groups and a troupe of Frog Scouts on The Muppet Show, and were featured as swamp relatives of Kermit's. Their latest appearances included Billy Bunny's Animal Songs (1993) and Kermit's Swamp Years (2002) as Kermit's brothers and sisters. One frog seen in The Frog Prince had an eye mechanism which allowed his eyes to bulge.

A group of frogs was also seen in the 1990 special The Muppets at Walt Disney World, as Kermit's relatives in Paradise Swamp.

Sesame and Elsewhere

During the first years of Sesame Street, frogs were portrayed by green or pink Anything Muppets with bulgy eyes; during later seasons, more defined frog puppets were used, with a more accurate physique. In the 1980s, some previous frog puppets used in The Muppet Show and other productions crossed over and were used on Sesame as well. One four-limbed frog was prominently used in "We Are All Earthlings" (performed by Jerry Nelson), in an Ernie and Bert Sketch (performed by Kevin Clash, speaking only in "nee-deep"s), and as the titular "Caribbean Amphibian" (Clash again). Still other frogs, old and new, congregated in "The Frogs in the Glen."

Frogs from other Muppet productions include Doc Bullfrog from Emmet Otter's Jug Band Christmas; Bill, Gil and Jill from The Muppets Take Manhattan; Goggles, Croaker and Blotch from Kermit's Swamp Years; and a realistic frog that made appearances on The Animal Show and Mopatop's Shop.

Real frogs have made appearances on Sesame Street (in a sketch about frogs with Bob and Kermit) and an episode of Fraggle Rock.

Frog Index


The Muppet Show

Sesame Street

Emmet Otter's Jugband Christmas

The Muppets Take Manhattan

The Song of the Cloud Forest

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Animal Show

Bear in the Big Blue House

Kermit's Swamp Years

See also

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Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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Makes about 36

1/2 c cocoa 2 c granulated sugar 1/2 c milk 1/2 c butter 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 c flaked coconut 3 c quick-cooking rolled oats

Line two baking sheets with waxed paper. In a large saucepan, stir together cocoa, sugar, milk and butter. Boil for 5 min, then remove from heat. Stir in vanilla extract, coconut and oats. Combine well. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto prepared cookie sheets. Refrigerate 1 hr or until set. Keep refrigerated.

Makes 3-4 doz cookies

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Frog herald.
"Frogland" redirects here. For the music track, see Frogland (music track). See also Frog (disambiguation).

Kiss the frog,[1] also known as Frog,[2] is a random event. When the player gets teleported to the Land of the Frogs, they have to speak to Frog Herald, which tells them how to solve this random event. The player then has to speak to the frog with the crown, which is the Frog princess/prince (depending on their gender.) If they talk to any other frog in that area, the king/queen will get angry, and teleport you somewhere, without a reward.

Some players are upset that they are not able to wear clothing of the opposite gender because it transforms to fit the player's gender automatically.

Despite complaints, Jagex has not changed this.

Land of the Frogs

The Land of the Frogs is an enclosed swamp inhabited by frogs, which all seem to wear a hat. The frog which is wearing a crown, is the frog princess/prince. Whilst there, players only have five buttons:

Players who were sent there unlocked a new piece of music called Frogland. This used to be the only random event in which a player received a reward (access to a new music track) for ignoring the random event. Now the music is automatically unlocked when you are teleported away by the event.

Note that players would not receive a Random event gift if they choose to talk to any frog besides the prince/princess. By doing this, they will get teleported away.



  1. ^ Jagex. Random Events, Types of random event. RuneScape Game Guide. Retrieved 7 January 2010.
  2. ^ "Frogland" unlock hint

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Frogs and toads are amphibians. They generally do not mind visitors, and some of them are more afraid of you than you are of them, but others will defend themselves when anyone approaches.


Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Azure Frog Image:Azure Frog.gif 20 60 -- 305 0-11 gp, Worm.
Coral Frog Image:Coral Frog.gif 20 60 -- ? 0-11 gp, Worm.
Crimson Frog Image:Crimson Frog.gif 20 60 -- ? 0-11 gp, Worm.
Deathspawn Image:Deathspawn.gif 0 225 -- ? Nothing (turns into a Dirty Fur).
Green Frog Image:Green Frog.gif 0 25 250 ? Nothing.
Infernal Frog Image:Infernal Frog.gif 190 655 -- -- 0-53 gp.
Orchid Frog Image:Orchid Frog.gif 20 60 -- ? 0-11 gp, Worm.
Toad Image:Toad.gif 60 135 400 400 0-12 gp, 0-2 Meat, Fish, Mace, Bag, Club, Poisonous Slime (semi-rare), War Hammer (very rare).

Frog Boss

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
The Frog Prince Image:The Frog Prince.gif 1 55 -- -- None


Creature Types of Tibia
Creature Types
of Tibia

Frogs Quara
Arachnids Insects
Demon Lords
Demon Lords The Ruthless Seven
The Ruthless Seven
Demons Triangle of Terror
Triangle of Terror
Bio- Geo-
Cryo- Hydro-
Electro- Pyro-
Elemental Lords
Elemental Lords Blobs
Amazons Outlaws
Barbarians Pirates
Monks Sorcerers
Necromancers Voodoo Cultists
Voodoo Cultists
Dwarves Goblins
Elves Orcs
Giants Trolls
Chakoyas Minotaurs
Dworcs Misc
Magical Creatures
Beholders Shapeshifters
Apes Felines
Artiodactyls Glires
Bears Misc
Canines Mutated Mammals
Mutated Mammals
Annelids Bosses
Arena Bosses
Arena Bosses Event Creatures
Event Creatures
Birds Traps
Dragons Misc
Lizards Serpents
The Undead
Ghosts Skeletons
Pharaohs Undead Humanoids
Undead Humanoids

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX


Frogs are a series of cards identified by having "Frog" (ガエル) in their name. "Frog the Jam" is excluded since it is not a genuine "Frog" monster. They are all WATER Aqua-Type monsters, making them the first Archetype of WATER attribute and Aqua-Type. They debuted in the Cybernetic Revolution pack. Princess Rose uses this archetype in the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Anime.

Though weak, Frog cards can unleash devastating effects that include rapid summoning, the option to increase their ATK or protect themselves from destruction, or wiping out all cards the opponent controls. Many Frog cards are very low in level, which makes them benefit from "Wetlands" as well as cards such as "Gravity Bind".

Another card that is helpful in a Frog deck is "One for One" from the Raging Battle set, which will allow you to get "Substitoad" onto the field faster, so you're not wasting a Normal Summon or Set to get "Substitoad" out.

With the addition of Light of Destruction and from then on, Frogs are even more powerful with "Froggy Forcefield" to counter attacks, "Substitoad" to get out more Frog monsters and prevent them from being destroyed in battle, "Unifrog" able to make direct attacks, and "Wetlands" powering up most Frogs a considerable amount. Others include Dupe Frog, Flip Flop Frog and Swap Frog.

The set also has the spell card: Moray of Greed this lets you draw three cards by sending two water monsters from your hand to your deck.

"Aegis of the Ocean Dragon Lord" is the perfect protection for this archetype.


Playing Style

Frog decks uses the Field Spell Wetlands that will increase the ATK of all level 2 or lower Water Aqua monsters by 1200. You can use T.A.D.P.O.L.E. (Which will also give you 2 more) or stalling Frog cards like Substitoad along with Dupe Frog or Flip Flop Frog and Treeborn Frog to defend in order to build up combos. For example, T.A.D.P.O.L.E.s can power up your Beelze Frogs to 2100 ATK, a pretty high attack for a level three monster. Since Frogs are all low- level, you can use cards that benefit from this, like Pride of the Weak or Graceful Revival. Also Mermaid Archer is good with frogs due to that all frogs except for Des Frog are level 3 or lower. Star Boy is critical if you want to power up your frogs in a flash; even by itself, with the Wetlands support and its own ability, it becomes a 2250 ATK beatstick. Big Wave Small Wave can be useful for bringing out Des Frog from your hand. Water Hazard is another powerful Spell that can allows you to Special Summon frogs from your hand.

Frog OTK Decks

Froggy Fusion

A possible OTK is to Tribute Summon Des Frog when at least 2 T.A.D.P.O.L.E.s are in your graveyard, then use Des Croaking to destroy all cards on your opponent's side of the field and the attack for 5700 damage with the 3 Des Frogs. It is very possible to OTK this way, especially if you have at least two Beelze Frogs on the field, which will make a total of 9900 damage. To summon Des Frog you may need to stall, so use Treeborn Frog, Froggy Forcefield, and other good defense and tribute-material cards.

D.3.S. Frog works great with the Quick-Play Spell Card Super Polymerization; Tribute Summon 1 Des Frog and get your other two. Then, use a Des Croaking and attack with the 3 Des Frogs. Finally, use Super Polymerization and attack with D.3.S. Frog for a One Turn Kill

Zombie Frog Mill

This interesting strategy requires Zombie World, one or two Soul-Absorbing Bone Towers, Substitoad and any other monster. Make sure you've got everything on the field, then tribute your random monster with Substitoad. This will summon a Zombie type Frog, activating Soul-Absorbing Bone Towers' effect to mill 2/4/6 or your opponent' cards. Tribute the new Frog with Substitoad and repeat until game!

With one Bone Tower, you will need 17/18 Frogs in your deck, which is easily possible. With two towers, you need about 9 Frogs. Check the List of "Frog" monsters to select up to 25 copies of Frogs. To reduce the number of frogs required, you can use Pot of Avarice to recycle some already sent, while gaining more cards in the hand.

Additional ways to help this idea include using Terraforming and Demise of the Land to help get Zombie World out. One for One can Special Summon Substitoad out of the deck. If you discard Soul-Absorbing Bone Tower for One for One, you can use Book of Life to revive it. If you Special Summon Soul-Absorbing Bone Tower, Inferno Reckless Summon can pull the other two from your deck, hand, or graveyard. With a bunch of luck, you can activate this on your first turn if your opponent has a monster in their graveyard and one face-up on the field.

Dragon Frog Exodia

This strategy uses Substitoad, DNA Surgery/D. Tribe & Super Rejuvenation to draw through your entire deck in one turn in order to cause a win condition using the 5 parts of Exodia.

First get the Substitoad & Type change on the field, then after playing Super Rejuvenation tribute enough frogs to draw the rest of your deck during the endphase.

Like most frog combos, use One for One and such to get Substitoad as fast as posible, and from there setup the rest of the 3 card combo. Other cards that could be used are A Cat of Ill Omen to search for the Type Changing traps, as well as Magical Mallet / Hand Destruction to allow controlled drawing through the deck, in order not to lose any parts of Exodia.

Frog Beatdown Decks

Keep in mind that, into a Beatdown deck, Wetlands is much more important than into a OTK deck. Make sure you use 3, and at least one Terraforming. Not drawing Wetlands can be a huge problem.

Using Flip Flop Frog is also crucial, as you can easily clear the field every turn as long as he's not destroyed, and can also be a powerful beatstick with Wetlands.

Ancient Prophecy also added some great new support for low level water monsters including Aegis of the Ocean Dragon Lord to prevent your frogs from being destroyed by any means. This is particularly useful against Lightning Vortex, Mirror Force and Torrential Tribute. Also, Moray of Greed, while a powerful card, is skippable as it's better to use Pot of Avarice.

Since a combo of 2 Dupe Frogs or a Dupe Frog in defense position and a Substitoad essentially renders your opponents attacks completely useless, your main worry is monster destruction. It is therefore essential to include cards to negate this, such as the aforementioned Aegis of the Ocean Dragon Lord or Destruction Jammer from the Light of Destruction set.

If you want to incorporate Synchros, Junk Synchron works well as almost all frogs are level 2 or lower, but Cryomancer of the Ice Barrier is one of the best tuners for Frogs. Not only is he the strongest monster affected by Wetlands, he also has a powerful stalling effect. You can easily summon Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier using Cryomancer of the Ice Barrier and a Mother Grizzly or two of any level two monster. Junk Warrior is probably the best synchro monster for a Frog deck to to his gaining the attack of every level 2 monster on the field which means Wetlands makes him incredibly strong if you have at least one frog on the field.

Finally, it should be noted that a Frog deck is excellent at quickly filling the field with monsters thanks to its ability to lock down the opponents attacks. This makes it an ideal deck to include some very powerful monsters, as you will be able to easily summon even monsters requiring three tributes.

Another potentially beneficial card would be Divine Dragon Aquabizarre, who can easily replenish your Wetlands supply with a simple Frog tribute.

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