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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Design Team:
Michael K. Frith • (designer)

Trolls are full-bodied Muppets who appear in dance numbers on The Muppet Show.

The red-haired Troll first appeared as Rico in the "Copacabana" number in episode 414 opposite Liza Minnelli as Lola and a Mutation as Tony. He was joined by two more Trolls, one green-haired and one gray, in a dance number in episode 416. The three appeared as pirates in episode 507.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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Vandalism is to Lostpedia, like virtually any website or board on the net, an ever-present problem. However, safeguards are in place--Lostpedia is a wiki, and edits need never be permanent, however big or small. Users should never feel too panicked or shocked when there is a troll on the site, as their edits can be quickly reversed and they themselves quickly banned.

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Simple Reversions

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Reverting text

If you just want to revert the last edit of something that doesn't belong, or simple one-page vandalism that is new, the process for reversion is as follows:

  1. Click the page's history tab
  2. Click the date link of the edit immediately preceding the vandal's edit (this will display the last appearance before vandalism occurred)
  3. Click the edit tab; the line WARNING: You are editing an out-of-date revision of this page. If you save it, any changes made since this revision will be lost. will be seen at the top
  4. Click save without making any edits, and in the summary field, type "reverting vandalism" or "rv" for short.

Generally, this method is much prefered over manual editing (trying to seek the exact words that were changed, and editing them back in by hand). Manual edits are tedious and can leave behind small bits of vandalism, which are harder to sort from proper edits later. If the edit is old and just a silly one-line joke that causes no real offense, you could simply remove the information, but always check the page history diff field to see what exactly the vandal changed first (keep in mind that when you revert to an out-of-date version, all edits after that are reverted, including good ones). Another useful tool to quickly ascertain what articles a vandal has affected is to hit the contribs link next to their name in Recent changes history.

In the case of reverting text due to disagreement (not obvious vandalism), we do not encourage back-and-forth "edit wars" here. If there is a point of controversy between two or more editors, use the talk page of the article (or one another's user talk pages) to try and resolve issues or come to a consensus/compromise first.

Reverting images

People often take the most offense when a vandal uploads inappropriate images. This can actually be easily reversed by clicking on the image and finding rev next to the last good version of the image. This will revert the picture to the appropriate one.

Please note it takes a few minutes for your browser to re-adjust to the image change, so if you revert an image and find its still there, odds are you’ve done nothing wrong, its your computer that’s simply being slow. You may also want to try clearing your browser's cache.

Extensive vandalism

If the vandalism is on multiple pages and more serious in nature, you should report the incidents to a SysOp immediately (via their user talk page or in IRC Chat), and on the whole let them deal with the reverts and delivering punishments or warnings. SysOps have the option of banning users, and rolling back vandalism with a single click, which stops the cycle very quickly and efficiently.

Whilst many users do try to help by reverting edits after a vandal attack, a common misconception is that you should engage in trying to revert vandal edits whilst the vandal is still on the site. This actually causes even more of a problem as it clogs the Recent changes list on the site with simple revert wars between yourself and the vandal. Although it seems like being helpless, the best thing for you to do is simply wait until either the vandal leaves, or a SysOp arrives and blocks the user. This method is much more productive and also denies the vandal attention, which encourages them to leave. It also makes automatic reversion of any mass vandalism with the SysOps' rollback tool much easier, because manual attempts at reversion need not be individually examined.

If you feel the vandalism is so extensive that something should be done immediately, then it’s a good idea to just focus on areas of importance. For instance, you could perhaps revert edits on our most important and popular articles, as well as revert changes to images which is a simple task of clicking a button. You can always leave changes to an obscure guest star whose page is rarely visited for a SysOp to clean up.

What to do if a vandal tries to provoke you

One should always remember to take the words of a troll with a pinch of salt. Whilst being angered by a statement they might target at you and feeling like you want to retaliate, just remember how pathetic this person’s life must be. When you consider this, you realise that there is absolutely no point giving them any kind of affirmation. At Lostpedia, we encourage you to ignore trolls completely, even if they leave personal attacks on your talk page. Simply place a calm message in a SysOp talk page requesting their ban and leave it at that. Should you find yourself very annoyed, just log out and take a breather (the beauty of the internet is that you can walk away from the virtual reality whenever you choose).

Should you have any more questions about what to do in the instance of vandalism, feel free to post questions in the discussion section of this article, or contact a SysOp / fellow editor.

See also

  • A definition of a SysOp
  • List of Lostpedia Administrators
  • Contacting SysOps via chat

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Runescape

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

The term Troll can refer to a number of RuneScape creatures:

  • The Troll Race in general, or any of its subspecies;

Troll can also refer to an Internet Troll, a person who posts deliberately inflammatory messages on an internet discussion board.

This is a disambiguation page, distinguishing subjects with similar names.
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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Trolls are generally considered to be of lower intellect than most other species. They certainly have some cognitive abilities, and are capable of using language and have some writing skills, but they consistently use very poor grammar, and grunts are very common in their communications.

They also do not appear to have a deep understanding of the world around them. Some Swamp Trolls have even setup a shrine to a Football in their cave.

A witch near Kazordoon is currently doing some research on breeding trolls, but it is unknown what purpose this will serve.

Trolls

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Frost Troll Image:Frost Troll.gif 23 55 300 300 0-12 gp, 0-1 Fish, Club, Rapier, Spear, Wooden Shield, Coat, Twigs, Frosty Ear of a Troll.
Furious Troll Image:Furious Troll.gif 185 245 - - 0-179 gp, 0-1 Platinum Coin, Bunch of Troll Hair, War Hammer (rare).
Island Troll Image:Island Troll.gif 20 50 290 290 0-10 gp, 0-2 Wood, 0-1 Mango, Meat, Bag, Spear, Hand Axe, Leather Boots, Leather Helmet, Wooden Shield, Rope, Studded Club, Silver Amulet (rare), Marlin (very rare).
Swamp Troll Image:Swamp Troll.gif 25 55 320 320 0-5 gp, Fish, Bag, Dagger, Spear, Torch, Leather Boots, Swamp Grass (uncommon), Fishing Rod (very rare), Troll Green (very rare), .
Troll Image:Troll.gif 20 50 290 290 0-12 gp, Meat, Leather Boots, Leather Helmet, Rope, Bag, Spear, Hand Axe, Wooden Shield, Studded Club (semi-rare), Bunch of Troll Hair (rare), Silver Amulet (very rare).
Troll Champion Image:Troll Champion.gif 40 75 340 340 0-12 gp, Meat, Bag, Spear, Hand Axe, Leather Boots, Leather Helmet, Wooden Shield, Rope, Studded Club, 0-5 Arrows (semi-rare), Bunch of Troll Hair (rare?), Silver Amulet (very rare).
Troll Legionnaire Image:Troll Legionnaire.gif 140 210 - - 0-195 gp, 0-10 Throwing Stars, Stealth Ring (rare).

Troll Boss

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Big Boss Trolliver Image:Big Boss Trolliver.gif 105 150 -- -- 0-64~ gp, 0-3 Meat, Spear, Studded Club.

 

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

Contents

Overview

The Trolls are a street gang of drug addicts who have mutated through the abuse of a dangerous drug called Superadine. These mutations grant them superhuman strength and resistance, at the price of turning them into furious monsters. This low level villain group can be fought in City of Heores and City of Villains between levels 10 and 20, although it does not spawn in any zone in the Rogue Isles and is only available as part of missions.

Background

Trolls official info ( Copied from the City of Heroes official website [1] )


When the bridges of Skyway City were built, the Trolls simply came with them.

– Paragon City Legend


Trolls. The very word conjures an image of mythic monsters from Scandinavia. No gang is more feared in the Hollows than the Trolls of Paragon City. They are the “boogie men” that parents use to frighten their children away from the temptation of drugs and life on the street. The Trolls are a focus of Paragon’s urban myths, like New York’s sewer alligators or Miami’s Bloody Mary. Some stories say the Trolls are a deformed offshoot of humans, while a few others believe the Rikti were somehow behind them, long seeding the world with mutagenic drugs. The real story is even darker.

The first Trolls appeared in Paragon sometime in the early 1980s. Early police descriptions of the Trolls were similar: homeless individuals, often with a criminal record, and always long-time drug users. Although the first Trolls had no connections to each other, as stories of their condition grew, they began establishing ties to each other.

It was not long before every Troll in Paragon City found him or herself drawn into a similar orbit, and it was only natural that a gang formed. With their emotions heightened and their wits diminished, the Trolls fought legendary street-battles to establish a hierarchy within this new urban tribe. The winners ruled, and the losers obeyed.

Superadine, a street drug often called Supes (or more recently Dyne), not only causes the Troll mutations in users, but has also become integral to the gang’s initiation rites, and in fact is a part of all gang rituals. The more they indulge, the more extreme the transformations; and the most senior Troll members have undergone truly monstrous physical and mental mutations.

The Troll-condition, as it is colloquially known, was studied by researchers at the St. John-Smythe Foundation for Medical Research in the mid-1980s. It was conclusively proven that the Trolls’ green skin hues, exaggerated musculature, and low-level super-powered abilities, were a direct result of long-term Superadine addiction.

When the gang first appeared, they were considered a major nuisance, but not a critical threat. This all changed when a group of Trolls blew up a large section of Eastgate, in the Hollowing event. The new territory, nicknamed “the Hollows,” became their new center of activity. Superadine-fuelled strength has allowed them to cement their positions, turning the Hollows into one of the most dangerous regions for novice heroes.

The Trolls continue to expand their ranks through the distribution of Supes. New members attempting to gain acceptance into the tribe are often forced to undergo the “Test of Tolerance.” The recruit is given an enormous dose of Superadine, and must simply remain conscious. It does not matter if the recruit acts improperly or loses his or her sense of judgment – in fact, such wild activities are encouraged – as long as he or she remains awake. These types of rituals are common place in the tribe, such as when a group of Trolls all overindulge in Supes and rampage together. Their goals are simple: to create mayhem, and to further their personal power by consuming as much Superadine as possible, heedless of the consequences.

Trolls believe strongly in survival of the fittest. The junior members are known respectively as Trollkin, Jutal, Gardvord, Ogre, and Caliban. The highest ranking Trolls have mutated into grotesque abominations – they have horns, bulge with oversized muscles, and are relatively sexless.

Troll activity is widespread in the Hollows, Steel Canyon, Boomtown, and of course, Skyway City. In an attempt to curtail the gangs’ drug-induced rampages, the city created the Paragon Police Troll Task Force. The Task Force’s main bastion is in the Hollows, led by Lieutenant David Wincott.

The Trolls remain a serious threat to Paragon City’s future. Most citizens fear and hate the Trolls. Although as addicts they have an illness, it is hard to feel sympathetic to a rampaging, green-skinned, muscle-bound junkie. Because they are so poorly understood, many rumors have sprung up around the Trolls, including barbaric tales of torture, drug-fuelled frenzies, self-inflicted mutilation, kidnapping, and even murder.

Villain Types

Minions

Trollkin Brawler

Typical Trollkin

The Trolls have abused their bodies with a particularly dangerous drug called Superadine. It has begun to literally turn them into monsters. These low ranking gang members aren´t showing many signs of changing, but that doesen´t stop them from acting like beasts.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Medium Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Brawl Melee, Smash
When all else fails, use your own 2 fists.


Trollkin Bruiser

The Trolls have abused their bodies with a particularly dangerous drug called Superadine. It has begun to literally turn them into monsters. These low ranking gang members aren´t showing many signs of changing, but that doesen´t stop them from acting like beasts.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Medium Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Boxing Melee, Smash
When all else fails, use your own 2 fists.

Trollkin Buckshot

Trollkin Buckshot

The Trolls have abused their bodies with a particularly dangerous drug called Superadine. It has begun to literally turn them into monsters. These low ranking gang members are already showing signs of changing, but they still sometimes rely on conventional weapons.

Powers

Shotgun (Ranged) Cone, Lethal, Foe Knockdown
Good at close range. Fires a cone of buckshot pellets and can knock some foes down.

Jab (Melee) Foe Disorient
The Troll has Disoriented you.


Trollkin Gunner

Trollkin Gunner

The Trolls have abused their bodies with a particularly dangerous drug called Superadine. It has begun to literally turn them into monsters. These low ranking gang members are already showing signs of changing, but they still sometimes rely on conventional weapons.

Powers

Submachine Gun Ranged, Lethal, Low Damage, Foe -Defense
Rapid fire rifle. Can reduce target's defense.

Jab (Melee) Foe Disorient
The Troll has Disoriented you.


Trollkin Slammer

Slammer

The Trolls have abused their bodies with a particularly dangerous drug called Superadine. It has begun to literally turn them into monsters. These low ranking gang members aren´t showing many signs of changing, but that doesen´t stop them from acting like beasts.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Med Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Sledgehammer Melee, Smash, High Damage, Foe Knockdown
This heavy, but unwieldy and slow Sledgehammer can knock down foes.


Trollkin Slugger

The Trolls have abused their bodies with a particularly dangerous drug called Superadine. It has begun to literally turn them into monsters. These low ranking gang members aren't showing many signs of changing, but that doesn't stop them from acting like beasts.

Powers

Revolver Ranged, Lethal, Med Damage
Small caliber side arm. Not very accurate.

Baseball Bat Melee, Smash, Med Damage
There is nothing like slugging someone in the head with this baseball bat.

Lieutenants

Gardvord

A Gardvord partying in The Hollows

Veteran Trolls have been around long enough to feel some positive effects from their body-changing drugs. Like the trolls of legend, they have become exceptionally fast healers, making them very difficult to kill.

Powers

Hurl Ranged, moderate Damage (smash), Foe Knockback
You are able to tear up a chunk of ground beneath your feet and Hurl it at an enemy. This attack is close ranged, deals moderate damage and can knock foes back. Damage: Heavy. Recharge: Moderate.

Punch Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
A Super Strength Punch is a powerful pummeling attack, and it may knock foes off their feet.

Integration Self, +Resistance (Knockback, Disorient, Hold, Sleep, Immobilize)
When activated, the Troll becomes resistant to Knockback, Disorient Hold, Sleep and Immobilization for a short duration.

Fast Healing Auto, Self +Regeneration
The Troll naturally heals at a faster than a normal rate. This power is always on and does not need to activated.

Jutal

Jutal

After enough abuse of the dangerous drug called Superadine, A Troll will start to show some body-changing effects. These Brutes are starting to develop superior strength and power, although nothing like their more veteran kin.

Powers

Submachine Gun Ranged, Lethal, Low Damage, Foe -Defense
Rapid fire rifle. Can reduce target's defense.

Jab (Melee) Foe Disorient
The Troll has Disoriented you.


Named Enemies

Trollkin Quantum Gunner (Minion)

The Trolls have abused their bodies with a particularly dangerous drug called Superadine. It has begun to literally turn them into monsters. These low ranking gang members are already showing signs of changing, but they still sometimes rely on conventional weapons.

Powers

Quantum Array Gun (Ranged, Negative) Foe -Recharge, -Speed
Your attack and Movement rate have been slowed by the Quantum Array Gun.

Trollkin Buckshot (Minion)

(These Trolls can be seen only during the Rave events in Skyway City)

These Trolls have managed to hit upon a stash of uncut Superadine. It´s got them raging out of control and bent on destruction.

Trollkin Gunner (Minion)

(These Trolls can be seen only during the Rave events in Skyway City)

These Trolls have managed to hit upon a stash of uncut Superadine. It´s got them raging out of control and bent on destruction.

Powers

Submachine Gun Ranged, Lethal, Low Damage, Foe -Defense
Rapid fire rifle. Can reduce target's defense.

Jab (Melee) Foe Disorient
The Troll has Disoriented you.


Gardvord (Lieutenant)

(These Trolls can be seen only during the Rave events in Skyway City)

Gardvord

These Trolls have managed to hit upon a stash of uncut Superadine. It´s got them raging out of control and bent on destruction.

Powers

Hurl Boulder Ranged, Smash, Foe Knockback
You are able to tear up a chunk of ground beneath your feet and hurl it at an enemy. This attack is close-ranged, deals moderate damage and can knock foes back. Damage: Heavy, Recharge: Moderate.


Supa Troll (Lieutenant)

(These Trolls can be seen only during the Rave events in Skyway City)

Supa Troll

This is the Supa Troll´s moment of glory, for they have become what every Troll wants to be: pure incarnations of bestial fury. They have taken so much Superadine, their strength is simply amazing.

Powers

Hurl Boulder Ranged, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Troll can rip up a boulder out of the ground and Hurl it a short distance. The Hurled Boulder deals medium damage and can Knockback foes.

Punch Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
A Super Strength Punch is a powerful pummeling attack, and it may knock foes off their feet.

Haymaker Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Haymaker is a slow attack, but it makes up for it with a greater damage and a high chance of knockback.

Foot Stomp Point Blank Area Effect, Moderate Damage (smash), Foe Knockback
Using your superior leg strength, you can Stomp your foot to the ground, quacking the earth itself. This is a localized attack against everything in melee range. Damage: Heavy. Recharge: Slow.

Unknown Self buff
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Caliban (Boss)

(These Trolls can be seen only during the Rave events in Skyway City)

Caliban

These Trolls have managed to hit upon a stash of uncut Superadine. It´s got them raging out of control and bent on destruction.

Powers

Hurl Boulder Ranged, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Troll can rip up a boulder out of the ground and Hurl it a short distance. The Hurled Boulder deals medium damage and can Knockback foes.

Punch Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
A Super Strength Punch is a powerful pummeling attack, and it may knock foes off their feet.

Haymaker Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Haymaker is a slow attack, but it makes up for it with a greater damage and a high chance of knockback.

Foot Stomp Point Blank Area Effect, Moderate Damage (Smash), Knockback
Using your superior leg strength, you can Stomp your foot to the ground, quacking the earth itself. This is a localized attack against everything in melee range. Damage: Heavy. Recharge: Slow.


Bosses

Caliban

The leaders of the Trolls have developed truly superhuman abilities. Not only do they heal fast and resist a variety of damage types, they're also capable of feats of tremendous strength. As a result, they have no need for weapons of any kind.

Powers

Hurl Boulder Ranged, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Troll can rip up a boulder out of the ground and Hurl it a short distance. The Hurled Boulder deals medium damage and can Knockback foes.

Punch Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
A Super Strength Punch is a powerful pummeling attack, and it may knock foes off their feet.

Haymaker Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Haymaker is a slow attack, but it makes up for it with a greater damage and a high chance of knockback.

Foot Stomp Point Blank Area Effect, Moderate Damage (Smash), Knockback
Using your superior leg strength, you can Stomp your foot to the ground, quacking the earth itself. This is a localized attack against everything in melee range. Damage: Heavy. Recharge: Slow.

Invincible Click: Self +Defense, Resistance (Effects)
While this power is active, the Troll receives a huge bonus to Defense and can resist most controlling effects like Holds, Sleeps, Disorient, Immobilization and Knockback.

Ogre

Ogre

The leaders of the Trolls have developed truly superhuman abilities. Not only do they heal fast and resist a variety of damage types, they're also capable of feats of tremendous strength. As a result, they have no need for weapons of any kind.

Powers

Hurl Boulder Ranged, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Troll can rip up a boulder out of the ground and Hurl it a short distance. The Hurled Boulder deals medium damage and can Knockback foes.

Stone Fist Melee, Smash, Foe Disorient
The Troll punches his foes with mighty Fists of Stone. Stone Fist is a fairly swift attack that may Disorient your opponent.

Stone Mallet Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Troll summons a stone mallet of the very earth. Stone Mallet deals moderate damage end can knock down foes.

Stone Spears Ranged, Area of Effect, Lethal
The Troll can cause Stone Spears to erupt around an enemy target and all nearby foes. The Stone Spears deal moderate lethal damage.

Rock Armor Self Toggle, +Resistance (Lethal, Smashing)
While this power is active, the Troll's skin becomes Stone. Rock Armor make the Troll highly resistant to Smashing and Lethal based attacks. They are less likely to land and affect the Troll.


Elite Bosses

Atta

The Trolls' leader, Atta

Main Article: Atta

Leadership within the Trolls is determined largely based on a never-ending game of King of the Hill. The fearsome Atta won his position by defeating seven of the Troll's former leaders in combat, mortally wounding three of them. Since that day, many Trolls have tried to dethrone him, but none have yet succeeded.

Powers

Hurl Boulder Ranged, Smash, Foe Knockback
The Troll can rip up a boulder out of the ground and Hurl it a short distance. The Hurled Boulder deals medium damage and can Knockback foes.

Stone Spears Ranged, Area of Effect, Lethal
The Troll can cause Stone Spears to erupt around an enemy target and all nearby foes. The Stone Spears deal moderate lethal damage.

Tremor Smash Damage + Area of Effect Smash, Foe Knockback
A Tremendous attack, Tremor shakes the very earth itself, damaging and knocking back everything in a neraby area.

Fault Close (Targeted Area of Effect), Foe Knockback, Disorient
This powerful stomp can cause a seismic disturbance. This will crack the Earth itself and send a Fault towards a targeted foe, throwing him and nearby enemies into the air and possibly Disorienting them. Fault deals no damage on its own. Recharge: Slow.

Seismic Smash Melee, Extreme Damage (Smash), Foe Hold
This massive attack hits with all the force of the Earth itself. It deals tremendous amounts of damage, and may Immobilize the target if they are not defeated outright. Damage: Extreme, Recharge: Slow.

Punch Melee, Smash, Foe Knockback
A Super Strength Punch is a powerful pummeling attack, and it may knock foes off their feet.

Haymaker Melee, Smash, Knockback
The Haymaker is a slow attack, but it makes up for it with a greater damage and a high chance of knockback.

Fast Healing Auto, Self +Regeneration
The Troll naturally heals at a faster than a normal rate. This power is always on and does not need to activated.

Temp Invulnerability Toggle, Self +Resistances (Smash, Lethal)
When you activate this power, you become highly resistant to Smashing and Lethal damage for a short duration. Recharge: Very Long.

Named Bosses

  • Atta´s Guard
  • Crank (CoV)
  • Fronk (Caliban)
  • Baltor
  • Ennis (Ogre)
  • Gragnor (Caliban) (Found on the Rescue the cops from the Trolls mission from Flux.)
  • Grondor (Ogre)
  • Gundor (Ogre)
  • Jongor (Ogre)
  • Muggnor (Caliban)
  • Njorl
  • Pumm (CoV)
  • Tonk (CoV)
  • Torvald
  • Worg (CoV)

(Note: Due to the fact that the Troll bosses bios are identical, the only way to tell them apart is by the powers they use. As such, the list is not yet complete.)

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