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  • Boggle
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  • Although covered in fur, Boggles have scruffier beards and manes that stand out in comparison to the rest of their body. This permits them to hide in a crowd of humans more efficiently, especially if they wear clothes covering the rest of their skin. Their nose is shaped like a dog's, and they have pointed ears.
  • Boggles were grotesque, goblin-like beings that were among those most loyal to the White Witch, which fought for her in her army at the First Battle of Beruna. They arrived in answer to her summons, when she sent her wolf, Vardan, to gather them and various other dark creatures, to prepare for the coming war with Aslan and his army. They were also present at the sacrifice of Aslan, at the Stone Table.
  • Boggles were creatures born out of feelings of loneliness, materializing where the Feywild touched the world in proximity to an intelligent being that felt isolated or abandoned. Boggles were not murderous, and preferred to do simple tricks such as breaking dishes, and so on.
  • Race of the rune of Disorder. * Spawn of Ratslaff * Tamed by Uleria * Said to have stopped Chaos after the destruction of the Spike * They are found in a castle on the Plateau of Statues Sources: Wyrms Footprints, Tales of the Reaching Moon #15
  • Boggles are a race of ugly, fat humanoids that remained hidden in the mountains of Kaarinos. Described to be aggressive and savage humanoids, they are considered a threat to the Hybsils from the Snowrock tribe.
  • Boggles are humanoid creatures covered in brown fur. Not much is known about them since only one is briefly seen. They are never mentioned or seen again.
  • In "Long John Peter", Peter Griffin is shown emerging from the Brown-Simpson home, bloodstained, wearing one glove and carrying a bloodstained knife, just before O.J. arrives and enters, with the apparent intention of playing a game of Boggle. When Brian confronts Peter for ratting him out for buying him and the guys beer after Mayor Adam West raises the drinking age to fifty in "Underage Peter", Peter accuses him of playing the "blame game," then notes that he would rather play Boggle.
  • The Boggle are eating machines. Their highly advanced digestive systems can process anything from the most poisonous spiders to raw iron. The Boggle break down any material and excrete a pure, sweet substance, similar to Peanut Butter, that is a staple for all Funkey diets. Nothing beats a Boggle Butter and Jelly sandwich with a warm glass of purple milk.
  • CHARLIE: This is the game that will "Boggle" your mind. The game that can earn you lots of money. This is the show that will make you think. We are going to challenge you every step of the way. Only the strongest survive the game of Boggle! Are you ready? (Cheers and applause) CHARLIE: Then let's meet our Boggle champions from (insert town and capital). TEAM #1: Hi, I'm (insert name) and I'm (insert partner's name). CHARLIE: And here are our challengers, from (insert town and capital). TEAM #2: Hi, I'm (insert name) and I'm (insert partner's name). CHARLIE: And now, the host of the show, Bill Rafferty!
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1e
  • 250
alignment2e
size2e
  • Small
alignment3e
  • Usually chaotic neutral
alignment5e
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Short
  • Short Ranged, Target Confuse, +Special
Series
  • 1
Game
  • Get Outta My Stew!
Name
  • Boggle
skincolor
  • Dark gray to blackish-blue
Caption
  • Green Boggle
  • Various depictions of boggles.
First
size3e
  • Small
challenge3e
  • 3
type3e
type5e
homezone
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zones
Language
  • Boggle, Sylvan
Colors
  • Black
  • Tan
  • Light Green
long
  • You flood your foe's mind with doubt causing them to become confused for a brief time. Confused foes will attack their allies. Boggle will also place the "Boggled" effect on your target for a short time. Attacking a Boggled target will increase your chance of gaining Insight. Recharge: Long
Terrain
  • Any land, underground
Height
  • 180.0
  • 3'
Icon
  • PsionicMelee Boggle.png
Distinctions
  • fat, brown-skinned,large nose
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Climate
  • Any
Diet
  • Omnivore
Race
  • Boggle
Effects
  • 2.0
  • 20.0
  • 2400.0
  • Type: click
Vision
dominions
  • Narnia
size5e
  • Small
activecycle
  • Night
2e
  • 250
3e
  • 250
4e
  • 250
abstract
  • Although covered in fur, Boggles have scruffier beards and manes that stand out in comparison to the rest of their body. This permits them to hide in a crowd of humans more efficiently, especially if they wear clothes covering the rest of their skin. Their nose is shaped like a dog's, and they have pointed ears.
  • Boggles were grotesque, goblin-like beings that were among those most loyal to the White Witch, which fought for her in her army at the First Battle of Beruna. They arrived in answer to her summons, when she sent her wolf, Vardan, to gather them and various other dark creatures, to prepare for the coming war with Aslan and his army. They were also present at the sacrifice of Aslan, at the Stone Table.
  • Boggles were creatures born out of feelings of loneliness, materializing where the Feywild touched the world in proximity to an intelligent being that felt isolated or abandoned. Boggles were not murderous, and preferred to do simple tricks such as breaking dishes, and so on.
  • Race of the rune of Disorder. * Spawn of Ratslaff * Tamed by Uleria * Said to have stopped Chaos after the destruction of the Spike * They are found in a castle on the Plateau of Statues Sources: Wyrms Footprints, Tales of the Reaching Moon #15
  • Boggles are a race of ugly, fat humanoids that remained hidden in the mountains of Kaarinos. Described to be aggressive and savage humanoids, they are considered a threat to the Hybsils from the Snowrock tribe.
  • Boggles are humanoid creatures covered in brown fur. Not much is known about them since only one is briefly seen. They are never mentioned or seen again.
  • CHARLIE: This is the game that will "Boggle" your mind. The game that can earn you lots of money. This is the show that will make you think. We are going to challenge you every step of the way. Only the strongest survive the game of Boggle! Are you ready? (Cheers and applause) CHARLIE: Then let's meet our Boggle champions from (insert town and capital). TEAM #1: Hi, I'm (insert name) and I'm (insert partner's name). CHARLIE: And here are our challengers, from (insert town and capital). TEAM #2: Hi, I'm (insert name) and I'm (insert partner's name). CHARLIE: And now, the host of the show, Bill Rafferty! Boggle is an unsold pilot based on the classic word game. The concept of a Boggle game show later came to reality in 1994 as Boggle: The Interactive Game.
  • In "Long John Peter", Peter Griffin is shown emerging from the Brown-Simpson home, bloodstained, wearing one glove and carrying a bloodstained knife, just before O.J. arrives and enters, with the apparent intention of playing a game of Boggle. When Brian confronts Peter for ratting him out for buying him and the guys beer after Mayor Adam West raises the drinking age to fifty in "Underage Peter", Peter accuses him of playing the "blame game," then notes that he would rather play Boggle.
  • The Boggle are eating machines. Their highly advanced digestive systems can process anything from the most poisonous spiders to raw iron. The Boggle break down any material and excrete a pure, sweet substance, similar to Peanut Butter, that is a staple for all Funkey diets. Nothing beats a Boggle Butter and Jelly sandwich with a warm glass of purple milk. The Boggle are an essential part of the Funkey society as they dispose of all waste with zero harm to the Funkey environment. Don't be scared by their hideous appearance, the Boggle wouldn't hurt a fly, unless it gets too close to their mouth - then they might take a nibble.