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  • Jabberwocky
  • Jabberwocky
  • Jabberwocky
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  • The Jabberwocky is a nonsense verse poem written in the sequel to Alice in Wonderland (Through the Looking Glass) in which the Jabberwock is described as being a fearful creature. In the original illustration made for the book it is shown as being similar to a dragon. At the end of the poem the Jabberwock is finally killed with the Vorpal Blade.
  • It is considered to be one of the greatest nonsense poems written in the English language. The playful, whimsical poem became a source of nonsense words and neologisms such as 'galumphing', 'chortle' and 'Jabberwocky'.
  • Jabberwocky is a poem written in collaberation with Lewis Carroll, C S Lewis, Meriweather Lewis, Lewis Hamilton, King Louis-Philippe of Iran, Lou-Lou and Anonymous. You can read it here.
  • The Jabberwocky is the quinary villain huge dragon under the control of The Red Queen in Alice in Wonderland (2010). He is voiced by Christopher Lee in it's first and only speaking role. He is killed when he was beheaded by Alice Kingsleigh.
  • The poem has become popular and well respected in its own right. There have been numerous adaptations of "Jabberwocky" to other media as a stand-alone work. Recitations of the poem or variations on it also frequently form part of adaptations of Through the Looking-Glass and Carroll's earlier book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
  • The Jabberwocky is an Everafter monster from Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Saw There by Lewis Carroll. In Carroll's book, the Jabberwocky is mentioned in a poem in which a boy kills the beast with the Vorpal Blade.
  • Der Jabberwocky ist ein Bossgegner, auf dem die Helden in Secret of Mana treffen. Der Kampf findet im Wasserpalast statt, nachdem die Helden Marcus den Mana Samen geben, da dieser droht Aquaria umzubringen. Der Junge, das Mädchen und die Koboldin müssen diesen Bosskampf bewältigen.
  • Jabberwocky is a boss in Final Fantasy XIII. It is fought alongside Bandersnatch in Orphan's Cradle, and is later fought as a regular enemy.
  • Jabberwocky (also known as Jabberwock) is a poem written by Lewis Carrol in the book "Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There" about a hideous monster known as the Jabberwocky that is slain by a young hero.
  • The Jabberwocky is a supporting character on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. A dark and sadistic creature that feeds on the fear others produce, the Jabberwocky was imprisoned a millennium ago by hundreds of men with the Vorpal Blade, the only weapon capable of doing her any harm. However, a long time later, she was freed by the villainous magician Jafar, who sought her assistance in his scheme to cast a powerful spell with the power of three genies that would change the laws of magic forevermore. From then on, she became his reluctant servant, adhering to his desires lest he use the Vorpal Blade against her. Ultimately, Jafar cast his spell and left Jabber pinned to the wall of the Red Queen's dungeon.
  • Jabberwocky es un poema sin sentido escrito por el británico Lewis Carroll, quien lo incluyó en su obra Alicia a través del espejo (1871). Jabberwocky es generalmente considerado como uno de los mejores poemas sin sentido escritos en idioma inglés.
  • thumb|Der Jabberwocky nach John Tenniel Der Jabberwocky oder Jabberwock ist ein Drache aus dem gleichnamigen Gedicht von Lewis Carroll. Es stammt aus dem Buch "Alice hinter den Spiegeln", einem Nachfolger zu seinem berühmten "Alice im Wunderland", und besteht großteils aus erfundenen Wörtern, ist jedoch mit etwas Anstrengung lesbar. Der Jabberwocky basiert vermutlich auf dem Sockburn Worm, den Ursprung des Namens erklärte Carroll 1887 folgendermaßen: – Lewis Carroll
  • Jabberwocky was a poem by Lewis Carroll, published as part of Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass. The poem was about a boy killing a monster, and contained a lot of nonsense words. While working on Bessie, the Third Doctor sang the first few lines of Jabberwocky. (TV: Doctor Who and the Silurians) During his confrontation with Light, the Seventh Doctor mentioned bandersnatches and slithy toves, which were creatures from the poem. (TV: Ghost Light) Heather Lake helped her young daughter Annabel read the poem. (COMIC: The Broken Man)
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Alliance
  • Bad
Level
  • 14
  • 16
  • 22
CP
  • 33
  • 16000
  • -
Strength
  • 1765
Appeared
Alignment
  • Dark-Chaos
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Ice
  • Weak
Stagger
  • 300
Keep
  • 45
bestiary
  • 193
Drops
  • -
daze
  • Immune
Curse
  • 50
Provoke
  • 70
Lightning
  • Weak
Boss
  • -
DEX
  • 6
Zauber
imperil
  • 50
Agi
  • 8
  • 19
Physical
  • Halved
Mag
  • 16
  • 64
Poison
  • 50
str
  • 10
  • 36
ATK
  • 10
Erfahrung
  • 800
deshell
  • Immune
STM
  • 11
  • 30
KP
  • 950
spd
  • 8
Slow
  • 50
MGC
  • 18
magical
  • Immune
Pain
  • Immune
deprotect
  • 70
Libra
  • 1000
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Inspiration
  • Queen Narissa's dragon form
Voice
  • Christopher Lee
Appearances
fog
  • 10
Water
  • Weak
Enemy
  • Boss
Last
  • "And They Lived..."
Name en
  • Jabberwocky
Status
  • Dead
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  • Jabberwocky OW113.png
Appearance
  • A black dragon with sharp teeth, bigger wings, a spiked tail, a forked tongue in which he hisses, and the ability to speak. He also breathes a blast of purple lightning.
Fire
  • Weak
filename
  • Jaberwocky-UK.ogg
Magic
  • 1765
Actor
Name
  • Jabberwocky
MP
  • 90
  • 137
  • -
Type
Personality
  • Intimidating
Align
  • right
Romaji
  • Jabawokku
First
  • "Nothing to Fear"
Abilities
Gegenstände
Verwandt
chain resistance
  • 70
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Width
  • 320
Launch
  • Resistant
Fate
  • Beheaded by Alice Kingsleigh with the Vorpal Sword.
Drop
W
  • 200
Formations
  • 1
quoted
  • true
GM
  • 768
Alias
  • Jabberbabywocky
Species
  • Jabberwocky
  • Everafter
Title
  • Jabberwocky
Ort
Info
  • - Executes powerful magic attacks.
  • - Susceptible to Deprotect.
  • - Susceptible to Poison.
A
  • left
  • right
DEF
  • 5
Weapons
  • Lightning
Awards
  • Teen Choice Award for Best Movie Fight
Skill
  • Paralyze
  • Scratch Poison Bite Poison Gas Crush Wing Flap
Enemies
  • Alice Kingsleigh, Tarrant Hightopp, The White Queen
Image size
  • 225
BGCOLOR
  • #FFFFF0
salign
  • right
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Japanese
  • ジャバウォック
Character
  • Jabberwocky
Earth
  • Weak
int
  • 6
PREV
  • Bandersnatch
Occupation
  • Monster
HP
  • 90
  • 91
  • 360
  • 678000
Subtype
Wind
  • Weak
Films
  • Alice in Wonderland
Friends
Place
Race
  • Wilder
  • Drake
Source
  • from Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There .
NEXT
  • Immortal
Quote
  • "So, my old foe, we meet on the battlefield once again." "Not you, insignificant bearer. My ancient enemy, the Vorpal one."
  • Jabberwocky ’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. “Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun The frumious Bandersnatch!” He took his vorpal sword in hand: Long time the manxome foe he sought— So rested he by the Tumtum tree, And stood awhile in thought. And as in uffish thought he stood, The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame, Came whiffling through the tulgey wood, And burbled as it came! One, two! One, two! and through and through The vorpal blade went snicker-snack! He left it dead, and with its head He went galumphing back. “And hast thou slain the Jabberwock? Come to my arms, my beamish boy! O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!” He chortled in his joy. ’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.
Death
  • Immune
Slogan
  • Der Jabberwocky
Bild
  • Jabberwocky.gif
Count
  • 5
C
  • The Jabberwocky torments Anastasia.
  • "He doesn't have a heart."
  • The Jabberwocky is back where she started.
  • The Jabberwocky is freed by Jafar.
  • The Jabberwocky chooses her freedom instead of Jafar.
Location
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CHM
  • 10
DVNPRT
  • 13
WLLPOW
  • 11
ITIN
  • 21
restype
  • normal
Vit
  • 11
Luk
  • 5
Macca
  • 16
  • 45
fairy tale
  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  • Through the Looking Glass
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  • The Jabberwocky is a nonsense verse poem written in the sequel to Alice in Wonderland (Through the Looking Glass) in which the Jabberwock is described as being a fearful creature. In the original illustration made for the book it is shown as being similar to a dragon. At the end of the poem the Jabberwock is finally killed with the Vorpal Blade.
  • Jabberwocky was a poem by Lewis Carroll, published as part of Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass. The poem was about a boy killing a monster, and contained a lot of nonsense words. While working on Bessie, the Third Doctor sang the first few lines of Jabberwocky. (TV: Doctor Who and the Silurians) During his confrontation with Light, the Seventh Doctor mentioned bandersnatches and slithy toves, which were creatures from the poem. (TV: Ghost Light) The Doctor loved the words "burbled" and "tulgy", which originated from the poem and which he thought were good for describing woods and puddings. (PROSE: The Nightmare of Black Island) Heather Lake helped her young daughter Annabel read the poem. (COMIC: The Broken Man)
  • Jabberwocky es un poema sin sentido escrito por el británico Lewis Carroll, quien lo incluyó en su obra Alicia a través del espejo (1871). Jabberwocky es generalmente considerado como uno de los mejores poemas sin sentido escritos en idioma inglés. Muchas de las palabras usadas en el poema fueron inventadas por el propio Carroll o son fusiones de palabras. En el libro, el personaje Humpty Dumpty da varias de las definiciones de algunas de las palabras de la primera estrofa. Carroll explicó el significado de algunas otras en obras posteriores, así como su pronunciación. En el prefacio de La caza del Snark; y en una nota de 1896, referente a Alicia a través del espejo. Algunas de las palabras inventadas en este poema (como chortled, galumphing y frabjous) se incorporaron al idioma inglés. La misma palabra Jabberwocky es utilizada en inglés para referirse al lenguaje sin sentido.
  • It is considered to be one of the greatest nonsense poems written in the English language. The playful, whimsical poem became a source of nonsense words and neologisms such as 'galumphing', 'chortle' and 'Jabberwocky'.
  • Jabberwocky is a poem written in collaberation with Lewis Carroll, C S Lewis, Meriweather Lewis, Lewis Hamilton, King Louis-Philippe of Iran, Lou-Lou and Anonymous. You can read it here.
  • The Jabberwocky is the quinary villain huge dragon under the control of The Red Queen in Alice in Wonderland (2010). He is voiced by Christopher Lee in it's first and only speaking role. He is killed when he was beheaded by Alice Kingsleigh.
  • The poem has become popular and well respected in its own right. There have been numerous adaptations of "Jabberwocky" to other media as a stand-alone work. Recitations of the poem or variations on it also frequently form part of adaptations of Through the Looking-Glass and Carroll's earlier book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
  • thumb|Der Jabberwocky nach John Tenniel Der Jabberwocky oder Jabberwock ist ein Drache aus dem gleichnamigen Gedicht von Lewis Carroll. Es stammt aus dem Buch "Alice hinter den Spiegeln", einem Nachfolger zu seinem berühmten "Alice im Wunderland", und besteht großteils aus erfundenen Wörtern, ist jedoch mit etwas Anstrengung lesbar. Der Jabberwocky basiert vermutlich auf dem Sockburn Worm, den Ursprung des Namens erklärte Carroll 1887 folgendermaßen: “The Anglo-Saxon word ‘wocer’ or ‘wocor’ signifies ‘offspring’ or ‘fruit’. Taking ‘jabber’ in its ordinary acceptation of ‘excited and voluble discussion’” „Das angelsächsische Wort ‚wocer‘ oder ‚wocor‘ bedeutet ‚Abkömmling‘ oder ‚Frucht‘. Hinzu kommt ‚jabber‘ in seiner üblichen Bedeutung als ‚aufgeregte und redegewandte Diskussion‘“ Deutsche "Übersetzungen" existieren von Robert Scott („Der Jammerwoch“), Lieselotte & Martin Remané („Brabbelback“) und Christian Enzensberger („Der Zipferlak“). – Lewis Carroll
  • The Jabberwocky is an Everafter monster from Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Saw There by Lewis Carroll. In Carroll's book, the Jabberwocky is mentioned in a poem in which a boy kills the beast with the Vorpal Blade.
  • Der Jabberwocky ist ein Bossgegner, auf dem die Helden in Secret of Mana treffen. Der Kampf findet im Wasserpalast statt, nachdem die Helden Marcus den Mana Samen geben, da dieser droht Aquaria umzubringen. Der Junge, das Mädchen und die Koboldin müssen diesen Bosskampf bewältigen.
  • Jabberwocky is a boss in Final Fantasy XIII. It is fought alongside Bandersnatch in Orphan's Cradle, and is later fought as a regular enemy.
  • Jabberwocky (also known as Jabberwock) is a poem written by Lewis Carrol in the book "Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There" about a hideous monster known as the Jabberwocky that is slain by a young hero.
  • The Jabberwocky is a supporting character on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. A dark and sadistic creature that feeds on the fear others produce, the Jabberwocky was imprisoned a millennium ago by hundreds of men with the Vorpal Blade, the only weapon capable of doing her any harm. However, a long time later, she was freed by the villainous magician Jafar, who sought her assistance in his scheme to cast a powerful spell with the power of three genies that would change the laws of magic forevermore. From then on, she became his reluctant servant, adhering to his desires lest he use the Vorpal Blade against her. Ultimately, Jafar cast his spell and left Jabber pinned to the wall of the Red Queen's dungeon.
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