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  Entertainment: Welcome To The Discworld - The Post Chronicle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
A tiny sun and moon spin around the Discworld, and probably nowhere else in the multiverse it is sometimes necessary for an elephant to cock a leg to allow the sun to go past.
The first one is Granny Weatherwax, the most powerful witch on the whole Discworld, with a down-to-earth, no-nonsense approach to life (which means no men...), and the most handsome among witches as she still has all her own teeth.
The Discworld is a place that obviously cannot exist, it is impossible to place it in time and if I could give one advice to Pratchett's readers, it would be "forgetting what you know is the key".
www.postchronicle.com /news/entertainment/article_21229096.shtml   (1251 words)

  Binky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Binky the Clown, a minor character in the comic strip Garfield.
Binky Barnes is an anthropomorphized bulldog that is a character (and a virtual band) on Arthur (TV Series).
Binky Abdul is a fictional character in the Nickelodeon's The Fairly OddParents.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Binky   (212 words)

 Binky - Discworld & Pratchett Wiki
Yet Binky is truly a white horse, a large, magnificent white horse, white not as snow but as milk, because milk has more life than snow.
Binky is for a long time now Death's current mount.
Binky has more significant appearances in Mort, Sourcery, Soul Music, and Thief of Time, on two of the four instances not only as horse of Death, but as one of the horses of the Four Horsemen of the Apocralypse.
wiki.lspace.org /wiki/Binky   (262 words)

 I really like books by Terry Pratchett   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The Discworld is a planet that is flat, like a disc, and it floats through space on top of four elephants who are standing on a turtle.
The primary plot for a Discworld book can usually be summed up in a single sentence and exists, like a coatrack, to hang other things on.
Discworld books are complex things that reward having a broad education and a reasonable amount of cultural fluency for maximum enjoyment -- but even if you don't have those things, they're still pretty funny.
www.bedford.net /teep/pratchett.htm   (1156 words)

 Safety pins, sticky tape and hope - XXXHolic/Discworld, take 4
Binky was a bit too familiar with these trips to bother with much of that, though this was probably for the best, under the circumstances.
The angle wasn’t ideal; Binky had done his best given the circumstances, but reaching from the back of a horse you have only a general understanding of how to stay on while suspended in mid air was never going to be the easiest way to get to anything.
Binky was led away around the back of the shop for a good rest, although he still looked as fresh as ever.
rallamajoop.livejournal.com /20267.html   (5859 words)

 Profile | Terry Pratchett
One of the funny inhabitants of Discworld, the land that Pratchett has created and that has been the home base for over 20 of his 30 novels.
At 16 years of age, Susan is taken from the forgetfulness of boarding school on a huge, powerful and magical white horse named Binky.
Binky brings her to her grandfather's home where she begins to remember her past and quickly finds that she must take up Death's duties, for there truly is no one else.
www.januarymagazine.com /profiles/pratchett.html   (1099 words)

 Death (Discworld) at AllExperts
Discworld's Death is a parody of several other personifications of death, such as the Grim Reaper.
This is usually reserved for the Discworld gods and is dropped after this novel.
Binky is more intelligent than most horses and is a pure, milky white (it is noted in some novels that Binky is an exception to the usual equestrian rule of all pale-colored horses being officially 'grey').
en.allexperts.com /e/d/de/death_(discworld).htm   (2000 words)

 Binky   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Binky is Lavender Brown 's pet rabbit in the fictional Harry Potter series.
Binky is Death 's steed in the fictional Discworld series.
Binky is a trade name for a line of baby pacifiers.
www.vermontreview.com /edge/43547-binky.html   (99 words)

 January Magazine
The novel he is promoting when I interview him is Soul Music, the 16th of the Discworld novels, it had just been released in paperback.
The horse, together with the Death of Rats, have searched her out because Death has disappeared and left no one to take his place.
"The Discworld was created as an antidote to all those trilogies whose worthy heroes stagger across three volumes in order to do whatever it is that the fates have decreed that a hero must do." The first of the series was The Colour of Magic which came out in hard cover in 1983.
www.lspace.org /about-terry/interviews/january.html   (1143 words)

 Daily Llama - NEWS 1996_01_16 - 'Discworld: The Trouble with Dragons,' Featuring Eric Idle
First there is "Discworld," based on the extremely popular and funny Terry Pratchett fantasy books.
he rides a pale horse called 'Binky', wears a fl-cowled robe, wields a scythe, tends to be a conversation killer at parties, and has fondness for curries.
The Discworld books naturally lend themselves to gaming, certainly possessing a Pythonesque quality which is further augmented by Eric Idle in the game.
www.dailyllama.com /news/1996/llama022.html   (405 words)

 Jared Quinn :: Tag Search :: binky
Binky Abdul is a fictional character in the Nickelodeon's The Fairly OddParents.
Binky was the first DC character to begin in a...
Binky was found orphaned on the coast of the Beaufort Sea in 1974.
jaredquinn.info /browse/tag?tag=binky   (1144 words)

 Soul Music
What results is Discworld's very own taste of Beatlemania, made more complicated by the fact that Death is off on a bender.
Yes, Discworld is big and, yes, there's a lot of history there, but considering the amount of time devoted to summaries of the action, you'd think there would have been room for a little exposition in there somewhere.
This first Discworld episode is nothing more than a tease, serving as a very cursory overview of the Discworld that leaves the viewer hanging all too soon.
www.greenmanreview.com /film/film_pratchett_soul_music.html   (1155 words)

 Discworld - =SSMB=
Discworld is a series of novels by Terry Pratchett.
The Discworld balances on the back of 4 elephants, which in turn are standing on the giant turtle Great A' Tuin, as it swims through space.
There must be about 30 main Discworld books now, as well as the illustrated "Fables", the 3 books aimed at younger readers, and the "guides", giving random information about some of the ares of the Disc, such as Unseen University and Ankh-Morpork.
www.sonicstadium.org /board/index.php?act=findpost&pid=224621   (3320 words)

 EQUINARTS Current Horses
Our Current Horses (these are Autumn, Treasure, Snapple, Decaf, Binky, Wizard, Prozac, Coaster and Therapy- (and a few I'm still negotiating/shopping for).
Binky is a purebred Andalusian, he will eventually turn gray, and will turn 2 Dec.8, 2002, ready to start his training, which will be done by Faith under the guidance of her trainer Jill.
Was named after a character in the "Discworld" books by Terry Pratchett.
www.equinarts.com /CurrentHorses.htm   (594 words)

 The JAVE - Discworld 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Furthermore, to the average Discworld guy, there is now only way for them to meet their idol...
The sky makes a thunderous noise and tears apart, Binky going through the torn hole like the Enterprise going into hyperspace, the only difference being a last second frantic dive and the sensation of a metal-bound chest clinging on to the horses tail.
Binky skids to a halt and Rincewind tumbles off just as the aftermath of the explosion calms down.
www.justadventure.com /thejave/html/Games/GamesD/Discworld2/JAVE_Discworld2Extras.shtml   (8792 words)

 The SF Site: Terry Pratchett Reading List
As Discworld moves towards a collision with a malevolent red star, there is only one possible saviour, Rincewind, who was last seen falling off the edge of the world.
On Discworld, it's not a good time to be a priest, especially when you're caught up in a war between vampires and witches.
A Discworld map describing the house and garden that Death built.
www.sfsite.com /lists/pratchet.htm   (2753 words)

 Death (Discworld) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Death is a fictional character in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series.
However, in Reaper Man, Death is unambiguously identified as a male.
When Susan observes Binky apparently walking on air and asks if he's a real horse, she's told, "There's no horse realer than that one, Miss."
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Death_(Discworld)   (2422 words)

 Bonsai Discworld   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
I did ‘Binky’ as a reprise of an earlier piece, the Mort picture that I was asked to do by Clarecraft.
‘Binky’ was conceived to be sold as an original painting and how it might appear in reproduction was never a concern.
Coming back to ‘Binky’, my solution to my own misgivings about the difficulties involved in portraying her was to show only a part of her, and from slightly below, so that the image gives the appearance of the horse leaping over the viewer.
www.bonsaidiscworld.com /jayhurst2.asp?itemid=3   (2328 words)

 Adventure Gamers : Discworld
His Discworld novels, now numbering around forty books when you count the tour guide manuals, lampoon the fantasy genre with a vengeance, skewering everything from fairy godmothers, to brainless heroes, to wizards, to Death himself (who rides a horse named Binky).
For those unfamiliar with the background, the planet of Discworld is a flat plane soaring through space held up by four elephants standing on the back of a giant space turtle.
In my opinion (and isn't that the only one that really matters?), Discworld is seriously overlooked, and could easily have taken a place next to some of the best of the genre, though it stops short of being a classic simply due to its sheer difficulty and the unwieldy nature of the game.
www.adventuregamers.com /article/id,85   (1547 words)

 Discworld 2 walkthrough
He is now unwilling to return to his old job, so poor old Rincewind is lumbered and must take on the job.
Binky, DEATH's horse whisks you away to his house.
You will need to demonstrate your ability to ride Binky and a fl robe, a deep booming voice and a scythe.
www.gameboomers.com /wtcheats/pcDd/Discworld2Darke.htm   (5068 words)

 Amazon.de: Soul Music. A Discworld Novel.: English Books: Terry Pratchett   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Susan Sto Helit is rather bored at her boarding school in the city of Ankh-Morpork, which is just as well, since it seems that her family business--she is the granddaughter of Death--suddenly needs a new caretaker.
Nepotism is given an unusual spin in Pratchett's 14th Discworld novel, as Death's granddaughter picks up the scythe when the Grim Reaper takes a vacation.
Soul Music consists of two parallel plot lines which, because this is Discworld and not the earth, converge as they reach the story's far horizons.
www.amazon.de /Music-Discworld-Novel-Terry-Pratchett/dp/0552140295   (1549 words)

 The Ancients and the Shift Glyph... - Eidos Forums
In other words, the murals don't show the hopes of the Ancients, but real scenes from the past; and the statue in the Fire Forge is not of some future messiah, but of the creator of the Forge.
The best site to learn things about the Discworld is www.lspace.org; but, well, I'll give you a primer here.
Even a bad Discworld book (and there aren't many: two or three in the thirty) is a lot better than most other books out there.
forums.eidosgames.com /showthread.php?p=25905   (2269 words)

 Binky (Discworld)
He has a living white horse called Binky, gets on with cats and likes a...
be The Classics, but the bookshelves everywhere would be poorer without the Discworld.
Binky is Death's steed in the Discworld series.
publicliterature.org /en/wikipedia/b/bi/binky__discworld_.html   (57 words)

 The Discworld Characters
A few of the inhabitants of the discworld anyway.
Death once tried a skeleton horse after seeing a woodcut of himself on one - Death is easily influenced by that sort of thing - but he had to keep stopping to wire bits back on.
Granny Weatherwax is the daughter of Violet Weatherwax, and was initially trained in witchcraft by Nanny Gripes, and subsequently other witches who taught her all they knew, after which she taught herself and was a remarkably apt pupil.
www.voidspace.org.uk /cyberpunk/pratchett_characters.shtml   (3701 words)

 Discworld 2 - PC Review - Coming Soon Magazine
Discworld 2 now features SVGA graphics which everyone knows is much better than the low resolution we were accustomed to for so many years.
When you play with Discworld 2 and watch the full screen animations, it is just like being in the cartoon with Rincewind, and the sounds and voices are not to lead you believe the contrary.
In Discworld, if you would try something that doesn't work out, you would hear "That doesn't work", and quite frankly, it is not going to help you further in the game unless you try all the possible interactions between items and characters.
www.csoon.com /issue20/discwld2.htm   (1201 words)

 Bookreporter.com - GOING POSTAL by Terry Pratchett
In the case of the unfortunately named Moist von Lipwig, any consummate Discworld fan is going to doubt that he's the one.
On Discworld, one does not actually have to be alive to be a featured character.
Assistants to DEATH have ridden with the grim reaper on his white steed Binky through many an adventure in what may be the strangest parallel universe to Earth ever devised by an author --- one with tongue planted firmly in cheek.
aolsvc.bookreporter.aol.com /reviews2/0060013133.asp   (614 words)

 Death Comes Astride Binky - New York Times
After all, nearly 30 of Pratchett's novels for adults (and a few more for children) are set on Discworld, a flat planet supported by four huge elephants who ride through the universe on the back of a 10,000-mile-long turtle.
This 7-foot skeleton speaks in all capitals, is keen on cats and has a mostly human granddaughter named Susan and a horse named Binky.
His first Discworld book, ''The Color of Magic'' (1983), was a spoof of fantasies and featured scores of chatty characters with ridiculous names and outsize attributes.
query.nytimes.com /gst/fullpage.html?res=9C0CE5DE123AF93BA1575AC0A9659C8B63&sec=&pagewanted=print   (1054 words)

 The Discworld Compendium: the Books
And then the gleam is seen as the glint in a giant eye and it is eclipsed by the blink of an eyelid and the darkness moves a flipper and Great A'Tuin, star turtle, swims onward through the void.
The Discworld cycle is a creation of Terry Pratchett and is copyrighted by him (I'm using the names and all only to make people buy the books, honest!).
It describes the Discworld (as if you couldn't guess), concentrating in most books on Ankh-Morpork, the Lancre kingdom in the Ramtop mountains and the country of Death.There are also one-book excursions to places like Klatch, Sto Helit, Tsort, the Counterweight continent and so on.
www.extenuation.net /disc/books.html   (3456 words)

 DAVE GREENSLADE From The Discworld review by Joolz(Julian Mackrell)
From The Discworld has a far more adventurous and varied orchestration than Pentateuch, an accomplished depiction of a wide range of moods and settings.
DEATH rides across the land on his horse Binky [represented by a spaghetti western style trumpet], dark and menacing yet always ready with a comforting merry quip.
The music of From The Discworld is fine within its limitations, but some of the ideas lack progression, sometimes too short and under-developed.
www.progarchives.com /Review.asp?id=81418   (563 words)

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