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Terry Pratchet's DEATH

Terry Pratchet's DEATH

Terry Pratchet's DEATH by SurrealSightstoBeSeen
Terry Pratchet's DEATH by SurrealSightstoBeSeen


Death. The anthropomorphic representation of a concept, givenflesh, so to speak, in the Discworld series, fantasy/comedy novels, by Terry Pratchet. You should read them.<br />
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Anyway, here is Death, with the Death of Rats, Binky, the pale horse....and ALbert, his loyal manservant. in very faded detail, you can see Great A'tuin, the cosmic turtle, upon whose back rests four elephants, on which rests the Discworld. Enjoy!

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VampireeStarsmore on May 15, 2004, 12:05:52 AM

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VampireeStarsmorethis ROCKS!!! hey. dude could you draw, like, Vetinari? PLEASE

Noot_das_Schaf on May 14, 2004, 6:02:09 AM

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Noot_das_Schafyeah for death! he's my fav in the discworld ^---^<br />
i think he's just too cute when he tries to understand humans ^-----^

xeno on April 12, 2004, 10:38:07 PM

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xenowow! great pic of death. wheres cori celesti on the disc? (sorry, i knda see the lack of things) i have a problem of living part of my life in discworld. just how i amigined them. can u do one of rincewind?

Silver_Charm on February 23, 2004, 5:41:38 AM

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Silver_CharmDEATH!!! YAY!!<br />
*glomps*<br />
Man, that's one awesome picture!<br />
*adds to faves*

Juli on December 20, 2003, 5:14:47 AM

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JuliAh, I love Discworld and your drawing. Though I imagined Albert differently...

TenthDivine on December 19, 2003, 6:05:05 AM

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TenthDivineYou have Discworld? I have it, too, the second one anyways, I think. Haven't played it in a while, though, but it was fun. Haven't heard of the novels, though, sadly. *punches self in head*