A supernatural being, often represented as of diminutive size, but sometimes as a giant, and fabled to inhabit caves, hills, and like places; a witch.
Very big humanoid monster that has an annoying ability to grow body parts back almost instantly. In some systems this is also a player race and regeneration is slowed down to make it fair.
1. Trolls are humanoid creatures from the jungles on the Islands of the South Sea in WoW. For more info see: WoW Community Site: Trolls 2. A person who stirs trouble and looks around for ways to instigate it. Not a pleasant person.
(Scandanavian folklore) a supernatural creature (either a dwarf or a giant) that is supposed to live in caves or in the mountains
a creature who lives under the bridge
a large, stupid monster that lives underground, in caves, or under bridges
a member of a fearsome humanoid race from Scandinavian folklore, and its
a mythical beast
a mythical creature, a Scandinavian version of a leprechaun, usually invisible to humans
a mythical monster that lives under a bridge and surprises people who try and cross the bridge with some bizarre puzzle or challenge that they must complete before crossing
a mythical, sometimes fearsome beastie from Scandinavia folklore
A nature spirit that inhabits the mountains and has charge of their functions, shows itself as a dwarf or a giant, capable of shape-shifting, can be helpful or capricious and hostile.(No entries)
a large, greenish personage, fearless and very strong, with an appetite for human flesh.
A troll is a fearsome member of a mythical anthropomorph race from Scandinavia. Their role ranges from fiendish giants â€“ similar to the ogres of England â€“ to a devious, more human-like folk of the wilderness, living underground in hills, caves or mounds. In Orkney and Shetland tales, trolls are called trows, adopted from the Norse language when these islands were settled by Vikings.
Trolls in Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels, unlike the monstrous trolls of folklore and J.R.R. Tolkien, have been subverted into a moderately civilised race. Trolls have grown to overcome those vicious stereotypes of yore and have lived very prosperous lives in heavily populated cities with (relatively) little killing, and have held jobs as diverse as police officer and concert promoter.
In J. R. R. Tolkien's world of Middle-earth, Trolls are very large (twelve feet tall or more) humanoids of great strength and poor intellect.
The Troll was a small car made by Troll Plastik & Bilindustri of Lunde, Norway from 1956 to 1958. It was the first real attempt at car production in Norway, but only five cars were ever built. Trolls are Norwegian and Swedish mythical giants similar to ogres in Great Britain.
In the fictional Warcraft Universe, Trolls are a race of tall although often crouching, lanky humanoids. Trolls vary in color, often with boar-like tusks protruding of the lower part of their jaws. Many Trolls sport natural mohawks in every color imaginable.
Trolls are fictional monsters in the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game.
Trolls in the fictional universe of Harry Potter are tall, greenish creatures. They speak in trollish (which consists mostly of grunting and pointing) and carry large clubs as weapons. Even training trolls seems to require little intelligence; when Harry and his friends see advisements to train security trolls, they seem to regard it as a job prospect fit only for those of little promise.
Trolls are mythical creatures found in Games Workshop's Warhammer Fantasy fictional universe.