“‘I’m the head wizard now. I’ve only got to give an order and a thousand wizards will … uh disobey, come to think of it, or say “What?”, or start to argue. But they have to take notice.’”
– Terry Pratchett – Lords and Ladies
’[…] After all, you never know.’
‘You never know what?’
‘Just… never know, you know.’
‘Sometimes you know,’ said Ridcully. ‘I think I know quite a lot that I didn’t used to know. It’s amazing what you do end up knowing, I sometimes think. I often wonder what new stuff I’ll know.’
‘Well, you never know.’
‘That’s a fact.’
“The library was full of wizards, who care about their books in the same way that ants care about their eggs and in time of difficulty carry them around in much the same way.”
– Terry Pratchett – Equal Rites
Ridcully believed that everything had come into being by chance or, in the particular case of the Dean, out of spite.
‘In that case,’ he said, in the sudden silence, ‘I have worked out, with reference to calorific tables, a regime that will give every man here a nourishing three meals a day–’
The Senior Wrangler frowned. ‘Three meals? Three meals?! What kind of person has three meals a day?’
‘Someone who can’t afford nine,’ said Ponder flatly.
‘All right, you fellows,’ he said. ‘No magic at Table, you know the rules. Who’s playing silly buggers?’
The other senior wizards stared at him.
‘I, I, I don’t think we can play it any more,’ said the Bursar, who at the moment was only occasionally bouncing off the sides of sanity, ‘I, I, I think we lost some of the pieces…”
– Terry Pratchett – Reaper Man
my sister made some coloring things for me, hehehe this was such a fun to color! – I’m learning to use new watercolors :3
Time for “Spin! That! Discworld Character Appreciation! WHEEL!”
I’ve never drawn Ponder Stibbons before, so here’s a quick doodle of him. He’s such a great character, I love him!
“You can tell he’s a wizard, because he’s got a pointy hat with a floppy brim. It’s got the word “Wizzard” embroidered on it in big silver letters, by someone whose needlework is even worse than their spelling.”
– Terry Pratchett – Sourcery