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Claude Maximillian Overton Transpire Dibbler, usually known as Cut-Me-Own-Throat Dibbler, C.M.O.T. Dibbler, or simply Dibbler,
is one of the numerous bit part characters in Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels. Described as Discworld's most enterprisingly unsuccessful entrepreneur,
a 'merchant venturer' in Ankh-Morpork, he is most famous for selling meat by-products to unsuspecting
souls. His name originates from his catchphrase '... and at that price, I'm cutting me own throat.'
|Cohen the Barbarian
Ghenghiz Cohen, known as Cohen the Barbarian is a hero in the classical sense, i.e., a professional thief, brawler and ravisher of women.
|Lord Mortimer, Duke of Sto Helit
"Mort", short for Mortimer, is the title character in Mort. He is first seen as the overly-thoughtful son of a farmer in the
Octarine Grass Country, near the Ramtops. Having proved himself unworthy as a scarecrow he is chosen by Death to be his apprentice.
Mort is described as being very tall and skinny, with muscles like knots in string. He has a shock of bright red hair,
and walks as if he is made entirely of knees.
Twoflower is a native of the Agatean Empire, on the Counterweight Continent, where he works as an "inn-sewer-ants" clerk,
and is the first tourist ever on the Discworld. After his return, he wrote "What I did on My Holidays".
The Luggage is a large chest that follows Rincewind literally wherever he goes- even onto Roundworld,
which Rincewind only visited virtually. It is made of sapient pearwood (a magical, intelligent plant which is nearly extinct,
impervious to magic, and only grows in a few places outside the Agatean Empire, generally on sites of very old magic).
It can produce hundreds of little legs protruding from its underside and can move very fast if the need arises.
It has been described as "half suitcase, half homicidal maniac"
Rincewind is a fictional character appearing in several of the Discworld novels by
Terry Pratchett. He is a failed student at the
Unseen University for wizards in Ankh-Morpork, and is often described by scholars as "the magical equivalent to the number zero".