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It would be great if we could verify the statement on wikipedia that ''Ettin'' historically/traditionally are described as two-headed monsters (see
 
It would be great if we could verify the statement on wikipedia that ''Ettin'' historically/traditionally are described as two-headed monsters (see
 
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Narnian_creatures#E List of Narnian Creatures] at Wikipedia (accessed 15 November 2010)). I will keep it in the background of my head (the reading head, not the other one...) when reading traditional fairy-tales , to see what comes up.--[[User:Morgan|Morgan]] 18:51, 15 November 2010 (UTC)
 
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Narnian_creatures#E List of Narnian Creatures] at Wikipedia (accessed 15 November 2010)). I will keep it in the background of my head (the reading head, not the other one...) when reading traditional fairy-tales , to see what comes up.--[[User:Morgan|Morgan]] 18:51, 15 November 2010 (UTC)
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:Being an old D&D player, I always think of Ettins as being two-headed trolls myself. I looked around on the 'net for something that showed that Ettin is a two-headed giant in mythology, but I couldn't find anything. --[[User:Pinkkeith|Pinkkeith]] 18:59, 15 November 2010 (UTC)

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Maybe I'm pushing interpretation of canonical works to the limit in this article! But it shouldn't be worse than the "Half-trolls", or similar legendary creatures. ;-) --Morgan 18:22, 15 November 2010 (UTC)

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It would be great if we could verify the statement on wikipedia that Ettin historically/traditionally are described as two-headed monsters (see List of Narnian Creatures at Wikipedia (accessed 15 November 2010)). I will keep it in the background of my head (the reading head, not the other one...) when reading traditional fairy-tales , to see what comes up.--Morgan 18:51, 15 November 2010 (UTC)

Being an old D&D player, I always think of Ettins as being two-headed trolls myself. I looked around on the 'net for something that showed that Ettin is a two-headed giant in mythology, but I couldn't find anything. --Pinkkeith 18:59, 15 November 2010 (UTC)