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A '''troll''' is a mythical [[beast]] who is known for hiding under [[bridge]]s, demanding payment of a toll from travellers.
 
A '''troll''' is a mythical [[beast]] who is known for hiding under [[bridge]]s, demanding payment of a toll from travellers.
  
This term is also given to the person who sits and receives money from those attending an SCA event (thus also the term "troll booth"), often the [[constable]]. This person could also be called a gatekeeper, although this name isn't half as good ;)
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This term is also given to the person who sits and receives money from those attending an SCA [[event]] (thus also the term "troll booth"), often the [[constable]]. This person could also be called a gatekeeper, although this name isn't half as good ;)

Revision as of 21:57, 8 July 2003

A troll is a mythical beast who is known for hiding under bridges, demanding payment of a toll from travellers.

This term is also given to the person who sits and receives money from those attending an SCA event (thus also the term "troll booth"), often the constable. This person could also be called a gatekeeper, although this name isn't half as good ;)