Though definitely in a smaller number than before, trolls still do exists. Here we have a rock troll I took the liberty of calling Rocky, yeah yeah it isn't very imaginative I know, but it fits him well. They can be really hard to spot since they spend most of the time half buried in dirt and foliage, but with enough patience you might see one moving around a little. A very interesting misconception about trolls is their size, contrary to common believe trolls are actually quite small never surpassing the mark of 15cm (5.91inches). So why so many legends and tales of giant trolls? Well, you see, trolls are extremely sensitive to their size and they believe themselves to be huge, destroying the gardens and crops of anyone who says otherwise. And since it is really hard to tell if there is any troll around listen to your conversations, people start saying trolls are big to avoid their wrath and even maybe get some help from them. After doing so for so long only a few studious still now the truth about their size. Why am I writing this? Am I not afraid they might ruin my garden? Well, I'll definitely never say any of this out loud, but I feel like I'm safe to publish this information here. Who ever heard of trolls on the internet???
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