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'''First Appearance:''' [[LIAB Prologue 26]]
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Thunderbirds are bird [[flying unit]]s, like [[orlies]] and [[firebird]]s.
 
Thunderbirds are bird [[flying unit]]s, like [[orlies]] and [[firebird]]s.
  
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Thunderbirds are also a tv show, with puppets and amazing vehicles. As no artwork of them has yet been shown, they could hypothetically be styled after them as with other units and things in Erfworld (the blimps for example)
 
Thunderbirds are also a tv show, with puppets and amazing vehicles. As no artwork of them has yet been shown, they could hypothetically be styled after them as with other units and things in Erfworld (the blimps for example)
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The Thunderbird is a significant supernatural creature in the real-world Amerindian mythos, and similar creatures appear in Maori legends.
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Thunderbird is also an alcoholic drink of dubious reputation.
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Thunderbird is also the free email client made by Mozilla.
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Being 'birds' they fit the theme of Transylvito units being slang terms for women (along with Goyles, Dolls, and Molls.)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:30, 21 December 2014

Proposed Canon

First Appearance: LIAB Prologue 26

Thunderbirds are bird flying units, like orlies and firebirds.

Known Users

Transylvito

Speculation

They may have a special ability involving sonic, electric, or water attacks.

Real World References

Thunderbird was an automobile released by the Ford motor company in seven different models between 1955 and 2005.

Thunderbirds are also a tv show, with puppets and amazing vehicles. As no artwork of them has yet been shown, they could hypothetically be styled after them as with other units and things in Erfworld (the blimps for example)

The Thunderbird is a significant supernatural creature in the real-world Amerindian mythos, and similar creatures appear in Maori legends.

Thunderbird is also an alcoholic drink of dubious reputation.

Thunderbird is also the free email client made by Mozilla.

Being 'birds' they fit the theme of Transylvito units being slang terms for women (along with Goyles, Dolls, and Molls.)