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  • n. Plural form of picador.


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  • By removing goblins and replacing them with goblin picadors and goblin this and goblin that, you make it difficult to produce material for 4E using the OGL – the words don’t match and the mechanical assumptions just aren’t the same.

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  • The third bull came on, and soon against it were both capadors and picadors.

    The Madness of John Harned

  • When the next bull comes on there will be horses and picadors-you know, the men who carry lances and ride the horses.

    The Madness of John Harned

  • The picadors report that busloads of women dressed in their Sunday best—mothers and daughters, with abuelitas in tow—were dropped off at the entrance early, where they were admitted for half price.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • And her picadors, Luís Granados and Melvyn Sánchez, come from bullfighting families of picadors in Veracruz.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • After the opening fanfare, the picadors mount their padded, blindfolded horses and enter the ring.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • A net of blood oozes from its bulging neck, where the picadors lanced hard.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • This act, the pardon, was, of course, unnecessary, for as the picadors said among themselves,Who could kill this impossible bull?

    Carlos The Impossible (Part 2)

  • The picadors grabbed his feet but he slashed at them with the sword until they held up their hands and backed away.

    Carlos The Impossible (Part 2)

  • After this, the picadors had little difficulty, wounding the snorting Tlaxcalan with several sharp thrusts of the lances into the thick muscle between the shoulders.

    Carlos The Impossible (Part 1)


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