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'''Vogsphere''' is the homeworld of the [[Vogon]]s. It has differences in [[The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy|The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy,]] and the movie of the same name.
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'''Vogsphere''' is the homeworld of the [[Vogon]]s.
   
In the first book, Vogsphere was fruitful and abundant, to "make up" for their lack of "evolution." This includes jeweled crabs which the Vogons crushed with mallets, slender trees to cook them, and gazelle like creatures which the Vogons could sit on, breaking it's back. Once hyperspace was discovered, the Vogons left Vogsphere for Megabrantis Cluster.
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=== Vogsphere in the books ===
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Vogsphere was fruitful and abundant, to "make up" for their lack of "evolution." This includes jeweled crabs which the Vogons crushed with mallets, slender trees to cook them, and gazelle like creatures which the Vogons could sit on, breaking its back. Once hyperspace was discovered, the Vogons left Vogsphere for Megabrantis Cluster.<ref>From the first book [[The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (book)|''The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy'']].</ref>
   
In the movie, Vogsphere is ashy and derelict, with annoying spatula-shaped bugs that slap beings in their face if they ever say anything having to do with ideas, thinking, or anything of the sort. The Vogons still live there, and have buildings which double as their starships, as well as a rather lousy tram system. It orbits round a single sun.
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=== Vogsphere in the movie ===
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Vogsphere is ashy and derelict, with annoying spatula-shaped bugs that slap beings in their face if they ever say anything having to do with ideas, thinking, or anything of the sort. The Vogons still live there, and have buildings which double as their starships, as well as a rather lousy tram system. It orbits round a single sun.
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== Notes and references ==
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== [[Category:Planets]] ==

Revision as of 09:41, February 28, 2015

Vogsphere is the homeworld of the Vogons.

Vogsphere in the books

Vogsphere was fruitful and abundant, to "make up" for their lack of "evolution." This includes jeweled crabs which the Vogons crushed with mallets, slender trees to cook them, and gazelle like creatures which the Vogons could sit on, breaking its back. Once hyperspace was discovered, the Vogons left Vogsphere for Megabrantis Cluster.[1]

Vogsphere in the movie

Vogsphere is ashy and derelict, with annoying spatula-shaped bugs that slap beings in their face if they ever say anything having to do with ideas, thinking, or anything of the sort. The Vogons still live there, and have buildings which double as their starships, as well as a rather lousy tram system. It orbits round a single sun.

Notes and references

  1. From the first book The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

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