I don't think Rincewind has any encounters with the Watch at all, AFAIK. If he has, they've been really brief.
I've always thought it would be cool if Terry finished off the series with a massive crossover book that featured every major recurring character. I have no idea how that would actually look, though. The closest thing to an overarching plot thread between all the storylines is the occasionally mentioned fact that the Great A'Tuin is swimming towards something and has some inscrutable cosmic purpose. Not sure how you could easily turn that into a book plot, though.
He did in The Light Fantastic.
I want a book on Great A'tuin's true gender.
Light Fantastic Spoiler
MY BRAIN IS HURTING.
As of like half an hour ago, I've officially read every Discworld book. Just finished "I Shall Wear Midnight"
You read Eric? Cause I haven't got the chance. i'm waffling about weather to buy the Illustrated version or not.
Also I haven't got the Science of Discworld yet unfortunately.
Yeah I've read Eric. That was forever ago. I don't own any of the Science books actually, I should probably get around to those.
the first discworld book I read was Going Postal. I have quite a few I just haven't read yet, but Mort was my favorite so far that I've read.
Pratchett knows the brilliance of making books about the coolest minor character.
First was Thud!. Then the Monsterous Regiment and Making Money.
Wait, no, it was The Color of Magic I read first. Then the others. Last Summer I believe.
I've read a Discworld book that was mainly for kids (The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents) about 7 to 10 months ago and liked it a lot, even if I did finish reading it in a few days because the the large type and overall thin book. But the other day I was at the mall and noticed Borders was still open (despite mom saying it wasn't anymore) and managed to find the last Discworld book in that store. I'll have to read Guards! Guards! once I finish reading the comic book haul I got during that trip as well. $1 comic books fuck yeah (and even one called Barack the Barbarian. I am not making this up.).
With Rincewind it is hard to say. With his luck he probably is ordered by Ventinari to follow Vimes around when Ventinari thinks Sam is getting too bored.
Holy crap Elves. What is wrong with these things? Shoulda read Lords and Ladies a while ago...
Read all of them, own most. Very sad that it is impossible to bring my collection with me to and from uni and I started too late to re-buy them all on my kindle!
So you know, that doesn't sound like a bad framework to put in every major character at once
I gotta say one of my favorite scenes in this series is when Moist Von Lipwig
That was seriously awesome.
At least I am reasonably sure I remember him saying somewhere that he wouldn't have time for another, very sad
GAH WHY DID YOU HAVE TO REMIND ME THAT HE'S OLD AND DYING.
Kill ALL the Vriskas!: A silly fan adventure
So long, thanks for all the fish...