Seen in the epilogue of "Hildafolk", where it's revealed that the rock the Wood Man intended to sit on permanently was actually a Troll, buried up to his neck in the ground. When the troll awoke, Wood Man left immediately.
In "Hilda and the Bird Parade", when Hilda is lost at the parade while looking for her mom and raven, she climbed one of the floats and asked this man what exactly the parade was about. He explained to her that it was to honor the Great Raven.
In "Hilda and the Black Hound", The news reports that The Black Hound ate three people. When the hound is reunited with his owner, Tontu, she orders him to spit them out again. They seem no worse for the wear, and all leave Hilda's home in disgust. A similar scene happens in the animated series, though the victims look differently there.
In "Hilda and the Stone Forest", the Walking Land Creature ran off with the hosue of this family of elves. Hilda and Twig where able to rescue the house. Since Hilda was late for dinner, she first took the Elves home with her, before returning them to their village.
Seen in "Hilda and the Stone Forest". Hilda briefly observes the various rocks in his stand, only to settle for a regular rock lying on the ground. The man gives her a disapproving look as she walks off.
In "Hilda and the Stone Forest", while Hilda and Johanna are looking for a place to have their picnic, they come across a nice spot, only to find out that its actually the man's backyard, as he asks them both why they are there.
In "Hilda and the Stone Forest", as Johanna tries to find a good picnicking spot, Hilda noticed a dog who's peeking out from behind a fence and giving them a mean look.
Early in "Hilda and the Stone Forest", a Farmer tells Hilda that trolls stole his goat. Later, when Hilda and Johanna are hiding from the Trolls, Baba's mom enters the Stone Forest with the goat. The goat is packed with goods, so apparently, she didn't steal the goat to eat him but to use as a pack animal.
In "Hilda and the Mountain King", both Baba's mom and Hilda, who was turned into a Troll, come upon several trolls who show them their "treasures", including a troll that loves to collect mattresses and other soft furnishings. When Hilda decided to help Trundle escape his prison, she borrowed some of the mattresses and pillows from this troll, and used them to silence the bells as she removed them from the entrance of the cave Trundle was trapped in.
Sword Fighters on TV
In "Chapter 1: The Hidden People, while Hilda, Johanna and Twig are asleep just before the Elves attack, their television shows the two men fighting each other with swords.
In "Chapter 1: The Hidden People", Hilda, who has just signed the paperwork and can now see Elves for the first time, curiously picks up a little house with an Elf inside. The Elf is clearly not amused at being disturbed like this.
In "Chapter 4: The Sparrow Scouts", while chasing the vittra that sole Frida's sash, Hilda ran into a room where this vittra was working on a painting. She quickly excused herself for disturbing him and closed the door again.
This elf lives on the mountain where Victoria Van Gale had her weather station. When David wondered out loud to himself why he thought he could be useful, the elf thought David was talking to him.
In "Chapter 12: The Nisse" this man, appearing to be a pumpkin farmer, was being interviewed about a Black Hound sighting he witnessed that frightened him. The 'sighting' turned out to be just a bin bag.
In "Chapter 12: The Nisse" this man interviewed a farmer on a potential Black Hound sighting. He was just concluding the interview and about to say the interviewee's name when Hilda turned the TV off.
In "Chapter 2: The Draugen", these two construction workers are tasked with filling up the Vittra tunnels underneath the city, under orders from Erik Ahlberg. One of them, Donnie, is attacked by angry Vittra.
The sailors at the Salty Maiden
In Chapter 2: The Draugen, they were first seen playing Sea bones with Wood Man. They were last seen in a cameo in Chapter 7: The Beast of Cauldron Island when they were blaming the Lindworm for sinking the boats.
In "Chapter 2: The Draugen", Hilda and Wood Man almost crash into this old woman while fleeing from the Draugen ship. The Draugen then sails through her, covering her in ectoplasm. After this, she is seen contacting Erik Ahlberg to complain about Hilda and the ghost ship.
In "Chapter 9: The Deerfox", when Hilda and Johanna arrive at the ruins of their old house, this elf informs them that Twig has been seen in the area, and he was still filling out the paperwork regarding this.
In "Chapter 11: The Jorts Incident", when Gil Jones comes to the Jort HQ, the receptionist is playing a game on her computer and directs him to an elevator without even looking up from her screen.
In The movie, Johanna encounters this safety patrol officer while looking for Hilda. He tells her about the new curfew. When Johanna claims to be looking for berries to justify why she was outside the walls, he warns her that the berries she was about to pick are poisonous.
In "Hilda and the Nowhere Space", this traffic warden is eaten by Jellybean until Tontu orders Jellybean to spit her out again. She is the only victim of Jellybean in this book, while in the graphic novels and animated series Jellybean ate 3 people.
In "Hilda and the Nowhere Space", Hilda comes across an old woman banishing a Nisse from her home, because he supposedly vandalized the place. The nisse claims to be innocent and Hilda defends him, but the woman doesn't believe their story and bashes both over the head with her broom.
Mr. Farmor is Hilda and Johanna's downstairs neighbor. Johanna briefly mentions him in "Hilda and the Nowhere Space" when she claims he called the Safety Patrol after seeing the Traffic Warden that Jellybean ate.
Madame Lindgren & her son
Madame Lindgren and her teenage son appear in "Hilda and the Time Worm". Madame Lindgren has a stand on the Trolberg Winter Festival market. When Kertasnikir accidentally causes panic by shouting "TROLL" at the marketplace, Madame Lindgren orders her son to run to Gorrill Gardens and warn the bellkeeper there to ring the bell. Hilda tries to stop him, but is too late.