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Limos demons often accompany less impressive eurynomus demons. These presumably serve Eurynomos – the demonic embodiment of corpses rotting. Mayhap the limoi lead the eurynomes in a fashion. A giant, ancient limos demon also stalemated an Athenian military unit during the...

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They get a capsule entry due to : Rank Fiend Folio (the original one) nostalgia. Remembering how they brought some variety to the possible humanoid encounters with two Hit Dice. Their (minor) presence in Chapter 2 zones of the classic Baldur’s Gate video game, and in several novels...

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They are often thought to be an homage to the xenomorphs in the Alien movies series, though the parallels aren’t entirely convincing. This profile features tabletop RPG mechanics about the video game’s gameplay – see our video games writeups FAQ for more. This profile features...

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Powers & Abilities Deathclaws are among the most dangerous denizens of the wastelands. They are incredibly fast and ferocious, their hide can all but ignore most attacks including common firearms, and their huge claws can cleave a man in two. They also have superior olfactory and auditory...

(How To Survive video game)
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This profile features tabletop RPG mechanics about the video game’s gameplay – see our video games writeups FAQ for more. This profile features non-canon hypotheses about in-game events and mechanics – see our video games writeups FAQ for more. Overview The zombies in the first How to...

(Fallout mutant)
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For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character  in the first Fallout game). DC Heroes players can also refer to the generic deathclaw entry for scale explanations. Powers & Abilities These nightmarish creatures are large and remarkably robust – they’re...

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For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character  in the first Fallout game). DC Heroes players can also refer to the generic deathclaw entry for scale explanations. This profile features tabletop RPG mechanics about the video game’s gameplay – see our video games...

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For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character  in the first Fallout game). DC Heroes players can also refer to the generic deathclaw entry for scale explanations. This profile features tabletop RPG mechanics about the video game’s gameplay – see our video games...

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They are even more deformed and do not seem to have human-level intelligence. They do not appear to communicate (or even grunt), and are extremely aggressive. Some “abominable mutants” roam the Capital Wasteland alone, but most accompany normal super-mutants as a sort of attack...

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Context The Skritt are a species of rat people in the Guild Wars 2 video game. This profile is about a specific Skritt (who may be my favourite GW2 Non-Player Character ) but really it’s an excuse to profile this interesting species. Though this profile refers specific Guild Wars...