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Powers and Abilities Skull spirits are vapourous demonic beings which leech human souls on contact. History The skull spirits have haunted man for millenia, creating the malign reputation that ghosts have in folklore, although they are not in reality anything that was ever human. They are...

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Context VOR: The Maelstrom was a 1999 figurines-based wargame from FASA. It was a solid design and concept. Alien species the Growlers were among the notable creatures featured in the game. Powers and Abilities Growlers are huge, physically powerful, carbon-based life forms. Their body...

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Context VOR: The Maelstrom was a 1999 figurines-based wargame from FASA. It was a solid design and concept. Alien species the Growlers were among the notable creatures featured in the game. Powers and Abilities Growlers are huge, physically powerful, carbon-based life forms. Their body...

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Context VOR: The Maelstrom was a 1999 figurines-based wargame from FASA. It was a solid design and concept. Alien species the Growlers were among the notable creatures featured in the game. Powers and Abilities Growlers are huge, physically powerful, carbon-based life forms. Their body...

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Powers and Abilities Growlers are huge, physically powerful, carbon-based life forms. Their body structures are very well protected by layers of muscle and hide, with razor sharp claws and fangs as their weapons. They have a crude form of hive mind, known as a pack mind, which allows all...

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Context VOR: The Maelstrom was a 1999 figurines-based wargame from FASA. It was a solid design and concept. Alien species the Growlers were among the notable creatures featured in the game. Powers and Abilities Growlers are huge, physically powerful, carbon-based life forms. Their body...

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Context Beholders are one of the most recognisable monsters created for the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop role-playing games. They first appeared in print in 1975, because none of us ain’t getting any younger. Thus, that somebody would wonder what sort of DC Heroes RPG stats...