Brown burrower

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brown burrower
Creature Levels:
    Overall 5
    Level Variance -
    Natural Attack 5
    Weapon Attack 0
    Defense 5
    Player Estimated 5
Potential overall skill: 20
Skill Cap 18 to 42
Skinnable Yes
Has Coins No
Has Gems No
Has Boxes No
Has Other Unknown
Uses Weapons Unknown
Alignment No
Corporeal Yes
Construct No
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks No
Special Defenses Unknown
Body Type unknown
Body Type (Alt) monstrous
Body Size little
Premium-Only No
Skinning Details
Part Name burrower claw
Part Weight 4
Ranks Required <40"" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 40.
Max Value ?
Max Arranged 93 Kronars74.4 Lirums <br />67.109 Dokoras <br />0.093 LTBpoints <br />0.093 Tickets <br />0.093 Scrips <br />
Manipulatable ?
Skill Required ? / ?
Teaching Cap ?


The burrower is a large insectile shape, perhaps as big as a small Halfling. It runs about rapidly on many jointed legs. Colored a muck brown, the brown burrower carapace glistens with a repulsive sheen. A large head, in which a quartet of enormous, multi-facted eyes refract all light into coldly glinting shards, is armed with a brace of wickedly serrated mandibles. A tiny mouth ringed with dozens of wriggling palps like boneless fingers serves to manipulate the grotesque fragments of flesh that it dines upon. The two front legs have been turned into fighting weapons, edged with hooks and jagged serrations curling back towards the waiting mandibles. Above all rises a horrid stink of indescribable rot and foulness, a reek that reminds you of an opened cesspit or a charnel house.

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