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>>43227310
>Necromentals?

Actually, the monster I was thinking of was the Corpse Gatherer, but there's certainly a lot of similarities between the two.

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And THIS motherfucker.

I mean talk about simple, stupid, and elegant. I have to suppress my desire to include one in every campaign; giant water/storm elemental-like thing rampaging against adventurers exploring a sunken city, the hulking remains of a space station and the dead moon it slammed into rising up with the tortured shriek of metal-on-metal and the howls of the unhappy dead, etc.

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I've always been intrigued by the elements at work in a Corpse Gatherer.

Been meaning to make an ocean adventure where players explore the ghost and 'corpse' of an ancient city from a sunken continent, and one of the big things I wanted to do was make a watery one of these bastards.



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