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Preview Golden Land Zoology 3 - Dead Lands

Discussion in 'RPG Codex News & Content Comments' started by Saint_Proverbius, Jul 7, 2003.

  1. Saint_Proverbius Arcane Patron

    Jun 16, 2002
    Behind you.
    Tags: Burut Creative Team; Golden Land

    Nearly every fantasy setting game has it's <i>undead</i>, and <A href="">Golden Land</a> is no exception. In the <A href="">third chapter</a> of our series, written by <b>Dmitry Glaznev</b>, on the nasty critters that make up the setting, we show three of them. Here's the <b>Navia</b>:
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    <blockquote>Navias are evil spirits. They are the people whose body is dead, and soul was lost on its way to Veles. The body of this creature rots, and as far as the brain is the part of the body, navias become completely mad. They are quite weak creatures, but their ability to dazzle their enemies can give you some unpleasant moments. Sometimes some of the senses stay in half-rotten body of navia, and then the crowds of navias gather over this creature, making some kind of colony.</blockquote>
    So, they're like ants, only dead, and humanoid, and mad, and no queen.. Okay, they're nothing like ants.
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