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Rock tangler/stropper...(RPG game play piece)...

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This is a rock tangler or rock stropper creature that the adventure group can encounter in the wilderness. It is very dangerous because it has (6 attack dice = 1 for each tentacle...hits on (4-5-6 of 1D6) and does 2HP damage with each hit...On the left is what it looks like before it is encountered (a pile of rocks)...each table top game board has (6) such rock pile formations on it...any one of them could be the creature...or none may be the creature...but these rock piles have to be searched to see if there is any money pouch or treasure bag hidden in them...This is an old metal miniature piece and a great deal of fun to play with.

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