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Troll.. But not that kind of troll.


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gasp... "nice job"..

 

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He does look ... Erm, plague-ridden.

 

This begs the question: how can a creature that magically regenerates be infected for a long enough period of time for pustules to form?

I guess it is infected with a magical disease....

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EEKKKKK !

and

Barf !

gasp... "nice job"..

+1

He does look ... Erm, plague-ridden.

 

This begs the question: how can a creature that magically regenerates be infected for a long enough period of time for pustules to form?

I guess it is infected with a magical disease....
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Nice work! He is, indeed, gross.

 

 

 

 

EEKKKKK !

and

Barf !

gasp... "nice job"..

+1

He does look ... Erm, plague-ridden.

 

This begs the question: how can a creature that magically regenerates be infected for a long enough period of time for pustules to form?

I guess it is infected with a magical disease....
Yikes!
I've always thought of D&D trolls (not so much the European folkloric trolls) as somewhat cancerous...they regen because they are always mutating/growing. You don't notice most of the time because they've reached critical mass, but I imagine bits of discarded trollflesh sloughing off all the time, being replaced by new anatomy. Trolls are gross.
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