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I think many of these weird creatures could be explained by the phrase: "A wizard did it." From the look of that realistic eye, I think that in this case a wizard did it to some poor human...


Wizards and Druids tend to do the strangest, unmotivated things sometimes.


Reminds me of a Pathfinder game we played.  We decided to create our own setting in which the Pathfinder rules set represented actual physics.  So the people noticed that they leveled up when they killed things, that scrolls of food and water were more efficient than farms, ranches or hunting, and that death is the least permanent thing you could do to someone.  They had portals instead of public roads, licenses to kill monsters, immortal undead rulers and shops that catered specifically to people who teleported in and out mid-combat so that they could have a scroll with the right spell.


One of the crazier things they ran across was a shark that had been awakened and turned into a lich (for an amusement park).  It had escaped and was very angry- but awakened enough to realized that its desires to do evil weren't necessarily his own, but rather part of the evil nature given over to all undead.

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