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#356 Ashkmagn

There are ten known ashkmagn, and they all reside within the same volcanic cavern, which they are aggressively territorial about. This endangered species is intelligent and capable of complex speech. Although they seem to understand several human languages, there has been only one confirmed instance of an ashkmagn ever speaking to a human who lived to tell the tale.

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