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#034 Mrohl

Mrohls live in enchanted forests where they eat magic berries and hallucinogenic plants. As such, their reactions to adventurers are as predictably intense as their actions are unpredictable. Their droppings are typically made into a hallucinogenic alcohol.

Release Date January 30, 2022
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