~WINNER OF NOTHING~
By Sexy Danger Trouble
Random Oni Table Rolls
82- Bird; barrel chested, broad upper body, narrow lower abdomen,
short thick neck.
86- Neanderthal-like with a basic but larger, thicker human skull,
thick eyebrow ridges and square chin, +1 horror factor.
43- Large, wide, flat nose like that of an ape, two times larger than a
73- Normal human eyes.
12- Human mouth and crooked teeth. 1D4 M.D. from bite.
72- Squirrel or rat-like in shape and length, short and spindly with
small articulated hands and fingers. 1D4 M.D.
81- Animal-like; hover or like bear. 6D6 speed attribute.
25- Pair of large horns. 2D6 M.D. from head butts.
45- Light Green
Description: Large, awkward and hairy, Seth was formed when an internet troll was accidentally pulled through the Rifts. As he moved through space and time, his body was transformed into a hideous, yet accurate mockery of himself. He was eventually dumped into the depths of hell, where he completed his transformation into a somewhat fearsome demon. Alone, stranded in another world, Seth found his demonic rest in the darkest regions of a great cavern.
With his tiny arms, he poses little threat in hand to hand combat, but his horns can be deadly if you find yourself caught by a surprise headbutt. Seth is only known to be dangerous to unsuspecting underage girls who wander too close to his cavern, and can be banished with deodorant.The Verdict
Steve: Aw man, dang, this one is just so much fun.
Zack: Technically maybe not near the top, but it definitely captures a certain something. Namely busty babes fighting a giant in a cave.
Steve: Heck yeah. This dude went all out. Look at those lips. You can almost imagine the sensual campfire nights with this party.
Zack: It takes a woman to really understand how to rescue a woman from a cave troll pit.
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