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Added some final touches. Set boss type to dungeon (according to Boss Monster page) and specified a town name. Altered a few details to match the fact that it's a dungeon boss.
| latin = <!-- a Latin-style species name, if known/made-up -->
| class = Undead
| habitat = Caves/Grave Underground burial sites
| boss = yes <!-- Set to 'yes' if this is a boss-monster, and possibly fill in... -->
| boss-type = dungeon <!-- One of: above, dig, quest, 1ab, 2ab, 3ab. See Template:Monster for details. -->
| pet = <!-- Set to 'yes' if this is a tameable monster, and possibly fill in... -->
| levels = <!-- Hero levels at which the pet can be tamed -->
== History ==
The first recorded sighting of a Boozerker was reported when a couple of heroes went on a drunken adventure just outside of [Town name here[Monsterdam]]. Fresh from the bar and thouroghly smashed, they stumbled upon, and around, a grave site at night. The overwhelming sent of alcohol in the area awoke an unnamed ancient warrior who had apperently been buried there many many years prior. With an unearthly wail, she screamed, '' "BOOOOOOOOOZE!" '' and rose from the ground, startling the unlucky heroes.
None of the heroes survived the encounter, but they were resurrected shortly after rescued by their deitesthe dungeon janitors and rushed to Monsterdam healers. All The retellings of their stories encounter varried in some regards (most likely due to their drunken stupor), but a few details were clear: it was powerful, it seemed to be undead, they didn't recognize the monster, and the aparition appeared to be female. They dubbed her as a "Boozerker" due to her initial battlecry and combat style.
After these initial reports, several more came from other sourcesadventures. The These reports were strikingly similar to the first, however they were most definitely of different Boozerkers, since male versions were also reported. EventuallyNo heroes had managed to slay one, that is until a group of heroes , with heavy guidance and aid from their deities, managed to successfully vanquish one of these spectral warriorsdo just that. Unfortunatly, any eager scholars wanting to confirm or deny the existance of the newfound monster were unable to examine a body, due to it having been a risen spirit and not a corpse.
== Characteristics ==
The general belief among scholars is that Boozerkers are risen spirits of dead warriors that had a love of beer in life. They can be any manner of fighter, male or female, as long as they were also quite the heavy drinker. The method of summoning this monster is to have an excessive amount of alcohol in close proximity to the grave of these fallen warriors. It is at which point they rise, yell the word, "booze", and attack whomever smells of beer.
Other possible theories or characteristics of Boozerkers, scrapped together from eyewitnesses, includeare as follows:*There's a common belief that a fallen [[Beerserker]] can rise to become a Boozerker. The main reasoning behind this is mostly due to their similar name.* One eyewitness report stated that the Boozerker will drink the highly alcoholic blood of the heroes it fights.* They do not appear to be fans of alcoholic eggnog, of all things.
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You might organize some information into lists:* How The more alcohol the adventures carry, the stronger it becomes. Make sure to recognize this monster* Tips for battling this monster* Other distinguishing features Whatever you think will be interesting and helpful send your hero out to other gods, thata dungeon ''before''s what you should include in your articlethey head to the tavern for minimal alcohol contentAn Attributes section * Their "booze-lust" can never be a good way to wrap up a monster articlequenched, only momentarily saited. It usually has two subsections: a list Use gifts of Strengths, then beer to distract them and make a list of Weaknessesquick getaway== Attributes == === Strengths ===* Strength* Strength* Strength === Weaknesses ===* Weakness* Weakness* Weakness-->Any attempts to calm and interview Boozerkers have failed. Please, do not try this with your hero.
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