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heroineThe Beerburglar (Homo Heros Vocatus) is a humanoid monster, a subspecies of the Common Heroine. Though there is not much outward distinction between the Common Heroine (Homo Heros) and the Beerburglar, it was granted subspecies status due to large differences present in brain structure and overall nervous system and an extra organ present in the Beerburgler that seems to function as an overflow liver .The common name Beerburgler was coined in the 2000 g.e. Criminal Affairs Public Report issued by the Godville Secret Police where it was noted that along with the Beer Mugger, a close biological relative of the Beerburglar, an estimated 60% of alcohol related robberies and thefts could be traced back to those two monsters.
Appearance and Origin
The Beerburglar bears strong resemblance to its near cousin, the Common Heroine, and can often be mistaken for one by the unwary and careless. It is in fact, a much more dangerous subspecies that is 1.25X more prone to unprovoked violent attack. 
Like the Common Heroine, the Beerburglar often dressed hagardly and on most occasions carries a flask. The differences are One telltale sign distinguishin Beerburglar from Hero are the tufts of hair on the back of the head. Many heroines may suffer from helmet-head at times, but the patterns in the Beerburglar mop are always present and distinctive.
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- Template:Jane or John Smith, Chief Analyst of the Godville Secret Police (2000 g.e.). "Criminal Affairs Public Report". Godville Secret Police