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The '''Drinkerella''' (''Regina ebrius'') is a humanoid [[monster]] that wanders the outskirts of the castles they live in, having snuck past the castle guards after a night of heavy drinking.
  
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[[Image:drunkprincesses.jpg|250px|thumb|left|A group of four Drinkerellas gathered at a tavern]]
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There are several ways a Drinkerella can be brought into existence, but the most common origin is as follows: a young woman hastily marries into nobility, and after some time passes<ref>The exact amount of time varies by individual specimen, but is typically within a few months of marriage.</ref>, the woman becomes bored and unhappy with her new husband and life as royalty, and is inflicted with a condition known as 'alcoholism'<ref>''Alcoholism'' is clinically defined as 'an addiction to the consumption of alcoholic liquor or the mental illness and compulsive behavior resulting from alcohol dependency'.</ref>. Over time, her alcoholism will fester and grow to the point she can't control herself and her actions, and will regularly become heavily intoxicated, which causes her to leave the castle to seek out strangers with belligerent intent.
 
 
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Monsters of Godville
Drinkerella
Regina ebrius
drinkerella.jpg
Class Humanoid
Habitat Near castles
Description Drunken female, usually in a nice dress and possibly a tiara

The Drinkerella (Regina ebrius) is a humanoid monster that wanders the outskirts of the castles they live in, having snuck past the castle guards after a night of heavy drinking.

Origin

A group of four Drinkerellas gathered at a tavern

There are several ways a Drinkerella can be brought into existence, but the most common origin is as follows: a young woman hastily marries into nobility, and after some time passes[1], the woman becomes bored and unhappy with her new husband and life as royalty, and is inflicted with a condition known as 'alcoholism'[2]. Over time, her alcoholism will fester and grow to the point she can't control herself and her actions, and will regularly become heavily intoxicated, which causes her to leave the castle to seek out strangers with belligerent intent.

Attributes

Strengths

  • Strength
  • Strength
  • Strength

Weaknesses

  • Weakness
  • Weakness
  • Weakness

Footnotes

  1. The exact amount of time varies by individual specimen, but is typically within a few months of marriage.
  2. Alcoholism is clinically defined as 'an addiction to the consumption of alcoholic liquor or the mental illness and compulsive behavior resulting from alcohol dependency'.
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