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Nine Inch Snail

Nine Inch Snail

The Nine Inch Snail (Cochlea novem) is a monster of little threat to heroes or heroines. They usually attack the hero from the left side. If the hero is strong at the time of battle, the Nine Inch Snail is not anything to worry about, but if the he's low in strength, try giving him a boost. Overall the Snail is not a danger. Just try to keep your hero's left side defended. Sometimes, one can hear a Nine Inch Snail moments before it strikes. Survivors have reported that the sounds are distinctly that of the Nine Inch Snails' top songs including: "March of the Snails", "Shell like a hole", "The Salivary Duct That Feeds", and "The Perfect Slug".


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