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The '''Vertigoat''' is a [[boss-monster]].
 
The '''Vertigoat''' is a [[boss-monster]].

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Boss-Monsters of Godville
Vertigoat
Vertigoat.jpg
Class Mammal
Habitat Gentle slopes
Description More dangerous than it appears
Boss
Boss Type Underground

The Vertigoat is a boss-monster.

General Information

The Vertigoat is a deadly vicious creature, prone to attack any hero who stumbles upon its den. With its horny horns and giant hoofed...hooves, it is able to devastate squads of heroes in a few fell swoops. The Vertigoat has only one weakness... it is deathly afraid of heights. It is so scared even tall heroes can make it quake in its boots. The Vertigoat is known to find underground caves, and making its home in the side of very very small mountains (you might know them as hills), and will attack anything on sight. Although it is extremely dangerous, its quite comical that the Vertigoat can be deterred by nothing more than a 5 foot hero or even the 4 foot hero with a five o'clock shadow. Vertigoats are known to faint in a failed defense mechanism which makes them appear dead, only to die of fright once the hero approaches them to check for vital signs.

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