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The '''Beerburglar''' (''Homo Vocatus'') is a [[monster]] often found lurking outside of towns and settlements, wanted in connection to a variety of thefts involving separating {{heroes or heroines}} from their hard earned booze. <ref name="booze."> [[Godville]] Secreg Police (2000 g.e.) "Criminal offences committed during the 1900 g.e. - 2000 g.e. period" [[Godville]] City Council Millenium Report</ref>
== Appearence and Origin ==
The Beerburglar bears strong ressemblance to its near cousin, the [[heroheroes|Common {{Hero or 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. <ref name="Attack">[[Mad Scientist]] (1345 g.e.). '' The Common Hero and Subsets Thereof''. Society for the protection of the [[Monster]] </ref>
Like the Common {{Hero or Heroine}}, the Beerburglar is often dressed hagardly and on most occasions carries a flask. The differences are slight and need a careful eye to be spotted.
 Like the Common {{Hero or Heroine}}, the Beerburglar often dressed hagardly and on most occasions carries a flask. The differences areOne telltale sign distinguishing distinguishin Beerburglar from Hero are the tufts of hair on the back of the head. Many {{heroes or heroines}} may suffer from helmet-head at times, but the patterns in the Beerburglar mop are always present and distinctive.
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