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| image = AngryBird.jpg
 
| image = AngryBird.jpg
| latin = Cardinalis iratus
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| type= Weapon
| class = Aves/Bird
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|durability = +30
| habitat = Pig Fortresses
 
 
| description = Angriness has a name. And a bird it seems.}}
 
| description = Angriness has a name. And a bird it seems.}}
The '''Angry Bird''' ''(Cardinalis iratus)'' is a [[monster]] that hates pigs. Or anything resembling them. They travel the globe looking for pigs to destroy but often mistake heroes for their dreaded enemies. But one cannot blame them.
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The '''Angry Bird''' is a living [[weapon]] that hates pigs. Or anything resembling them. They travel the globe looking for pigs to destroy but often mistake heroes for their dreaded enemies. But one cannot blame them.
 
 
== Attributes ==
 
 
 
=== Strengths ===
 
* Can launch out of slingshot at dangerous speed.
 
* Can use many different abilities depending on their color.
 
* Two or more species can cause explosions.
 
* Hard as rock from beating fortressed made from wood to steel, bring a pickaxe as a backup weapon.
 
 
 
=== Weaknesses ===
 
* Hurt themselves badly upon landing from slingshot.
 
* Cannot fly without slingshot.
 
* Mentioning meat, pigs, or the color green will enrage them.
 

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Equipment of Godville
Angry Bird
AngryBird.jpg
Worn 🗡️Weapon
Durability +30
Description Angriness has a name. And a bird it seems.

The Angry Bird is a living weapon that hates pigs. Or anything resembling them. They travel the globe looking for pigs to destroy but often mistake heroes for their dreaded enemies. But one cannot blame them.