Bloodthirsty Mosquito

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Monsters of Godville
Bloodthirsty Mosquito
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This piece of— *cough*

The Bloodthirsty Mosquito is a mosquito which hungers for blood like every other mosquito. It enjoys waking heroines up with an annoying buzzing sound, and after it wakes them it proceeds to suck their blood dry from it's needle. Like a juice carton, even when the heroine's blood runs out it'll continue sucking trying to get every drop of blood your heroine has. It then leaves behind an insanely itchy bump that will bother the heroine for the next 3 days.

It is best recommended a heroine sleeps fully covered in blankets and to have a bug spray for this piece of—

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