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The '''Mind Boggler''' is a [[monster]]. It is rather ...  a psychological battle more than physical one. Realistically, the Mind Boggler is actually a [[god]]'s punishment for the [[hero]] holding onto their inner demons rather than facing them head on, in pan to pan combat.
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The '''Mind Boggler''' is a [[monster]]. It is rather ...  a psychological battle more than physical one. Realistically, the Mind Boggler is actually a [[god]]'s punishment for the [[hero|{{hero or heroine}}]] holding onto their inner demons rather than facing them head on, in pan to pan combat.
  
The Mind Boggler is very good at confusing the hero, and appearing when least expected or appreciated.
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The Mind Boggler is very good at confusing the {{hero or heroine}}, and appearing when least expected or appreciated.
  
Sometimes Mind Bogglers like to update their well-kept diary. Any hero would be wise to escape its mind-boggling clutch during such time.  
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Sometimes Mind Bogglers like to update their well-kept diary. Any {{hero or heroine}} would be wise to escape its mind-boggling clutch during such time.
  
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Mind Boggler
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Strong Monster
Habitat temporal lobe
Wanted on Day 1574 g.e.
Description Unknown

The Mind Boggler is a monster. It is rather ... a psychological battle more than physical one. Realistically, the Mind Boggler is actually a god's punishment for the hero holding onto their inner demons rather than facing them head on, in pan to pan combat.

The Mind Boggler is very good at confusing the hero, and appearing when least expected or appreciated.

Sometimes Mind Bogglers like to update their well-kept diary. Any hero would be wise to escape its mind-boggling clutch during such time.

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