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The '''Question Marksman''' is a dangerous [[monster]] fond of rhetorical questions and long range archery. It used to be a simple man, who loved archery, his life was the twang of a bowstring. But one day he met a hero, some say it was the first hero, who challenged him to a duel.  
 
The '''Question Marksman''' is a dangerous [[monster]] fond of rhetorical questions and long range archery. It used to be a simple man, who loved archery, his life was the twang of a bowstring. But one day he met a hero, some say it was the first hero, who challenged him to a duel.  
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It is difficult to vanquish.
 
It is difficult to vanquish.
 
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Question Marksman
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The Question Marksman is a dangerous monster fond of rhetorical questions and long range archery. It used to be a simple man, who loved archery, his life was the twang of a bowstring. But one day he met a hero, some say it was the first hero, who challenged him to a duel.

They went off to the arena to fight out this epic battle when the marksman thought why he was doing this. He turned to the hero and asked why, when the hero responded with "why not?" The marksman lost control of himself. Never before had he been so confused, not knowing the answer, he quickly shot an arrow into the hero's back, and ran off into the woods. Where he practices shooting heroes first, and confounding them with unanswerable questions second.

It is difficult to vanquish.