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An ancient and peculiar place that has a curse as strange as can be. Any and all creatures that enter the hollow no longer require sleep. While some people would find this not to be very much trouble, it has implications that are initially unexpected. Due to the curse all monsters and predators in the hollow are always on the guard, since there is no resting time they have to hunt almost constantly. However, despite the danger, many monks, priests, and the occasional religious Hero will stop by to enter a state of constant meditation for days on end, only leaving when killed or attacked several times.
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An ancient and peculiar place that has a curse as strange as can be. Any and all creatures that enter the hollow no longer require sleep. While some people would find this not to be very much trouble, it has implications that are initially unexpected. Due to the curse all monsters and predators in the hollow are always on the guard, since there is no resting time they are hunting almost constantly. However, despite the danger, many monks, priests, and the occasional religious Hero will stop by to enter a state of constant meditation for days on end, only leaving when killed or attacked several times.

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An ancient and peculiar place that has a curse as strange as can be. Any and all creatures that enter the hollow no longer require sleep. While some people would find this not to be very much trouble, it has implications that are initially unexpected. Due to the curse all monsters and predators in the hollow are always on the guard, since there is no resting time they are hunting almost constantly. However, despite the danger, many monks, priests, and the occasional religious Hero will stop by to enter a state of constant meditation for days on end, only leaving when killed or attacked several times.