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==Bear arms==
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==Bottle of demonade==
<div style="float:right;margin-left:0.5em;">[[File:bear arms.jpeg|frameless|upright=0.5|link=Bear arms]]</div>
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<div style="float:right;margin-left:0.5em;">[[File:Lemonade.jpeg|frameless|upright=0.5|link=Bottle of demonade]]</div>
While '''bear arms''' do not literally give the wearer the strength of a bear, they do improve the wearers combat skills in two ways.
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Hell hath no fury, nor visitors. For obvious reasons this subterranean dimension is not the first choice for tourists. But every once in a while some reckless human decides to pay a visit to the underworld; sometimes they bring swords, jewelry, capes... Loress Dram brought a sack of lemons. Yes, really.
  
First, the arms do include a nasty set of bear claws, which increase damage for each attack.
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When a bunch of devils ambushed him, they saw dozens of lemons pour from his huge sack. The lemons were left there to rot by the demons. But life always finds a way and these lemons evolved to survive in hell, their juice sweet as honey but their thorns the size of a claymore (they became arbusts). This fruit was useless to devils, but appreciated by humans in the form of lemonade.  
The second combat advantage is that wearing the arms will make the {{hero or heroine}} feel larger and tougher than {{he or she}} really is, due to being made to feel like a bear.
 
  
Frequently, the {{hero or heroine}} will growl and snarl in an ursine manner. Spurred on by the feeling of having tapped into the power of the bear, the ferocity of {{his or her}} attacks increases, and causes fear (or derisive laughter) in the opponent.
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Thus '''demonade''' was invented. Small weak demons banded together to start brewing exotic evil lemonade to be sold on the surface.
  
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Revision as of 20:48, 1 April 2020

Bottle of demonade

Lemonade.jpeg

Hell hath no fury, nor visitors. For obvious reasons this subterranean dimension is not the first choice for tourists. But every once in a while some reckless human decides to pay a visit to the underworld; sometimes they bring swords, jewelry, capes... Loress Dram brought a sack of lemons. Yes, really.

When a bunch of devils ambushed him, they saw dozens of lemons pour from his huge sack. The lemons were left there to rot by the demons. But life always finds a way and these lemons evolved to survive in hell, their juice sweet as honey but their thorns the size of a claymore (they became arbusts). This fruit was useless to devils, but appreciated by humans in the form of lemonade.

Thus demonade was invented. Small weak demons banded together to start brewing exotic evil lemonade to be sold on the surface.

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This is the featured article of the week. Intended only to show an introduction to the article, the following format should be used:

==Article title==
<div style="float:right;margin-left:0.5em;">
[[File:name of image file|frameless|upright=0.4|link=name of the article]]
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