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The once proud and zealous [[Undead Brutes|Brutes of Turrim]], inhabitants of the sacred [[Hallowed Plains of Turrim|Plains of Turrim]], are now cursed husks of metal and flesh.
 
The once proud and zealous [[Undead Brutes|Brutes of Turrim]], inhabitants of the sacred [[Hallowed Plains of Turrim|Plains of Turrim]], are now cursed husks of metal and flesh.
   
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Although somewhat shorter in height than other tribes, they were skilled artisans as well as robust fighters, having crafted their own weapons and armor which they wore with pride and flaunted with grace.
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Although somewhat shorter in height than other tribes, they are skilled artisans as well as robust fighters, having protected their holy lands with fervor ever before the Plebs established themselves in nearby lands.
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Sowed with their own blood, the plains are now hallowed ground, yielding the corpses of fallen warriors who are denied of their eternal rest to protect these lands, reaping any and all who dare to trespass into their tainted grounds.
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Corruption set in as the land was tainted by blood, the gusts of wind still carrying the echoes of betrayal and warfare. It now yields the corpses of fallen warriors, forever denied of their eternal rest, doomed to rise and reap all who dare to trespass into the territory they've failed to protect.
 
   
 
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