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Monster High - First Semester - Tiger Guy
Rakshasa, Tiger Guys from a dimension of pure evil, are the feline masterminds behind many Prime Material crime syndicates / cat cults. For the first time, we invite a guest lecturer to share with the class his anti-Rakshasa stratagems, refined over centuries of desert vigil. Together, we delve deep into the different Tiger Guy bloodlines, reveal One Weird Trick to Instantly Slay a Rakshasa, and expose the terrible ten-headed Tiger Guy god. Help expand the Limitless...
Monster High - First Semester - Brain Dog
Intellect devourers, the malevolent brain dogs, are evil quadrupedal brain-beings that pose an especial threat to anyone foolish enough to have dumped INT. What happens when one teleports inside your skull and drives you around like a Krang suit? Are their repulsive brain-bodies damp and smooth or crusty like coral? And once your brain has been gobbled up, is there any coming back? All these questions find their answers within the Limitless Library! Help expand the Limitless...
Monster High - First Semester - Beak Brain
Grell, aberrant beakbrains from another dimension, are floating monstrosities that exist to gobble things down: adventurers, Bichon-Frises, even one another. We examine their complex societies, the angst of teen Grell, and the madness of rogue bull elephant Grell. Help expand the Limitless Library! http://a.co/3aDXw44 email@example.com
Monster High - First Semester - Big Boy
Ogres: big boys to the medium-sized adventuring races; little boys to the true giants. Are we talking more Brian Froud, or more Shrek? We scientifically compare both the raw power of ogres and their ability to Do the Dew to Prime Material Plane basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal. Later, we stumble upon forbidden storm giant false flag propaganda secrets. Help expand the Limitless Library! http://a.co/3aDXw44 firstname.lastname@example.org
Monster High - First Semester - Shroom Folk
Myconids, the peaceful shroomfolk, can be found anywhere far from the sun, peacefully farming, and occasionally reanimating dead mammals as spore-controlled agri-slaves. We examine their immersive always-on MMO, their potion-based social hierachy, and the precise texture of their disgusting rubbery bodies. Help expand the Limitless Library! http://a.co/3aDXw44 email@example.com