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Dwarfscalp

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Gurembar stared at the the arrogant pointy-eared fiend, wearing the skin of his brethren. When it spoke, he heard what it said clearly, but his mind reeled from the shock of it. He mouth dropped open, his pupils grew in horror, and then he never formed a rational thought ever again.

The Dwarfscalp

This gruesome cap is a horror to behold, triple so for a dwarf. It is quite literally the upper head flesh of a dwarf. Cut from the base of the neck and removed from the skull over the top and down to just under the nose, this terrible item is a great boon to those whose hatred for dwarves goes above and beyond typical cases.

The Horrible History
The Elves have a dark past. They are still lithe, yet strong. Majestic, and arrogant. But in the days before humans, they ruled the world, and they thought they should each be revered as a god in their own right. They used the stocky and expendable Dwarves for slave labor. They have since been freed, but there is still a rift between dwarf and elf.

The Effects on Dwarves and others
It was once harvested and prepared using rituals and components that make the final creation seem tame. This, thankfully long-lost, "helm" has the power to leave even the most stalwart dwarf paralyzed with fear. The sight is so horrific that it usually leaves dwarves standing in place, tearing at their beards, and muttering about how their faith in their Gods has been misplaced.

To activate, you must look a dwarf in the eyes and call them by their



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Murometz
November 18, 2008, 16:00
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ooh! Gruesome! likey.

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