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Image showing an Aurumvorax, monster in the AD&D game. Source
Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual II, Gary Gygax, 1983. Article
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In the Dungeons and Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the aurumvorax (IPA ərəmˈvɔəræks ...
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