Nightcrawler the Wild Boar

Nightcrawler is one of Oracles Game’s Hologram Mystic Creature

Sima

“Tusks as sharp as scimitars, a shriek that chills the blood, a black hide so thick that our spears and arrows prevailed not. It was like trying to kill the night itself. To our shame, the moment we saw those baleful red eyes, we dropped our weapons and fled.” — Tavin Redmoon, Ranger
Nightcrawler the Wild Boar Playing Card - Oracles Game Hybrid Augmented Reality Board Game

Origin

The devil boar that the Partan folk now fear as Nightcrawler was once normal as any boar roaming the woods. It was only when, driven from its woodland home by the devastation wrought by a resource-hungry Empire, the boar wandered the land until it found its way to the Dark Forest.

Here it grew fat on corrupted berries, drank from corrupted rivers, rested beneath corrupted trees. The miasma it absorbed in its body transformed it into something otherworldly and evil.

 

The boar nearly doubled in its size. It sharpened its tusks to daggers, thickened its black hide as to make it impenetrable by ordinary weapons. The miasma also gifted it with a malignant intellect. It lost all fear of hunters; it remembers only the home that humans had taken away.

Henceforth, Nightcrawler gained notoriety as a vicious creature that attacked on sight. It chased down anything that seemed a potential threat and would not give up until it had run down and gored its prey to death.

Many hunting parties have attempted to bring down Nightcrawler, and all have failed. The boar was simply too powerful, as evidenced by the massive trees it had knocked down with its deadly charge. Even King Vortigern, known as the greatest hunter in history, did not prevail against Nightcrawler, dying when the boar gored him through his heavy armor.

Nightcrawler now waits in the heart of the Dark Forest for any adventurer who dares try to cross. One can identify the boar not just from its immense size and bristling black fur, but also from the white scar on its chest, where King Vortigern dealt his final blow with his sword.

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Nightcrawler the Wild Boar

Nightcrawler is one of Oracles Game’s Hologram Mystic Creature

Sima

“Tusks as sharp as scimitars, a shriek that chills the blood, a black hide so thick that our spears and arrows prevailed not. It was like trying to kill the night itself. To our shame, the moment we saw those baleful red eyes, we dropped our weapons and fled.” — Tavin Redmoon, Ranger
Nightcrawler the Wild Boar Playing Card - Oracles Game Hybrid Augmented Reality Board Game

Origin

The devil boar that the Partan folk now fear as Nightcrawler was once normal as any boar roaming the woods. It was only when, driven from its woodland home by the devastation wrought by a resource-hungry Empire, the boar wandered the land until it found its way to the Dark Forest.

Here it grew fat on corrupted berries, drank from corrupted rivers, rested beneath corrupted trees. The miasma it absorbed in its body transformed it into something otherworldly and evil.

 

The boar nearly doubled in its size. It sharpened its tusks to daggers, thickened its black hide as to make it impenetrable by ordinary weapons. The miasma also gifted it with a malignant intellect. It lost all fear of hunters; it remembers only the home that humans had taken away.

Henceforth, Nightcrawler gained notoriety as a vicious creature that attacked on sight. It chased down anything that seemed a potential threat and would not give up until it had run down and gored its prey to death.

Many hunting parties have attempted to bring down Nightcrawler, and all have failed. The boar was simply too powerful, as evidenced by the massive trees it had knocked down with its deadly charge. Even King Vortigern, known as the greatest hunter in history, did not prevail against Nightcrawler, dying when the boar gored him through his heavy armor.

Nightcrawler now waits in the heart of the Dark Forest for any adventurer who dares try to cross. One can identify the boar not just from its immense size and bristling black fur, but also from the white scar on its chest, where King Vortigern dealt his final blow with his sword.

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Nightcrawler the Wild Boar

Nightcrawler is one of Oracles Game’s Hologram Mystic Creature

Sima

“Tusks as sharp as scimitars, a shriek that chills the blood, a black hide so thick that our spears and arrows prevailed not. It was like trying to kill the night itself. To our shame, the moment we saw those baleful red eyes, we dropped our weapons and fled.” — Tavin Redmoon, Ranger
Nightcrawler the Wild Boar Playing Card - Oracles Game Hybrid Augmented Reality Board Game

Origin

The devil boar that the Partan folk now fear as Nightcrawler was once normal as any boar roaming the woods. It was only when, driven from its woodland home by the devastation wrought by a resource-hungry Empire, the boar wandered the land until it found its way to the Dark Forest.

Here it grew fat on corrupted berries, drank from corrupted rivers, rested beneath corrupted trees. The miasma it absorbed in its body transformed it into something otherworldly and evil.

 

The boar nearly doubled in its size. It sharpened its tusks to daggers, thickened its black hide as to make it impenetrable by ordinary weapons. The miasma also gifted it with a malignant intellect. It lost all fear of hunters; it remembers only the home that humans had taken away.

Henceforth, Nightcrawler gained notoriety as a vicious creature that attacked on sight. It chased down anything that seemed a potential threat and would not give up until it had run down and gored its prey to death.

Many hunting parties have attempted to bring down Nightcrawler, and all have failed. The boar was simply too powerful, as evidenced by the massive trees it had knocked down with its deadly charge. Even King Vortigern, known as the greatest hunter in history, did not prevail against Nightcrawler, dying when the boar gored him through his heavy armor.

Nightcrawler now waits in the heart of the Dark Forest for any adventurer who dares try to cross. One can identify the boar not just from its immense size and bristling black fur, but also from the white scar on its chest, where King Vortigern dealt his final blow with his sword.

Go back to Game Elements

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