I'll have to second the nomination for Thrull Champion.. he is, after all, a Champion.
<Blush>Oversoul said:It was a typo. No need to growl about it.
And I hadn't known that they were lizardmen in D&D. They are actually cavemen (also Pan troglodytes is the species name of the common chimpanzee).
But that still doesn't explain them being a candidate for BigBlue's favorite insect...
LOL. I thought that was what you meant at first, too. But when I went on google to get an image of a trilobite, all the troglodyte stuff came up, so I just assumed that was what you meant. In retrospect, "well, maybe if Troglodytes were around in my lifetime..." doesn't really make much sense at all.BigBlue said:
I actually thought you might have meant trilobites, but I wasn't sure enough to say, "Hey, don't you mean trilobites." So I just figured I'd make you explain for yourself and see if I was right--I am a bad person.BigBlue said:
Well, I don't know about that. After all, the Devourer gets his own counters while the Bloom depends on a creature in play...DarthFerret said:What Spiderman must realize, is that without a Fungal Bloom, your Thallid Devourer is nothing more than a topping on a pizza!