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A thin, tall creature, the jungle troll scampers over the terrain in quick bursts, its long legs and arms seemingly moving in different directions as it shifts course. The jungle troll's dark green, mottled skin displays an oily sheen, and hair is nowhere to be found on its body. The jungle troll's most striking feature, though, is its elongated face. An exaggerated chin extends a foot or more below a thin-lipped mouth, and tall, pointed ears stand up straight atop its head. Its eyes appear stretched, and the silver, slitted pupils could almost be called cat-like if they didn't run horizontally instead of vertically.
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Jungle trolls cause further damage after killing their opponent by removing their head:
A jungle troll places a foot on your shoulder. With that leverage, it reaches down and grabs ahold of your head. Taking a breath and then with a hoarse grunt, the troll back muscles arch as it rips your head off.
The jungle troll lifts your severed head up high and flings it groundward where it smashes into a misshapen mess with a sickening **THUD**!
A sylvankind skull rolls along the ground in a wobbling course before finally coming to rest.
It will also give "head" instead of "skull" messaging:
The last scraggly bits of hair fall off of a dark elf head.
You see a dark elf head, similar to what yours might look like if it was ripped off and stomped on by a large angry beast.
A dark elf head collapses into pieces of bones and dried flesh.
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