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As you approach elderhood, your choices become tougher. Do you encourage other monsters to understand and study their arch-enemies, the humans (requires Kindness)? Or do you use your cunning to lull the humans into a false sense of ease while gearing up for a slaughter (requires Cleverness)? 14 endings mean that there's a satisfying story both for players who like to rescue little children and for those who would eat them alive.
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