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=== Starting Dangers === If you choose to live on a mountain or hill, be careful of [[Harpy|harpies]], which spawn on mountains and other high places. These humanoid birds can pick you up and drop you at deadly heights, so smack them as soon as you can if you fall in their clutches. If you choose to live in a swampy biome (or temperate rainforest) be careful of [[Stymphalian Bird|Stymphalian Birds]], which spawn in low-lying, moist regions. These bronze birds shoot out dagger-like feathers from the air, making them hard to defeat without a bow or long weapon. In addition to these nasty birds, swampier biomes also have lurking underwater threats. Eels, lampreys, pirañas, and [[Frenzy|Frenzies]] can spawn in the water, waiting to chomp down on the unsuspecting traveler. While most of these deal minute damage, Frenzies can easily kill you if unprepared and/or surprised. The beaches are not immune to nasties either: Cyclops home can spawn by the shore, and nearby coastal rocks may spawn with alluring sirens that can drag you to your doom. On rare occasions, giant sea serpents can rise from the depth and decimate anything near the water. As a result, one should be wary of walking along the coastline in search of a better home.
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