Mung

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|name= Mung
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==Information==
Mung is a [[hobgobwin]] in the service of [[Stanley the Tool]].
Mung is a [[hobgobwin]] in the service of [[Stanley the Tool]].
He is assumed to have been croaked in the eruption at [[Gobwin Knob]] as only a few Uncroaked and Rock Golems survived the blast.
He is assumed to have been croaked in the eruption at [[Gobwin Knob]] as only a few Uncroaked and Rock Golems survived the blast.
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==Information==
 
===Plot===
===Plot===
Mung and [[Bogroll]] were assigned to guard the door to the cell where [[Jillian Zamussels]] was being held captive. After [[Wanda Firebaugh|Wanda]] arrived to interrogate the prisoner, Bogroll was promoted to lackey in attendance on Chief Warlord [[Parson Gotti]], and Mung was left at the guard post with instructions to secure the door against outside intrusion.
Mung and [[Bogroll]] were assigned to guard the door to the cell where [[Jillian Zamussels]] was being held captive. After [[Wanda Firebaugh|Wanda]] arrived to interrogate the prisoner, Bogroll was promoted to lackey in attendance on Chief Warlord [[Parson Gotti]], and Mung was left at the guard post with instructions to secure the door against outside intrusion.

Revision as of 18:36, 30 April 2009

Mung
Race: Hobgobwin
Faction: Gobwin Knob
Move: 0 (Garrison)

Information

Mung is a hobgobwin in the service of Stanley the Tool.

He is assumed to have been croaked in the eruption at Gobwin Knob as only a few Uncroaked and Rock Golems survived the blast.

Plot

Mung and Bogroll were assigned to guard the door to the cell where Jillian Zamussels was being held captive. After Wanda arrived to interrogate the prisoner, Bogroll was promoted to lackey in attendance on Chief Warlord Parson Gotti, and Mung was left at the guard post with instructions to secure the door against outside intrusion.

Name

"Mung" is a computer jargon verb meaning "to make repeated changes which individually may be reversible, yet which ultimately result in an unintentional, irreversible destruction of large portions of the original item".

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