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  1. Jon Bowden. Originally from New Jersey, but proud to call San Francisco home, writer/director/editor, Jon Bowden, has twenty years of filmmaking experience in the Bay maamareveritingselfhughsattcrosriasa.xyzinfo feature film, THE FULL PICTURE, was a “festival crowd pleaser” (Variety) that won the grand prize for best feature at Rhode Island International Film Festival and is distributed by Gravitas Ventures.
  2. A homunculus, plural homunculi, is a type of undead construct so lifelike so as to be undetectable, even by undead-hunting experts such as Lilian Voss. Homunculi speak in coherent thoughts, and their skin is well-preserved. However, when sliced open a green liquid pours out of their bodies. The dreadlords of the Burning Legion started to use them during the third invasion of the Burning Legion.
  3. In combat, the homunculus will land on its chosen victim and bite with its needle-like fangs. In addition to doing points of damage, the creature injects a powerful venom. Anyone bitten by the homunculus must save vs. poison or fall into a comatose sleep for (5d6) minutes. though it can be removed from that region by force. As soon.
  4. The Homunculus is a creature brought to life during the Tower of Life quest. It was created by three alchemists, Effigy, Currency and Transmute, in the Tower of Life. It was in a great deal of pain, begging its creators to let it go, but they refused, making belittling comments and demanding it be quiet. It broke free from its cage, scaring off the alchemists.
  5. Homunculus (masculine, Latin for "little man", plural: "homunculi"; from the diminutive of homo) is a term used, generally, in various fields of study to refer to any representation of a small human maamareveritingselfhughsattcrosriasa.xyzinforized in sixteenth century alchemy and nineteenth century fiction, it has historically referred to the creation of a miniature, fully formed human.
  6. A homunculus is a topographical-organized map of the proportional representation of the contralateral somatosensory or motor neurons on the cortex or passing though a part of the maamareveritingselfhughsattcrosriasa.xyzinfo maps are often comical, as the body parts are disproportionally represented compared to their physical size. There are 3 homunculi of importance.
  7. A homunculus is a tiny servitor construct created by a crafter to serve as a spy, scout, messenger, or assistant. When a crafter first begins to study the art of creating constructs, she often crafts a homunculus first, since the creation process is simple and inexpensive due to a magical shortcut: the use of the creator’s own blood.
  8. A homunculus (UK: / h ɒ ˈ m ʌ ŋ k j ʊ l ə s / hom-UNK-yuul-əs, US: / h oʊ ˈ-/ hohm-, Latin: [hɔˈmʊŋkʊlʊs]; "little person") is a representation of a small human maamareveritingselfhughsattcrosriasa.xyzinforized in sixteenth-century alchemy and nineteenth-century fiction, it has historically referred to the creation of a miniature, fully formed human. The concept has roots in preformationism as well as earlier.

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