Monsters Heroes Bosses Be the Hero Be the Story Game Assets
Contact About
The Setting Sun Church scholars created a classification system to keep their investigators better informed about the dangers the Darkness' minions represent. The Rotten Flesh is the reason why they created the "Grey" class, much more dangerous than the "White" class. These wretched creatures only slightly resemble a humanoid corpse that has been opened up, infused with the power of Darkness, then stitched back together. Parts and limbs from more than one corpse are commonly seen making part of the Rotten Flesh bodies, though it's still a mystery if these creatures were "crafted" this way, or if the extra body parts belonged to the people they cannibalized.

These creatures owe their name not only to the decaying aspect of their swollen pustulent bodies, though also to their putrid smell. Their stench can be carried for miles if the wind is strong enough. If the sight of one of these blasphemies doesn't make your stomach turn, their stench will. The Rotten Flesh can't speak, as most of the Darkness' spawns and were previously thought immortal as they don't seem to feel pain. However, according to different investigators and adventurers, hired by the Setting Sun Church, they can be killed with the help of a strong group, a lot of effort, and luck.
The Setting Sun Church scholars created a classification system to keep their investigators better informed about the dangers the Darkness' minions represent. The Rotten Flesh is the reason why they created the "Grey" class, much more dangerous than the "White" class. These wretched creatures only slightly resemble a humanoid corpse that has been opened up, infused with the power of Darkness, then stitched back together. Parts and limbs from more than one corpse are commonly seen making part of the Rotten Flesh bodies, though it's still a mystery if these creatures were "crafted" this way, or if the extra body parts belonged to the people they cannibalized.

These creatures owe their name not only to the decaying aspect of their swollen pustulent bodies, though also to their putrid smell. Their stench can be carried for miles if the wind is strong enough. If the sight of one of these blasphemies doesn't make your stomach turn, their stench will. The Rotten Flesh can't speak, as most of the Darkness' spawns and were previously thought immortal as they don't seem to feel pain. However, according to different investigators and adventurers, hired by the Setting Sun Church, they can be killed with the help of a strong group, a lot of effort, and luck.