Old Man Murrup
On rare occaisions, Old Lord Murrup will appear before wanderers in the desert and those on whom he wishes to mock with their own doom. Fuming like a mirage, around him all that is life turns to death, above him circles an entourage of vultures. He walks in a heavy wool cloak of rags with a hunched back and walks on a crutch. His skin is hard and thick like the scales, His appearance exemplifies the metaphor of an iguana, sunning itself lays so still as if it had been petrified, thus reenforcing the Muchik cultural association of dying as turning to stone. Lord Murrup is said to exact vengeance on those who rob tombs or abuse the dead.
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