Nunyunumi Special Attacks
In Cherokee and other Native American mythologies, Nunyunumi was a ravenous giant, said to appear in the guise of an elderly man with skin of solid stone, carrying a cane made of brilliant rocks. Due to his knowledge of medicines, he would be weakened by the sight of menstruating women (his sole weakness) and bound to logs, which were set ablaze. The next morning, after the fire had consumed his body, all that would remain was a large amount of red paint, which was used by hunters to ensure success.
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