NO. APPEARING: 5-30
ARMOR CLASS: 7
HIT DICE: 3
% IN LAIR: 100%
TREASURE TYPE: Nil ,
NO. OF ATTACKS: 1 ~ 16
SPECIAL ATTACKS. Nil
SPECIAL DEFENSES: Regeneration, spell immunity (charm, sleep, etc.) <mind-affecting, with link to list?>
ALIGNMENT: Lawful evil
LEVEL/X.P. VALUE: III | 65 + 3
The lemures are the form which the dead whom inhabit
put in. These vaguely human blobs are then tormented by devils. Their
minds are quite gone, and they will attack anything non-devilish which
they see. Lemures regenerote at a rate of 1 HP per melee round, so
they are not usually destroyed by the wounds inflicted on them by their
environment or by the devils filling it. These wretched things can be
destroyed permanently only by blessed things (holy water, holy swords,
etc.). They are not subject to any form of sleep, charm, or the like.
After being in Hell for a time certain lemures will be chosen to form wraiths or spectres (qqv).
Your experience is certainly with bad editors.
I have had both sorts.
But never one good enough
to catch egregious misspellings of common words like "dero", "dinichthys",
"doppelganger", "erinnyes", "lemur", "tarasque", and "Tartarus"?
You are a bore.
Did it ever occur to you that some words are not as others have spelled them so as to make the attached monster information unique?
That aside, I was speaking
primarily of fiction editors.
Have you ever written any fiction that was published?