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Helmet snakes are creatures who inhabit the first and second what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection layers of the caverns. They spawn individually and slither through the underground, attacking anything smaller than themselves; they continuously grow throughout their entire lives, with the oldest snakes being nearly as heavy as a what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection fully grown dwarf, and they may attempt to take a bite out of what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection one if provoked. Helmet snakes are distinctive for their extremely potent venom, which causes nausea, bruising, bleeding, fever, dizziness, swelling, oozing and even necrosis on those it bites [1]. Without proper protection, a helmet snake can very easily kill a dwarf.

Helmet snakes can be captured in cage traps and trained what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection into pets. They are born adults and can’t be rendered fully tame. A female trained snake can be placed in a nest what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection box, where she’ll lay a large amount of eggs, or either gender can be butchered for a significant amount what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection of returns (note the returns noted to the right represent a fully what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection grown snake, younger ones will yield less). Products made from helmet snake parts are worth twice more what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection than those made from common domestic animals. You may also try and use them for fortress defense what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection – you can very easily cripple a goblin if your snake what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection hits a bite attack, though the invader’s armor and dodging skills may help them shrug it what’s the symptoms of a yeast infection off, in addition to putting your pet in mortal danger.

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