Manitokwa the Thunderboar

Manitokwa the Thunderboar

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Wakanshila servant of Havorn, appears as a massive boar wrapped in lightning, challenging warriors to earn the Scar of the Thunderboar.

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06/06/24

Manitokwa, he embodies a primal force of nature, acting as both a guardian and a challenger. His true nature is dual: he is a protector of the realms and territories under Havorn's domain and a tester of warriors, ensuring that only the most resilient and brave are awarded his sacred powers.

Manitokwa appears during tumultuous storms as a colossal boar wreathed in crackling lightning. The sight of him is both awe-inspiring and terrifying. He issues a roar that sounds like thunder, a call heard by those he deems potential champions. Those who answer his call must face him in a symbolic battle of wills or strength under the stormy skies.

Warriors who succeed in the challenge are marked with the "Mark of the Thunderboar," a glowing sigil that appears somewhere on their body. This mark grants them immunity to lightning damage, symbolizing their victory over the elemental force of thunder. In times of great need, this scar can also channel the energy of the storm to heal their wounds or empower their attacks.

In tales and songs, Manitoukwa is a figure of legend, often seen as an omen of significant change or a guardian of ancient, sacred sites. His appearances are tied to pivotal events in the history of Arda Onata, heralding either great trials or the rise of notable heroes.

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