The Gol-Ghost

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Désirée Dippenaar

These friendly beings (*cough*) are from a story I started three years ago and haven't yet finished... They live in caves and feed off rotten things you would prefer not to know about.Of all the hundreds of ghost species, the most feared and deadly are the Gol-Ghosts of Baraine. These red-cloaked fellows are almost impossible to kill without magic. So far, the only known ways to kill a gol-ghost without magic are taking off its gloves, cleaning its sword or stabbing it with its own weapon. Problem is, all except the last result in a huge explosion. At least gol-ghosts can be seen, unlike some other less dangerous ghost types.I first drew and coloured this by hand on 17. June 2006, then used the watercolour effect of  Microsoft Photo Editor because the scanner decided to misbehave... Some detail was lost, sadly, but if I have time I might scan the original picture to show that. ^^


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