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Swampfolk are mutated humans that wander the backwoods of Point Lookout. Along with the ambient radiation of the region, inbreeding has contributed to their noticeable deformities. Left in isolation in these backwater parts, swampfolk look, walk, talk, and act like stereotypical yokels. These hicks are very territorial and are hostile to anyone who is not native to Point Lookout. They have a rudimentary and occult belief system, and mark their territory (which is everywhere north and west of Point Lookout Township) with fetishes: straw dolls hanging from trees and bone totems. They typically protect this territory with whatever weapons they have available, be it axes, baseball bats or conventional firearms, like lever-action rifles and double-barrel shotguns.
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