Wode Worm of Linton
- Mythical Number: #3583
- Culture: Medieval
- Behaviour: Deadly
A hideous colossal worm-like creature from English folklore that rampaged through the country side of the north of England. It was eventually killed by a hero that shoved a flaming block of peat down its throat when the beast’s mouth was open. Since peat is extremely difficult to extinguish, the Worm perished.
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