Lineage Monster Encyclopedia | Bugbear
#Human type “A bugbear will come to bad kids and eat off their heads first.” A fictional being created in medieval UK to frighten the kids that play until late hours. In Lineage series, they are depicted as a fat human-type monster covering only the most private part.
“A bugbear will come to bad kids and eat off their heads first.”
Bugbears are fictional beings created in medieval UK to frighten the kids that did not go home until late at night to play. They hide and appear once the sun goes down to eat kids up. They were commonly described as hairy bears and large goblins.
Bugbear in popular culture
- ⦁ Game 〈Dungeons & Dragons(D&D)〉 series: The bugbears in 〈D&D〉 series are relatives of goblins and are the tribe that has a strong power and likes to hunt.
Bugbear in Lineage
In Lineage series, bugbears hold a bat in one hand and are depicted as a fat human-type monster covering only the most private part. They look closer to Dokkaebi (Korean Goblin) than to hairy bears as depicted in the western world. On the Ashen Village of 〈Lineage W〉, players may see bugbears tied up to a tree and screaming in an unintelligible language. Once a player turns into a bugbear, they may get access to a hidden quest given from a bugbear.
Bugbear Locations in Lineage
⦁ 〈Lineage Remaster〉: Ruins of Death, Training Dungeon, Gludio Dungeon
⦁ 〈Lineage M〉: Savage Woodlands, Training Dungeon, Gludio Dungeon, Ruins of Death, Windawood Castle Dungeon, Forgotten Island
⦁ 〈Lineage W〉: Ruins of Death, Land of Purification, Gludio Dungeon
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